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Old 08-01-2021, 05:19 PM   #9
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I think you mentioned Dada before... I don't think I'm familiar with that artist. I tried a search on Google, but I don't think I'm coming up with the correct results - Can you point me in the direction of their music?

Thanks for the kind comments!
They were around in the 90's and 2000's, now kind of semi-retired but had a big hit with Dizz Knee Land. This is the kind of song they did that illustrates how they used harmonies really effectively for a limited amount of vocals by shifting them. Talented guys.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwHZQlaf_HY

FWIW, the group 7horse is a side project of theirs...they're really cool too, did the song from Wolf of Wall Street (name escapes me), but also a neat band.

I really love when a song lets you sing harmonies throughout verses too, it's not a trick you can use all the time, but a lot of 60's pop and country utilized that and I always dug it. I did sort of a tribute to that style on a track a few years ago...it's a little corny but I love playing stuff like this.

https://craiggibson.bandcamp.com/tra...nd-of-dreams-2
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