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    3rd in a series of 5 songs from last months session at Cadenza Studio in Barcelona. As I've said before, working with a very simple set up of two great ribbon mics placed in front of the amp and guitar respectively. I hope you guys like the result! Always fun and a challenge recording 5 songs like this one after the other

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelSonkaMusic View Post


    3rd in a series of 5 songs from last months session at Cadenza Studio in Barcelona. As I've said before, working with a very simple set up of two great ribbon mics placed in front of the amp and guitar respectively. I hope you guys like the result! Always fun and a challenge recording 5 songs like this one after the other
    Hej Emanuel!

    Som vanligt så låter det mycket bra! Jättefin inspelning av jazzmusikens kanske vackraste vals någonsin.

    För en tid sedan hittade jag en till fantastisk inspelning av ”Waltz For Debby” med en annan svensk gitarrist. Trevlig lyssning!



    Glada hälsningar från ett mulet Sverige!
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    Lovely! And I like the seamless transitions between the rhythmic variations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbmaj7#5#9 View Post
    Hej Emanuel!

    Som vanligt så låter det mycket bra! Jättefin inspelning av jazzmusikens kanske vackraste vals någonsin.

    För en tid sedan hittade jag en till fantastisk inspelning av ”Waltz For Debby” med en annan svensk gitarrist. Trevlig lyssning!



    Glada hälsningar från ett mulet Sverige!
    Woow, kände inte till den versionen, tack för upplysningen, riktigt bra! Måste grävas mer i och tack för dina alltid lika peppande kommentarer! Hoppas du har det riktigt bra uppe i norr!

    Ta hand om dig och talk igen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkP View Post
    Lovely! And I like the seamless transitions between the rhythmic variations.
    Thank you KirkP, I'm glad you liked it, and yeah it's an interesting time in that regard, I also love that in many of Bills own versions they might go back and forth between 3/4 and 4/4 within the same form, just brilliant, both the composition and the playing of Bill, endless inspiration!

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    WOW, that was brilliantly played! It’s playing like your’s that shows me that after 40+ years of playing (not Jazz), just how far I have to go.

    I should sell all my stuff.


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