My homage to Jaco and Joe Z!

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Ed DeGenaro, Oct 1, 2005.


  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Berry berry good Sahib......

    Great chimey gorgeous Krantzwellian cleans. Fantastic sir. Those cleans were rockin' even on my little laptop speakers!

    The whole percussion/guitar duo thing reminded me of the first cut on Signals for some reason. One of my all time fave cuts!

    Scott
     
  2. t0neg0d

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    Very nice melody in this song! Me likes a lot!!
     
  3. Nomadgtr

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    Loved the textural mix there Ed, not to mention the fact that I'm an old but devout WR fan. I like Scott's description - Krantzwellian! Although there's still no mistaking those degenaroesque splashes on the canvas. Good stuff Ed!
     
  4. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    I'll take the Krantz comment as a compliment any day, thanks.
     
  5. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    As you should! :AOK

    Sounds great, Ed.
     
  6. tonefreak

    tonefreak Member

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    This is by far my favorite clip from you!!
     
  7. Jim Soloway

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    A very clever (and very enjoyable) version of one of my favorite pieces of music. Would you mind explaining exactly what I'm listening to though? Are there two guitar tracks? A guitar and bass? Magic hands playing multiple parts at one time?
     
  8. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    There is an octave effect in the beginning other than that it
    s one guitar all the way through.
     
  9. Jim Soloway

    Jim Soloway Supporting Member

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    So magic hands it is. Very cool.
     
  10. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    This is faaaaaar from what say Tuck Andress could do wih that tune...
    But thanks nevertheless.
     
  11. duffyguitarman

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    Very cool Ed. What instrument are we listening to? At times it almost sounds like another type of string instrument, other times an acousitc git then sometimes a super clean elec.

    Peace,
    Duffy
     
  12. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Taylor T5.
     
  13. lhallam

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    Very cool Ed, love the tone and your clever arrangement.
     
  14. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Thanks Lance.
     
  15. SteveVHT

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    Excellent playing Ed...
    Next time you're in NY, you have to give me a lesson or two...
    I love it...
    Steve
     
  16. mykljpao

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    Yikes!!

    Although I've been a fan of your clips for a long time, this is the first that prompted me to write...spectacular ethereal groove.

    The highest compliment I can give is that you took a piece that is very well known, covered quite a bit, and absolutely made it your own while staying true to the spirit of the original....very difficult in my book. Loved the tiny melody changes. Also my first hearing of the T-5...scarey good. What were you playing through, or was it direct?

    thanks for sharing

    Michael
     
  17. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Was direct..thanks for the kind words.
    As for the small changes..those were unintentional. As in me screwing things up, but I ended up digging it.
     
  18. casazera

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    Sweet, smooth, soft and groovy!

    Great arrangement and awesome clean sound.

    See what you did....now I have to go find and listen to all your other clips

    Is the CD available soon?:)

    Great job ED.

    Cas.
     
  19. Ed DeGenaro

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    I'm a 3rd of the way done....Goal is by January but don't hold your breath. :)
     

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