Tags : | Blues | 8.17 MB

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.

Enjoy and download away.

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  1. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Mon 26th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    How powerful and commanding that guitar is! It's saying C'MERE! Haha. This is one of those songs you love right away but can't really (accurately) explain why. I'm sure Nancy enjoyed it, because I sure did. The guitar is my favorite! I can hear some strong vocals on this! Awesome job!! :-)

    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks so much, Patricia. Coming from you, that means a lot.

    Funny, I'm still in touch with Nancy on facebook after all these miles and all these years.

    You mentioned you can hear some vocals. If you think you might be interested in doing some, LMK. I'm not sure if I still have the individual tracks, but I can look.


  2. andre778
    andre778 on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 4 years ago

    Everybody is right bout this one. An great ear for music.
    Thank you for this.

    Reply by ScottB55

    So sorry for not getting back sooner. Your comment is much appreciated...Thanks much.


  3. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Mon 13th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Wow !!! Sounds like Clapton & Floyd wrapped up all in one Wonderfully mixed. Thanks for the listen . This one kicks butt. Pat

    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey Pat,

    Ya know, I never really noticed the Floyd/Clapton sound before, but after listening to it again, I believe you are right! Funny how other people can point out something that you may have missed.

    Anyway, Thanks for checking it out and commenting.


  4. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Sun 7th Jun 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hey Scott

    Mate tried reviewing this one last night, but net was so slow, so back here now so I can do your great justice hearing it at the correct speed, Guitar a big stand out for me, sounds great, mate who is on the guitar? very good player....crystal clear production, liking the vocal bits that filter through, then man the sax kicks and takes it t another level, amazing piece to listen too here in OZ on a beautiful Sunday morning...FAV...Peace n Respect...Mosaic...

    Reply by ScottB55

    Hey Mosaic,

    I really appreciate you taking the time to listen to this track and hitting me up with your kind words. Glad you like it.


  5. silverman
    silverman on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 5 years ago

    Listened to this twice now and it got even better.
    I noticw you have a Jewish Princess and know Bobby Brown ... me too.
    As fr 10 cc I used to live near what was then their studio ... Strawberry recording studios Stockport.
    Great track.

    Reply by ScottB55

    Glad you like it. Love 10cc, but not sure how it relates here, but maybe you hear something I don't.


  6. silverman
    silverman on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 5 years ago

    Oh my lord I love this one!
    It's 1972 I'm in my flat in Manchester England and I've just rolled a fat one!
    It's dark and I'm just listening ... nothing more just listening.
    Been nosying around your tracks this is my favourite.

    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks again. Glad you like it enough to hit me again.


  7. KayKreates
    KayKreates on Sat 1st Nov 2014 - 5 years ago

    OMG, this is Awesome!! This has most definitely satisfied my bluesy side! That guitar playing is da bomb & I love Sax! This is a masterpiece...GreatWork!!

    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks allot, Kay. Glad you like it and thanks for your comment.


    P.S. I checked out one of the online music creators you mentioned. These are pretty cool to play around with, but if you are serious about your music, you should maybe check out some of the programs where you can actually do it yourself. I started with Cakewalk's 'Music Creator.' It's about $35. There are many others out there, but I've only stayed with Cakewalk programs since I started, so am not familiar with the others. You can use the loops from the members here in these programs. That's how I got started, than met other musicians to play on my tracks (and me on theirs) If I can help with anything, LMK...Good luck!

  8. ZEE
    ZEE on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    I like this one, very chilled and laid back. Could just imagine playing this at sunset driving along a long road.
    Very good production.


    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks allot, Zee. Happy you took the time to listen and leave your kind words.


  9. fixxxer
    fixxxer on Wed 8th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    We've all got one lurking somewhere right? Feeling this one for sure reminds me of someone I know who has been present in everything musical since I was a teenager. Nothing I have listened to here has provoked so much emotion and bittersweet memories in under 5 minutes. A truly class job. That's going in my personal music collection right now. :-)

    Reply by ScottB55

    Those rides were fun in our younger days. Wouldn't change those memories for anything.

    Glad you like my track and took time to comment.


  10. domr30
    domr30 on Wed 8th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    un bon moment et cette guitare qui vole au dessus admirable bien jouer domr

    Reply by ScottB55

    Merci beaucoup, DOMR. Je vous remercie de votre commentaire.

    S'il vous plaît excusez mon Français.

    Des cris de joie,

  11. Christk
    Christk on Tue 7th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    Beautiful blues Scott.
    Nice work"

    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks allot, Chris. I appreciate you checking it out and leaving your kind words.


  12. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Sun 5th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    nice lines on nice b. track, cool classic guitar vibes. nice vocals and slow cat synths. but the sax are the best! - some Kenny G smooth kind of vibes. Nice work! Alex

    Reply by ScottB55

    Hi Alex,

    Nice of you to check out my little tune and hit me up with some kind words. Really appreciated.


  13. midiman007
    midiman007 on Sun 5th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    Sounds really good, Scott. I like the guitar playing and the sax.

    Reply by ScottB55

    Thanks allot, James. Really appreciate you checking it out and leaving your kind words. I'm sure it's nothing you couldn't do with your magic fingers.


  14. danke
    danke on Sun 5th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    Dear God!

    Ooooh Myyy Gooosh!

    This is outstanding musicianship right here...I hope that I don't say any bad when I said that guitar play is like Gary Moore (r.i.p.)...
    That bass tune is coming straight from the 60's, 70's...great, great, great!!!
    Your drum is the same...old :-) but full of feeling and technicality...
    When I think about blues I will always show to my band this song and say: listen this guys, that's what I'm talking about...:-)



    Reply by ScottB55

    Wow, Danke...Such praise that I'm not sure I deserve, but thank you very much.

    I know it's kinda dated for today's kids, but I make music that I like in styles I grew up with, and when someone like yourself can appreciate it, it's quite fulfilling.


  15. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 5th Oct 2014 - 5 years ago

    That Guitar and that Sax this tune is sooo Saxxy! ;-)
    great work. love the acoustic guitar chord structures as well. but that blues guitar is downright killer.
    so cool!

    Reply by ScottB55

    Many thanks, Steve. Always a great compliment getting kind words from a fine musician as yourself. Much appreciated.


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