Tags : | Blues | 5.25 MB

Description : A nice blues collaboration with Tumbleweed on the guitar. Nice wah guitar Ed. Thanks to Ed for mixing this project also

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  1. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Thu 16th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    Yo.

    This here be some deep, smokey blues!

    Guitar early on is cool. Nice lazy drum groove. Only complaint about it is that maybe the kick could be a bit louder.

    Sax works really well. I don't have many good sax VST instruments in my musical arsenal so perhaps I should look about for something better. Good, expressive sax (synth) playing too.

    Just a cool, lazy laidback-as-fuck blues jam.

    Guitar is maybe a bit too loud at certain points, overshadowing the groove a bit but not that big a deal. Beat is still pretty strong and insistent.

    Piano (especially high tinkly notes) is also good.
    Perhaps the track is a bit too long as it doesn't have too many obvious changes but that suits this kind of vibe.

    Overall: well done on an authentic late night blues jam.

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the kind words. It's always a pleasure to work with Tumbleweed.

  2. Onsi3
    Onsi3 on Mon 13th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    Nice track you should reply to the good comments people are leaving so they know that you get involved
    Keep up the good work

    ONSI3

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thank you for the good comment. I do appreciate all of the collaboration and support from this site. Without Looperman, I was alone in my music hobby. Peace, PDMuzak

  3. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Sun 12th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    I can always deal with some good blues and this is really nice. Great guitar, great sax which you said you played on the keyboard. It sounds quite authentic...Good job!

    Cheers,
    Scott

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the support Scott. Pat Dinnel

  4. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 11th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    I see Ed got his wah on!! Awesome.
    Great work. Sax is mixed nicely in the background.
    good work.
    Cru

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the comments. Ed is always a joy to work with. He has a lot of expression in his style.

  5. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 11th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    When i noticed who's onboard for this collab I rushed to push the play button...and...was blown away!!...so this means I'm not here anymore...bye....:)

    I mean...really...this is crazy good!!...The sickest sax I ever heard and the genius of Ed's guitar...ultimative killer
    combination....everything else is top notch too!! Ofcourse I expected something exquisite but not this madness which really took me by surprise...Thank you guys for this tremendous treat!

    Compliments and respect to all involved______Orlando

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the kind words. I was very fortunate to have Ed on board for this one.

  6. Nightingale
    Nightingale on Fri 10th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    This river flows deep inside
    And breaks out by
    The healthy cry

    The pure feeling
    Naked soul
    And the great spirit
    First of all

    "The Blues",
    Igor Pose

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the cool poem . I'm working on some more . PDMuzak

  7. danke
    danke on Sat 27th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    What a track!

    The atmosphere that caught me...than that fabulous sax play...what software did you use for this tune? It's got a bloody live sound...
    Ed's wah play is superb as usual, but my 2 cents is that it was a bit much when the 2 instru played together...
    Was it a bariton tone?

    Anyways, instant fav and huge congrats for both of you...

    Handshake, Danke

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the comments. As far as mixing, Ed did all of the mixing. The sax was performed on keyboard using a combination of audio from my Yamaha keyboard and a built in Cakewalk sax Vst that I modified to create an air sound. The patch from the Yamaha YPG -535 was #75 Growl sax. Thanks PDMuzak

  8. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Thu 25th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hello PDMuzak .
    This is a fantastic track.
    Tumbleweed guitar really puts a life on it.
    Wonderful track
    Well done to both of you……….favs it goes
    Jamid

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    Thanks for the comment. This is just a fun hobby for me. I think Ed has been in the music business before.

  9. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 25th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Thanks for letting me tag along Pat....some of the finest key & sax playing I have ever had the privilege of playing along with...look forward to the next one whenever it may be....You should do a couple of reviews/comments on other tracks & get this one bumped over to the Featured track pages....Thanks again...Ed

    PDMuzak
    Reply by PDMuzak

    I would like to take credit for being a sax player,but the sax track was played on the keyboard. Thanks for your wah guitar Ed. PDmuzak

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