Some "Blues changes" and some "Bird Changes"

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by cdaloia, May 10, 2012.

  1. cdaloia

    cdaloia Member

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    Just me, myself and my roots. As a teenager hearing all of the killer organ trios w/ the greatest of the greats playing guitar I was able to cross that bridge and start to hear it...a little. They played blues changes like these.
    http://www.chuckdaloiamusic.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/cdsjazzguitar.mp3

    While we're at it, here's a clip of my tune "Bird House" These changes took a lot longer to start hearing..

    http://chuckdaloiamusic.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/bhclip.mp3

    Chuck
     
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    Again with the way too short clip! This had potential to be one of my faves!
     
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    That's what I want to be when I grow up!
     
  5. mattz

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    That was great. I love that kind of sound and style(Sco, Wes, Green).

    I can listen to that for hours.

    What kind of gear are you using on that?
     
  6. tdarian

    tdarian Gold Supporting Member

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    So sweet Chuck.
     
  7. les

    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Oh yeah.... that's so nice... loved it... I agree with Scott - too short, we need more!
     
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    That's fun stuff. Do I hear a thumb throughout that?
     
  9. cdaloia

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    Thanks Jostein!

    Hey Scott. I was checking out the jazz tone w/ my amp, longer clips in the future..

    Like the old joke sez, ya can't have both :)

    Thanks mattz, me too. I was playing a Hofner Verythin CT ($500 335 style guitar) w/ DiMarzio 36 ann pickups into a RedPlate CDS. A little bit of Hermida verb in the loop

    Thanks for listening Tom, appreciated.

    Thanks Les, I've got to start making longer clips...BTW, it's Friday..hint, hint..

    Good ears Gary, thanks. When I was 19 I tossed the pick for about 6 months because I wanted to be Wes:nuts...I still love that sound and feel.

    Appreciate everyone checking it out. I spent a lot of years playing in that style and will always dig it.

    Chuck
     
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    Yeah, baby...... Sweet tone.
     
  11. marsos52

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    i just love all the sides of your musically abilty.

    just when i think i know your tone and what you play best, another side of you comes out.
     
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    Smooth....... I wanted more and was robbed. Well you know I'm a fan, everything you do is gold
     
  13. cdaloia

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    Thanks Dave..my roots.

    That's a very nice thing to say, thank you marsos. I played in that style for many years (and still do)

    Sorry Woody I've been hearing a lot of that lately. Glad that you liked it and right back atcha, I dig your playing and you are one of the kings of tone around here IMO.

    Chuck
     
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  14. cpike

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    I won't gripe about it being too short ;) but would sure like to hear more! :D
     
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    yeah chucky! beautiful laid back feel and righteous tone. you should post a clip of you playing over that donna lee backing track that you had at the amp show a few years ago. that sh!t was burning!!!
     
  16. cdaloia

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    Thanks CP! Check the next post.

    Chuck
     
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    BuddyGuit Silver Supporting Member

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    I Chuck. I thought I recognized those changes. Well ........ I recognized em when YOU play over them. When I try to play over them ...... well ...... I hear NOTHING and it comes out sounding like that..... nothing! You are such a fine player Chuck. No joke.
     
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    okay, the history of Joe Pass, Herb Ellis, & PM in two clips ??? Wut ?
     
  20. cdaloia

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    Buddy, you are too kind. Thank you for the support, used to play DL w/ Nick B. all of the time. But he played it fast...scary following him...I got over it tho (It only took about 15 years ; )

    Too kind Bam, I am humbled to even be in the same sentence as the players that you mention..

    Thanks bud, check's in the mail!

    Chuck
     

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