For Jazz lovers; The other side of telewacker

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by telewacker, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. telewacker

    telewacker Supporting Member

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    Beautiful Paul ... Simply Beautiful
    (& breath-ful too .. if there is such a word ...:)

    Outstanding musicianship ... Hat's off to you sir ...
     
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    Outstanding............ Paul please do a CD this one track is reason enough to buy it. :jo
     
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    Fantastic.
    Man, your one hell of a musician. Beautiful phrasing.
     
  5. telewacker

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    Thanks fellas! I'm working on compiling enough material to do both a jazz cd and guitar oriented instrumental cd. I just started recording with a home studio pretty recently and I'm starting to get over the initial hump in the learning curve for the gear. I still can't figure how to get my drum machine and DAW to talk to each other via midi though.....
     
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    Beautiful tone and fantastic playing. At some point in my life I'm going to try to learn how to play sax, it's such a cool instrument. Definitely let us know if you record an album. :AOK
     
  7. hemlock

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    That was great. I really like how your music gets into my head- like I'm listening to it with more than my ears. very cool stuff.
     
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    Great take on a classic Paul!

    Chuck
     
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    Damn man at about 2:30 I ran out of breath just listening to it!

    Quit it man!:BEER
     
  12. Carl_Tone

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    My first instrument was clarinet...I really should have gotten over my aversion to spit and reeds...

    Anyway you are someplace alot of us would like to be...


    congrats...

    beautiful jazz.

    I am the biggest fan of your organ trio stuff and would like to have it all in my collection.
     
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    Damn, I fell out of chair groove'n to it...One of my favourite all time sounds. Real nice phrasing man:drink
     
  14. telewacker

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    Thanks so much for the kind words! I'm glad you all enjoyed it!
     
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    Awesome stuff man.

    Got any clips of you playing a Tele?
     
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    Strangely, no. I didn't do any recording for a long time. Just gigging and lots of practicing. I'll put together another Tele someday, but I have become really attached to the whammy. It's such a part of my note shaping now that it's like an appendage. However on the live Big Trio clips there are times I'm able to get a very Tele-ish whine and snarl out of my Strat's back pickup...
     
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    beautiful playing - thanks for posting that!
     
  18. telewacker

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    Thanks bro!!
     
  19. Ed Alvarado

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    Wow...that was just absolutely beautiful! Thank You!
     
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