The Good, the Drunk, and the Noisey...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by fatback, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. fatback

    fatback Member

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    ...that pretty well sums up the audience at a small cafe gig I had last Wednesday in the Mission here in SF. My friend Jeff Mooney, (from the Tunnel Jam vid.), has a regular night at the Revolution Cafe and sometimes I sit in with him and play our ussual laid-back improv jams. He handles percusion, keyboard/bass, and vocals while I get the luxury of just playing guitar. ;)

    This particular night there was a book reading/signing before us which attracted an overflow crowd. This worked well in our favor since the crowd was already happily settled/drinking when we started playing. The only downside was that there were also a lot of rowdy conversations going on. It was more like a jam session with the crowd really.

    Anyways I had a great time. I had my camera by the keyboard and a cute girl asked if she could take some pictures.

    "Well of course you can... wait how about shooting a movie..."

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6211247277848176385
    morricone bolognese


    I'm using my GVCG tele through a Tap-O-Whirl trem, Morning Dew EQ, and into a Lovepedal 1/2watt classic through a Mojo 1x10 cab with a Weber blue pup. It's just the right size and volume for the cafe gig.


    cheers.
     
  2. Sub-D

    Sub-D Guest

    Cool gig...sounds like a fun....nice groove.....
     
  3. seafoamer

    seafoamer Member

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    nyce, d00d!!! i really enjoyed some of ur movies/playin'!
    this one, the finger cam, the burdy one, the ouside one, all veryyy nyce!!!!!
     
  4. mikem

    mikem Senior Member

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    I liked the feel of that clip- it had a nice deep groove that went with the dingy ambience of the place you were playing. I also have dug all of the clips of yours that I have heard. You seem to be the kind of player that I like to aspire to- play with anyone in any situation and make it work.

    Mike
     

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