Denny Carleton & The Elements | Remember Me (Live)

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Remember Me (Live)

by Denny Carleton & The Elements

60's British Pop but with spititual meaning by a 2016 American. CS Lewis meets Ray Davies
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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I got the idea for this song after watching Jazz musician Winston Marsalis on TV saying that musicians and educators had a responsibility to pass on and preserve what they've learned .

Remember Me
I dreamed I saw Larry Norman standing on a rock
A righteous rocker and a holy roller ain't never gonna stop remember me

And there was John and George playing augmented chords
Throw in a diminished and when you're finished there's harmonies to adore remember me

Remember me when you write your songs remember me when your day is long
Remember me when the morning comes remember me at the setting sun

There was Johnny Cash trying to walk the line the man in black singing to the prisoners
He says he's doing fine saying remember me (CHORUS)

CS Lewis and John Paul Two Mother Theresa and Charles Schultz
Bob Marley and Martin Luther King Rich Mullins on Eagles wings Remember me

Then he took the bread and said this is my body then he took the wine and said this is my blood
Remember me a remember me when you write your songs remember me when your day is long
Remember me when the morning comes remember me at the setting sun

This was recorded live at the Beachland Ballroom on Cleveland's East Side in the Waterloo North Collinwood Arts district.The elements for that night were John Hlavka accordion and Ed Mills percussion. Below is a short history of Denny Carleton and the Elements.

From an open mic night a new group evollved called the Elements.Fred Grupe on bass, John Hlavka accordian,Ed Mills bazooki, and percusssio, Art Lazar percussion,David Hlavka acoustic, Doug Bukovic electric guitar, Bob Howrie bass and guitar,Grege Coleman, zen drum , Dr Juan Hernandez,and others all took turns playing in Denny carleton and the Elements. Very casual and layed back we played local coffeehouse,the fine arts coffeehouse series, the Beachland ballroom,Seekers adn the Barking spider.we did my originals with and off beat sense of humour and a strange variety of instruments, including zen drum, bazooki, percussion, baritine guitar and more. we peaked when we played in downtown Cleveland at in front the Hanna Theatre at Playhouse Square , in Cleveland Ohio the Ingenuity festival

From an open mic night a new group evollved called the Elements.Fred Grupe on bass, John Hlavka accordian,Ed Mills bazooki, and percusssio, Art Lazar percussion,David Hlavka acoustic, Doug Bukovic electric guitar, Bob Howrie bass and guitar,Grege Coleman, zen drum , Dr Juan Hernandez,and others all took turns playing in Denny carleton and the Elements. Very casual and layed back we played local coffeehouse,the fine arts coffeehouse series, the Beachland ballroom,Seekers adn the Barking spider.we did my originals with and off beat sense of humour and a strange variety of instruments, including zen drum, bazooki, percussion, baritine guitar and more. we peaked when we played in downtown Cleveland at in front the Hanna Theatre at Playhouse Square , in Cleveland Ohio the Ingenuity festival

I now play a trimmer version a group called The Elements with John Halvka on accordian,and Ed Mills on percussion backing me on my songs,


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