Well here is number four and five is on the drawing board - the list of titles left never seems to shorten and I am never devoid of ideas or suggestions.
Again I have attempted to include a blend of easy and more advanced tunes that span across the Shadows history and, as a slight diversion, have also included the Jet Harris and Tony Meehan track "Scarlet O'Hara", plus a Fentones track from the early sixties called "The Mexican". These two titles are probably the most heavily requested that I have yet recorded.
This time I have been joined by Alan Jones, the Shadows longest-serving bass player, who has played the bass parts for "Temptation" (80's version), "Equinox Part V" and "No Dancing". Alan's bass playing skills are phenomenal and it was a real privilege to have him record a contribution to this CD.
Thanks again go to Dave Prickett for his excellent keyboard reproduction of the string and orchestral parts on this CD, and of course to Danny White for the vocal "I Love You".
As before with the vocal track I have included a full demonstration mix followed by two mixes, one including lead vocal but omitting lead guitar and one omitting both lead guitar and vocal.
As a bonus I have included two extra mixes: A karaoke track of "I Love You" and a track omitting the harmony lead part on "Lady Penelope".
Once more, I have really enjoyed recording this CD and will continue to produce these albums until I run out of titles. I wonder how many years that will take?
Thanks for your support.