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Alexander Averin

Sunday, 24 February 2008

My Son...Open Your Eyes - Snow Patrol cover

I cannot believe this is a year old, my son's first go at recording on YouTube
To listen you will have to stop my other songs on the right, click on PAUSE button with your mouse.


10 comments:

WesterWitch/Headmistress said...

Eeeek had problems listening to the video as I had your music playing as well and I couldn't work out how to listen to just the video.

Pipany said...

Yes, I had the same thing but it was amazing how well they fitted together! Your son has a great voice Cait and boy can he play that guitar; you must be very proud. Lovely blog too xx

Wizzard said...

pretty brilliant Cait.

has he taken it any further since he made that video?

Wx

Cait O'Connor said...

He writes his own songs mainly, I wish he could try and get someone in the music business to hear them.

Fennie said...

You have a very talented son, Cait, and so cool in front of the camera.


(Took me a while to find the Pause button too!)

Wenda said...

Talent, voice and good looks! What a great combination. I haven't read back far enough yet to hear more about him, but I hope he is thriving and pursuing his gifts.

CAMILLA said...

Dear Cait,

You must be so proud of your Son, brilliant piece of music composed by your Son, and he sings with wonderful passion. Wishing him lots of luck in the music business.

My Son plays electric guitar and used to play the drums in a band many years ago, but mainly only for charity. My Son loves music, sadly he does not have a lovely voice like yours. Dont give up Cait's Son, keep at it, lots of talent there.

Camilla.xx

Cait O'Connor said...

Camilla, thank you for your kind comments but he did not compose this song, 'tis a Snow Patrol cover. But he has written lots of really lovely stuff.

KittyB said...

Excellent!

KAREN said...

Great voice! Reminds me a bit of my brother who taught himself to play the guitar many years ago and plays in a band now.

Annoyingly, I'm still trying to learn the guitar and not getting very far!