Tags : | Jazz | 3.39 MB

Description : This is a "Smooth Jazz" track; played bass and arranged. Also featuring some wonderful sax work by "Slap Johnson".

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  1. Rhodesy
    Rhodesy on Sun 28th Aug 2016 - 5 years ago

    Hows it going Dennel?good i hope..
    Your featured track is great but i have had a good sniff through your back catalogue and this track stood out for me.I am Lovin the david sanborn (slap johnson)Alto sax on this and that funky guitar wah play is sooo slick!
    I am always drawn to an off beat funky snare,it just sounds so damn cool,i wish i was a drummer lol.
    Great percussion intro and the guitar-G minor!such a great sounding funk key,great bass with the chromatic line - Hey i am in there!I could have done with 7 minutes of this.
    This is way too good ,you should be arrested! NOW!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Rhodesy so nice of you to stop by and take a listen. And thanks for your review and apparent enthusiastic appreciation of this track (lol). Yeah...I had a great time creating this tune,so much passion, heart & soul went into it. And I much like yourself have always been a lover of "Smooth Jazz"; David Sanborn, George Benson (whom I've met), Bob James, Al Jarreau, Lee Rintenour, Pat Metheny, Marcus Miller, etc. These wonder artist and so many more I've drawn inspiration from and inspired me.

    Thanks again for taking time to listen and I'm so glad that you really enjoyed the track,

    All The Best


  2. KnightHeir
    KnightHeir on Fri 27th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Really like the vibe of this track. Well done. I used to listen to jazz back in the day for just this reason; it made me feel good.Great work!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Format, it appears that I somehow missed
    this post. So glad that you decided to come
    back to check out another track. I will return the favor in kind. I really enjoyed
    creating this track for that reason, "That Feel Good Factor." So glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the review.



  3. DjCoolieHigh
    DjCoolieHigh on Fri 15th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    Very cool vibe. I dig this here.

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey DjCoolieHigh thanks for stoping by and checking out the track, so glad you dug it thanks. Also, after rereading my commentary I wrote for your tune Apple Jack Hat; it appears I made a typo. I meant to write - I especially like The Walking Bass Loop, not Wailing Bass Loop, sorry 'bout that.

    By the way I forgot to mention the first time around that I thought that was a interesting song title, I like it.



  4. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 2nd Feb 2014 - 8 years ago

    This is superb jazzy stuff...very smooth flow, great bass and guitar and I particulaty like the moments of sax intrusions. More than enjoyable listen!


    Reply by Dennel

    hey Orlando 51, thanks for stopping by and taking a listen. when I originally uploaded this track, it got a very good response. so glad you enjoyed it, thank you for the kind words take care peace.


  5. CognacXE
    CognacXE on Mon 19th Aug 2013 - 8 years ago

    Great Song..very smooth!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hi CognaXE, thanks for stopping by and checking out the track. Glad you liked it.

    SLAPJOHNSON on Mon 6th Apr 2009 - 13 years ago

    Hi Dennel, how have I missed your work? This is as smooth as silk my friend! Super guitar and bass work, and the groove is so Steve gadd!! Wonderful feel... I feel we should do a collaboration on something like this, or if you have this song without the sax part I will add some new tailored riffs...

    What do you think?

    Cheers Slap... (your new fan).

    Reply by Dennel

    Why Slap, that's a big plus coming from you! For some reason I assumed that you heard this track before? Though these were "edited loops" of you playing, I was able to get the feel I was looking for. But now since you've mentioned it, if you would like to redo the track I'd be delighted to send you the tracks to add your personal touch to. And trust me, I'm your biggest fan lol. So glad you dug it peace. P.S. yeah Steve Gadd was definitely a helluva studio drummer.

  7. Filaofsoul
    Filaofsoul on Wed 18th Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    Man this is one smooth track!! All the elements fit nicely. I like the breaks at 1:30 and 2:53. The drums are tight and with your smooth bass playing --compliment this song. Opps for got to mention that pich of Guitar! I enjoyed this one!!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Fila, thanks for stopping by again. this was the track out of all mine I definitely wanted you to check out. I'm working on a "jazz fusion" track and a old school R&B/Soul track that I'm collaborating with one of the looperman members. When I finish it, I will most certainly give ya a holla to check it out. Man, I just had to address your "transistor radio" comment to my review of your track. I was laughing my ass off to no end on that one. Because I'm definitely fo-sho a child of that era! (lol) I remember that very well; all you had back then was that, or if you were lucky, FM Radio or LP's, 45's or 8 Track. (lol) But these youngsters don't know what we talkin' 'bout Fila? (lol) What a great observation you made about back then all the hits were 3 minutes or less. True dat, and it truly was all good music no matter what the style. Hell, I remember getting turned on to "The Three Dog Night", "Grand Funk Railroad", and a multitude of soul music during that era. I was just explaining to "Eshar" (one of the great things about living out here in L.A. is you may run across some of your musical idol's from time to time); So I was telling her about the time I met "George Benson". And how we must have talked for a few hours, I was telling him how much I loved the "Breezin" album and Clause Orgerman's lush string arrangements on that album. I asked him would he ever consider working with him again, and he said yes. At the time I met George, Randy Crawford had just released her version of George's "Give Me The Night". So I asked George, I said, now be honest man, what did you think of Randie's cover of your song? And he said... well... it took a minute to grow on me. (lol) I said yeah, it was the same effect for me too. Then he told me, you know I used to be married to her, who do you think got her started in the business? I was like whaaaat??!! Naw, get outta here George! (lol) Really nice guy, anyway thanks for checking out the track and reviewing. And it's so great to converse with someone who can go way back in a day with me. P.S. Yeah that "Sissy Strut" track by The Meters is also stone cold funky track as well. Peace, D.

  8. dorinn
    dorinn on Sun 18th Jan 2009 - 13 years ago

    Great work man..i like it!i love jazz...fusion...funky jazz...jazz rock...funky fusion...etc.2 bad its a hard music to understand 4 some people.maybe im gone put one up to!peace!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Dorinn, thanks for taking the time to listen as well as for the review. Much appreciated, peace. D

  9. Traxmonsta
    Traxmonsta on Mon 1st Dec 2008 - 13 years ago

    Thats something I would listen to while im hittin corners(driving for the L7s lol) Great transition and Slap freaked the sax as usual

    Reply by Dennel

    Yeah, it kinda has that old skool flava to it for hittin corners fo sho. LoL thanks for checking out the track, glad you dug it, peace. D

  10. Jack_Spear
    Jack_Spear on Fri 14th Nov 2008 - 13 years ago

    u cld leave me to chill with this for hours, great music!!
    i luv the way it all comes in together! kp em coming!!
    One Blood

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Jack, thanks so much for the review. I always enjoy the composing process most when doing songs. So glad you enjoyed the track, thanks for checkin' it out and also making it one of your fav's, peace. D

  11. RonGallagher
    RonGallagher on Sun 19th Oct 2008 - 13 years ago

    Great work.
    So tasty. Direct off the 605 South, Pico exit and onward into Uptown Whittier sneaking in via the back way. My previous stomping grounds. This song reminds me so much of the Lovely Latina Jennifer who stole my heart. This songs moves like Jennifer moves.
    My imagination runs wild.
    Thanks for the inspiration Dennel.
    One after the 605 and into my Favs.

    Reply by Dennel

    Wow Voltage, what a beautiful review of this track. I'm so honored to have been able to facilitate a vessel into such a wonderful memory from your past. Indeed, that is a great compliment and I thank you. Ah yes, "Uptown Whittier" or "Oldtown Whittier". I've been there many times, Thanks once again, peace. D

  12. untilspirit
    untilspirit on Sat 27th Sep 2008 - 13 years ago

    Hi D, this is a very cool track.Love the funky guitar and blowin' sax.Its all good.Well mixed and produced too.Nice laid back city feel.Excellent stuff,keep it happening.Peace and goodwill bro. Geo

    Reply by Dennel

    Thanks for your review, glad you enjoyed it. D

  13. CTPLR
    CTPLR on Thu 25th Sep 2008 - 13 years ago

    This is good stuff!!
    thx 4 reviewing...=)
    Have a nice day.

  14. ChaseManhattan
    ChaseManhattan on Tue 23rd Sep 2008 - 13 years ago

    i really like that guitar. the pad is chill and it sounds really thought out. sounds like something i would play miniture golf to hahaha

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey GOODBEEFYUM, actually it was a "long loop track." Add some very, very extensive editing, some fx's, a "Slap Johnson" sax loop and a slammin' bassline. And you get the end result.

    I'm really proud of this track and by all the respone I had received before I took the first verson of the track off looperman. Thanks so much for the review and I'm glad you enjoyed it.
    Peace. D

  15. Splish
    Splish on Tue 23rd Sep 2008 - 13 years ago

    Wow...this is really chilled..the bass sounds really nice with the pads...drum beat is minimal but compliments the track nicely...Slap sounds cool wherever he goes lol, I don't need to say anything about him...you have a real cool track on your hands bro...thanks for pleasing my ears..

    < < Favoutied> >


    Reply by Dennel

    Why thank you so much for the glowing review, you're too kind. Slap just emailed today, I guess we'll be working on some new stuff in the near future. So thanks once again and I'm glad you enjoyed the track, peace. D

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