Tags : | Fusion | 16.00 MB | Featured

Description : If you've ever got into surfing you'll understand this track. The horizon is the future, gravity is the engine and nature is the focus.
Arrangement, instrumentation, production
Planetjazzbass

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  1. Nous2
    Nous2 on Fri 22nd Mar 2019 - 7 months ago

    Pas mal !!

  2. prizewell
    prizewell on Sat 26th Jan 2019 - 8 months ago

    this is the viibe.. shaka bruv!

  3. clickbaitcabaret
    clickbaitcabaret on Fri 25th Jan 2019 - 9 months ago

    Be all psychedelic & shit. Pretty chill rip for a day of 420 beach time. Gets a little harsh in spots, but that's not a bad thing. Great work all the way round.

  4. mrE
    mrE on Fri 4th Jan 2019 - 9 months ago

    AS USUAL.VERY NICE dAVE

  5. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Fri 16th Feb 2018 - 1 year ago

    I swear you could make a career in post production. I'm always amazed by your use of effects and background noises/incidentals. Brilliant!

    I'm starting to listen more and more to songs in which the bass player actually plays a melody, and yourplaying is spot on.

    The drums are great. The mix is brilliant, dark yet atmospheric.This is getting faved and downloaded!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Malu, wow man coming from a pro like yourself that's music to my ears! I sometimes think the little audio asides I add maybe counter productive to the main groove so it's good to hear their working out fine, very much appreciate you stopping for a listen mate!...cheers Dave :)

  6. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Sat 27th Jan 2018 - 1 year ago

    That's a slick track bro, I really dig the groovy vibe throughout. The guitars are killer man, I gotta listen to more of your stuff. Love that outtro too, so seductive and mysterious. The bongo’s are a nice touch and fit the theme. I can close my eyes and picture a dawn patrol off Ocean City in the younger days. I did a little surfing and some skate boarding during my fearless (and little regard for life) teens. Have to admit that I was expecting something more along the lines of Dick Dale, Jan and Dean, The Ventures or the Beach Boys from the title. Even though we were a few generations or so from that era, when it came to music there were certain songs that were considered "Holy Grail" and required listening. My favorite was Catch a Wave by the Beach Boys, which Endless Summer pretty much was the soundtrack of my life between the ages of 14 -16. I still get chills when I listen to it. During that time I discovered music, surfing, girls and got my drivers license. The age of innocence was over, it was a great time! Thanks for the download on this one and also for triggering the ol' memory banks !

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Neo thanks buddy! it's great remembering times back on the coast and I'm glad this track achieved a little of that for you, damn I need to move to a warmer climate (water wise) haha I've turned into a whimp, no 10mm neoprene wetsuits for me!..really appreciate you dropping by mate...cheers Dave :)

  7. laurentwirz
    laurentwirz on Sun 21st Jan 2018 - 1 year ago

    WELL DONE! I really like it as your excellent loops. Thank you.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks Laurent, very much appreciated! cheers Dave :)

  8. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Sun 17th Dec 2017 - 1 year ago

    Wow! Just fucking wow!

    This is truly amazing and impressive.
    Listening to this late night, under the cloak of darkness and it blew my mind.

    Great arrangement! Great grooves. Love hearing a true musician do his thing.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Renz thanks man, I actually surfed once at night but got totally paranoid about sharks! haha the cloak of darkness is good for some tings though!..very much appreciate you dropping by mate! cheers Dave :)

  9. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 1st Nov 2017 - 1 year ago

    Hey Dave! Surfing is a big thing here where I live and so are the shark bites, ouch. Any day you can walk down to the beach and watch people surf on a board, wind surf using a kite, paddle board, body surf... I can totally get the theme and feel of what you have going on. I love watching the surfing vids on you tube of these surfers and the music that accompanies them can be as good as the surfing itself and can set the tone, whether it's wipe-outs or successful big wave, the music always adds a sense of being there.

    Endless Summer feel to the track, hot sun and blowing sand musically created helps to set the mood. Need to wipe the sand and sweat off my brow and head back in the water to cool off. ;)

    Well done there Dave, hang ten if you can!

    Wayne

  10. jamielow
    jamielow on Tue 15th Aug 2017 - 2 years ago

    I just posted a short Facebook video that sampled this track for a Class V rafting trip we ran this weekend; it took me an hour to find anything that worked, and then I saw the title to your track. Worked great, thanks for posting this!

    Credit for the track is included at the end of the video:
    https://www.facebook.com/alloutdoors/videos/10154787856412344/

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Ok jamie your new here so I'll give you as little grief as I can about what you've done, while I'm pleased that you liked my track you have absolutely no right to use it in any shape or form without my express permission to do so, I own the complete copyrights to all my tracks posted here, unlike my loops which are royalty free and need no permissions. So because I'm a reasonable person I won't take any further action against you however if you do this again to me or anyone else here at Looperman it'll be a different story, not so much from my end but the other members won't be so understanding and will start proceedings to have you removed from the site and even litigate against you.

  11. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 8th Aug 2017 - 2 years ago

    Yo, PJB.

    This is some good surf shit. Cool, very far out, mystical intro. No surfing yet. Not unlesss it's slow motion surfing on another planet.

    Ah, here come the waves. And the gulls. Did you surf out far to get those sounds?

    Then funky bass and guitar and a steady funk drum groove. Is that guitar clipping at all? I can hear a little bit of perhaps unwanted crunch though nothing terrible.

    3:14 break for the waves to return and then a groove and vibe I much prefer. Nice and spacious and jazzy. I prefer the drums and laidback vibe. And more far out feel.

    1:42-3:14 is decent but I'd probably prefer the track if that section were entirely removed.

    Second half has some tasty little jazzy guitar runs. Very gentle and carefully considered stuff.

    Overall: congratulations.

    P.S. I have never got into surfing. Never done it at all. I prefer kayaking and should be going out on the river tomorrow. As if you need to know!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey man thanks for dropping in (I actually got whacked in the face for doing this unintentionally when I was a kid, some local (big) hotshot was so far back in the foam ball I didn't even see him until he gave me one on the way past!) haha true story...The track is geared towards film so the arrangement structure won't sit so well with more traditional song expectations, I guess it's just horses for courses in the end...I've seen guys using kayaks in the surf, they all got pounded! especially trying to get through the white water haha ...always great to hear your perspective..cheers Dave :)

  12. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Tue 8th Aug 2017 - 2 years ago

    I almost forgot I was listening to this. I'm at work and the waves came crashing in in the intro. Haha. 3:15 mwahh, love it. This is a nice mellow and as usual pleasant listen from you Dave!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Pat, thanks for dropping me a listen, very much appreciated...when are we going to hear some of your totally awesome talent again? soon I hope! cheers Dave :)

  13. Bilbozo
    Bilbozo on Sun 6th Aug 2017 - 2 years ago

    I come to shake the Planet's tree. How are things Dave? Thank for the treat bro. This was quite the journey which I thoroughly enjoyed. It's a long weekend and I just finished recording and posting a sing and decided to give my tired ears some PJB. I love this song with it's jazzy rhythmical vibe, topped of with some great fusion and what is that I hear? Some very impressive guitar to go alongside that fretless bass. Great to hear your new stuff my friend ! Cheers to you and I hope all is well with you bro.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate great to see you in the Looperverse again!...man I'm looking forward to checking out your new track which I'll be doing as soon as I finish my reply here, mate I love playing the guitar so thanks for the props but I can only pray that one day I'll get to about 20% of your ability and that would do me! haha ...speaking of guitar just after I finished this track I rearranged my studio setup and in doing so unplugged the usb cable from my PodHD500, I'm always careful with my gear so I wasn't impressed when I discovered that the usb port's middle section on the 500 had broken, apparently this is a very common fault on an otherwise bulletproof fx unit, I've had the thing apart and replaced the usb port but I'll have to do it again as it's still not connecting to the computer, even if I can't fix it it's still programmable manually but even so it'll be a bit of a bummer, so take it easy with yours (mine was obviously built on a Monday! lol...man we'll need to get together for a collab some time! great to hear from you buddy..cheers Dave :)

  14. monsterage
    monsterage on Sun 23rd Jul 2017 - 2 years ago

    damn that intro is so beautiful! it gives me a very arabic feeling? I'm not sure if its arabic for sure... but damn this is amazing very great job my friend.

  15. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 20th Jul 2017 - 2 years ago

    Love that intro ambient and atonal. and then...1:43.....I can only describe it in the way my face made this expression. It´s the same expression you make when you build a bonfire and it´s freaking huge but still within the bounds of control and everyone just has this look of awe. The same look you and your buddies have at each other when this super hot 10 comes walking past all of you and you can´t help but acknowledge your shared experience. That guitar is so gritty with that bass line. Magical. You are a Musicians , Musician! BTW my Pop used to play tunes from the Ventures, Duane Eddy and also Dick dale, but this rides on a much more chilled path. Brilliant. Fav´d of course.
    Crustanding ovation!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Cru thanks man!..I love all that old style surf music and I wouldn't be at all surprised if it makes a comeback someday. I used to surf all the time when I was younger and if I ever move to a location where the water is warm! (lol) I'll take it up again, no doubt die hard skeg heads would call me a pussy, haha...That's very cool your Dad was into surf music, imagine growing up in a Hip Hop household, they'd be handing out prison orientation pamphlets at the breakfast table!..thanks again for stopping by mate much appreciated..cheers Dave :)

  16. NateJMusic
    NateJMusic on Wed 19th Jul 2017 - 2 years ago

    Wow, I never saw that transition coming. Good job!! Great Track!!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Nate, thanks buddy glad you enjoyed the track....cheers Dave :)

  17. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 27th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    I love it when I get through reading the comments and the beat drops. Classic tune Dave, I freaking dig it!

    You always hit the nail on the head with your low frequency ranges, and that is no simple task! Since I know you are a bass dude, I respect it even more.

    This second part is dissolving into a massive psychedelic groove, and it sounds great!

    You descriiption saying - "The horizon is the future, gravity is the engine and nature is the focus." It reminded me of a couple of things right away. Walking, most of all. Second were running and how I imagine it must be to master frisbee golf. This song expresses my feelings while walking very creatively, and if only for that I will fave and DL it.

    Thanks for sharing this masterpiece! I've enjoyed it thoroughly! I'm so glad that the neighbors aren't pound fence posts just now!

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Pat thanks buddy!...there is absolutely nothing better than walking, it's the best way for me anyway to get the mind to function, you get random, you get focus, you get it all..never tried frisbee golf , but I like to think that myself and a ski buddy of mine invented ski fris back in 1970, we'd find a big open not too steep run and ski down passing the fris between us and we got some mammoth moves in, we had a ball but the weird thing was we encountered one big problem, after awhile the frisbees would break straight down the middle perfectly in half, the plastic got too cold and brittle, even my black super pro model busted! haha...thanks for taking the time to listen mate, I always value your opinion as I know you tap your creative compass from the source...cheers Dave :)

  18. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 25th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Was caught off guard a bit by the big atmospheric intro..perhaps expecting something bent more towards what has now become known as surf musuc (the stuff I first learned to play)..but man, this is (as I always expect) classically good PJB stuff...like the compositional thinking that sets the scene..brings in those elements (1st section) that say "Surf"...then evolved into a sort of a smooth Summery-jazz thing the could conjure up evening at the beach scenes..or city late night....Your are a big talent Dave..enjoy the way you arrange and play...but I can never ignore the production results you get...I have to assume you are a bit of a perfectionist with your art as it just shines...even when I thought I was pretty good at it, I could never have got those kind of production values..Fabulous bit of work...big fav for sure....much respect....Ed

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Ed thanks buddy!..it's interesting that "surf" music in the traditional sense is now relegated to a seldom visited pigeon hole and never (if ever) used by contemporary film makers, you get anything from deep house to rockabilly to full on dub, which is understandable seeing as the stuff we grew up on is prehistoric! haha..that's fine with me I'd never try and play The Ventures material it just wouldn't seem right, and apart from anything else I don't use a plectrum and could never pull it off. I've been checking out some Canadian dudes who do arctic surfing they are totally insane and what the do is totally brilliant, the commitment level required is nothing short of mindblowing....you ever get the urge to go tube riding while there's three feet of snow on the ground? haha....thanks again for listening mate, cheers Dave :)

  19. topclass
    topclass on Thu 25th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    OMG!!! this is so awsome this track, i love the intro and the changes in the track, loving that cool guitar, this is simply wonderful, a lovely album like this would be brilliant
    all the best and well done

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Topclass...thank you for taking the time to listen very much appreciated and especially coming from another guitar aficionado like yourself....all the best Dave :)

  20. mindhiest
    mindhiest on Thu 25th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    very nice, my boss is a surfer. I played it for him and just smiled.
    great job.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Mindhiest, cool man! surfers are down to earth types, good to have one as a boss!..cheers mate Dave :)

  21. dumarecht
    dumarecht on Tue 23rd May 2017 - 2 years ago

    it's the waves and the birds, the sun and the sea, some chilling on the beach with a cocktail or tree. i love bongo's

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mate thanks for taking the time to listen!...yep I love bongos to..I actually have an album called "Bongo Fury" true! haha....all the best Dave :)

  22. thephilosofist
    thephilosofist on Mon 22nd May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Very nice track Dave. I like the ambience quite a bit, definitely something I can imagine listening to while sitting with a nice glass of something-or-other on a gorgeous day.

    Nice use of delay, not too gratuitous but enough to embody that seaside-surf feel for sure. And as always, nice playing!

    Cheers, Dave. Glad to see you're still around these parts.
    - Matt

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Matt thanks man!...yeah that delay can be a two edged sword, I remember when Miles Davis (my hero) used it to excess in the 70's so I always keep that in mind, glad you enjoyed the tune buddy and good to see you back here mate! cheers Dave :)

  23. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Mon 22nd May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Dave, I like the seaside effects. I actually live by the ocean coast. But to be more impartial, it does set a relaxing mood. First, the entire presentation is very inviting, smooth and very palatable like fine white wine. It feels right.

    Verse structure and song arrangement professionally and masterfully done. The Strings? I mean what can I really say about the most amazing strings on this site that has not already been been said. I would just be piling on to a tall list of accolades, kudos, and honours that has been said about your strings Dave!

    Truly amazing piece of work that showcases your guitar playing and your talent front and center in a song that I could picture myself listening to while dining at a five star restaurant. You are that consummate, unparalleled, and uncompromising musician/writer/producer professional that many of us truly admire and respect, at least I do. Very, very well done Dave! Thanks for the download, I am putting this one on my phone right now! Great song.

    Cheers Dave!
    Joe

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Joe...your way way too kind mate! I really appreciate your time and professional assessment as I know how fastidious you are with your own productions, it's down to people like you that I've learnt to step back from an arrangement and listen to what's actually happening with fresh ears and make production decisions in a more enlightened manner...we will never be masters of the universe but we will strive to polish our mastering! ;) all the best Dave :)

  24. Nodog
    Nodog on Mon 22nd May 2017 - 2 years ago

    As im a guitar buff i really appreciate the class jazzy guitar work which is very nice super clarity well played. Nice transition into the slower second phase i like the tempo overall its really fab track well done i hope you find a surf filmaker to make best use of it . Regards Robbie.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Robbie thanks man!..good to hear from a fellow guitar enthusiast, I've never been into heavily distorted tones from the guitar in relation to my own playing I find it can muddy up the mix...apart from Hendrix that is! who used it with true artistic expression, glad you liked the track mate, all the best ....Dave :)

  25. silverman
    silverman on Mon 22nd May 2017 - 2 years ago

    This is well cool.
    This is summer.
    This is music!
    Not to keen on that long intro with sound effects.
    This is way beyond needing such sound effects.
    The title sets the mood/scene perfectly.
    Absolutely love it.
    Favourite.

    Planetjazzbass
    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Silver thanks man, a very generous review mate!...The intro is intentionally long (though I agree if I was performing this it would be cut right back) as I've been watching a lot of short surfing vids on youtube and have been in touch with a few surf filmakers (with the intent to get them to use some of my music) the indications are that artistically an extended intro gives time to set up the theme and continuity for the films, with stills, montages and heaps of slow motion...thanks again for your time mate!..cheers Dave :)

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