Knitting Factory improv gig...audio in here

lhallam

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Ed, man I wish I could have been there.

Wonderfull stuff all around. What a friggin bass solo!

Great hi-hat work.

Assuming I recognize you're playing, your intonation is remarkable. I messed with a fretless last week and just couldn't wrap my fingers around landing on the fretmarker. It just made me appreciate your abilities even more.

Can you give us the line-up again?

Rowdy audience, :) you must be in NYC. I love New Yorkers. They are some of the greatest people on the planet and are poorly stereotyped around this country.
 

Ed DeGenaro

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Originally posted by lhallam
Ed, man I wish I could have been there.

Wonderfull stuff all around. What a friggin bass solo!

Great hi-hat work.

Assuming I recognize you're playing, your intonation is remarkable. I messed with a fretless last week and just couldn't wrap my fingers around landing on the fretmarker. It just made me appreciate your abilities even more.

Can you give us the line-up again?

Rowdy audience, :) you must be in NYC. I love New Yorkers. They are some of the greatest people on the planet and are poorly stereotyped around this country.
What fretmarkers? :)
It was me...obviously, Eric Rhodes sat in (he's the one with the thinner tone, with no octave box), and the rhythm section was local...harri Gangleberger (who plays with fellow forumite jeff mcErlain(amazing guy that can go from Krantz to mondo burn in a heart beat), and the bass player was Orlando...can't remeber his last name.
it was great when he came to the gig he hadn't learned any of the material so my instructions were...when I leave a whol...BURN! :)

Look Ma...no fretmarkers...

 

markp

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Originally posted by garyrogue
Nice stuff, thanks for the perk this afternoon.
Gary
Very cool clip,love the huge tone an always love the long clips.

Hey Gary,
Are you going to the Carl V show again tonite?
 




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