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    Peter Bernstein and Mike Stern - Alone Together



    Check it out, they teamed up!

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    Very cool. Thanks. Going to see Stern in a few weeks.

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    Wow, that worked better than I thought it would have.
    nice!

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    Man, not even halfway through yet but loving. Bernstein is often the perfect combination of modern and traditional jazz guitar for me.

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    Peter Bernstein and Mike Stern - Alone Together

    Great clip but I hate the way they’ve mic’ed Pete’s amp.

    Edit: probably just a desk recording isn’t it? It is what it is. With those type of very dry fender clean sounds it helps to have a bit of the room sound to round it out. Pete still sounds utterly badass of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by christianm77 View Post
    \probably just a desk recording isn’t it?
    i think the word you're looking for is "innit"
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    That was fun, thanks for posting. Pete interesting as always; ome of my favorite players. Mike, well he's been through a lot hasn't he, with his arm/neve injury, and I think his playing has come out stronger. I really enjoyed his playing here. The contrast in their soloing styles was as I would expect but it was listening to their comping for each other that was really fascinating.
    Beauty is as close to terror as we can well endure. -Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Clearly each was having fun listening to the other, especially PB. Mike Stern seems to always play out of an intensely sweet joy, based on his smile quotient.
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    Yeah. Persons elsewhere have made disparaging statements about Sterns jazz playing. I knew them to be wrong of course, but it’s nice that PB is also clearly enjoying Mikes playing :-)

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