Another one for the Album-to-be: More Ant & Ed

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Red Ant, Jun 8, 2005.

  1. Red Ant

    Red Ant Member

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    The usual disclaimers apply - needs live drums, horns, mix, yadda yadda... :)
    The 1st solo section will eventually be sax, but i felt like playing so there ;)

    Red Herring
     
  2. Jim Soloway

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    Way cool Anton. Forget the sax. It sounds just great with a guitar.
     
  3. scottl

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    Man Anton, I really dig this!

    Right up my alley bro! I want you on my next cd!

    Great outro solo Ed! Really shweet!
     
  4. Normster

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    Killer tune! dude :dude :dude :dude :dude
    Where do I sign up for the CD?:
     
  5. Red Ant

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    That's a nice compliment, Jim, but i really don't want to "over-guitar" this record. Lots of guitar is nice but groove and variety is what keeps people (myself incuded) listening :)
     
  6. melondaoust

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    Nice groove! Great tune!

    Lookin' forward to the finished product.
     
  7. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Ah this was very nice, loved the piece, just stuff one likes to hear at home at a lazy sunday with a mug of coffee.
     
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    Nice tune. Great playing.

    The first couple of beats reminded me of "Busted Up" by Robben Ford.

    Fancy posting the backing?

    thanks.

    M.
     
  9. Red Ant

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    No backing track for this one, sorry ;) Thanks for listening though! :)
     
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    Hwy, where did all the comradeship go? ;)

    M.
     
  11. ivers

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    Loved the backing stuff, nice and gritty, with sort of 70's vibe I guess. Great solos as well, think it would work great with a sax solo, in addition to the keys and guitar. FWIW, I agree with the 'over-guitar' point, it's always refreshing to hear other sounds in there IMO.
     
  12. RSRD

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    I'm enjoying these songs. Looking forward to the full length CD. Then I can crank it thru the car speakers!!

    ~thomas
     
  13. 8nthatK

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    Great groove.
     

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