How do you call this ?

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by leodiditright, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. leodiditright

    leodiditright Supporting Member

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  2. Cap'n Fingers

    Cap'n Fingers Member

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    Fun stuff!
    If you classify this tune based on the drum groove
    it's that fast country/Rock-a-billy thing.


    -Mike
     
  3. Sub-D

    Sub-D Guest

    I wouls agree with Cap'n Fingers...sounds like rockabilly, if you have to classify it...very cool tune and arrangement......and really well played.
     
  4. lhallam

    lhallam Member

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    I'd call it well done and fun.
     
  5. leodiditright

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    Thanks guys, this tune was recorded in early 90's at the time of my first CD, but released in 99 on my third CD. For folks who could be interested, on my first CD, legendary drummer-composer Ronald Shannon Jackson (Vernon Reid musical's father) is playing drums on 2 tracks and flute on a duet with me. On the duet I'm playing a 1956 Gibson ES225 TN. On my second CD, my old friend Jean-Paul Bourelly and myself are doing a long improvisational piece and my third CD has duet pieces with lapsteel guitar. I'm gonna post some on Soundclicks.
     
  6. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    Redneck Panic sounds like jazz to me, sax? improvisation? that's jazz. Same with Splashin'
     

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