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Tags : | Rock | 5.53 MB

Description : This song I put together features 2 different songs in 1. The first is a little slower than the second one. Both feature some pretty good lead guitar licks, I think. Took me about 2 months to put it all together. Hope you'll like it.

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  1. Danke
    Danke on Mon 3rd Dec 2012 - 8 years ago

    hi Randy

    I came back to hear your f...in tasteful art again and it's much better for the second time. I'll write 8 or 10 comments and who knows what's gonna happen... :-)
    Man I would like to make a song with you if you have time for me.Solowork Number 1, what I'd like... :-)
    I'll send you a song, if you don't care just throw it away.
    Thanx for your brilliance, heads up for the future. :-)
    hey, hey, hey
    Danke

    Your email address, maybe? :-)

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi again Danke,

    Glad you got to listen to the song again..you can download it and play it back on better speakers than the usual computer type speakers. It'll sound much better.

    Yes, you can send me a song and I'll see what I can do with it. My e-mail address is:

    Thanks for listening to my other songs as well.
    Randy

  2. DocDaFunk
    DocDaFunk on Mon 3rd Dec 2012 - 8 years ago

    i m not a rock enthousiast but that's a prod man , astonishing guitars............. great pinched harmonics
    the 2 parts works well need vocals the re inforce the liaison!
    Worth the wait man.....
    ty

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there TY,

    Thanks for your listening and reviewing my alt-rock tune.
    Yeah, vocals would be nice, but the song would have be made a little different to accommodate vocals is all. I could do that easy enough.

    I'll check out and see what you have up.
    Randy

  3. SERGEJ77
    SERGEJ77 on Sun 2nd Dec 2012 - 8 years ago

    WOOOHOHOW, Grate guitar parts..!
    That work of two months becomes with powerful result..!
    Gooood yob..!
    RGDS
    SERGEJ

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Sergej,

    Thanks a lot for listening and reviewing my latest rock tune. It takes me quite awhile to produce a tune. Sometimes I run out of ideas right in the middle, and then I put the song aside and start another.....then come back to it.
    I try to produce quality rather than quantity.

    So I am glad you liked it. If you haven't heard of any of my other many tunes, you may like some of them as well. Mostly, Country and Rock with some Blues thrown in here and there. I play slide guitar as well and that is good for certain Blues tunes (Besides Bluegrass and Country)

    I'll check your page out and see what songs you have up and give you a review back.
    Randy

  4. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sat 1st Dec 2012 - 8 years ago

    Hey Randy, outstanding work here. Your guitar work is one part Ed King, one part Billy Gibbons, melded together to form one big part of Randall, haha.

    This kicks some serious azz from start to finish. Really, really well done and it's easy to hear/see how much work has gone into this one.

    You just keep getting better with age, like fine whiskey :) I hope life has settled down for you a bit.

    Bear (Barry Morgan)

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Barry,

    Been a long time since I have seen your name. I remember you left Lafango a long time ago. It was a decent place and we all got lots of hits, but they kept making too many changes, and had problems with uploads, etc. I am still on there, but just to post songs there.

    I thank you for your nice comments. I haven't heard of Ed King or Billy Gibbons before. I haven't listened to that much music really in quite awhile. But they must be good artist then. I'll look them up and give them each a listen.

    I am doing OK here...as I mentioned in my note to Dave below, I got bored with retirement and went back to work part time. Music will be in my life until I can't physically play any more. Then I suppose I will have a big guitar sale. ha ha

    Again, nice to hear from you, and I will give a listen to see what you have up on your page.
    Randy

  5. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sat 1st Dec 2012 - 8 years ago

    Hey Randy......good to see you've still got that (huge)stable of Fender twangers hard at it mate!...Great tune man!...some very cool progressions and licks being played straight from the heart,this is one bad assed tune guaranteed to rock anyone's socks off...gritty,progressive,free flowing and full of attitude!....I think this tune exemplifies perfectly how a musician's expression and focus improves with age,most young wannabe producers think your past it by the time your 30 (or younger! lol)...they don't realise the refinement process one acquires being an instrumentalist....super work!
    cheers Dave

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Dave,
    Great to hear from you. I am sorry that I am not as active on here as I used to be. I retired once and then decided to go back to work for something to do. Sitting around watching TV or making music, wasn't giving me any exercise at all. So I got a part time job at my local 'Home Depot' store. A home improvement store in case you have never heard of them.

    As for the song, In addition to my Fenders, I also use my Framus, a Les Paul copy as well for different lead sounds. It was made in Germany in 1972. Some times I get ideas from other songs, or even just a drum beat will give me an idea.

    Age/health will have a factor tho soon as I am nearing 69 yrs old. You maybe have seen 'Glen Campbell' on TV the other day... is going to give his last concert very soon as he has Alzheimer's disease now. He was shown trying to sing and play. He forgot some words and the chords/leads some. Sad...but we will all eventually end up with something happening to us.

    There are many fine older players out there...and maybe they already had their time in the sun when they were younger. But older folks, like me in particular, love to play and record as long as we can. I can't always play a long lick without mistakes, but that is what recording is for....play a bunch of notes, then record them...then some more, etc. eventually you have a whole song done. Haha

    Anyways, I appreciate your fine comments and will give a listen to see what you have up new.
    Randy

  6. Danke
    Danke on Sat 1st Dec 2012 - 8 years ago

    hey, hey, hey Randall

    Danke callin...
    Wild, energetic and raw like a good rock song.I do like your guitar work, you play yourself into death... :-)
    For me (maybe, just for me) the lead is much out from the song, but who cares... :-)
    Thanx for sharin it, take care, Danke

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Danke,

    I appreciate your review and comments. I don't believe I've had any reviews from you before, so if your new and get time, check out my many other songs on here. Mostly I do Country and Rock and some Blues now and then.

    As for the lead out front, that was done on purpose as I didn't want the background music to drown it out. Like vocals in a rock song, they are hard to hear clearly sometimes.

    Anyway I am glad you enjoyed it and I will review one of your songs here shortly.
    Randy

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