Tags : | Jazz | 9.64 MB

Description : Have you been longing for some old 30's swing? Yeah, didn't think so! Well, check it out anyway...You may just like it. I doubt you will hear anything like this on Looperman. I tried to keep section of this sounding vintage and even put in some record scratches in the beginning and end. Check it out and let me know what you think.

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  1. KayKreates
    KayKreates on Sat 1st Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Vintage, indeed!The movie, "The Cotton Club" came to mind as I listened to this. The recorded scratch adds the perfect touch! I like this, a lot! Another Fav!

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    LOL...You seem to be digging my stuff, Kay, and I'm really glad and thankful. Thanks for the 'fav.'

    When I started doing these 20s and 30s styles, I would have bet a dollar to a donut that no one would have cared much for them. I haven't listened to this one in about a year, but still enjoy it.

    Cheers,
    Scott

    P.S. If you're into Latin styles, my collaborator friends and I just finished our latest. Check it out, if you like at: http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/161449

  2. Nm8rx
    Nm8rx on Mon 26th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Good gravy. I never comment and here I am again saying - good really sweet job. I'm a vinyl gal so loved the crackles too.

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks so much. Glad you're finding my stuff interesting. I've just started checking out some really, really old jazz and have been putting my own spin on some. The crackling is always there on the old 78 records, so gave it a little authenticity. Since you like this, check out 'Django's Revenge.' It was my first in the really old style.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  3. deciBel
    deciBel on Wed 19th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    innovative & well designed . Scott , your wonderfull tallents & skills are obvious and it's interesting that
    someone who is an expert drum player , has such a wonderfull
    sight about usage of the other instruments .best wishes.___B

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hi Behnam,

    I haven't talked with you in awhile. Thanks for checking out my track and leaving your nice compliment.

    I am noticing your English is really getting good. Keep it up and maybe one day you can use it in America.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  4. clindsay
    clindsay on Wed 19th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    WOW really wonderful - very clever! You basically use all the tricks of the genre and I mean that in a good way. There are about 6 tracks here that could be remixed in a variety of ways. Interesting throughout. I agree that it could be a movie sound track. Great work - this must have been fun.
    -clindsay

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey, thanks allot, Clindsay! I've actually been listening to this style a bit more so I can get a better handle on it. I've always checked out the better know drummers of the time but not much else. I'm kinda digging it, believe it or not!

    Cheers,
    Scott

  5. spikespiegel
    spikespiegel on Tue 18th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    This IS exactly what I was looking for.
    It has all that thing that keeps you moving on.

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey Spike, So glad you found what you're looking for! (grin) Keep on moving to the funky beat.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  6. P4blo
    P4blo on Sat 15th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hey great track, I can´t find the licensing of this, is there a problem if we use it for a vlog intro?

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks allot. You may use it if you don't alter it in any way (other than shortening it) and if you give credit to me, Scott Burkholder. Please give link or send the vlog to me through my contact form here.

    Thanks,
    Scott

  7. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Fri 14th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi Scott,

    Wowser this is a stomping, foot tapping tune! love the scratches, nice touch. Really good stuff.

    Best wishes,

    Mark/Larry!

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey, thanks allot, Mark/Larry. I appreciate you checking it out and hittin' me up with your comment.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  8. StrawHatDJ
    StrawHatDJ on Thu 13th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    All of the track is great but my fav bit starts from 2:36, it's like the bit where everyone in the club gets up and joins in. Then theres the main dancers who move to the rythm of the sax while all in background are doing some kind of nine step lindy hop.

    Awesome !

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey, thanks allot, StrawHat! You have a good imagination. I can kind of visualize that, now.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  9. ronabo
    ronabo on Thu 13th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    I actually enjoy the swing jazz. Keep it coming.

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Much appreciated, Ronabo. Glad you enjoyed it. There is more vintage style tracks on my page if you are interested (Check out 'Django's Revenge. It's similar to this.)

    I've been checking out your stuff, too.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  10. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    As regards Sonar X3 Producer being a crap DAW - I doubt it. I think they're basically all good though I've never tried that one and don't really know much about it.

    I've heard people say Reason is some sort of amateur thing but I've been using it nearly every day since 2001 and have got some wonderful results from it, in my opinion (and some other people's as well).

    Anyway, clearly the female voices are samples but I'm still not sure what else you're playing on here. Drums are you on the Alesis kit, I gather.

    Gypsy swing guitar, maybe?

    2:45 the bassline that goes with the drums I previously mentioned is cool and classic. Good drums tend to need a good bassline. Just as well one often inspires the other, or vice versa.

    4:36 sax is cool. Another sample?

    Sorry for asking about all the samples vs played instruments but it makes a big difference to me to know what someone's actually playing. Good playing is good playing but if I hear some killer riffs or solos and find out it's the Looperman producer, I'm even more impressed.

    " I really think more people like this style than want to admit"

    I agree, in part. It's probably not so much the admitting thing, more that they forget about this style as you don't hear it about much these days. It's almost like particular period music.

    P.S. Django's Revenge is kind of what happens in Tarantino's excellent film Django Unchained - perhaps my favourite film from last year. Not sure why some people hated it but doesn't matter here and now. I remember your track too though probably listened only 6 months ago. Ah yes, I just checked and I reviewed it 5 months ago though you never replied. My comment included a good music recommendation for you.

  11. evanvlachos
    evanvlachos on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    It's like I finally have my own LPs! So beautiful vintage jazz that makes you dance and clear your mind of everything and have an awesome time laughing! Loved it :)

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks so much. Glad you enjoyed it. I wasn't sure how this would go over, but seems more people like it than I thought! I'm really getting into the older stuff, because I can't find anything worth a crap on the radio anymore.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  12. midisparks
    midisparks on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    i remember listening to my dad's LPs of benny goodman, dorsey brothers, artie shaw, etc. etc.
    you really are capturing the feeling, the spirit of this super hip music! breath of fresh air! cheers! by the by - I have a track that has been dormant that is sort of in a similar vein - maybe you would have an idea or two for it? here is the link: https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/150007

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    I'm with ya, MS. My mom and dad influenced me with this style, also. I would never had admitted it at the time, nor did I even realize it, but it began to show up in my later years, and now I love it. I just did a week run of the old Broadway musical, '42nd Street' from the 1930s and I was amazed at how much I enjoyed performing it. I always wondered why some of that stuff is still being played and performed and most of today's stuff comes and goes. I now realize the old stuff is good and most of the new stuff is CRAP...But I digress. Sorry kids...you will realize this eventually!

    Anyway, thanks my friend for lending and ear and leaving your kind words.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  13. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Very cool indeed! Love the lively free spirited feel to this. Great drums, swing and big band is so much fun to listen to. Very nostalgic and whimsical, just plain fun to listen to, great job Scott!

    Wayne

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Always a pleasure to read your comments, Wayne. Glad you like it and took the time to comment.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  14. Mykael
    Mykael on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Movie Sound Track worthy for sho, bro!

    Love & Light,

    Mykael

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey, Mykael. Thanks for listening and commenting, my friend.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  15. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Yeah, man, I was just sitting around today doing not much, looking out the window, longing for some 30s swing. And then you came along and fulfilled my longing and answered my prayers to the musical gods.

    No, that was all a lie but this is damn good!

    The first 30 secs are pretty much a whole track.

    Are you really playing everything in that intro? The cool female voices? Samples?

    So much going on here that you may not get a lot of detail in comments but you will get a lot of love for this creative oddity.

    I'd love a detailed description of what I'm actually hearing and how you put it together.

    Love the big main tom-based swinging groove. Gypsy swing guitar very cool. Little blippy synth may well not have been possible in the 30s. Hey, why not add a bit of techno? And maybe a little bhangra plus a Latin rap?

    "I doubt you will hear anything like this on Looperman"

    I think the only previous thing was a track you did, in which you also added old record scratch.

    Thing is, if you stick this on in all sorts of clubs, I'm sure a lot of people would dance to it and enjoy themselves. It's really timeless stuff though you've obviously done it in your own strange, cool way.

    More detail from me later as this is worth it.

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey SN, Always fun reading your concise comments. Not much to say as far as details. It's a combination of loops and live playing and some aggressive equalizing on the part of the older sounding stuff. I did it in Sonar X3 Producer (which someone on this site said was a 'crap' DAW a few months ago in the forum!) I really think more people like this style than want to admit. It is simply 'fun' music.

    Your memory is good...I did another similar to this one about a year ago called, 'Django's Revenge.' (It's still on my page if anyone wants to check it out.)

    Thanks allot for your time.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  16. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Great job and great fun. Here is a link to my musical favourite.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2LhVazAFGY&html5=1

    Bryan Ferry doing his Roxy Music Classic Love is the drug in 30's jazz..enjoy!

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Wow...I have a lot of Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music (Manifesto is my favorite,) but never knew about this album. Will have to look it up.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  17. Apieceoftofu
    Apieceoftofu on Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hahaha cool! Nice record imperfection effects. Reminds me of the soundtrack to Fallout 3.

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks for checking it out and commenting. Not sure I've heard the Fallout soundtrack, but will try to find it.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  18. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    A wonderful musical collage of groovy and uplifting retro elements!:)

    Congrats____Orlando

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks allot, Orlando.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  19. frankiejazzit
    frankiejazzit on Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    Perfect in the theme, well done my friend!

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Thank, my friend!

    I will be starting on your track next.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  20. EricMilligan
    EricMilligan on Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 6 years ago

    OK. This was REALLY fun!! Yes, some of us are ready for some 30's swing. This is much better than my poor attempt:
    https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/151199

    Although I think the scratchy record sound on my track was almost as good! :)

    I assume you played the drums live. I no longer have a drum set and couldn't find any samples with the right cymbal sound. You had it nailed, though.

    Nice work.

    ScottB55
    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey Eric,

    Glad you checked it out and like it. Wasn't sure anyone would. Also glad you like the drums. They are an Alesis electronic kit. My acoustic Ludwigs are just not feasible to use with this situation.

    Checking out your track, now.

    Cheers,
    Scott

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