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Subject: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 17 Jan 11 - 12:07 AM

I see your face lit in the glare
Across the circle you're reading there
The song from your Ipod,
Good God,
Has pub singing come to this?
Can't remember the words when you're pissed?
So you read 'em from the screen
Makes me want to scream
When we all pause while you go swish
(make that gesture of using your index finger to move the image on a touch screen)


I just went to Camp New Harmony and then to a party last night and I see the blue book has been replaced by (God save us all) people googling the words on Mudcat.
No tune and not much structure, but this is my start.
(And if I missed a previous thread on this, point me to it.
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: GUEST,S.T.M.
Date: 17 Jan 11 - 09:14 AM

Folk music being incorporated into the modern world- yay!


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 17 Jan 11 - 10:51 AM

Surely more a case of the modern world being incorporated into Folk!


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 17 Jan 11 - 12:33 PM

Folkies sing at twilight,
When the lights are low.
And the youngsters' I-Pads
Cast a gentle glow.
Oldsters 'twit' the youngsters' goldfish memories.
Saying "Back in our day, we'd none of these,
We'd none of these"

Back in those dear dead days of good recall.
We never needed Aides memoire at all.
We all could stand and sing a lengthy song
So confident the words were never wrong.
Sing one more song, and sip another sup.
(There were no songbooks there to trip . us . up!)

Folkies sing at twilight,
When the lights are low.
And the youngsters' I-Pads
Cast a gentle glow.
Oldsters 'twit' the youngsters' goldfish memories.
Saying "Back in our day, we'd none of these,
We'd none of these"


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 17 Jan 11 - 02:07 PM

iPAD! not Ipod, geez Louise, I am getting old. Or Iphone or Blackberry or Smartphone or something.
Nice, Nigel. I will attempt to improve my tolerance level.
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Simon G
Date: 18 Jan 11 - 01:38 PM

5 years ago I lean't a singer in his 80s my Blackberry to read the words of a song he had forgotten half way through. He finished the song which showed great courage in the face of mind-blowing technology.

I have 290 songs formatted to suit me on my $120 android tablet and its great, it only has a 7" screen which is pushing it a little, 10" would be better.

There is lots of things my brain will do but remembering words is not one of them. I've tried and tried and failed and failed. iPAD's are great for people with my disability - there are lots of us about.

All power to singers with memory, iPAD or paper, Sing On

Simon G


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: GUEST,mg
Date: 18 Jan 11 - 01:57 PM

I think the problem will not be the original user but he or she will forward the lyrics to everyone in the room. Well, actually, I will like that better than the blue books. mg


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Bill D
Date: 18 Jan 11 - 02:35 PM

arrrgghh...

I know...so far.. only one person who regularly does that... I have decided that IF I can close my eyes and pretend it is not happening, I will survive. (this guy can at least usually sing them WITH the help...some cannot read and follow and get the tune.)


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 11:12 AM

Wow, Mary, what a terrifying thought. I don't think I'm ready for that.
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 03:04 PM

Barbara-

Then there's the future where we'll have wireless implants in our brains. If someone hesitates too long in the middle of a song, you can always just reboot him!

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 04:17 PM

Bet I could do that now.
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Tattie Bogle
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 07:42 PM

And what about Ipod dancing? Hilarious! I have a short video of various people dancing to whatever they were hearing on their Ipod - obviously all sorts of different styles and tempos at the same time. Oh, forgot to say it was on a ship crossing the Drake Passage from Antarctica to S America: not a lot better to do other than count the albatrosses!


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Joe Offer
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 08:05 PM

Well, we have a very spacey woman in our song circle who listens to the song on her iPod through headphones and tries to sing along with it. It doesn't work very well, and there's a lot of 'dead air' during the instrumental parts. Still, she tries. I hope she'll improve with time.

I can see value in reading lyrics from some source, because I'm a choir singer and have always sung from a hymnal. I tend to screw up songs if I don't have a crib sheet or hymnal.

I suppose, though, that folk music must be all about excluding people, so that we can feel superior to somebody. I guess I should humbly admit my inadequacy and not bother trying to sing, since I'm not very successful at memorizing songs. That's the message in this thread, isn't it? Beginners aren't really welcome among folk musicians, are they?

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 09:25 PM

Joe-

Not to worry. In the not so distant future the "thumdrive" will be an integral part of the human body. No need for paper crib sheets. Just scroll through your eyelashes.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Joe Offer
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 09:27 PM

Yeah, but I'll have to have a USB port up my.....


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: mg
Date: 20 Jan 11 - 11:20 PM

I don't think the group should be under any perceived obligation to listen to Ipod woman sing along. Tell her that is not what you do in your group and perhaps she could start her own for that purpose. We can either set boundaries or we can lose the reason some of us come to musical events, which is to hear nice music. I am going to start a camp thread, because I hope to go to a music camp next week, and I know there are going to be endless hours upon hours of people reading the blue books under blinding flourescent lights and I am going to be proactive..not to get them to change or dim the lights, but just to see who I can get to go in another building, after a certain amount of politeness. But I do not want them to follow us with their blue books. Stay put and sing out of them. It is fine if you do, just don't follow me. mg


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 21 Jan 11 - 03:50 AM

Do you sing from an I-Pad?
Do you sing from the 'blue-book'?
Do you sing from your own song book?
Do you read your song book to make sure you've remembered the words, then get up and sing confidently from (recent) memory?
Do you memorise songs, but sing them through quickly to yourself before performing, making a crib sheet of the first line of each verse in case you lose your (mental) place?
Do you sing everything from memory, with occasional la-la-las where you forget a line?
Do you sing everything with perfect recall & no written assistance?

I'm sure that between us we all fall at some point in the above list. How far further up the list do we want to draw the line for what we consider unacceptable?

How intollerant can we be?

Can we get back to the original request, which was for a song? (I made my attempt early on, but I'm not sure I can remember it. So can I print it out please? :) )


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 21 Jan 11 - 10:19 AM

Oh, do you remember when we sung from our I-Pads,
Back in them days of yore?
Oh, do you remember when we sung from our Blue-Books,
And how them old duffers swore!
Oh, do you remember, do you remember,
How we all sung in them days gone by?
No, I can't remember,
No, I can't remember,
But if you hum a few lines I'll try!

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Simon G
Date: 21 Jan 11 - 01:21 PM

I love the song Charlie. If only I could remember it.

Joe, no need to worry about the USB socket, I'm sure you've got built-in WiFi, you just need to work out how to enable it.

There were bundles of laughter on Wednesday when I sang How Much is that Doggie in the Window from my tablet (like an iPad but without the $400 Apple logo). Of course almost everyone else in the room knew all the words. I am now officially a paperless crib sheet singer :)

Simon


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 21 Jan 11 - 02:38 PM

Let the Merry Ring-Tones Ring!

Ring out! Ring out!
Throughout the land!
Let the merry ring-tones ring!
Be they sharp or be they bland,
Let the merry ring-tones ring!

Ring out! Ring out!
In the tube or loo,
Let the merry ring-tones ring!
At the opera or barbecue,
Let the merry ring-tones ring!

etc.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 22 Jan 11 - 01:00 AM

Maybe I should get a clone to change the header. I meant IPad.

Thanks Nigel. I'm with mary garvey. We want different things at different times, and we need to be proactive to make them happen. I used to always sing from a book and only knew choruses, so I did a lot of requesting other people to sing the things I wanted. I still often find it scary to lead a song, especially without some sort of cheat sheet.
Still, I continue to aspire to have the courage to do it.
I don't think there's anything the matter with wanting to get better at singing. I work on it. I'm proud of that.
My favorite thing is when someone sings a song well that they know by heart.
Still there's enough time and music for it all to happen for everyone. We need to find other folks to sing with who are in our comfort zone.

Most songbooks at least have the song on one page, but these little hand held devices seem to quit in the middle of a line, leaving everyone hanging.
Here's a bit of a revision. I didn't like the rhymes or the scream part.

I see your face lit in the glare
Across the circle you're reading there
The song from your Ipad,
Ye Gad, man,
Has our pub singing come to this?
Can't remember the words when you're pissed?
So you read 'em off the screen
of your little hand held machine
And we all pause while you. go. *swish*
(make that gesture of using your index finger to move the image on a touch screen)

Blessings,
Barbara

Nigel, I assume your song is to "Just a Song at Twilight"?


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 22 Jan 11 - 01:23 AM

Joe, I don't walk out on you when you're leading a song because you're a bad singer, or because you read it from a book, or because I don't like the song.
You're just too dogmatic for my taste.
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Barbara
Date: 24 Jan 11 - 01:32 PM

The answer, partly sage, rose many a time
practice shifting the page, or learn the next line.

*sorry, I couldn't help myself*
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 24 Jan 11 - 05:15 PM

"who listens to the song on her iPod through headphones and tries to sing along with it"

Can do better than that mate!

Watched someone listen to the song on the cassette recorder (while we waited for the song to play once or twice) to get it right just before playing the tune (was recorder or whistle) in a blackboard session - can't remember if she then played along with it too .. it was quite a while ago, thank god - but she was 'very nervous and a learner' ...


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: GUEST,mg
Date: 24 Jan 11 - 05:34 PM

My main advice, no matter how saintly you are and tolerant etc. is to not allow flutes. They can mess up music more than any other instrument, including even good players..but that is just my opinion...flutes in, me out.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 14 May 11 - 11:35 AM

refresh


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: GUEST,Dave in Michigan
Date: 14 May 11 - 03:18 PM

I recently heard an unofficial recording of a live folk concert.

The singer (no names, no packdrill), singing from memory, alone on a stage before a large audience, was halfway through the song when he misrecalled a line, retried it (no luck), paraphrased it instead, and continued without further problems to the end of the song.

I was impressed by his aplomb, not disappointed by his fallibility. We should all do so well in such circumstances.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Backwoodsman
Date: 15 May 11 - 01:46 AM

I used to sing from my own song book claiming, like some above, that I didn't have the capacity to memorise lyrics, but I found it got in the way of 'performance'. Doing two things well (singing and playing, contemporaneously) is difficult enough, adding a third - reading - is just too much, and the quality of my singing/playing was suffering. In addition to which, reading prevents eye-contact with the audience (something I regard as an essential element in the performer/audient-bonding process).

So I made Herculean efforts to learn my stuff, and I'm able to perform without the safety-net 99% of the time now.

Unfortunately, during a gig last Saturday, I hit the remaining 1% - had a brain-fart and completely dried after one verse and a chorus. After four or five seconds of silence, during which my entire life flashed before me, I admitted to the packed room that I couldn't remember any more of that particular song, and went into the one that I 'keep up my sleeve for such an occasion' - one which I've sung for many a year and could sing/play in my sleep. Result......loud and prolonged applause! :-) :-)

Learn your stuff. Leave the book (or that f**kin' i-Pad) at home. There's no shame in forgetting words. Everyone does it. Even the pros do it occasionally.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 15 May 11 - 10:13 AM

I do make exceptions for people, including myself, who are trying songs out for the first time in sessions or song swaps; a back-up copy of the lyrics in some form can be useful on such occasions. But not learning the song after several sessions gets tedious. If you really like a song, why not learn it?

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: ripov
Date: 15 May 11 - 10:29 AM

I understand (more and more these days) the need for some way of being reminded of the words (and sometimes the tune, or at least the matching 'B' part) and I am amazed that there appears to be an "app" for an index of first lines, but why the .... does a musician need a 'black box' to tell that s/he's not in tune with the next person? If you can't tell if you're not in tune it must be time to give up (unless you're into modern classical that is!) Next thing we'll each be watching our own metronome. Now that could produce an interesting effect.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: ripov
Date: 15 May 11 - 10:44 AM

In the little dark public bar, where we'd come for tune and song,
How we huddled round the little Ipad, but got the words and music wrong.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the ipod singers
From: Charley Noble
Date: 15 May 11 - 12:28 PM

Ripov-

Excellent contribution!

Someone's singing, Lord, what's his app?
Someone's singing, Lord, what's his app?
Someone's singing, Lord, what's his app?
Oh, Lord, what's his app?

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 09 Aug 17 - 05:41 PM

Song above (Jan 2011) updated.
I plan to use this at this year's Worldcon in Helsinki. Reference to "Folkies" will become "Filkers". otherwise unchanged.

Second verse added for the occasion. (it always needed one!)

Folkies sing at twilight,
When the lights are low.
And the youngsters' I-Pads
Cast a gentle glow.
Oldsters 'twit' the youngsters' goldfish memories.
Saying "Back in our day, we'd none of these,
We'd none of these"

Back in those dear dead days of good recall.
We never needed Aides memoire at all.
We all could stand and sing a lengthy song
So confident the words were never wrong.
Sing one more song, and sip another sup.
(There were no songbooks there to trip . us . up!)

Folkies sing at twilight,
When the lights are low.
And the youngsters' I-Pads
Cast a gentle glow.
Oldsters 'twit' the youngsters' goldfish memories.
Saying "Back in our day, we'd none of these,
We'd none of these"

Now after years there dawns a better time.
And singers have revised the paradigm.
Singing from books is strictly "for the birds"
So, take that leap and learn those folking words!
You'll feel the glow of kudos when you do,
And yet the age old chorus still comes through:

Folkies sing at twilight,
When the lights are low.
And the youngsters' I-Pads
Cast a gentle glow.
Oldsters 'twit' the youngsters' goldfish memories.
Saying "Back in our day, we'd none of these,
We'd none of these"


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Subject: Lyr Add: Filofax
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 16 May 18 - 09:09 AM

FILOFAX
Nigel Parsons 16/5/18
ttto: Somewhere (West Side Story)

I’ve a Filofax, Somewhere, a Filofax.
Tunes and lyrics are noted there,
Loads of songs, and room to spare,
Somewhere . . .
I’ve a Filofax, Somewhere, a Filofax.
London Tube map and folk club dates.
Weights and measures – Conversion rates,
Some where . . .

I know I had it on Monday, But I can’t find it on Sunday,
(It’s) Somewhere!
Where’s my Filofax.
I need my Filofax.
“Comfort blanket” with pages spread,
Margin comments all made in red.
Somehow, someday, somewhere.

(spoken) Oh sod it, I’ll buy a tablet.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Mr Red
Date: 16 May 18 - 04:56 PM

there is scope for "swiping left" when the man gets the girl and right for philanderers. Or is it the other way round?

A Tinder-hearted lover?


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Amergin
Date: 16 May 18 - 08:05 PM

Or maybe let folks have fun and participate whichever way they can....

Or is that too difficult and revolutionary?


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Richard Mellish
Date: 17 May 18 - 07:17 AM

There's at least one separate thread about the pros/cons/acceptability or otherwise of reading the words as you sing or having them available for prompting if necessary. Let's keep this one to its declared subject.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 17 May 18 - 08:38 AM

The purpose of discussion threads seems to leave some latitude for moving to side issues.

If you want this thread to be entirely about the subject matter (and we seem to have moved away from that seven years ago) then your own comment hardly addresses the matter either.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Stevebury
Date: 17 May 18 - 06:19 PM

We are the I-Phone singers,
Starting down at our Phones,
    For the words.

(I haven't gone high-tech yet, and when I'm learning a song I find that a sheet of paper offers larger print.)


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 17 May 18 - 06:57 PM

I really can't see why using an ipad should bother anyone more than ringbinder. you can get more songs on an ipad. it takes less space - you can take it on holiday with your entire record collection, if you forget the tune , look up the notation or the chords online, check out how other people have done the song. actually over the years it should expand repertoires and increase our technical skill.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Mr Red
Date: 18 May 18 - 03:50 AM

There are Apps that can display a few lines at a time and easily advance with a tap. Maybe even follow the voice. A nice feature.

But any song about singing from an iPad could point to the lack of projection and the story line might include getting lost and repeating or even end abruptly because the singer had lost their place.

And what about referring to the voice as "singing like an Adnroid"...........


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 21 May 18 - 04:39 AM

From: Stevebury - PM
Date: 17 May 18 - 06:19 PM

We are the I-Phone singers,
Starting down at our Phones,
For the words.
(I haven't gone high-tech yet, and when I'm learning a song I find that a sheet of paper offers larger print.)


It's a start, but no tune yet?
Maybe . . .


I-phone singers
(D-Day Dodgers/ Lili Marlene)

We're the I-phone singers, staring at our phones
Swishing through the index, ignoring all the moans.
One day we'll try to learn the words,
We're told crib sheets are 'for the birds*'
We are the I-phone singers, in your locality.

We landed at a folk club, a dingy little room
We couldn't read our songbooks so hidden in the gloom
Then had a thought, we'll make this right,
'Cos all we need's our I-phones light.
We are the I-phone singers, with new technology.


* At least, I think it was 'birds'. I may have misheard the initial consonant.


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Subject: RE: Help write a song about the iPad singers
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 21 May 18 - 06:25 AM

tune: we are the ovalteenies!

we are the i-pad singers
singing from our phones
staring at our little screens
songs in leaden tones.

expressionless, a session pest
long songs that last the night
we've found a way to hog the stage
so join with us, we're all the rage
Or go out for a shite.


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