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Description : This is some music for a short film(that hopefully will get completed)...getting the visual contents feel into the music in three minutes was an interesting exercise...it follows the last morning of a young Palestinian martyr on his way to paradise.

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  1. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Sat 10th Nov 2018 - 3 years ago

    Ahhhhhh! I remember this one!
    Such a smooth long ride kinda of vibe.
    It's the one I wanted to hear,
    I searched for it,
    but I thought I remembered the one I really liked was something about the road or road trip.
    Anyhoo, I will download this one and continue my search.
    I've been away looking for a rapper to collab. Hehehe
    Actually, I've been away tending to life. :-)
    Hope life is treating you well Dave!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Dear Pat, so happy to see you back here on Lookingforarapper.com ;)..seriously though your presence back here made my day! I too have been taking care of life which is good, I haven't been producing much recorded music lately but that's about to change, I'm definitely on the threshold of a big creative period. It's always great to hear from you and I know your always walking in the light, stay blessed as they say...cheers Dave :)

  2. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Sat 15th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    hi.
    very cool intro. too bad you leave that 'dark ambient' atmosphere (which could be developed into an another cool track for sure) - the 'main body' it very 'jazz': the trumpet reminds even miles davis recordings at parts, at least as far as I am familiar with his recordings...
    Anyway it all sound very smooth overall; maybe too much 'punch' on drums for me - I do not like it but the composition is very fine.
    I do not think that bass guitar here sounds really like a 'bassline'. More 'abstract' and 'sound-image' than really constructive lines but still it works. You could fade out that track but explosion was a nice choice as well - why not?
    I can hear some eastern flavours and a motorycle (a plain?) passing by (1:30) - the 'cinematic' element of this track.
    very nice track. Alex

  3. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Fri 9th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Hey mate

    As always you deliver, very nice piece of work, love the horn work in this piece, listening to this one you are taken on a journey, guessing is going by description is what you wanted to achieve for the listener...well you did that top notch...instant fav man...Peace n much respect on this little gem...Mosaic...

  4. MWRatridge
    MWRatridge on Sun 21st Jul 2013 - 8 years ago

    Dave,

    As always, you have delivered a quality track. You are one of the top Loopers in my humble opinion.

    Awesome.

    Mark.

  5. PauloCardoso
    PauloCardoso on Thu 24th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    Great and beautiful track!! Great work you have. Thanks for sharing it.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Paulo..thanks for the thumbs up mate,very much appreciated!.. cheers Dave :)

  6. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Sun 20th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    just catching up with this one this morning...did you do the video Dave?...Its one fantastic bit of picture painting music. I read the description as I was hitting play so maybe I`m a bit biased but it sure brings the scenes to mind...It reminds me too of how sad it is when a bunch of twisted old me serving their diety of hatred & death so cruely misuse young peoples minds & bodies....super job on the mixing & production too by the way....great track....Ed

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Ed...I did this as a favour for a friend's friend (Cinema student)who by all accounts was applying for a production grant..I have no idea if it'll ever pan out! lol...maybe one day it'll show up at Cannes! Haha..I was happy to do it though..cheers mate and thanks for the listen! Dave :)

  7. carlosnble
    carlosnble on Thu 17th May 2012 - 10 years ago

    sitting here i could sworn that miles made a featured appearance on this track...nice synth work..you tend to get a real live sound out of your productions which is very nice!!drum track is there....and the ending was way cool

    Peace

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Haha..I wish,thanks Carlos...Miles without doubt is one of my favourite musicians and he's influenced me greatly..thanks for dropping by mate!..cheers Dave :)

  8. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Wed 18th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Ohh yes! I like that trumpet and that bass is amazing down there.

    I hear this as a mixture of genres and different time spaces. Retro elements combined with post modern stuff and a stellar use of effects.

    The duduk is fabulous! One of my favorite instruments and boy did it work well here!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man....I'm a huge Duduk fan,I know a lot of Turkish people in Oz and really enjoy their weddings,parties and (bands),they call it something a little different but essentially it's the same instrument,pity Evrim isn't still active on the Loop she's someone I always wanted to collab with...thanks again mate...cheers Dave

  9. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sun 15th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Yes i have commented on this track already but since it popped up in the featured track box i thought i'd press play and comment on it again.
    For some reason i keep repeating this phrase to myself "I've got to get the hang of that bloody Ableton live"
    It will happen one day, oh yes it will!
    Anyway, i still think this is great and the explosion at the end just seals the deal.
    Actually, on that note i have a mate who's just started up a business that sells landmines that look like prayer matts. He says prophets have been going through the roof.
    FR

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Haha..man,I love that Clash line in Rockin the Casbah..."drop your bombs amongst the minarets"..plenty of profits to be had with the demise of a few prophets!....actually mate Ableton,like a lot of DAW's is quite intuitive once you get rolling,the thing is it's something that is better taught face to face..if they invent teleportation I could get you up and running in an hour easy!..cheers Dave

  10. BrianMaiden407
    BrianMaiden407 on Fri 6th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Love the Jaco style bass runs man!!! Also really dug mid way thru the tune when things heated up!! And the sense of humor as allways, great stuff big guy!

    Bm;)

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate,thanks for the kind review!...mucho appreciato!!..cheers Dave :)

  11. Kgomotso
    Kgomotso on Mon 2nd Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    I got ecxactly what I expected from the subject. Great tune with all instruments especialy trumpet and bass. God bless

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi MrK..thank you very much for the kind review mate!..very much appreciated!...cheers Dave

  12. theHumps
    theHumps on Thu 22nd Mar 2012 - 10 years ago

    Glad I waited till the end to start typing, nice fx. Interesting topic for sure, kinda reminds me of music by a band called Brand New Heavies, acid jazz band is what I would call them. Really a bunch of goodness happening here, except for the main character the track is about, hehe. Nicely put together and mixed, always a pleasure!

    Wayne

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks mate1...it's a little on the short side,but that was the brief...much appreciate the listen Wayne!...cheers Dave

  13. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Fri 24th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    I'll take jazz for $100 Dave. That trumpet is quite natural here, and that ending is very creative!

    I hope the film gets completed as well, a visual in the head is great but one with the eyes is FAR greater.

    Great job!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Pat...couldn't agree with you more for general public consumption,however being a painter you'd be surprised if you got inside my head..the visuals in there are in permanent 3D/4D? and dimensional colour! lol..cheers Dave :)

  14. oasisduke
    oasisduke on Thu 23rd Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    ..not much left to say, it would appear...i do not seem to be alone in my adoration of this musicscape. the tension is definitely presence, but its the underlying current of cool confidence, especially present in the masterful horn runs, that really brings this piece to a whole new level for me. its all just so....gooooooooood.
    heers for the much needed inspirado. you have been a rich source of it oh these many years.
    Outstanding job!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Oasis..your way too kind!...thank you for the glowing review all the same....I just try to channel visualisations into my music and hopefully succeed....cheers Dave :)

  15. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sat 18th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    As Jimmy Kranky would say, Fandabidoozy!! (I dunno if you'll even know who Jimmy Kranky is but that basically means it's bloody brilliant)
    What captures me the most is the clarity of this piece. Everthing sits in exactly the right place, the instruments compliment each other perfectly and i love the unpredictableness of the beat patterns.
    I'm taxing a copy of this so i can play it when the sun comes out again. Cheers!!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Nick thanks man!..never heard of Jimmy Kranky unfortunately,he sounds a bit like Karl in An Idiot Abroad (I really dig that guy and want to start a political party with him!..lol)..I'm off to google him!...cheers Dave :)

  16. CyberSon
    CyberSon on Sat 18th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    Dave this music plays out a beautiful and yet tragic mindscape! For me it really portrays the subject matter with the precision you only get with a master artist!

    There are subtle light and dark elements which I think would reflect the thoughts of a martyr on his final mission?

    Absolutely brilliant work my friend!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey CS thanks man!...much appreciated...the thing is I've never met a martyr obviously so I'm projecting my own interpretations upon the subject...I didn't want to conjure up any stereotypical images and hopefully I've succeeded to some extent.....cheers Dave :)

  17. Vicen
    Vicen on Thu 16th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    A tremendous composition from start to finish. A wonderful music to enjoy listening. It is full of nuances and sensations that transport you ... A really great music.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Vincen thanks buddy!...glad I could transport you a little..though no Audi's were used..only a small motor bike! lol..cheers mate. Dave :)

  18. ALXSIX
    ALXSIX on Mon 13th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    That's really powerful... fits the described scene so well. His feelings, thoughts, environment, and the inevitable ending... everything is here in those 3mins.
    Great track, thanks for sharing!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey ALXSIX thanks man!...glad you had some visualizations while listening,to me this is the most important facet..well hopefully!lol..cheers mate and thanks for your great review...cheers Dave :)

  19. zappo
    zappo on Sun 12th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    Hi Dave
    These are just the little things between the bars that bring the whole thing roll into. But a film can be confusing if you do not know the end. The prelude has succeeded ........ But I want the end ......... lol
    RESPECT! ! !
    CHEERS Zappo

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate..it was for a very very short film!...3 minutes LOL..it's over before it has begun! lol.....I agree it is only the prelude....together we could do a feature length film and get rich!..thank you my musical compatriot! cheers Dave :)

  20. MStokes
    MStokes on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    lux interior - mindscaping music - all respect

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate thanks for the listen,much appreciated!....'Lux Interior'..I like that!..infact I'm going to pinch it!
    hehe cheers Dave :)

  21. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    it took me in pretty deep. i suppose the groove very well might suggest the mindset of the soon-to-be suicide. a coolness, a detachment, a resignation.

    technically awesome work.

    hope the film is coming together and there are bucks $$$!!
    peace.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi Midi..thanks mate,yeah lots of introspective flash backs interspersed with his planned course of action in a very mobile/static sequence...money of course is always welcome! lol..cheers mate :)

  22. AllenV
    AllenV on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    Wow,those drums...I know others have said it but they are superb and I wanted to ask if that was guitar swelling in with part of the intro?

    I knew with a track from you I had to plug the headphones in instead of these worthless tiny Altec Lansing speakers I use to just play music... not "hear" music.

    Very good Dave!
    Allen.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Al thanks man..the drums easily consumed most of my time on this track..In a lot of my tracks I lay out and program the drum groove first as in this case...all the instruments apart from my bass and the drums are synths...I was using a few guitar patches within layered multis...their ok for subtle nuances,but as you well know mate nothing beats a real axe!..cheers mate and thanks for the listen! :)

  23. ThePantherLab
    ThePantherLab on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    Absolute good music! A job very well. I also enjoyed the entrance of the punching drums. This track has a kind of soft porn/ ethnic mix in there ;)nice genre bending!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey PL thanks mate..Soft Porn! lol..I like that!..I wonder how much you'd get for doing a porn backing track? haha..cheers mate :)

  24. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    Hey Dave

    This is excellent - really enjoyed listening. Great sounding drums and the whole feel is very very good indeed. It's tense and full of foreboding too. A touch of Miles Davis? Good luck with the film - hope it materialises.

    Richie

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Ritchie thanks man....the trumpet tone was a product of BigFishAudio's First call Horns Vst....I've often thought about doing a full on Miles type number..but I wouldn't dream of plagerise his name,I'd be cursed forever!...I hope the film does eventuate,but it's not up to me,I'm just helping out...cheers mate :)

  25. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    The subject is serious but, you have knew here, provide elements, of a certain of hearing lightness .... Highlighted by pounding drums. Two contradictory elements, but you have done here, a subtle and well mix ....

    Dan

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey VickyD thank you!..that's exactly what I was trying to do..a bit of a balancing act..cheers Dan :)

  26. lostjoe3
    lostjoe3 on Sat 11th Feb 2012 - 10 years ago

    and if he doesn't find his way - there's got to be something wrong with him, because i sure did......a very enjoyable piece of excellence....everything just flows on its own in the same direction.... thanks for sharing this

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Joe,thanks for the encouraging review mate!...much appreciated..cheers Dave :)

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