Patty Ann Smith | Can't Help Falling in Love

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Can't Help Falling in Love

by Patty Ann Smith

Patty's Recording of the popular Elvis Presley Release "Can't Help Falling In Love"
Genre: Easy Listening: Ballads
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Can't Help falling In Love was first popularized with it's recording by Elvis... the song has since been recorded and released by numerous artists through the years. As a side note, the popular song is based on a former melody... that new lyrics were written to. This brings in a very interesting thought, that if the words are not present in such a recording... the song no longer falls into the cover song category, but into public domain. Most people however would probably not recognize the song if done as an instrumental.

As a side note.... The Guitar part is a single track by Craig Smith Guitarist done simultaneously with no added parts, or over dubbing. The reason for mentioning this is because so much music today is done with multiple tracks... patching things together and then a singer or other instrumentalist does their part. While this is of course in no way objectionable, we like to do music in a most original and natural form.... as music has been done for thousands of years. Interestingly, people have commented that they thought they heard more than one guitar, a bass or other instruments... and several people thought the guitar work was a piano ???, I don't really know where they learned how to hear... it's quite simple... it's a Guitar, and only one.

Several years ago while listening to some of our recordings one college music professor asked... who's playing rhythm guitar? who's playing lead guitar?, who's playing bass?... We never told him that the guitar part was just a single one shot simultaneous part and actually done live along with the vocal part.



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