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Tags : | Rock | 6.47 MB

Description : Just a slow classic rock tune I put together awhile ago. Now that the site is back up, I am uploading it today. It basically features two different lead guitars styles.

Starts out with a synth lead that goes throughout the tune. Done with my Korg M3

1st. lead is simular to a 'Robin Trower' type of lead. 2nd lead of more of a conventional style rock lead. (My interpretation anyway).

Hope you'll enjoy it.
Randy

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  1. Jeff05C
    Jeff05C on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 9 years ago

    It's guitar nerd heaven. You have a distinct style but you some how keep it fresh. I'll have to pay closer attention to how that your managing that. Always enjoy your songs. Very tasty, that old rock vibe with some electronic stank added in. It's a fun mix.

    also thanks for your comment on Bonneville

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Jeff,

    Sorry, but I didn't get a notice that you posted a comment on here a few months ago.....or I would have responded right away.

    Anyway, thanks for your comments as I appreciate them very much,

    Randy

  2. ColinR
    ColinR on Fri 23rd Dec 2011 - 9 years ago

    Lovin this, you are right on the case here. Brilliant guitar playing!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there ColinR,

    Thanks for your nice comments on my rock tune.
    I always feel good when someone enjoys listening to my tunes.
    I'll check your site and see what you have up as well.

    Randy

  3. Kruus
    Kruus on Sun 18th Dec 2011 - 9 years ago

    Hi Randall.
    Just wanted to stop by and say that i took a listen to the song you sent dad.. I'm truly amazed with the sound/song/structure etc etc..
    And I would be honored to collaborate with you and dad!

    I'll visit my parents for the Christmas holiday. So hopefully we'll record something then. (If i know me and dad right we probably will)

    best wishes/
    Erik

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Kruus,

    Thanks for your message. Glad you like the song and thanks for your nice comments. There is no hurry on doing the song. Just enjoy the holidays.

    Thanks again,
    Randy

  4. Kikajon
    Kikajon on Tue 6th Dec 2011 - 9 years ago

    Hi Randy. Again I'm totally amazed over the full and wonderful rich sound you crank out of those Telecasters. I just recently got one Telecaster myself and I found that I play it more than my old banged up strat. Anyway, this is an excellent piece of music with a big, rich sound. A fav for sure.
    /pmk

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there /PMK

    Thanks for your very nice review of my classic rock tune. so you also bought a Telecaster! Great. As you can hear, the sound is unique. I used 2 different guitars on this song. One was my 1972 Framus, a 'Les Paul' look-a-like, and then the Telecaster in the middle lead section.

    If you would like to hear the vocals that 'Musicizmee' added to it, go to this link below and play it. She didn't add in a lot, as it was more of an experiment is all. But she still sounds great in it, and it adds to it.

    http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/118199

    So if you enjoy her rendition, let her know on her page please.
    Thanks again for listening and your comments.
    Randy

  5. TonyKnight
    TonyKnight on Mon 21st Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    Great song. GReat mix. I've seen Robin Trower over 25 times and I can say you really captured his vibe and one of his 'colors' very nicely. GReat job!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there TonyKnight,

    Thanks for the listen and review of my song here. It just takes some listening over and over to get the jist of another artist song, and copy some of their licks/style. That's pretty much the way we all learn anyway.

    Again, I appreciate the comments and I'll check out your page as well.

    Randy

  6. DJJoker
    DJJoker on Sat 12th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    Excellent playing, it works so well. Thank you for sharing

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Thank you DJ,

    Great that you enjoyed another one of my songs here. I plan on doing a slow 'slide guitar' blues song soon. I haven't done one in awhile, and I need to keep my practice up on slide technic.

    Thanks again and am glad you enjoyed it.
    Randy

  7. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Sat 12th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    Always a pleasure to listen to great guitar playing. Top job. Great sound too. Amazing. Love it!

    Richie

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Richie,

    I appreciate your review and nice comments on my slow rock song. Making a good song takes a lot of time and patience....since I am basically a one-man band here in my home, I have to put everything together myself. Sometimes I do the final mastering as well since I enjoy doing that part too.

    I'll check out your page here and give you a review back.
    Thanks again,
    Randy

  8. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Sat 12th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    Great tune man, loving the guitar, you really nailed this. I think Allen was spot on with his review, really great track, and really great sound. Always a pleasure to listen to your tracks Randy.

    Kyle

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Kyle,

    Again...thanks for your review of this rock song here. I am glad you enjoyed it. It is a good feeling to know that others enjoy your work, and maybe your an inspiration to them as others have been to me in the past.

    Thanks,
    Randy

  9. OmarMuk
    OmarMuk on Sat 12th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    This is purely amazing. The leads are great and like Minor2go said, it is punchy and full. This is mixed really well, the placement of all the sounds/instruments used fill up the track beautifully (something I'm still trying to research and work on)

    Nice job!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there OmarMuk,

    I appreciate your review and nice comments to my classic rock song.

    Layering is part of the secret to getting a full sound I can tell you that.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Randy

  10. AllenV
    AllenV on Fri 11th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    Key Randy,
    I love songs that I "get" right away,if you know what I mean and no offense to my experimental brothers and to all of us that do.

    You stated from the beginning this was a classic sound and you nailed it with such ease that once again shows your experience and dedication to being true to your song.

    I heard a little Frank Marino...which trails back to Hendrix as well as Trower on the first lead sound you used,even Pat Travers.I tell you that because I love it myself when someone hears my tracks and describes another guitarist that I may not have been channeling...lol,matter of fact,I sometimes get comparisons to artists I've never heard of and then look them up!

    You accomplished what you set out to do and you did it very well!

    Allen

  11. rei4real
    rei4real on Fri 11th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    big is the word that came into my mind first!!!
    big sound, big song ...
    amazing tone, but that shouldn't surprise me ... more than the tone I love your phrasing, every tone sits perfect and has it's time to develop ... simply awesome music!!!
    wish you all the best Randy ...

    peace, rei

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Rei,

    Thanks friend for reviewing my rock song here. I had hoped I wouldn't disappoint you and apparently I didn't! LOL

    This was a fun one to do trying to mimic another guitarist style. I think I came out pretty close.
    Big sound comes from sustain using compression, and using a couple guitars in the background. You can hear what's going on by close listening, as I know you do.

    Tone comes from choosing the pickup(s) to use...either front or back, or both in some cases....and I use the 'Line 6' vast library of amp sounds/effects avail. And most important is the use of a Metronome or 'click track' while recording. lol

    Glad you liked it and will catch ya later,
    Randy

  12. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Fri 11th Nov 2011 - 9 years ago

    Randy, it has been a while. How the heck are you? From the sounds of things, you are still in great form on the guitars :) My God man, you can flat play. The mix is as good as your playing. Another terrific effort from one of the best in the business. I hope life has slowed down a bit for you and you are working less and playing more. Great to hear your tunes again.

    Bear
    Barry Morgan

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Barry,

    So glad to hear from you. Once you left 'Lafango', I didn't know where you went to. Lafango is doing much better now.

    Anyway's, I appreciate your glowing review. You have always been one of my favorire artist on here as well.
    As for me, yes...I am retired from all work and am making more music. I uploaded a country tune called 'Country Rt-96' last week you might enjoy if you haven't already heard it. Some say it is my best work to date with country.

    I am planning on doing a slide guitar Blues tune pretty soon with my Dobro. Takes time to do it right as you well know. I am particular with my productions, and always have them final mastered when I am done.

    As I continue to say...my songs will be on the Internet forever, but I won't be! Lol
    I'll check out your page here and see what's new there.

    Thanks again,
    Randy

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