Description : Lyrics written and spoken in 1965 by the late Paul Harvey .... it's a work in proress as usual.

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  1. Format
    Format on Sun 8th May 2016 - 3 years ago

    Nice groove and good choice of vocals, goes together in an unexpected but harmonious way.

  2. ronabo
    ronabo on Sun 8th May 2016 - 3 years ago

    hmmmm.... I will have to research this Paul Harvey character and see what his true intent is all about. The music is good though..


  3. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 26th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    I really would say - listen to the older stuff of them. Not that i think that the newer isn't good but this older stuff is more raw :)
    Soli Pleasue
    Claro Que Si
    and if you can find listen to
    IT splash - from 1978 (with Yello member nr3 Carlos Peron)

  4. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 26th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    While listen to this i had the feeling i listen to that one before. And do you know who did the version i listen to before??? :)this is really YELLO in there best times - Wow. you really made my day with this powerfull song. Not that i would say that you did a cover, no, but you capture all what a great song from Yello would need. Power, cool synth sounds, great beat, special voice and an excellent mix.

    I really in love with this one! Sure a FAV

    stay tuned

    Reply by silverman

    Wow Joe Thank you very much. I know Yello quite well and loved them the moment that single appeared .... The Race. I'm going to have to have a listen to my own piece again now with Yelllo in mind as it never occurred to me!
    That's a huge compliment.

  5. OViea91
    OViea91 on Sat 26th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    so god made a farmer, and he made a man with the vision to make this interesting project. i really fux with the vocals you got going on in the already memorizing melody. cant decide which is better, the vocals or that synth you got going on. nice job!

    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for your kind and encouraging comments.
    The voice just struck me as ideal for this kin#d of thing despite or maybe because of it's age but it's content too was fascinating to me.

  6. GregVincey
    GregVincey on Fri 25th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    That is crazy man, Paul Harvey from way back 1965, i was not even born yet. I got this quot from him online and found very interesting "In times like these it helps to recall there have always been times like these"

    Reply by silverman

    Thanks for your time Greg. The guy apparently was a bit of an American right wing icon which doesn't sit to well with lefty old me but I liked the voice soon as I heard it and the lyrics too. He's done some interesting stuff.
    But as soon as I heard him speaking this I wanted to own it and do something with it.
    Hope you're well and life's treating you good old lizard man.
    No no no any Illuminati hunters out there he's not one of your David Icke type lizards!!!

  7. DrvanLansberg
    DrvanLansberg on Sun 20th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    The first word that came into mind while listening was "eclectic". Wow man, there are so many sounds and trascks that my two ears just aren't enough to listen to everything the first round :-). The second that came into mind was that I'd love to hear the track 6-8 bpm's faster.

    Having said that, I think the use of these vocals is simply great. Indeed his voice fits the atmosphere of your track perfectly. Very well spotted. Since I'm from The Netherlands, this guy is not known to me, but from now on I will for sure recognize is his voice whenever I hear it. I think it would be really worth it to go along with the track, keep a good eye on the levels, maybe cut a bit in the instrumental part and focus on finishing it. I'dd be really interested in hearing the final result.

    I also can't wait for your track with the vocals of reagan and Thatcher :-).

    Reply by silverman

    Thanks for your time DrVan.
    I haven't done anymore on this yet.
    Been playing with the Ronny and Maggie thing and I'm not happy with it but I haven't given up yet.

  8. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 17th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    Doing what you are considering is a cool concept. Paul Hardcastle used to stop dance floors with "19". I did something similar a few years ago with Bertrand Russell's speech to the BBC in 1961.
    And built it into a dance tune. So I look forward to this speech-song hybrid you will create.

  9. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 17th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    Musically it's great and you did a nice job mixing in his famous voice and speech. Too bad the man himself is a disingenuous figure. Known as "America's Salesman" there wasn't a product he wouldn't hawk with his smooth velvety voice on his radio station. A conservative Seventh Day Adventist (death cult) who believed in the Death Penalty and the abolishment of welfare for the poor. He counted J Edgar Hoover, Billy Graham, and George Vandeman as friends. Controversy plagued him when it was suggested he deliberately injured the heel of his foot so he could escape service in the armed forces. Another time he tried to infiltrate a nuclear facility to broadcast to his public on the lack of security at such facilities. He was caught and arrested and narrowly escaped being punished for it( Thanks Hoover). In later years on his radio show, he would espouse conservative venom on his radio show while intermixing it with homespun tales of charm and the country life which appealed to his rural older white conservative brethren who listened and then smoothly selling them the latest junk product any sponsor would have him sell. Paul Harvey is Like (Ann Widdecombe (for her conservative and pointless views) merged with Stephen Fry (for his voice and advert power). A chilling hybrid indeed. At least the music was entertaining.

    Reply by silverman

    Hahahahaaa your reply was highly entertaining too Cruce!
    I wasn't inviting him round for tea!
    Like I said I never heard of him before but when I came across him I listened to a few of his rants ... If I were the Devil .... The policeman etc and decided there and then that without a doubt he was a rigid conservative.
    Not my cup of tea at all.
    But I thought yes I can play with this and gave it a go. Still working on it to be honest.
    I might be mixing Ronald Reagan with Margaret Thatcher next and you've given me an idea of having dissenting voices thrown in .... Arthur Scargill and Tony Ben maybe .....Thanks for your time mate.

  10. thekunig
    thekunig on Wed 16th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    Its like a symphony - everything works extremely well - One of the best I have heard to date


    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for your time and your comments Kun.
    There's something I like about the guys voice as well as his lyrics. Voice took a bit of work cos the download was a little rough.
    Thanks again.

  11. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 15th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    Now this is different...and in the most creative of the concept silverman and appreciate the message (my wife is a farmer`s daughter)..haha...great job...really enjoyed this one...Ed

    Reply by silverman

    Well I live in a very rural area surrounded by farming and country life with a wife who grows everything possible with chickens roaming around the yard too. Twenty years ago we had a small farm place with ducks geese chickens goats pigs and boy was it hard work but ... totally wonderful life.
    To old and nackered for it now.
    I had never heard of this guiy and canm't remember for the life of me how I stumbled across him but my first thought was .... try putting this guy to music!!
    This is where I got the voice from .....

  12. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Tue 15th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hey Silverman...nice to see you back!:) Very unusual idea, but it works... always nice to hear something different. Since this is a work in progress it will be very interesting to hear the final result....keep it up man !:)


    Reply by silverman

    Thank you Orlando I'm working on it as we speak. Working with lyrics is a big challenge for me. You wouldn't believe how many times I've tried it. I'm getting closer to getting it right I hope.

  13. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Tue 15th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    What an idea! Firt time I heard Paul Harvey's Farmer speech was on a commercial for Dodge trucks. You know we live in an ass backwards world when Ceos are paid more that the ones who make the world go around like farmers. Never thought I'd hear Paul Harvey as an EDM singer, very cool! Funny how we stumble upon things now a days on you tube.

    Reply by silverman

    Thanx for listening Phatz. I'm new to this man but as soon as heard him saying this I thought wow can I put it to some kind of music?
    If you've eaten to day thank a farmer.

  14. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 15th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    I used to love listening to Paul Harvey every day, it was like watching Johnny Carson every night on the Tonight Show. Interesting choice of music for a religious song. I usually think of softer angelic kind of sounds when I think of religious music. In some strange way the music sounded almost Middle Eastern to me but made with synths.

    Pretty cool musical idea. Makes me want to shoe a horse with a hunk of tire. I am also reminded to plant some peppers and radishes and lettuce because it's planting season in the south, thanks!

    What are you planning to do from this point?


    Reply by silverman

    Thanks for listening.
    I'll probably just leave it on the digital shelf and pop back to it now and then I'm not sure what to do with it at the moment. Just a hobby for me .
    I stumbled across this guy by accident on youtube not sure how and I downloded him from there and chopped it up a bit and messed about with it. Well known in America apparently but not here in the u.k. ... certainly not in North Wales where I live! Thasnks for the visit.

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God looked down at his planned paradise and deciced he needed a caretaker so he made a farmer .....



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