Tags : | Fusion | 9.83 MB

Description : Three piece sound,Nylon electric classical guitar/Fretless electric bass/Drums...looking for that little combo sound you get in small clubs sometimes,but without the jeers and catcalls! lol

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  1. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Wed 10th Sep 2014 - 7 years ago

    Great use of compression! It just makes everything sound so much better! This was evident as soon as I hit play. You are truly a musician's musician. You are part a few guys who do it all right. ShortBus and theHumps come to mind and you are definitely in that class.

    The strings are spectacular. I may have to investigate your loops for some help on a future Funk song of mine. Playing an instrument has been a dream of mine and has haunted me for decades. Now in my 50s really not seeing doing but then again I wish I could play some strings like you do. I have the utmost respect for what you man. Very professional sounding track, well done!


  2. soundhound
    soundhound on Sun 13th Jul 2014 - 7 years ago

    Cool track...

    Bounces along in a very cool way...I love a nylon string guitar as well, finger
    are old can't do all the things I use to anymore with them...

    Good sounds as well some real tasty licks...Well done...


  3. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 13th Jul 2014 - 7 years ago

    Oh yeah, majorly groovy jam you did here! Love the tone and vibes throughout! You've really shown how versatile you are. The only late night bar scenes I've been a part of were rock and stuff like that, so I can't really judge the atmosphere, but it sounds pretty live to me. Reading about breaking your picking nail was entertaining, I too am not a fan of picks, especially on acoustic guitar and bass. Read something way back giving advice to cut your left hand nails short and leave your right hand nails a little longer... obviously for a right handed person... heh... I've been doing that pretty much constantly since then even when I let my guitars collect dust for years at a time. Any way, jammin tune, Love it! Fave!

  4. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Mon 2nd Jul 2012 - 9 years ago

    G'day Dave

    Mate this is one very relaxing and chillout piece, loving the guitar, have to agree with other comments, does give it a Spanish vibe, which is very enjoyable on the ears,very smooth sound to it, something you could poss here in a cafe etc, one stunning piece of work, if still had FAV button would hit it straight away when it started...totally digging it...Peace Mos....

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Esti.....thanks man,I have to remember you've changed your name now! haha (well actually your one of the few people that can do it without having to break the new one in! lol)...cheers mate,much appreciated Dave :)

  5. supersymmetry
    supersymmetry on Tue 12th Jun 2012 - 10 years ago

    Hello Dave! :D

    This is absolutely Smooooth! Brilliant! So much technique yet so relaxing and not so demanding on the ear which yields a perfect musical balance. I love this piece Dave!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey there mate..thanks for your comments,very much appreciated!... cheers Dave :)

  6. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Mon 4th Jun 2012 - 10 years ago

    Nicely done Dave. Just as skilled on six small strings as you are on 4 fat ones, haha. I have to say this was a bit like having Thomas Dutronc on the nylon. Absolutely stellar work. As good as your six string work is, I still love to focus on your bass work. Smooth, smooth, smooth.

    This was a wonderful way to start my day, a great cup of coffee and an even better song. Thanks for that. I hope all is well.


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Damn,sorry for the late reply mate...thank you very much Bear!...I just managed to crack my index finger's guitar pick nail(that I cultivate,seeing as I hate plectrums...damn! lol)..now I have to grow it again!(double damn) cheers Dave :)

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

    man ...im so glad i stopped by to listen to you...you definitely know your venues..nice intimate club vibe going on here...your bass and nylon textures fit perfectly..and great production by you...and the band members in your mind..truly a great peice of work....Much respect


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Carlo..thanks man,appreciate the listen!..cheers Dave :)

  8. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Aah! Now that nylon is something! Very smooth! I loved the bass sound and what's going on with the ride's and cymbals is fantastic, now that's some attention to detail I'd like to hear more often.

    The overall sound was a bit dark for my taste but it works extremely well by setting the listener in a pub where there is a live performance going on.

    I don't know if you have latin roots of you've just had a glass of red wine but that acoustic is smooth and intimate as it should be.

    Really enjoyed this one!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Malu thanks man!..actually I do have 1% Latin(Spanish) blood from my Grandmother's side I've been told.hehe.....You know it's interesting,when I start a project I'm visualising it in a particular setting and obviously attempt to make it sound so......However I've pretty much come to the conclusion that musicians don't make the best sound engineers!lol..that is unless they've been successful enough to employ professionals and learnt the ropes from them through association over the years....thanks mate,I always appreciate your insightful comments!..cheers Dave :)

  9. EDCA
    EDCA on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    I'm not a fan of jazz but this is pretty damn amazing work.
    Perfect mixture of vibrancy and chill that would sound great in a small club atmosphere. Love the nylon hook but the bass is what gets me; very groovy. Whether you physically played all those instruments yourself or input them on the piano roll (I'm guessing the former), it all sounds very skilled and even more so because it flows nicely together. There are no clashes or mismatched harmonies.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi MissE (Australians invariably shorten people's names,it's in our short term attentive convict DNA or something)..Guilty as charged your Honour..yep I played all the instruments!lol...the only piano rolls I have are in a box somewhere (I do own a pianola)haha.....thanks very much for the listen,very much appreciated!..cheers Dave :)

  10. zappo
    zappo on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Hi Dave
    It is really extraordinary. how inspirations merge into a complex whole. Your melody creates impulses that shoot through my brain neurotransmitters. A new chemical is released, and has quickly become the drug. A tribute to the quality of your work. There is always a pleasure to me to listen to your music.
    Thank you Dave

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Detlef thank you my friend..got to watch those chemical levels man! lol...sometimes making music is a journey into the past,after listening to this track while replying to your review I remember listening to my father's jazz records when I was a boy..I think we all get imprinted early on in some fashion and little bits always come out later...thanks again mate...music is life! cheers Dave :)

  11. MStokes
    MStokes on Fri 27th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    the intro/outro locks me like a needle into these grooves - circular and madly progressive - truly creates a time out of time and all that happening and informed vinyl space - 45 out of 10 - amazing travels, Dave

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate thanks!..45 out of 10 wow! didn't think the scale went that high. lol .....mucho appreciato compardre!..cheers Dave :)

  12. Vicen
    Vicen on Fri 27th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Great piece. A delight for the ears. One of the biggest attractions is that you can see every slight movement of the instruments. I put the whistles and applause. Wonderful from start to finish.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Vicen,thanks mate!..you are too kind,I do like the small three piece band sound and as you rightly say the dynamics can be noticed easily,there's not a lot of clutter which can happen in big ensembles...cheers mate Dave :)

  13. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Thu 26th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago


    As it happens I'm drinking a rather large Bundy and coke as I write. It seems to fit perfectly with the atmosphere you have created with this track. A little smokey lounge with the trio in the corner. Very good indeed. Love that double stopping on the acoustic (Wes Montgomery was a hero of mine) and your bass lines are just great. It absolutely wraps me up. Lovely sound on the nylon strings too. Excellent stuff. Really enjoyed it. Thank you.


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Richie..thanks mate!..aahhh yes the ol' Wes double stops,takes me back to when I was a kid and had a few guitar lessons,and I asked the guy how can I sound like Wes and Kenny Burrell...he replied "about 20 years practice wouldn't hurt!" lol..but he did show me how to do double stops!..if only I had taken his advice and put guitar nose to grindstone..sigh...man I haven't had a Bundy and coke in decades,one would put me on my arse! lol...thanks for listening mate,much appreciated. cheers Dave :)

  14. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 26th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    Bravo Dave....the way the whole composition, instrumentation, playing & delivery comes together on this one it outa sight good..the nylon string & playing style do give it a touch of that Spanish air (I notice that a nylon string almost invites you to do that when you pick it up....though I haven`t done that in a long while)...superb playing & expression and I think you accomplished the space you were looking for...I mcould listen to this one for a long time, so thanks for the DL...goes on my mp3 player right away...Ed

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Ed thanks mate!...when a guitarist tells a bass player his six string playing is ok it really makes his day I can tell you!...ages ago I used to play with these guys and was always hassling the guitarist to let me play his Tele,I used to lengthen the strap a little,get an open legged stance and pretend to be 'Keef' Richards! LOL..now I never play from the hip..haha.....thanks again mate! cheers Dave :)

  15. thephilosofist
    thephilosofist on Thu 26th Apr 2012 - 10 years ago

    really diggin this piece dave. really high quality sound all around. I would definitely agree it has a lounge/club type feel. There might be a little latin flair in there too. enjoyed it the whole way through. much respect!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate..glad you enjoyed the groove!Jose Feliciano I ain't but I love the tone of nylon stringed guitar,it's got that warmth of timbre..cheers and thanks again for listening

    Dave :)

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