Sunshine of Yer Luv-Jungle/Jazz

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  1. johnfindlay

    johnfindlay Member

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    Sunshine of Your Love-Jungle Jazz

    I thought I'd have some fun trying to fit this into my own style-whateva that is...

    course nothings ever "the same as it ever was"...!

    JF
     
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    Loved it!!!!!

    Can't wait for the cd John! Any updates on labels???

    Killer funky vibe dude! Loved the jazzy solo section!
     
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    cheers Scott-oohhh--Im takin Giant Steps in that direction...:RoCkIn
     
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    Trippy stuff, John! Funk to Jazz to Psychadelic. Loved the ending. Kinda reminded me of "Soul Cages" :)
     
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    mmmm keep 'em coming bud... I got a 60 gig MP3 player :)

    Love the quartal / whole tone thang.. and was waiting for Miles to play 3 or 4 notes at the end.
    Suuueeet

    HJ
     
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    Cool, well done. Are those real drums or some kind of s/w?
     
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    Duuude,I loved it!Keep 'em comin'!Friggin' awesome!


    Vlad
     
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    First class stuff as always!!!
    /A
     
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    Im workin as fast as my wife will let me stay un-employed-so leave some disc space!!!!! LOL!!!!!

    lhallam---thats called Artist Drum Grooves-so its Simon Phillips-
    also Denis Chambers is on it to-its like a huge VST sample library.

    if you hear my cover versions its really just for fun & cuz Im burnt out from writing lyrics-which for me is like writing end of year exams!So
    im not sure if Ill ever even be able to put it on a CD legally-however I have alot of orig. so Im not worried.

    Anyone blown thru Dolphin Dance recently???-my favorite all time tune!


    er-----------ScottL--------------------er--get them cigars!!!!:BEER

    i want to do a version somehow.....one day.

    JF
     
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    John,

    That sounds great as always, but you never seem to have a problem throwing in another twist on a great song!

    I can't wait until your CD is done.
     
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    Really dig that funkay version, john!

    What kind of guitar? Amp?
     
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    very cool. After playing that song a million times, this is awesome to hear.

    Gregory
     
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    That rocked man. Love your vocals too! :dude:dude
     
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    Im glad ya like it-i know its a tad schizo!!!-I was worried i had botched it--like alot of guys around here - this probably- IS the first thing I learned-with my thumb -guitar facing up on my lap!

    mbratch: the amp is Bogner Metropolis-60 Strat with Haromonic Design pu's into a Xotic BB-I rode the gain on the xotic for different sections-thats a pretty awesome pedal-very dynamic!!

    MusicGearGuys & slackandsteel----:thanx-it was a nice ride for me too-god knows if i can pull it off live.

    j
     
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    SO musical at all times. I loved it. Nice vocal harmonies as well. 1st class musicianship all the way around. :AOK
     
  16. Crazyquilt

    Crazyquilt Guitar Dad Silver Supporting Member

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    Ni-ice. Take one tired, cliched song, and give it a good case of THA FUNK. Eddie Hazel would be proud. Funk get ready to rock!
     
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    Neato, man! That was endlessly :hiP and groovy! There's a lightness to your clips... sounds like you're having a blast!!! It's cool. Fun done right.
     
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    Crazyquilt & Pickhead-thanks alot-ya the whole isea is to have fun-go for
    a ride !

    Darn!!!-is any-one gonna nail that quote I put in that isn't the cream????
    Maybe its to subtle -ohhh lords of jazz!!!:Dwhere art tho!

    j
     
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    That was niiiiiice! Da groove is good. :AOK
     
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    I dunno.... Sounded a little like a quote from Scophile at 2:52...
     

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