A few live video clips from last week - killer bandmates

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by scottl, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Thanks Shawn! Means a lot coming from the master!


     
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    Thoughtful, inventive, and all-around stellar musicality! Loved "The Chicken" - tight and tangy!
     
  3. ChicagoFraize

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    Such lines Scott! Cantaloupe was killer. Looks like your laid back and having fun. Thanks for posting!

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    :agree... with Goomba I totally concur ... thumbs way up.
    Great fuggin' band too ... wow!!!!
     
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    I concur...Cantaloupe was best of the bunch.
    Also agree...that pianist is a monstah...reminds me of Tom Coster!

    Love the outside lineage you got goin' on, man.

    Keep the gigs happening with this lineup if you can!

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    Cool videos and great playing as expected. Too bad the rest of the guys don't want more exposition..
     
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    Very nice, Scott! I echo all the "it's good to hear you in a band context" sentiments. Great to hear people are playing music like this in our neck of the woods too. Would love to come out and see you guys if you play again.

    Dave
     
  8. scottl

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    Thanks Kush!
    I need to get with these guys more!

    Other than the inadvertant fleeting maj3 on the Dmin7, near the beginning, and the weird out end, Canteloupe was my fave too! Thanks for listening! Hope to see you soon....

     
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    Very nice, Scott! Lovely tone and phrasing, and it's awesome that you've found bandmates that inspire you. I've often wondered why you don't gig more, hope to see more live clips in the near future. What guitar are you playing these days?
     
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    Dude- Awesome tone and playing. Liked them all, but always like The Chicken. What amp?
     
  11. scottl

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    These guys are ridiculous... They were way subdued here. If I get permission, I'll post full clips.
    Thanks Steve! If we can find paying venues, we'll do more playing for sure! Thanks for listening! Frank, the pianist, is way more Herbie influence to my ears, but Tom is a beast too!


     
  12. scottl

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    Thanks asintoras! I'll check with the drummer.... As long as he says OK, then I can post the full clips.

    Thanks Dave! I'll let you know. Fwiw, Frank Strauss the pianist, lives in Manyunk.

     
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    Scott, I love your swing to death. You've got a sick feel. Nasty. And 1:38 on Cantaloupe Island blew my nosehairs off.
     
  14. scottl

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    Thanks! So busy and no $$ to book a group like this in the area. Lots of duo work if you want it.... I want fusion full monty! That is my Carruthers CSA. Spruce and hollow. 24 3/4 scale. Ebony neck.

    Thanks Kenny! Glad we met on here. Love your stuff!!! We dig much of the same things, I think.

     
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    Killing band, fat geetar! You don't need no stinkin' rehearsals!
     
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    Great Playing, Great big fat tone! Love how you bounce off the positive and negative polarities on your way in and out.
     
  17. scottl

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    I used my Bludo Ojai, but with a Zen on clean channel. Venue was tiny and I wanted to make sure I had volume control on the OD.

    Thanks for listening!

    Thanks man! Means a lot from a beast like you..... All about the feel. Something that I really work on. You got it in spades too! Thanks for the nice comment. Canteloupe had that one moment. Too bad about that errant maj3 earlier on!!! Hope the nose hairs grow back.... :eeks

     
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    Great playing both from you and the band - really enjoyed listening!
     
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    Sounds good Scott, improv is where it's at!
     

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