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Flute and backup vocals! That was my dream job in the Seventies. (Minus the harmonica and high kicks, lol, not interested in that.) Who knew that it would actually become available someday? Glad Norda could step in so wonderfully.LeAnne
This is a good question. Well, since I never listened to my mother when I was young when she insisted that I go for piano lessons, I never tapped the musical talent that lays latent within. So, I would grab Ray's old tambourine and sing backup as well. If that flopped, I'd just get lost in the fog up there and look important.
MoodyJill wrote:If you were performing on stage with the Moody Blues, what would your role be? Would you play an instrument? If so, which instrument(s)? Would you do any vocals? What other contributions might you make?
MoodyJill wrote:I nominate Jackie to join the band onstage, playing her ukulele!
Hmm. Nights in White Satin on a ukulele. Here's an example of that and it's not as bad as you might assume:
Thank you Jill for the nomination! Still, it would just be tambourine for me because I wouldn't want to change a thing about their sound!
robertk wrote:I'd pick up a guitar and either start playing "Hole in the World," "Magic," or "Slings and Arrows" - cause God knows there's no other way to motivate the band to ever play on of those two tunes :)
earthgirl wrote:I would be a singer if I could stop hugging Justin long enough...
bluelover73 wrote:earthgirl wrote:I would be a singer if I could stop hugging Justin long enough...LOVE IT EARTHGIRL!
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