I'll Do My Cryin In The Rain

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  1. Bill  Hullett

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    https://soundcloud.com/user79412246/ill-do-my-cryin-in-the-rain?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=facebook

    Hi Guys...
    Ever since Phil Everly passed away last month I can't get this song out of my head, This past Sunday was a rainy one here in Nashville so I went down to my studio and put this track down....Hope some of you are Everly fans as well.....

    Thanks,
    Bill Hullett

    PS: For all you recording guys....I programmed the drums and O Ded everything else

    Beltona Tri-Cone guitar, Martin D21 ac gtr. Jazz Bass, Elec is a Tele retrofitted with Ron Ellis Humbuckers all thru a Kemper amp profiler set on a tweed bassman...
     
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    Nice!
     
  3. TelePhartz

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    Sounds great - beautiful . . .
     
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    I would say that you pretty much nailed it Bill.

    Great job and thanks for sharing.

    I need to get down and wee you guys again soon.
     
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    I'd buy that! Really, thanks for sharing. The tone of your post makes me wonder if you worked with him. If so, have you got any stories to share with us?
     
  6. Bill  Hullett

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    I Wish I had

    Telegator....I wish I had gotten to work with them...Ray Edenton was the Man who taught me how to play ac gtr on sessions (baptism by fire) he played all the famous acoustic intros on their records from the 50's and 60's ie: Birdog, Wake up little suzie, etc

    Thanks
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    Very, very nice and I appreciate you sharing.
     
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    Great job, thanks for posting! Love the tremolo, what kind did you use??!

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    way cool... thanks for sharing...it's quite a sentimental piece....:)
     
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    Very nice, Bill. A fitting way to say goodbye.
     
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    Tom.....
    The tremolo that you asked about is one that my son Clay made for me , I don't know any tech details though....:( it's just a little stompbox but I always think it sounds like a great old Fender!
    Thanks for asking
    Bill Hullett
     
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    Loverly!
     
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    I was 15 in 1962 and an avid Radio Luxembourg listener. "Crying In The Rain" was one of my biggest favorites. I loved the harmony singing, the chord progression towards the end of the verse, and it's ability to capture my own sentiments when it came to unanswered (puppy) love. A real sad, but beautiful song.

    I think you do the song justice, Bill!:cool:
     
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    Really nice.
     
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    Thank you Bill. That was beautiful.
     
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    Telemarkman did you know your countrymen 'a-ha' did a really good version of it (in the 90's I think).

    Bill, that sounds terrific, another fan of that trem sound too :)
     
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    I know, John. The song has always been real popular in Norway ... I think this is the only country where The Everlys' original version made it to #1 in the single charts.
     
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    Love the arrangement, Bill. Brought back good memories.

    Thanks,
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    Just beautiful!
     
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    Very sweet and lovely tasteful playing. Thanks for sharing.
     
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