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You can also copy any of your previous personal ascent comments to Public Feedback if they contain useful general information. They can be edited before posting to remove personal content if required. Hide Search. There is no feedback for this climb. Login as Existing User to add your feedback. Public Logbooks Contrary to what some have suggested, this felt so much harder than WSS. Very happy to have done it!
With Kohei thanks so much for trying it with me on so many occasions. Found this easier than wss. Playlists relacionadas. Aplicaciones y plugins. Desktop Google Chrome Windows 8. Plugin W. Media Player Winamp. Mi perfil Enviar letra Mensajes Editar Salir. Those were always wonderful musical events. It was basically a performance, and a lot of fun. With Burt Bacharach sitting at the piano or in the control room, it was never the first take, even if, in fact, it usually ended up being the first take [that we used for the record].
It wasn't about punching in overdubs. We did every single recording full-out, and on about the 28th take, I think someone probably said — if it wasn't me — "I think we may have it. The song had a memorable melody and words. If I had known it was going to be a hit, I'd be sitting on a mountain with a ruby in my hand. I was dear, dear friends with both Burt and Hal. We depended on each other to bring to the table the expertise we each possessed. Hal David's lyrics were the most incredible I've ever sung.
And Burt created those intricate, but memorable, melodies. And I was the vehicle to bring all of that to the listeners' ears. I'm totally enamored [with] Isaac Hayes' cover, which he made his own. To this day, I can't leave the stage without singing it.
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It's a song that not only I have grown to love over my 50 years in the industry, but it has become a favorite of my audience. The songs that I've had the pleasure of recording with Bacharach [and] David have grown with me. I'm singing it for people my age, who have brought their children, and in turn, they've brought their children.
It's been able to age with each new group of listeners.
Some of them were recorded, some of them were not. But the Cologne concert [in Germany] was one that was definitely scheduled to be recorded. However, for a hour period before we got to Cologne we had not slept at all.
A short history of "Walk On By" (Burt Bacharach and Hal David, ) - JAZZIZ Magazine
When we arrived at the hotel, I tried to take a nap. But it was impossible to do so. The producer of the concert came to take us to the [Cologne Opera House] in his Rolls-Royce, a car that was so over the top that we could have eaten dinner in it, on the perfectly made wood panels. But we didn't really learn the problems we were facing until we arrived at the hall.
At that point, we probably said all kinds of curse words.
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And we started to tell the engineers, "Maybe you can just pack up. The recording equipment was already set up. So we decided to just make a tape of the performance, even it if was just for ourselves. So we went to dinner. It was already late, I was due to go onstage soon, we'd had so many hassles, and the piano was such a terrible instrument. And I hadn't slept anyway. So I was in almost hell.
Then we went to this Italian restaurant where, for some perfectly symmetrical reason, we were served way last. Everyone else was eating, I was the one who was going to play in an hour, and I still didn't have any food. And then when they finally brought the food, I was still hungry, because I wasn't happy with the food they served.
All I remember after the restaurant fiasco is taking a peek at the engineers sitting, waiting with their equipment.
They had everything ready. And I started thinking, "I'm going to do this.
Dionne Warwick - Walk On By Lyrics
I just looked at Manfred and [said], "Power! Someone told me that, in the very beginning of that performance, what I was playing was imitating the bells in the lobby — the little phrase they play to tell the audience when it's time to go in to the theater. To my knowledge, I have no idea [if] that was true. But then something interesting happened.
It just seemed like everybody in the audience was there for a tremendous experience, and that made my job easy. What happened with this piano was that I was forced to play in what was — at the time — a new way.
Somehow I felt I had to bring out whatever qualities this instrument had.