Tags : | Blues | 5.19 MB

Description : Rich from Filthy Rich and the Poor Boys stopped by my friend's Jim's Studio B and recorded an hour or so of acoustic music. This one is a cover of the great Doc Watson's classic performed using a Gibson SJ 200, we used an AKG C214 and an AKG Perception 220 to record it. Used another Perception 220 for the vocals. What a player, a real professional!

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  1. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Thu 14th Mar 2019 - 1 year ago

    Hey Wayne! Very folks and kinda spiritual and some ways. I wish we could back to songs like this. The vocals are spectacular. The strings adds energy as it compliments the vocals. Nicely done.

    Best Regards,

  2. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Thu 14th Mar 2019 - 1 year ago

    Idunno why, but I didn't expect singing. (perhaps because I didn't read the description haha) What a pleasant voice! I could listen to this all day as it is an uplifting little ditty. :-) So fun! What a team you guys are. 2 thumbs up from me!

    Reply by theHumps

    I only set the mics up and pushed the red button, Rich did all the work, he's a talented man.



  3. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 24th Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    Man, Wayne, this is incredibly cool ! Would be nice to hear more of that sort of stuff on LM. Great vocals and playing. Interesting shifts in tempo ! Sounds so confident yet completely unpretentious...done in a very good taste I would say..:) Faved !

    Compliments and respect_____Leon

    Reply by theHumps

    Hey Leon! I agree, we lost a lot of cool, great muso's that used to play all sorts of cool stuff here.

    Hoping to post a bluegrass tune sometime in the future, Jim's bluegrass band and other different musicians I've met here. Makes things interesting for me at least!

    Tempo is overrated, lol!



  4. atw
    atw on Fri 23rd Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    Very good guitar play, I wish I had this skills (I play sampled guitars with my keyboard ;)

    Reply by theHumps

    I wish I had his skills too, I play but not quite like that.



  5. ettotrink
    ettotrink on Fri 23rd Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    really nice!

    Reply by theHumps



  6. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Fri 23rd Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    it have some great play in that video on youtube but it seems as the the volume of the music is to high for hes voice and it that kind of music where you speeck so to have a balance he need to turn the music abit down or speeck higher other then that it some great music.

    Reply by theHumps

    you're right, thanks

  7. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Fri 23rd Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    the volume of your voice should had been higher. great work.

    Reply by theHumps

    It's not my voice it's Rich's voice. He kept leaning back in his chair and singing rather softly. I adjusted the mics 3 times. Honestly, I was surprised the vocals came out as good as they did. Some were even lower.

    It was just a fun quick recording session. Check him out here:




  8. danke
    danke on Fri 23rd Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    I didn't focus on the metronome use or not, it was only a question about the concept...from the relative slow :-) tempo to a relative fast tempo...cause it's a cool idea...but my English is sometimes Hunglish, you know my friend...:-)

    handshake, Danke

    Reply by theHumps

    No concepts, just live playing. It was a pretty relaxed, impromptu recording session, nothing serious, messing around mostly.

    It sped up a little I guess, didn't really notice it myself before you mentioned it. But now I do, thanks. ;)

    Hunglish, ha!

  9. danke
    danke on Fri 23rd Nov 2018 - 1 year ago

    yeah, brilliant play by the acoustics...the plan was to speed up the pace?

    handshake, Danke

    Reply by theHumps


    That's live music, no metronome needed, ha!


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