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Covers you’d love to hear Aynsley do

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Greenose - 18 March 2010 11:48 PM
Tallblonde - 18 March 2010 11:02 PM

personally i would love to hear “Aint no sunshine - Bill Withers”

He’s done it! smile Have a listen to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6eNN2e0i_E smile

Don’t think he’s done Dance Away though!!!

     
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Tallblonde - 18 March 2010 11:02 PM

personally i would love to hear “Aint no sunshine - Bill Withers” or “Dance away - Roxy Music” xx

Hi Dawn

Hopefully you’ve had a chance to look at the youtube link of this now.
If you keep your eyes on the gigs page you will notice that Aynsley throws in the occasional solo gig - just him and his guitar(s). “Sunshine” usually features at these gigs - I’ve only been to one, but it was great - very different to the band gigs, but well worth catching if you get the chance.

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Such a long thread, so don’t know if anyone’s already mentioned this, but here goes -
Snow Patrol’s Run.
I’ve seen Skynyrd mentioned a couple of times so how about “I know a little…“not sure if it’s already a cover.
Also, there’s a Deep Purple rarity I’ve always liked that surfaces now and again that could do with polishing up, “Painted Horse”. Sits well on slide guitar, but who’d you suggest for harmonica?

     

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It’s probably just me, but I’d love to hear Aynsley tackle Andy Roachford’s “Cuddly Toy”.

” ... gotta feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel for me baby .........”

Just a thought.

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Curby - 14 April 2010 11:22 AM
Lyvergal - 19 March 2010 10:43 PM
Curby - 19 March 2010 12:47 PM

Yeah, that vid was taken by our absent sister Britbabe.  I sorely miss her here.

Yeah, what’s up with Britbabe anyway? I still see her logging on, but she never posts anymore. I thought she was Aynsley’s biggest fan ever! smile

Didn’t see this till now…

Nothing’s wrong with Britbabe she’s just has other interests these days.  I can’t speak for her, but I think it’s evident that she’s no longer Aynsley’s number one fan.  And maybe she doesn’t post here anymore because there isn’t much worth commenting on.  Many prominent members have withdrawn participation on the forum for their own reasons.  I miss her greatly because the woman was a fountain of knowledge (that didn’t come from a google search) on all things Aynsley and music in general.  I’d give twenty Curbys and 1,000 club members for one Britbabe.  How’s that for an answer Lyvergal?

I’d certainly echo Curby’s comments. All artists need fans like Britbabe. I don’t have any great insight either, other than when I spoke to her in December, she had suggested some kind of frustration with Aynsley. The conversation moved on and I did not feel I should ask her to elaborate. It may be related to that, or not. I do know she’s been to see the band since as she did so on the It Bites tour, so she’s clearly still a fan of his music. It is a shame she no longer posts here, however we should repect that choice. Other forum members have come and gone, but none with the same commitment. Each would certainly be welcome back here any time, as of course would some new members who could provide the level of enthusiasm that’s been sadly missed at times.
PS Nice cover suggestions guys! smile

     
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How about a really great old guitar track like The Allman Bothers Whipping Post.

     
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i say, do a stevie ray vaughan track, such as texas flood, or things that i used to do. That would be nice to hear.

     
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Showbiz Blues
As a tribute to some legends: Peter Green, Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dagtq4cFn3k&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5rFxYmDC5I&feature=related

Aynsley should do the playing, especially the slide part, and invite Ian Siegal to do the singing.

     
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Ligho - 07 March 2011 12:18 PM

Showbiz Blues
As a tribute to some legends: Peter Green, Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dagtq4cFn3k&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5rFxYmDC5I&feature=related

Aynsley should do the playing, especially the slide part, and invite Ian Siegal to do the singing.

LOL

I picked this one up from your earlier post about the awards!!!

Made me chuckle!!!

BB

     
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Been a while since we were here…

There’s a song from an Ian Gillan solo album, Dreamcatcher, been bugging me for a while, would be a good one for Aynsley to have a crack at, Sugar Plum. Don’t let the title put you off, some nice guitar licks and not one of Ian G’s screamers.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRXwlCoRBNI

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Cough! Cough!...... mmmm Musty….....

Came across this last night, and it’s where the devil to post it. Maybe in the Off Topics YouTube, where it would be lost. In the Happy Birthday Aynsley as a dedication since its the same vintage, but maybe Aynsley wants to keep his birthday low-key. But then, looking at who’s playing on here, and the arrangement in particular, maybe the sort of track we’d like to hear Aynsley cover, someday…..

Don’t Believe A Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9xyWxXyOOg
(Featuring Gary “broken string” Moore; Phil Lynott; Cozy Powell; Scott Gorham & Don Airey)

     

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Many moons ago when Ayns played at Mickleton Blues Club (supported by Paul Liddell, my first of 50+ gigs with him ) Ayns came on stage by himself and acoustically played ‘Leaving on a Jet Plane. Dont know if that as just a one off but very well crafted.