Description : Blues Rhythm Guitar Track similar to Richard Kenricks' 'Royalty Blues'. Collaboration Request. Drums, Bass and Lead Guitar, too. (Vocals maybe...) I've got my idea, but I'm open to attempts.
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Description : I found this track here...on the loop...I'm sorry I misplaced the track info, but once I find it, I will credit the tracks creator! I am only assisting in placing a possible direction for his sounds!
Description : 3 string fretless cigar box guitar blues done for Ghost of a guitar art 3 string electric cigar box guitar, 5 string bass see them here http://imgur.com/gallery/ugZL2
and addictive drums.
Description : My friend, fellow musician, and all around great guy Mark Ratcliffe approached me about doing a blues tune and I jumped at the chance to work with Mark again. He's got a great voice for the blues....I once described it as a mixture of gin, cigarette smoke, and ministry. He sings the blues like he's been there and that is the way it should be done.
This tune sounds like a live recording....like we were there with Muddy Waters and the boys and I love the feel of this one. Mark Ratcliffe - vocals, lyrics, lead guitar, drums, bass, harmonica. Barry Morgan - rhythm guitars, organ, horns. No animals or cops were harmed in the production of this. A huge thanks to Mark for providing the talent (he also mixed and mastered it). I hope you all enjoy listening to it as much as we did making it.
You can find more of Mark's work here:
Description : A gentle, reflective and beautiful shuffle blues piece featuring one of my best ever electric guitar solos (for about half of it). Also has bass guitar, synth bass, two programmed acoustic drum kits, two types of sample-based sitars, a heavenly pad and a distinctive main string part. Special, text-based prizes to be awarded to the best comments!
Description : This is a tune dedicated to my friend, Nancy, who followed me to the clubs I played at for years, and is still following me with my studio work. Why do I dedicate this to her? Onnacounta cause she's soooooo naughty! She never liked violins, but loved her sax! Here's to you, Nancy. Anyway, this is a little blues track with some nice guitar and sex...oh, sorry, I mean sax.
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Description : My thoughts for a Halloween track this year was to work up some foreboding Drone music with a little Delta Blues slide guitar mixed in. My inspiration being the classic story of Robert Johnson and his infamous deal with the Devil.
In Clarksdale, Mississippi in 1930, Robert Johnson supposedly made a deal with the devil at the crossroads where US highway 49 crosses US highway 61. Johnson had been playing down in Yazoo City and was on his way back up to Helena. He had hitched a ride that dropped him off next to the levee. It was a cool October night and a full moon glowed in the dark sky. He continued walking up the highway, guitar in his hand. As he approached the crossroads he was thinking about his friend Son House preaching to him about giving up his guitar playing. He really wasn't a good player and most people would joke and mock him when he was on stage. He hated it and was thinking he would give anything to be as good, no, better than his friend Son House. It was at that moment he noticed a figure in black standing there at the crossroads. As he approached him, a deep voice issued "Let me see that guitar boy"! He then took his guitar from him, tuned it and upon returning it asked if he would trade his soul to become a famous Bluesman. He agreed and the rest is history. Johnson's ability was seemingly transformed overnight to the amazement of everyone who knew him and he went on to become a Mississippi Blues legend. However, his fame was short lived. A mere eight years later the Devil returned to make good on the deal.
So this Halloween, be careful what you wish for, especially at the crossroads.
Description : Felt like doing a Bluesy track. Getting used to working with Addictive Drums. Still have a lot to learn. Reviews and comments, as always, are welcomed. Drums: Addictive Drums Guitars and Bass:myself
Description : The basic play by Cody Tripp, the idea by mnk66, the rest - by me.
Description : Cosmic Eastern chillout atmospheric shuffle blues with loads of bluesy/Eastern electric guitar playing and warm sub bass (the same synth patch I've used in about 20 tracks). No drum loops and just two programmed acoustic kits - probably the simplest drum setup I've ever used. One day I hope to make a track containing only one drum kit. Also: a few female vocal samples (including a heavily timestretched one), one section of bass guitar, a few sample-based string instruments, a few notes of organ and two synth pad instruments. So, quite a minimal instrument lineup for me. It goes uptempo around 4:31 into a grooving, stomping bit of shuffle blues and I wonder if I should have brought this section back at the end for a triumphant finale. But I'm trying hard these days not to make things too long and this is already a decent length. Also contains some darker, Eastern sections but nothing too dark. Have a listen and leave me some interesting feedback - the more detail, the better.
Description : Here is the final mix of the Looperman family blues track featuring:
PlanetJazzBass ~ Guitar
Laser ~ Guitar
Shortbusmusic ~ Piano
Phatkatz4 ~ Bass
Doudei ~ Organ
Blondiemaze ~ Harmonica and additional piano
Patricia Edwards ~ Vocals
Darkreine ~ Vocals
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Description : Homemade 3 string fretless cigar box guitar, 5 string bass, addictive drums. Getting closer to that cbg album completion, 'Vastlands' :D mix may need tweaking, these headphones add bass. Try and stay dry in that cave, but be careful, you never know what lurks in the darkness behind!! Very pink floyd like,. Enjoy.
Description : This is an all time favourite song of mine and I wanted to do something different with it, the rhythm and staccato synthesizers juxtapose beautifully with the flow of the melody and soulful and melancholy sentiment of this piece. Lyrics written originally by Ted Koehler in 1933, It has been given a contemporary flight by the poet, composer and producer Kenny Darkreine (https://www.looperman.com/users/profile/944056
)who I give thanks to for his hard work, support and infinite patience with me :)
Description : Well, I tried it :)
Description : UPDATE 26/01/2014: Improved loads of things in what is probably my greatest chillout alternative blues piece. Ambient, ethereal, groove-based delta slide blues. Contemplative and melodic. Multiple, layered , sometimes shimmering resonator guitar parts with solid, warm synth bass, an ethereal bed of pads (which are actually guitars) and second electronic drumkit to contrast the acoustic kits. I thought this was perfect a few years ago but it wasn't (and still isn't). Now has clearer drums and lots of small awkward bits of guitar have been trimmed. Quite a minimalistic and short piece for me - I don't just keep bringing in new instruments, as I usually do. This should really chill you out...
Description : This simple track contains only free loops from several Looperman artists and some lame drums by me with Magix 2015. Dunno if rock or blues fits better for this... Applied loops (fully or partially):
MPKIM: 1542599-0084440 (B minor double stop riff), 1542599-0084439 (B minor lick),
1542599-0084438 (B minor chord riff),
1542599-0084441 (B minor single note riff),
LANDA: 0012951-0026562 (Laid back Bluesy Bass in G),
SLAPJOHNSON: 0067443-0010866 (Blues harp 01),
BALTESA: 0987154-0083943 (Harmonica-Loop),
JIMMYLEE: 0372407-0028267 (Jimmys fav heavy blues run bridge),
SHSMUSIC: 0507837-0041500 (Well Day Blues with Mhyst laid back beat),
NIGHTINGALE : 0207475-0085314 (The Passage of Time),
THEHUMPS: 0308224-0044632 (Cocktail Shaker Arabian 120),
FERRYTERRY: 0747210-0056015 (105 bpm rock drum by),
TUMBLEWEED : 0498019-0068006 (J Bass 4 130 G)