My take on a cool Ed backing -from July

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  1. scottl

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    Here is my quicky take over a super cool backing Ed graciously provided back in July. So long ago I can't remember the speaker I used. Maybe EVM.....

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/audix/EdNewPlate2.MP3

    Thanks for listening.....

    Hopefully I'll have new clips soon. Been really bogged down at home with the pesky babies. LOL

    Scott
     
  2. journo

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    Hi Scott,

    Very interesting phrasing in this one. My next BT will most probably be influenced by this in some small way? Small meaning I'm not capabale at doing this in a big way. :D

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  3. L5player

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    Hey Scott,

    That was a fun listen! I really like all the twists and turns you were doing. It complimented Ed's cool backing very nicely!

    So tell me, how fast can you change a diaper now? hehe I know you are getting a lot of practice these days. :)

    Thanks for the clip. I know it's probably pretty hard to find time to do these and I certainly enjoy every one I hear from you. :dude

    Jim
     
  4. scottl

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    Thanks Jim and Mats! I thought there were a few interesting phrases in this one. Glad you guys dug them!
     
  5. Myron Stratis

    Myron Stratis Supporting Member

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    Damn! Your phrasing, tone and touch is always silky smooth Scott... Loved it!
     
  6. Normster

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    I kinda had to grow into this one. The intro was a little over my head, but once you got cookin', I was there with you. :dude
     
  7. Ed DeGenaro

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    Me too. For some reason, listening to it makes me want to go learn some Wayne Shorter tunes... :confused:
     
  9. CerpinVolta

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    Very nice and interesting phrasing. I always enjoy listing to your clips. Keep up the good work!:dude
     
  10. marinblues

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    Good to see you Scott!

    The bit from 00:44 to 00:56 was simply ace. :dude:
     
  11. gsozz

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    Great phraising and smooth as silk playing as always.
    Every time I listen to you I want to cop your licks but am reminded that I don't know where your going or how you get there. You seem to use thirds, fourths, fifths and arpeggios like the rest of us use scales. amazing stuff there Scott.:AOK
     
  12. chinatown

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    very cool clip!!!I love it
     
  13. Weldaar

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    That backing is tough to follow. Your take was excellent.

    As always:AOK
     
  14. mailman

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    Scottl, I usually love all your work, but this one eludes me. Alas, I guess I'm musically grounded, while you're willing to escape the stratosphere. Happy landings.;)
     
  15. Unburst

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    Great clip Scott!
    Love how you play with the tonality.

    Awesome backing too Ed!
     
  16. scottl

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    Hey, it's really nice up here! A bit chilly.... But nice view.

    :D
     
  17. scottl

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    Thanks for all the nice comments guys! I'll be back posting real soon... I actually fired up the rig this morning. ;)
     
  18. kirk95

    kirk95 Jazz Lines You Can Use in the Blues Silver Supporting Member

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    Sounds great as always scott...tone..phrasing...touch...and cool melodic development in and out...

    Killer! :dude
     
  19. ivers

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    Great stuff, Scott! You're exploring some very interesting harmonic territory here IMO. Excellent time as well, and tone was very appropriate for the phrasing.
     
  20. BluePowder

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    I missed this backing track, I tried searching the boards but I can't seem to find it. Will someone be kind enough to send it to me please? Or at least tell me where I can download it?

    Many Thanks
     

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