Rocked out Stevie Wonder backing track

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by OleRoy, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. OleRoy

    OleRoy Member

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    For those of you interested in a little rock/blues lead practice, wear this homegrown track out:
    http://www.rockboxpedalboards.com/higherGroundJam.wma

    Feedback is welcome...oh, and there's a nasty 8-bar intro, so don't judge too quickly.

    Time to dust off your wah and distortion pedals, 'cause there's no jazz here.

    Enjoy.

    RC
     
  2. Robert1950

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    Nice and raw. Would like to hear a lead track over it.
     
  3. OleRoy

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    That "nice and raw" comment just made my day. That's what I go for in just about all of my music, whether it's covering someone else, or original.

    I'm not much of a lead guitar player, and this was intended to be a jam track for you guys to play along with (with your own lead), but since you asked, here's a one-take lead deal I did this afternoon with the track. There's a short lead part at the beginning, followed by a short verse, and then a lead part with no regard for verses, choruses, or anything else...it just won't stop.

    You've been warned.

    http://www.rockboxpedalboards.com/HGJamWithSolo.wma


    RC
     
  4. anyone

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    Killer! Thanks.
     

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