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Evaluation Of Performance - In the performance I played in 12 songs; 4 in Interglactic Grapefruit as a guitarist and bassist.

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BTEC Performance Evaluation In the performance I played in 12 songs; 4 in Interglactic Grapefruit as a guitarist and bassist. I was also used a session musician and played 4 songs for Matt Arnold; 1 for Leanne Johns and 3 for Rosa Trivett . On the night I played electric guitar, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, and keyboard. My performance ? Intergalactic Grapefruit The songs we played were Take Me Out by Franz Ferdinand, Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People, All Day And All Of The Night by The Kinks, Are You Gonna Be My Girl? ...read more.

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For ?pumped up kicks? I played bass and started the song with the bassline. Although the song doesn?t change we spiced it up a bit by adding solos and fills to keep the audience entertained. The next song was ?all day and all of the night? in which I played lead guitar. The song went to plan and I performed my solo well. Our final song was ?are you going to be my girl?? for this song I played bass. ...read more.

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My performance ? Session Musician For Leanne Johns The song played was Take A Chance On Me By Abba For the song I played bass. The song is predominantly made up of octave picking on the bass and has an easy chord pattern this was my least favourite of the songs I had to perform due to the fact it was very repetitive. My performance ? Session Musician For Rosa Trivett For Rosa I played three songs ? all on acoustic guitar. They were Ooh La By The Kooks and Farmer And His Gun & Cemetery By Charlie Simpson. I played all three songs well ...read more.

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