Reharmed brilliance by Luc

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  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    I love the reharms at the end of this... Sylvain is the shizz.

    Also, nice to see Sylvain bust out that ending lick that Bireli could not respond too! Genius!

    Love Bireli's soling with thumb and his tasty chord melody work too.

     
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    Reharm stuff is after the 6 minute mark. Sylvain does sick reharms against Bireli's melody. Especially on the tag ending from about 6:50 on
     
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    :omg Damn ... such great stuff Scotty...!!

    When doing Piano duets ...
    Weber Iago was legendary (or infamous depending on how you'd want to look at it ...lol)
    around here for hiring singers, sax (flute) players etc. & instructing them to sing/play the melody very straight
    without much improv or variation so he could have the freedom to reharmonization the tune on the fly. ...

    Then he'd go back to the regular changes for their solos ....

    Of course, having no bass player helps facilitate such ...
     
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    Man... that was great... everybody else can just go home now:omg
     
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    The reharms sound like some Don Grolnick stuff. Nice. Man, I miss Don.

    It seems these two love playing together.
     
  6. TNJ

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    Wow...Sylvain does magic on that nylon stringer.
    Bireli simplified some during the reharm section I think.
    Maybe he was a bit unsure as to where Sylvain was going???
    I sure would be. It sounded like he kept his riffing (relatively) simpler to ground the tune during the tag ending.
    But the combination of them both was pure bliss to listen to.
    Our band does this tune as part of the standards we do during dinner gigs...dont think we'll do it this way, but I got some ideas from Bireli.
    Sylvain is WAY over my head.
    Anyway...I didn't miss the bass/drums. Who needs a rhythm section when you have these two!!!

    Thanks Scotty!
    S.
    j
     

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