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Offline B3Wannabe

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #20 on: April 09, 2006, 11:03:41 PM »
Just post it here dude....I'm sure everyone wants to hear it.

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #21 on: April 10, 2006, 02:39:42 AM »
Believe it or not, I actually thought that Clint Brown was black the first time that I heard him.  I first heard the Judah CD.  I was younger then and was ignorant that other races made great music as well.  I didn't come to that understanding until I went to college and started taking theory classes and my eyes and ears were opened up to other styles of music.  Now I'll listen to anyone.  Has anyone heard Rod Wilbourn and the West Tennessee Mass Choir.

lol, i played guitar for WTMC for a few years, I'm playing on the cd.

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #22 on: April 10, 2006, 01:37:29 PM »
lol, i played guitar for WTMC for a few years, I'm playing on the cd.

Word, dude that's a nice CD.

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #23 on: April 10, 2006, 11:01:22 PM »
yeah man, it didn't turn out too bad.

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #24 on: October 01, 2006, 10:43:52 PM »
This is the way I play it, it sounds great with the band but kinda dull with just the bass player.

Quater notes G,D,D here         Half notes C,D Quater notes G here
G G        C  C               D D     CDG G
Lord I lift your name on high

          C C                    D D         CDG G
Lord I love to sing your praises

          C C                   D D      CDG G
Iím so glad youíre in my lift

          C C                        D D          CDG G
Iím so glad you cam to save us

G                          C          D D
You came from heaven to earth

      C  C         G G
To show the way

                 CC        D D
From the earth to cross

       CC       G G
My debt to pay

               C C              D D
From the cross to the grave

              E  E             A A
From the grave to the sky

         D D                    G G
Lord I lift your name on high

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #25 on: October 02, 2006, 12:06:25 PM »
Oh man...I have played that song in so many different styles over the years.  The chords already illustrated on this post are spot on, so there's nothing much I can add other than different keys.  I have played it reggae style, funk style, rock style, folk style, ballad style...lots!  The first church I played for liked to play it in the same style as 'The Joker' by Glen Miller.  I always thought that was a bit cheesy...especially the wolf whistle on the guitar!  That really used to make me cringe!!  ::)  For the sake of good taste...please don't play this song in that style!!

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #26 on: October 02, 2006, 01:05:28 PM »
Oh man...I have played that song in so many different styles over the years.  The chords already illustrated on this post are spot on, so there's nothing much I can add other than different keys.  I have played it reggae style, funk style, rock style, folk style, ballad style...lots!  The first church I played for liked to play it in the same style as 'The Joker' by Glen Miller.  I always thought that was a bit cheesy...especially the wolf whistle on the guitar!  That really used to make me cringe!!  ::)  For the sake of good taste...please don't play this song in that style!!

I did a search and it came up. Sounds like rock. Sounds like the same stuff Ty is doing now and his CCI pieces.
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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #27 on: October 02, 2006, 01:57:49 PM »
Here's my version:


FF      AA                     BbBb
Lord I lift your name on high
FF      AA                     BbBb
Lord I love to sing your praises
FF      AA                   BbBb
I'm so glad your in my life
FF      AA                      BbBb C
I'm so glad you came to save us
E   F     A             Bb    B    C
    You came from heaven to earth
D  Eb     E   F
To show the way
 A             Bb    B    C
from the earth to the cross
D  Eb     E   F
My debt to pay
A           Bb              C
from the cross to the grave
             A                D
from the grave to the sky
A        G          C      E  F
Lord I lift your name on high

Here's a clip of me playing it so that you can get a better understanding, I made it using Garageband on my mac so its not the best quality and I played it simple so that you would understand it:

http://media.learngospelmusic.com/displayimage.php?album=34&pos=1



My timing is off but here's what I hear an dmaybe give you some new ideas on this clip.I dub over my bass run.
Hope you get some ideas from it also keep in mind.I still have bass run from the 60's to 70's in my head like it were yesterday.
That why my playing sound out dated.
To old and to late in the game for me to change, so i'm just adding on

http://www.learngospelmusic.com/media/displayimage.php?album=194&pos=10

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #28 on: October 02, 2006, 03:50:45 PM »
My timing is off but here's what I hear an dmaybe give you some new ideas on this clip.I dub over my bass run.
Hope you get some ideas from it also keep in mind.I still have bass run from the 60's to 70's in my head like it were yesterday.
That why my playing sound out dated.
To old and to late in the game for me to change, so i'm just adding on

http://www.learngospelmusic.com/media/displayimage.php?album=194&pos=10


I did that very basic so that the original poster could have an idea of the song.  There's many ways of playing it.  That's the version that I original learned so that's what I did for him.
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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #29 on: October 02, 2006, 03:58:02 PM »
I did that very basic so that the original poster could have an idea of the song.  There's many ways of playing it.  That's the version that I original learned so that's what I did for him.
I like to say Thank You
DDwilkin,my clip is also basic.

 I'm glad to hear,that you think it's not

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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #30 on: October 03, 2006, 08:21:59 AM »
I like to say Thank You
DDwilkin,my clip is also basic.

 I'm glad to hear,that you think it's not

Sound nice and solid to mi ears.
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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #31 on: October 06, 2006, 07:56:00 AM »
Mike, I learned it the Walt Whitman version.

Same here...Walt Whitman and Soul Children of Chicago.  Good CD
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Re: " Lord I Lift Your Name On High"
« Reply #32 on: October 06, 2006, 08:24:11 AM »
Same here...Walt Whitman and Soul Children of Chicago.  Good CD

I need some more CDs, checking....
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