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    A lot of at home music being recorded these days. An orginal R & B tune that started with the bass line.

    Last edited by fep; 07-13-2020 at 09:28 PM.

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    Very nicely done, indeed, Fep!

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    Neat! Well done.
    Enjoyed that.
    Great groove.

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    You are just having too much fun! Enjoyed it!

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    Fep - that's just beautiful - makes me want to lay a couple of B.B.King style licks over it!

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    Great stuff, fep! Well done!

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    A+

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    Thanks all for giving her a listen.

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    Nice job, on all fronts: original song, musicians, video editing. Great!

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    Very creative, Fep! I liked the dirty sax and the subtle R&B licks throughout. . . those were the days!
    Good playing . . . Marinero

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    Cool collab! Fav bit musically speaking was the nifty modulation into the slide solo.

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    Thanks for the kind words and encouragement.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ukena
    Nice job, on all fronts: original song, musicians, video editing. Great!
    Yes, putting it all together can be a bit of work, but a lot of fun. As you know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marinero
    Very creative, Fep! I liked the dirty sax and the subtle R&B licks throughout. . . those were the days!
    Good playing . . . Marinero
    Yes those were the days. Keith, my collaborator on this, and I were in a band starting in 1981 and lasting a few years in the San Luis Obispo, Ca. area. It was a six piece and because of guys playing multiple instruments, we could choose from, keyboards, multiple guitars, three vocalists, tenor, alto, soprano sax, keyboard player doubled on trombone, bass and drums/percussion. We could do a trumpet, trombone, sax horn section. R & B was in our wheelhouse. Back in the day when gigs were easy to find even for an an average Joe musician, and lots of folks would go out to see live music. Those were the days.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter C
    Cool collab! Fav bit musically speaking was the nifty modulation into the slide solo.
    Cool, good catch. Simple tune, sometimes it's best not to get too fancy.

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    Thank You!