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    The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
     
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    Hi,

    Betty Davis in 1973 - Anti Love Song

    « Ce qui m'intéresse surtout dans le jazz, c'est que c'est un bon mot pour le Scrabble. » Philippe Geluck

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    James Brown - People, Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul

    « Ce qui m'intéresse surtout dans le jazz, c'est que c'est un bon mot pour le Scrabble. » Philippe Geluck

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    Prince brought me here:

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    Ross Bolton 's old video tape is still amongst the best funk studying session material available



    my personal favorite funk player is the boston based amazing Jeff Lockhart


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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmic gumbo View Post
    oh zigaboo! shades of the beloved funky meters

    cheers

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    Lee covering Sly Stone...


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    glad I found this thread. Has anyone mentioned chris bono's course? Just bought it and it's a really good course in funk guitar styles.

    30 Funk Rhythms You MUST Know - Chris Buono - TrueFire

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    Not sure if this has been posted yet, but if not..... CORY WONG


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    Thanks for posting that Paul! He sounds great...

    Another topic, has anyone discussed string setup/height relating to funk playing? Many of the rhythm guitar parts on funk play rely on super low action that is buzzing against the fretboard. If you are also playing solos with the same guitar, it can be a challenge to get a good sound for both funk and solo (lead playing). Of course, if you use heavy overdrive like gambale it doesn't matter so much.

    Check out the rhythm guitar parts on this tune. Super low action and buzzing... rhythm starts at about :28


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    the great willie woods..guitarist for jr walker & the all stars





    cheers

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    I want to hear a girl sing this. Just belt it out;


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    Hi !

    Amp Fiddler - Funk Is Here To Stay


    « Ce qui m'intéresse surtout dans le jazz, c'est que c'est un bon mot pour le Scrabble. » Philippe Geluck

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    Been listening to a lot of these guys lately....The New Mastersounds.


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    70's west coast avante funk rock...


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    been jonesin on this track by james browns mainman -bobby byrd..track produced by jb..and you can hear him come in singin by the songs end...

    love the flatwound thunk of repetitive guitar figure on right channel

    funk is a sum of the parts...each part doesnt have to be too intricate, but its all gotta weave together...

    all the great funksters did that...james brown, fela kuti, mulatu astatke, funky meters, etc etc



    cheers

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    NOLA tuba funk


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    funkadelic...makin' their way thru the cosmic slop



    cheers

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    brothers johnson hit with this tune was tite

    but nothin beats the original shuggie otis version... replete with his (then, quite bold) echoey guitar solo....he was a teenage phenom!

    shuggie was the son of the great west coast musical powerhouse that was johnny otis..(wiki johnny otis, if you don't believe me)...huge force in the music biz..he was union leader in L.A. at it's '60's best!!


    shuggie otis- strawberry letter #23




    cheers

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    great track from early billy cobham solo lp- total eclipse

    moon germs


    benefits by the great pairing of 2 immortal guitarists..cornell dupree and john abercrombie..as well as a full throttle sax solo from michael brecker

    cornell gets first solo and abercrombie burns 2nd...2 greats!! rip

    and cobhams funky as shhh...




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    George Clinton

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    Hi,

    Kool & the Gang - Life Is What You Make It

    « Ce qui m'intéresse surtout dans le jazz, c'est que c'est un bon mot pour le Scrabble. » Philippe Geluck

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    the amazing lee moses



    cheers

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    I dig more than just the bangs.

    Last edited by cosmic gumbo; 11-05-2018 at 02:29 AM.

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    Listening to Darondo this weekend:



    An under appreciated artist for sure. Sadly, no longer with us, but his recordings are some of the best of their era. Not sure, but I think he might have played the Pops Staple-Style guitar parts as well.

    In his brief career, Darondo only released three 7-inch singles
    “Without music, life would be a mistake”--Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmic gumbo View Post
    Anyone who wears a shirt with my buddy Buckwheat on it is "otay" in my book. Dirty, filthy, Broadway...go get 'em Hiram...

    It's been 8 years, needs a repost.