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Ray Vanderby - Mockingbird Blues (2010)

7-09-2014, 04:18
Music | Blues

Ray Vanderby - Mockingbird Blues (2010)

Artist: Ray Vanderby
Title Of Album: Mockingbird Blues
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Blue Pie
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:53 Min
Total Size: 108 Mb


1. Further Up The Road
2. Lucky Guy
3. Don't You Leave Me
4. Why Why Why
5. Mockingbird Blues
6. Come See About Me
7. In Your Mood
8. Steamy Jeanine
9. Bad Boy
10. The Way Love Is
11. If You Don't Want My Lovin'
12. Lead Me On
13. I Don't Know
14. Dedicated To The One I Love

Ray Vanderby is a musician who plays organ, piano, keyboards, guitar and he is also a frontman singer. Ray is a song writer, composer, producer, director, piano tuner, with a career that started in the late 60's playing the Hammond M100 organ. Ray Vanderby was born 17th January 1953 in Apeldoorn Holland, migrated to Australia in 1959 and grew up in Orange NSW. Ray started playing Heart and Soul by ear one day suddenly on the Orange Methodist Church Sunday School Hall piano. One year later at the age of 12 he began playing at various functions throughout Central West NSW.

Ray held a 4 year residency at the Hotel Canobolas and Duntryleague Golf Club playing weddings and functions. At 16 he became a piano tuner and started improvising. He taught himself how to play the piano and was influenced by Keith Emerson, Robert Fripp, Mussorgsky, Debussy, Grieg, Bach and also Jimmy Smith, Andre Previn, Miles Davis and Dave Brubeck. Vanderby also played hymns at the Orange Baptist Church. Ray is primarily a self taught musician, playing mainly by ear although he studied under Gordon Smee for a few months.

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