Footprints?

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  1. Red Ant

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    Inspired by the Dominique Di Piazza video posted in the Lounge, i had to hit this one - been about a dozen years since i tried so excuse the mangled head ;)

    Pawprints

    Backing Track
     
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    One of my fave tunes. I spring it on guys at open mics all the time. Too many drummers can't do 6/8.

    Nice take Red. Like you use of repetition.

    Ed, you never cease to entertain. Love the fire.
     
  5. Red Ant

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    I gotta go get the papers, get the papers... ;)
     
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    You're right - it IS hilarious! LOL! :)
     
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    Great track Ant! I'm all over this baby! In the morning....

    Ant-killer tone and sweet motific ideas. Smooth and silky the way I love it. Great take.

    Ed- Other than the dog party, I think I preferred the mp3 take. Nice ideas and cool tones. Some interesting harmonic things going on there. :dude

    Can't wait to jump on this one!

    Scott
     
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    Very cool song, Ant. I've been living under a rock for most of my life so I've never heard this one before. (I did my homework though and listened to the Wayne Shorter version. ;) )

    I love your tone and playing, but I especially appreciate the education I'm getting on jazz standards. Thanks for sharing!

    I'm gonna work on this tomorrow. :D
     
  10. scottl

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    One of my fave tunes Norm... Here is my old version off of my site. I have the Aebersold if you want..... http://www.scottlernermusic.com/music/Footprints.mp3
     
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    Sjones-Footprints 2005

    Thanks Anton for the great backing track!

    I had fun on my birthday doing this!

    Peace,

    Scott
     
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    GREAT take man!

    Unbelievably soulful, hip, and with a tone that's not pretentious.

    :dude
     
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    I've loved this version for a long time!

    You have the perfect tone that fits your playing to a "t".

    Looking forward to your take over the Anton track.
     
  15. scottl

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    Happy Birthday!

    Hmmm.... Ever since seeing Scott live you are riding the bar?? LOL

    Awesome stuff! A bit microtonal maybe? Was that on purpose or a side effect of the bar? In any event, I may not post now you bastard! J/k... If I can sneak downstairs now, I'll try and give it a go.

    :cool:
     
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    Yeah, I'm not really doing the "bar" thing all the time, just on this take, and every now and then.....

    I was actually going for some microtonal things.....just trying out something different.....

    Now, get to tracking YOUR take!

    :mad:
     
  17. Ed DeGenaro

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    Not even gonna start trying to figure this one out. I just assume it's some lame passive-aggressive slag.
     
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    I think it was a compliment! Here is the definition of machinations (this is the word Scott meant) You have to admit, your piece was quite elaborate and devious! Scotty sure knows his syntax! Now I know not to cut heads with him on teh axe or with the pen!

    Syllables: mach-i-na-tion

    Part of Speech noun
    Pronunciation mae kih ne shEn
    mae shih ne shEn
    Definition 1. scheming or plotting, esp. for a devious purpose.
    Synonyms contriving {contrive (vi)} , intrigue (2) , plotting {plot1 (vi)} , scheming {scheme (vi)}
    Similar Words conniving {connive}
    Definition 2. (usu. pl.) elaborate or devious schemes.
    Synonyms intrigues (1) , schemes (1) , tactics (3) , stratagems (2) , plots {plot1 (2)} , designs (6)
    Similar Words ploys , maneuvers , conspiracies {conspiracy} , ruses , wiles , devices

    Related Words conspiracy , trap , plot , device , complicity
     
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    Btw, I escaped into the basement for 10 minutes this morning but was not able to get set up before I had to get ready for work. I'll try to do it later.

    Scott
     

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