Tags : | Fusion | 9.05 MB

Description : Harlequin....a mute character in particoloured bespangled tights (lol)..don't focus on the tights,just the movement and energy these characters traditional displayed.

Planetjazzbass: Bass guitar/Arrangement/Production
Zappo: Keyboards/Guitars
SlapJohnson: Saxophone

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  1. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 23rd Jun 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hey Dave

    Greetings from the west, mate this is very nice, listening to it with headset, have to say filling out the head room very well, nice bass, nice flowing beat, sax is stunning, excellent guitar in this one, this one takes you a pleasurable journey...Great work my friend...Really enjoyed the listen...Fv...Peace n Respect Dave...Mosaic...

  2. The9DeepBeatSquad
    The9DeepBeatSquad on Tue 14th Apr 2015 - 7 years ago

    Very smooth work. Top notch.

  3. Musicante
    Musicante on Mon 13th Apr 2015 - 7 years ago

    Nice to know the genre is nicely portrayed here with this track. It always gives me a little chuckle when the term is used and the track doesn't come close to actually being "fusion." I'm a huge fan of Weather Report, and this track sure reminds me of them...Love it!


  4. jamalsaleem786
    jamalsaleem786 on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 7 years ago

    Wery hard sond And Wery Nice

  5. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Mon 9th Feb 2015 - 7 years ago

    nice to stumble on a planetjazzbass track this a.m. like that star-trek-like vocal hit early on. I felt the split second setup into some more traditional changes right before the sax solo and that was very smooth and beautiful subtle color change. low mix awesome. peace. regards. Dan

  6. Splish
    Splish on Wed 4th Feb 2015 - 7 years ago

    Real nice vibes, and a great mix to boot! Kudos to you Dave, and Slap as well...!

  7. midiman007
    midiman007 on Sat 24th Jan 2015 - 7 years ago

    Sounds Good Mate. I am loving the SAX.

  8. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Fri 23rd Jan 2015 - 7 years ago

    Very Jazzy arrangement with lots of class. Something to truly unwind to. Talented people usually associate themselves with very talented people too. I must say this is a real Adult music lover's song.

    The arrangement very skilfully done and would not expect anything less from you Dave. The guitars truly stole the show and Slap's Sax is always the best anywhere. A nice and imaginative atmosphere keeps things glued together so nicely.

    You and your friends Dave should take a bow! Very exquisite and masterfully done, no complaints from me, just a magnificent listen.


  9. BigPete
    BigPete on Mon 22nd Dec 2014 - 7 years ago

    great performance great production, pure musical joy, nothing more to say but Happy Holidays down under.

  10. rei4real
    rei4real on Tue 16th Dec 2014 - 7 years ago

    nothing but perfect!!!!
    the first bars let me grab my axe to play along, that's all I need to say about a song I love ...
    thank you for this gem.

    peace, rei

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Rei,man that's the best compliment you could possibly give! :)..we really must do some music together and get some of that fantastic Rei guitar into the mix mate!..I know your a busy family man now though hopefully this new year we can squeeze in a track (or two)..have a wonderful and safe Christmas mate..all the best to your lovely family.... Dave :)

  11. samern
    samern on Wed 3rd Dec 2014 - 7 years ago

    i can't say more

    and OH the PERC in the intro amazing


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi Samern..thank you for the kind review mate,glad you enjoyed it!..all the best and Merry Christmas..cheers Dave :)

  12. zappo
    zappo on Tue 2nd Dec 2014 - 7 years ago

    hi Dave
    We are moving forward with our Entwicklung..lol
    Maybe we should have a complete album to upload to Reverbnation under a band name.
    Thank you for cooperation

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate..Merry Christmas!..yes we need to do an album,I don't know much about Reverbnation but sure we can do that,my bass is nearing completion and will sound better (I hope!lol)..always love playing with you man!!...Dave :)

  13. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 1st Dec 2014 - 7 years ago

    Wow Dave, you really took your music to a new level. You three are all extremely accomplished musicians and it shows here. The composition is amazing, not to mention the production. I'm not sure I could ever write something like this(i'm not worthy,lol) and listening to this just makes me a bit envious of your writing and arranging skills. The bass has a great tone, this is your frankenbass, right?

    From Zappo's incredible guitar to Slap's tasty sax, the overall feel and mood has a sweet flow. The drums keep the steady rhythm but the song takes on some interesting personalities as it goes.

    What more can I say that many have already stated? Simply an awesome fusion track. Congrats on a successful collab fellas!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate,sorry for the late reply...thank you so much for your kind words,yes this is the bass I made (which is undergoing a total body metamorphose as we speak (as I type! lol)..bass tone,bass tone it's my grail I think haha...I was watching an old Spaghetti Western awhile back and thought,Wayne and I could write a better sound track! lol (which is true)..thank you again for taking the time to listen mate...cheers from Dave,Detlef and Steve. :)

    ANTODEORO on Sat 29th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    very good composition. I like very much. BRAVO

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate cheers!..glad you enjoyed the ride!...all the best Dave :)

  15. Danke
    Danke on Sat 29th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Sorry Dave!

    Early morning without coffee...:-)

    Respect again, Danke

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Haha..that's ok mate,thank you very much for the positive review,live music rocks!..while this piece was actually played from Australia,Germany and the U.K...we're all plugged into the same groove so to speak...cheers mate! Dave :)

  16. Danke
    Danke on Sat 29th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hello Alex!

    No more clever words as the others before me told you everything!
    There is nothing like the magic of the live music!
    Only for this fact I take my hat off, but this superb instrumentation and that magical bass play and tone offer the 5 stars for this production!!!

    Much respect, Danke

  17. RealProblemShuckers
    RealProblemShuckers on Fri 28th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    When many composers combine, that equals great stuff. So, well done!!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey RPS..thanks mate!..very much appreciated!!!...all the best..cheers Dave :)

  18. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Fri 28th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi Dave

    This is revelation! It is simply wonderful and a joy to behold. Firstly the talent that is evident in the playing is outstanding. Real musicianship abounds and is illustrated by tasteful playing and amazing sounds. The arrangement is superb and added to the fact that the players are not competing for space gives the end result a great feel and sounds excellent.

    Sometimes when I look through tracks here on the Loop and then look at members profiles (oh did I say that out loud?) I see postings within days of each other. When you listen to it you sort of know why too. It is always plain to see (and hear) that your music is "crafted" and has had love and care in it's construction. At a time when making music can be almost instant for some it is reassuring to know there are those who prefer to rely on skill, knowledge, talent and artistic flair to create something over a period of time that deserves to be listened to.

    Top track Dave - applause to all the guys concerned.


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Richie thanks mate!....like you I always try to get every element heard within a mix (sometimes better,sometimes worse though! lol)...I think a lot of producers suffer because they think of music as 'product' rather than process,I also think their compromised from not having the benefit of growing up listening to a vast spectrum of different music like you and I have..boom,boom,boom will only get you so far! haha..again thanks for your support mate it means a lot!...cheers Dave :)

  19. 15ludwicke
    15ludwicke on Fri 28th Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hey Plantjazzbass,
    I had never heard of fusion before. (although I do play guitar and trumpet in my school's jazz band) It was really interesting to hear the whole dynamic of funk, rock, and jazz blended into one song. I really liked the saxophone improv; I thought you did a great job using dynamics to keep every note interesting, along with superb phrasing to keep me guessing where you would go next. The guitar solo was great! (I have a rock background with guitar) It had a perfect amount of distortion, reverb and delay to keep it smooth, yet really in your face and punchy. Overall great track! Looking forward to see what other Fusion songs you put out!

    Rico L.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate....thank you very much for your great review!..I tend to categorise a lot of my work under fusion,not so much because it contains many different styles (though this track does shoehorn nicely within that description) but mainly because that's what used to be an offshoot genre of jazz or jazz rock....again thanks for the listen and thumbs up mate,be on your page soon!...all the best Dave :)

  20. Ensam
    Ensam on Sun 23rd Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Just goes to show what can happen when real musicians get together and create some magic.

    Beautifully executed and produced, very pro


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Simon..many thanks from myself,Detlef and Steve for your positive thumbs up mate!...I did spend a fair amount of time mixing this little devil (I love my Auratones! lol) and getting a pass from a pro like yourself means a lot mate!....going to be plugging in the router shortly,expect some pics!...cheers Dave :)

  21. MWRatridge
    MWRatridge on Sun 23rd Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    This is fantastic. Speachless. Brilliant. Soothing.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Mark...thanks buddy,very much appreciate the thumbs up mate!..be heading over to your ranch very shortly to sample (no not the HipHop ripoff kind! lol)the audio offerings..cheers mate Dave :)

  22. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Ok wow on the intro, is that an ocarina? As I listen I am just drawn into this so my first musical pass will be about how it effects me as a listener. Bass has such an awesome groove, sinister in nature. Chord structure is almost deviant. then that wicked guitar solo moment.(I might mix it just a hair smaller in the overall mix) But just a wow. For me the bass work drives this piece. The subtle sounds create this flow of energy to the piece. the other sounds are mere accoutrements that accent this musical art piece well. The sax is so well played and mixed. What I like about your work Dave is the attention to detail in the arrangement. It's almost a lost art in music these days.
    thanks to this song I started to explore 801 with Phil Manzanera once again, so thanks for that.

    I can't wit for the hip hop remix..;-) just kidding.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Steve in reply to your great review,I have just updated the mix and done as you suggested and lowered the guitar solo a tad,I was wondering why my right ear was sore! lol (bit of screech factor there)haha....thank you very much for taking the time to listen and constructively help in the production!..I still have a near mint condition copy of 801!! Phil Manzanera is one of my favs!...Hell mate if a HipHop remix produced some of the folding,you would see my high horse pulled over to the curb at the first baseball cap shop that quickly it'd make your eyes water! lol....again thanks for your input mate!...cheers Dave :)

  23. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Well Dave....you dont post as often as many of us (me in particular) would like...but when you do..man you just raise the bar...I`m not really sure what to even say about this one...for me, its an example of what might be accomplished when a group of fine musician /composers/ producers get together and build the music with thought and patience...(I`ll have another chat with myself about my lazy habits..but it hasnt worked before)...let me just say I enjoyed this one immensely...and I raise my glass in respect to all of you..(its just beer but I like it)...great stuff mate....Ed

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Ed...aahh mate your way too kind!..I'm definitely going to be lifting my musical output and want to explore more orchestrated pieces soon with extended acoustic backgrounds...it's heartening to hear a fine musician like yourself enjoying this piece,I was a little concerned it was too haphazard and all over the shop,maybe it is! haha...again thank you for taking the time to listen,I'll be heading down to your page for some Canadian 'windage' (I'm not absolutely certain what this actually means but someone said it in Full Metal Jacket in reference to whiskey and I thought it was cool! lol)..cheers mate Dave :)

  24. soundhound
    soundhound on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    This is a very, very nice piece of work. solid production...
    A spot or 2 things just get in the way of each other, but not in a bad way...
    Everything is so clean, that they just stick out harmonically to my ear
    But over all it's top shelf stuff, a Highway Roller 4 sure...

    Outstandingly done...Dave...


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey TG..thanks for the great review mate!!...I've updated the track with a few slight mixing changes on advisement from the cool people of Looperman like yourself!!!...I'm glad you enjoyed the track and again thank you from Detlef,Steve and myself..cheers Dave :)

  25. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    The real musicians on this site knows how to get things done here like you do Dave. The line up of fine talent in this song illustrates your commitment and passion to create great music that not only impresses but sounds professional. The guitar work in this one blew me away. The bass, Funky! Slap, well I am big fan of his work and we are fortunate to have such a great talent on this site. His Saxophone work adds a bit of a spark to this. Zappo keyboard work, brilliant. I really appreciate a great song that was thought out, planned, arranged and played very well. Awesome song! Joe

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Aaaah Joe,thanks mate...like you when I got back Zappo's parts they blew me away!...at times their totally full on,I mean he's got his foot to the metal,quite literally in this case...I've experienced this in many live playing situations where things just go ballistic (in a good way)and always from lead guitarists!!!lol..luckily he's also a keyboard player,does this mean he gets all the chicks! haha.....Slap is always a pleasure to have on board,he is how shall I say it.....the consummate professional,nothing phases him apart from a phaser pedal maybe ;)....man,I and the guys thank you for the glowing endorsement!...be on your page soon mate..Dave :)

  26. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 21st Nov 2014 - 7 years ago


    This really is true fusion music and I mean a specific thing by that that I'll now try to explain.

    I end up having to put quite a few of my tracks here in the 'fusion' genre - mostly because nothing else seems to fit and there's no 'psychedelic' or at least 'psychedelic rock'.

    I'm generally not happy using that tag and listening to this track reminds me why. I think fusion is actually a proper genre (often 'jazz fusion') and not just what you get when a bunch of genres are mixed together. This track I hear as a classic example of that fusion genre. It's certainly got the jazz in it.

    I'm not particularly into the fusion genre, even though I do a lot of music making that has a great deal in common with it. Maybe it's the somewhat meandering sort of vibe or the slightly atonal jazz aspect. Hard to say. 0:04 is a classic sort of atonal jazz fusion chord. It might even be your bass.

    0:57 those high notes really catch my attention, especially at 1:03. Quite theremin-like there and a cool sound.

    Fat, solid beat in this but perhaps your bass tone is the standout element. I don't mean just the fine playing but that the tone really adds the character that I think a more regular bass guitar sound just wouldn't add. I still want that sound. Must get a fretless bass someday.

    2:30 that's a good snare.

    3:28 I like the rocking guitar, especially the weird lead. I think it does drown the drums (and thus groove) out a bit but that's probably just about OK.

    4:54 guitar solo is also pretty damn cool. With some tight, funk guitar behind it.

    It's overall a well produced and even better played track featuring fine performances from everyone involved. Makes me think of live music rather than home listening type of stuff.

    Maybe the closest thing I've done to this sort of jazz fusion track is the following one. It kind of sounds quite acoustic but it's all sample-based keyboard instruments and modified drum loops. No live, recorded instruments, for a change.

    Think Big Feel Small


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Think big feel small..I like that,in fact that would somewhat describe my feelings when I look at insect life,which greatly interests me........I've always considered 'fusion' just as you describe it....though sometimes it masquerades under it's post 70's moniker of 'jazz rock'...(have to prod Looperman into getting a Psychedelic genre!)....my bass tone here is from an 5 string instrument I built myself,and which is about to undergo some major reconstructive surgery (deeper chambered body amongst other things and removal of the magnetic pickup so it's only a bridge piezo) this track's sound was 75% magnetic, 25% piezo...It's a pity we don't live in the same town,I'd come around and show you how to make one(or build you one! lol) about $450-$550 outlay in materials for a bass that would cost many thousands if bought retail.........thank you for a very cool review mate,Slap and Zappo deserve the major kudos here as I'm just the bass player! haha..will be checking out your track and many more!..all the best Dave :)

  27. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Fri 21st Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Really enjoyable fusion track with initial pleasantly lazy vibe which subsequently gives the room for tasty sax soloing, raising the temperature a bit, and finaly leaves the space to
    very solid guitar combinations which do the final trick. Well done to all involved!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey there Orlando,thanks for the listen mate...glad you liked it,a bit of a free for all but we all survived unscathed to play another day!...cheers mate your review is very much appreciated!....Dave :)

  28. traz75
    traz75 on Fri 21st Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi Dave! Really interesting track, congrats!
    Regards, traz

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Traz..thanks for the listen mate,glad you liked it ! cheers Dave :)

  29. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 21st Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    Very interesting and stylish fusion here! Haven't heard from Slap or Zapp for quite a while, so this is a nice change here on the loop! I can always get into your bass style, and I must say that it's my favorite part of the track. I guess the crunchy guitar part around the 4 minute mark is pretty cool, but I feel that it's a bit on the obtrusive side in a mix like this. I got the feeling that there were two guitar tracks going on at the same time which had virtually the same tone to them, maybe that led to me feeling it was on the loud side. The cleaner guitar chords after that were quite nice though. I enjoyed listening to the whole piece, and you all did a great job!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Pat..first off I really do owe you an apology,I've been very slack lately and haven't been listening to much music,which more importantly means your great music!..I shall be rectifying this situation post haste!(well in the next couple of days) :).........I did share a few of your insights concerning this piece,I think it's because both Detlef and I were coming off a little hiatus from music,so it ended up a wham bam thank you mam affair,lol... a smorgasbord comes to mind or an all you can eat steak plaza! haha..thanks for your concise valued opinion mate! cheers Dave :)

  30. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Fri 21st Nov 2014 - 7 years ago

    sounds nice. I would preffer some more straight played chord progression on keyboards to all the atmospheres added here. I really like the slapjohnson's playing - it sets the composition more in a specific tonality. there's some unnecessary (to me of course) 'harmonic ambivalence' at parts over these fine bass grooves you've played. the track seems a bit 'over-fused' even, if that makes sense. from about 4:38 mark it sounds much simple to me and that's my favourite part (with acoustic guitar). I can hear double bass loop and bass overtones at 0:22 - nice jazz feel.

    nice work, this type of mixing is not my favourite though.
    I enjoyed your track, thanks for allowing downloads, Alex

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Alex..thank you for the great candid review! much appreciated...I think sometimes a fork in the road appears during the conception stages of a track and looking back one can sometimes think,hell I should have consulted a map first! lol ...I hear what your saying and mostly agree,but this track was always going to be a little provocative tonally,and yes we (I) probably over cooked it,next time I'll be setting the oven at 160 degrees for a slow even baking.haha ;).....again thank you for the honest appraisal,it means a lot mate!...cheers Dave :)

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