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Old 05-03-2012, 06:57 AM
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No Hi-Jack intended here but, if I may?
I grew up in the 50's and played all the reed instruments in the High School but then I discovered Rock n Roll and the guitar - - - much to my parents disappointment (but they got over it). This is my favorite Studio Cut of all times (a hard thing to say) and it typifies what makes me feel good music wise. I know you've probably heard this but, if not, pay attention to how Danny plays the first part of his lead rides just like Scotty Moore did in the Sun and RCA studios and then he puts the "Gatton from another planet Picker" touch on the second one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM5dffY1qpA

Enjoy and long live ALL GOOD MUSIC !
WR

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I used to have one of his albums - 88 Elmira Street - I think it was one of his last before he sadly passed away. Great stuff.

For some reason, it reminded me of this - one of the most amazing bass players ever...

Country Music



Anyway, here's another one of ours I found...

Milestones
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:02 AM
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Hamm would be my second choice over Victor Wooten and that's still a compliment to him. My youngest son is a Bassist and Hamm is his favorite also. There's some young Negro Bassists in various R&B groups around Houston that would blow your mind too.
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No Hi-Jack intended here but, if I may?
I grew up in the 50's and played all the reed instruments in the High School but then I discovered Rock n Roll and the guitar - - - much to my parents disappointment (but they got over it). This is my favorite Studio Cut of all times (a hard thing to say) and it typifies what makes me feel good music wise. I know you've probably heard this but, if not, pay attention to how Danny plays the first part of his lead rides just like Scotty Moore did in the Sun and RCA studios and then he puts the "Gatton from another planet Picker" touch on the second one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM5dffY1qpA

Enjoy and long live ALL GOOD MUSIC !
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Thanks Em, I probably have listened to this guy many times, I love this style of music but never paid any attention to the artist, one of my shortcomings when it comes to music. Got him playing in the background while I go through my daily internet foolishness....lol. Dan
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Old 05-03-2012, 11:25 AM
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You are more than welcome, Dan, I have his cassette tape "Cruisin' Dueces" that I've played until my windows rattle more than before - - - - - it's probably ready for a replacement.

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No Hi-Jack intended here but, if I may?
I grew up in the 50's and played all the reed instruments in the High School but then I discovered Rock n Roll and the guitar - - - much to my parents disappointment (but they got over it). This is my favorite Studio Cut of all times (a hard thing to say) and it typifies what makes me feel good music wise. I know you've probably heard this but, if not, pay attention to how Danny plays the first part of his lead rides just like Scotty Moore did in the Sun and RCA studios and then he puts the "Gatton from another planet Picker" touch on the second one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM5dffY1qpA

Enjoy and long live ALL GOOD MUSIC !
WR
I bought that CD when just released and it still sounds to me like I have never heard it, it's fresh and sounds new every time I hear it. What a shame we had to loose him.

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Found out the keyboard is a Korg - the keys aren't weighted, so it'll be left at home in favor of a better one for live performances.

We've been getting together regularly now since Christmas & decided it wouldn't be a bad idea to work out the formats for the tunes ready for gigging.

I'm very proud of what we've achieved so far & thought I'd share with you a few of the tunes we've recorded at recent sessions.

The Promise

Sookie Sookie

Mister PC

Caravan

Songe D'Automne

Cantaloupe Island

Ummh

Mercy Mercy Mercy

Walk On By/Bring Down The Birds

Please bear in mind they are all w.i.p. & recorded on a Nokia phone...

I'd really appreciate feedback from you all, so please take the weight off, grab a cuppa, put your feet up & have a listen.

Very nice stuff, damn I wish you guys were playing around here I really miss going out to a nice night of music like that. I was recently looking around as my wife and I really enjoy that but without going out quite aways it's pretty tough.

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What a shame we had to loose him.
Brian
I either say that or think it everytime Danny comes back into my life.
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Thanks for the kind comments, guys.

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Very nice stuff, damn I wish you guys were playing around here
Brian, I wish we could, too. It's not only about playing the music, it's also about playing the music to people who appreciate it.

If we make it to Carnegie Hall, I'll put your name on the guest list.
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If we make it to Carnegie Hall, I'll put your name on the guest list.
?Carnegie Hall? - - - isn't that a Dance Hall over by Luchenbach?

If it's in Texas, put me on the guest list also.
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Well, we had another session on Friday & managed to run through the two sets we'd compiled & I recorded some of the tracks I didn't already have.
The main reason I've been doing this is so we can practise the formats.

Anyway, for your listening pleasure/pain...

Affirmation

Chameleon

And the title theme from the movie Bullitt
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Well, we recorded some tunes & have them hosted on a site if you fancy a listen...



Our version of Caravan

http://soundcloud.com/the-fine-line-quartet/caravan
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S'me again - - - - am I the only one that listens and likes this stuff?

No doubt Y'all are accomplished musicians and there's no limit to what you can or will probably do so keep on keepin' on

BTW, that's the first time I've ever heard Caravan played thru with the same constant meter and I think I LIKE IT ! All the players that I have ever played that song with always changed the meter on the bridge and kinda 4/4 swung it and then back to the previous meter again.

Good Stuff - - - don't stop just because I'm the only one that comments. - - OK
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Old 06-12-2012, 12:19 AM
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Thanks, man! We have no intention of stopping. In fact, the bookings are now coming in, so you can't be the only one that likes it...

All the best!
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I had missed these last few posts. Affirmation is my favorite, very cool stuff.

Brian
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