Monday, December 14, 2009
I recorded three vocal tracks: 1) Paul's higher pitched vocal and 2) John's lower pitched harmony, as well as 3) George's pre-chorus 2nd harmony.
I also laid down three guitar tracks: the first one for the intro riff and solo - my first slide! And then there are two rhythm guitars: one which mimics the bass line and another with basic chords.
Click here: http://www.castroneves.net/mp3/drivemycar.mp3
"Let It Be", was originally recorded in 1969, but has been remixed several times. The most prominent difference between all versions can be heard in the guitar solo played by George Harrison. I chose the album version solo, which has more of a rock vibe.
Click here to listen: http://www.castroneves.net/mp3/letitbe.mp3
And click below to watch me recording vocal and lead guitar
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Most of them feature 2 or 3 backing vocals, and it sure is the kind of sound I like!
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Okay... I just like this song!
Click here to listen: http://www.castroneves.net/mp3/c16.mp3
Sunday, September 13, 2009
The tempo is slow, but definitely a rocker! First recorded by Gene and Paul's first band - Wicked Lester - in the early seventies, it was officially released as a track from "Dressed To Kill", in 1975
I sing three vocals in harmony, and play rhythm and lead guitars.
Click here to listen: http://www.castroneves.net/mp3/she.mp3
And click below to watch me recording the lead guitar:
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
The video this time was limited to the solo - The vocals were pretty high and I looked like I was in pain while singing! LOL!
Hope you like it. Click here to listen: http://www.castroneves.net/mp3/goinblind.mp3
And here's the solo:
Monday, August 31, 2009
This song I recorded last week.
It's a KISS song (of course) based on the work of Cynthia Plaster Caster, "an artist and self-described 'recovering groupie' who creates plaster casts of famous persons' penises and breasts."
Click this link to listen: http://www.castroneves.net/mp3/plaster.mp3.Or click below to watch me recording both rhythm and lead guitars!