Goodbye Farewell (Larry Norman song) with Lyrics and Chords

From our Numubu webcast

on 26th April 2014: our cover of Larry Norman’s beautiful song “Goodbye Farewell”

Samuel is playing our Tanglewood TW15CE-B  guitar and I’m on my old Mugen “the ’78”

DC and Samuel on webcast

Still from the video

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This is taken at a bit of a clip, I think! But you can hear the songs at a more stately pace in this old video of me performing it a few years ago:

LYRICS & CHORDS
(written by Larry Norman)

Goodbye, farewell, we’ll meet again (D, Bm, F#m,)
Somewhere beyond the sky. (D, Bm, F#m, A7)
I pray that you will stay with God (G, Em, D, Bm)
Goodbye, my friends, goodbye. (D, A7, D-G, D-G)

The light grows dim but in this hour (D, Bm, F#m,)
I have no tears to cry. (D, Bm, F#m, A7)
My heart is full, my joy complete. (G, Em, D, Bm)
Goodbye, my friends, goodbye. (D, A7, D-G, D-G)

I feel no loss of hope as I’ve grown older. (Bm, G, D)
Only this world’s weight upon my shoulder. (Bm, E7, Em7, A7)

My heart beats to a slower song, (D, Bm, F#m,)
So softly in my veins. (D, Bm, F#m, A7)
The night is warm, but in my sleep (G, Em, D, Bm)
I dream of heaven’s reign. (D, A7, D-G, D-G)

Everything I am I’ve tried to show you, (Bm, G, D)
In this life I’ve been so blessed to know you. (Bm, E7, Em7, A7)

Goodbye, farewell, we’ll meet again (D, Bm, F#m,)
Somewhere beyond the sky. (D, Bm, F#m, A7)
I pray that you will walk with God (G, G#dim, F#m, Bm)
Goodbye, my friends, goodbye. (Em, A7, Bm, E7)
Goodbye, my friends, goodbye. (Em, A7, D)

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More covers at http://www.youtube.com/dccardwellcovers

Thanks for listening! ~ DC

Samuel & DC Cardwell cover “Four Seasons In One Day” by Crowded House

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This is a complete version of this song from one of our first live webcasts in April 2014. You may have seen a snippet of it if you watched the “highlights” video.

It’s probably Neil Finn’s most famous “Melbourne song”, the achingly beautiful Four Seasons In One Day, from my favourite Crowded House album, Woodface. He wrote and recorded it when the band was based in Melbourne. It’s a common saying that Melbourne can have “four seasons in a day” because the weather can be quite changeable. Rather unusually, the temperature often does “drop away” by as much as 20℃ in a half an hour or so, especially after a period of extremely hot weather.

I won’t deny it – Neil does this better than I do! But I hope you enjoy this version nonetheless. Samuel helps out with some nice guitar and background harmonies. 

 

Samuel’s added Beatle bass to his set-up for our webcast

Samuel's added bass to his set-up for our webcast 19 hours from now. http://dccardwell.com/gigs for details.
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Samuel’s added Beatle bass to his set-up for our webcast!

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I love my original old copy of “On The Beach” by Neil Young because…

I love my original old copy of #OnTheBeach by #NeilYoung because the pattern on the beach furniture is printed on the INSIDE - where the record goes! How cool is that! Samuel and I played "Motion Pictures" on our webcast today, replete with his sweet lap steel (he manages to sound just like the late, great #BenKeith!) and my harmonica on one of those dang neck braces where the harp seems to go away from you every time you try to play it.
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I love my original old copy of "On The Beach" by Neil Young because the pattern on the beach furniture is printed on the INSIDE – where the record goes! How cool is that! Samuel and I played "Motion Pictures" on our webcast today, replete with his sweet lap steel (he manages to sound just like the late, great Ben Keith!) and my harmonica on one of those dang neck braces where the harp seems to go away from you every time you try to play it.

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(And you'll also get some free mp3s!)

DC Cardwell’s first live webcast – 17th & 18th April 2014 on NuMuBu!

Momentous news! I will be making my first live webcasts on 17th & 18th April 2014!

Yes, two of them, so that you’ll able to find one that suits your time zone no matter where you are in the world.

What will I be playing?

Samuel will be playing with me on at least one, and maybe both shows. I’ll be playing some old faves, along with new songs from my upcoming album. I might even throw in a cover or two! We’ve practiced songs by Neil Finn and The Band but it will depend on how the mood takes us… or you can always fire requests at us via the live chat box.

(But we probably won’t do Freebird or Khe Sanh no matter how much you beg, I’m just telling you now.)

Thanks to NuMuBu

DC Cardwell-Numubu Webcast-April 2014-posterMusic network NuMuBu is the platform I’ve chosen for this broadcast. You don’t have to be a member to watch, and you’ll be able to chat with me live during the shows. There will also be a “tip jar” but it’s free to watch so there’s no obligation.

(Although you don’t have to be a member, I’d like to take this opportunity to recommend NuMuBu, especially to musicians, but also to music fans. It’s free to sign up, and you’ll be amazed at how many famous, nay, legendary artists are actively involved!)

When and where?

See the table below for a guide to the times in various time zones. And when it’s time to watch, just go to numubu.com/dccardwell and click on “Live Broadcasts” on the left hand side.  Easy!

You can even watch on your iPhone, iPad or Android device, but you will have to first download the Puffin browser and use that to view the shows. (But bear in mind that the free version of Puffin only works from 9 am to 4 pm! Huh… how about that!)

Time Zone EPISODE 1 EPISODE 2
Melbourne/Sydney Thu 8 pm (17th Apr) Fri 12 noon (18th Apr)
London/Belfast Thu 11 am Fri 3 am
NY/Toronto Thu 6 am Thu 10 pm
LA/Vancouver Thu 3 am Thu 7 pm
Other time zones Ep 1 click here Ep 2 click here
When it’s time to watch, go to the link below…
www.numubu.com/dccardwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victor Stranges and Samuel Stranges AKA Pop Preservation Society tore it up at Truth And Lib last night.

Victor Stranges & Samuel Stranges AKA Pop Preservation Society tore it up at Truth & Lib last night. www.victorstranges.com or www.soundcloud.com/poppreservationsociety

Victor Stranges and Samuel Strange (AKA Pop Preservation Society) tore it up at Truth And Lib last night.
www.victorstranges.com or www.soundcloud.com/poppreservationsociety

MUSIC AT THE MISSION: DC Cardwell & Victor Stranges live in Melbourne Docklands 22nd Mar 2013


♦MUSIC AT THE MISSION♦

Presented by Global Onslaught

Victor Stranges & DC Cardwell performed at the launch of this cozy & cool new venue in the Docklands heartland of Melbourne. The (mainly) acoustic show was performed in an intimate courtyard within the historic building, Mission To Seafarers, located in Flinders Street, Melbourne. The evening was presented by Global Onslaught and was the first night of a series of Music At The Mission shows.

Victor & DC performed their own songs to an enthusiastic audience, and also threw in a few covers, accompanied by Joel Cardwell on bass & guitar and Samuel Cardwell on bass & lap steel guitar. Up-and-coming Melbourne singer-songwriter Andrea Kocevska also performed some of her original songs with DC on guitar.

(Thanks to Mondo Quinn for most of these photos.)

Here’s a video of me (DC) singing “Know Me” at the gig, accompanied by Samuel on bass and Joel on guitar. We’d intended having the boys the other way round so Joel was a bit taken by surprise having to play a lead solo on it, but I think he came out of it with his reputation intact! (Thanks to Rod Neason for the clip.)

After the show, I asked someone about the mysterious dome that can be seen down the other end of the building (see the photo at the bottom of this page). I was led down to it and instructed to take my guitar too. Apparently it was a “personal experience” and no one would tell me what was special about it! It turned out that the acoustics are rather astounding. When you stand in the centre and try to speak, there is so much echo that you can’t make out what you’re saying and it’s almost impossible to say a whole sentence, never mind have a conversation! There’s an echo, slightly longer than a “slapback”, that actually seems louder than the original sound you make. When I played guitar, though, it sounded rather beautiful the way the sound bounced around, and I quite happily played it for a while. Then I was asked to sing The Beatles’ Blackbird, and I found it was a little easier to sing than speak. I wouldn’t say it was ideal acoustics for listening, but it was fascinating. Here’s a video that Rod Neason shot of me. Thanks to Jennifer Wallace for the impromptu harmonies!

Victor: www.victorstranges.com
DC: www.dccardwell.com
Andrea: www.reverbnation.com/andreakocevska
Global Onslaught: www.globalonslaught.com


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Mission To Seafarers, Melbourne Docklands
The dome is pretty cool, too!

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