Creating the most British track ever

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Here's the Shakespeare performance I tested:.

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0:00 Intro.
1:40 Piano.
2:09 Mellotron.
2:29 Drums.
2:50 Stylophones.
3:52 Shakespeare.

Creating the most British track ever

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  1. If this isn’t just a cover of The Kinks’ “Autumn Almanac” I’ll be disappointed

  2. Well, I’m convinced: all my basslines are going to be played on Stylophone from now on. 🇬🇧

  3. 2:15 I’ve always wondered why this sound/method of playing chords is so popular. There are tons of songs that use it in some form, the most popular one i can think of right now is Lena Raine – Pigstep from Minecraft

    1. It’s a really common “Beatlesque” thing to do… I Am The Walrus, Strawberry Fields, Imagine, Don’t Look Back In Anger 😅

  4. If George Martin was the fifth Beatle, David Bennet is definitely the sixth. Your evocation of their sound was really convincing!

    1. @Romina you cant really influence music in a “negative way.” for example if yoko had made johns music more bluesy, and i dont like blues, its not that johns music is worse per se but not my taste. (though i do like blues.)

    2. @Antonín Dvořák being influential doesn’t make you a member of the beatles tho

    3. @Rominai guess not but she still was fairly important, and not to be rude, but i don’t recall epstein ever recording a song.

  5. YES David! Can hear all the refsssss very British Indeed! Good luck xxx

  6. Sounds like the Kate Bush revival is happening at exactly the right time for this contest!

  7. As a fellow Brit, this video almost made me spill my tea all over my bloody crumpets, mate.

  8. I definitely hear a little bit of Dear prudence and walrus in there and they blend so nicely

  9. Sounds like a mix between Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and Dear Prudence. Love it

    1. Funny, I’d have said Strawberry Fields Forever and I Am The Walrus…the beginning at least. Later on, I can see (hear?) the others.

    2. I used the chord progression that is used in both “Lucy in the sky” and “Dear Prudence” so that will be why 😊

  10. Congratulations on getting through an entire Stylophone video without mentioning Rolf Harris. I would not have been able to show such restraint.
    Killer composition, absolutely nailed it.

    1. Cheers man! There’s a documentary about Stylophone which I was going to show some clips from but it was hard to find a bit which didn’t feature either Rolf Harris and/or Jimmy Saville 😅😖

  11. The added lines from theatre performance reminded me of Public Service Broadcasting band which, surprise, are londoneers. It all comes together! British at its finest

  12. That is actually really good. Has such a 60s, 70s British rock sound.

  13. This chord progression and even the melody, sound a lot like “Firth of Fifth” by Genesis, which is arguably the most english sounding song ever.

  14. The path is clear
    Though no eyes can see
    The course laid down long before
    And so with gods and men
    The sheep remain inside their pen
    Though many times they’ve seen the way to leave
    He rides majestic
    Past homes of men
    Who care not or gaze with joy
    To see reflected there
    The trees, the sky, the lily fair
    The scene of death is lying just below

  15. There are lots of youtubers that play one instrument really really well, like Davie504. But things are at a whole other level with these people who have actual music degrees. We don’t often see David play other instruments, but honestly we shouldn’t be surprised when we see David play drums and bass or Adam Neely play classical guitar and piano or Charles Bertoud plays piano. Of *course* they studied all of these other instruments and have a well-rounded background in broad aspects of music.

  16. Sounds like if Earthbound was remade and that was an opening track or something… LOVE IT!

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