Tags : | Folk | 4.27 MB

Description : back to my musical roots with this one. a bit of folk guitar picking with 2nd guitar adding a support line. a little bit off tempo in places but I left it like that to enhance a live feel.

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  1. rainbow
    rainbow on Fri 21st Jan 2011 - 9 years ago

    Hi - glad to find your track as the featured track! It´s good to listen! Say

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for taking the time to give my track here a listen and review, appreciated.

  2. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sun 2nd Jan 2011 - 9 years ago

    Hey Daniel, it's been a while (about a year I think). I hope you have been well. I dropped by for an acoustic guitar lesson and I wasn't disappointed. Magnificent playing, as usual.

    Really a wonderful piece. Hope 2011 is a great year for you and yours.

    Bear

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for dropping by and giving my track a review Barry. great to see you are back in circulation on the good ol' loopers and dig your new name....

  3. Aereas
    Aereas on Wed 20th Oct 2010 - 9 years ago

    Love it! Superb work mate.
    Actually you don't really notice the "off tempo" part, because your too much into the song, diggin' it ;)
    Keep up the superb work!

    Cheers
    Aereas

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for diggin my track and not noticing the off tempo. you are a true music listener...

  4. FarishaMusic
    FarishaMusic on Mon 2nd Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    great vibe! love it :)

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for the listen and review. Appreciated.

  5. Gordw
    Gordw on Sat 24th Jul 2010 - 9 years ago

    Now that sounds very experienced to me. I could listen to that playing all night. Great great job.
    Gord

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks again Gord for your discerning review

  6. trader1
    trader1 on Sat 12th Dec 2009 - 10 years ago

    nice work. love the feel of it. seems like your live on the track just like you wanted good mix as well.

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for the listen and your kind review. Glad you liked this track and I managed to get a live feel coming across.

  7. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 6th Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    This has the feel of an all out jam! Very cool interplay between the two guitar parts. This has a tinge of sadness to it, which is okay. I really like what you've accomplished with this track!

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for the listen and kind review. I had struggled to give this one a title and could only come up "2 guitar folky shuffle" but as you rightly said there is that tinge of sadness in the tune and usually comes about when my emotions came into play when composing. Thanks again...

  8. CalifKen
    CalifKen on Tue 3rd Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    You're quite talented man - beautiful works. Very nice

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for reviewing and listening to my track. appreciated

  9. ScottBurright
    ScottBurright on Fri 20th Feb 2009 - 10 years ago

    Sounds much like John Renbourn and Stefan Grossman. Very nice. Good sound on the piezo pickup, although blending it with another transducer or mic would soften it without losing the definition. Really good work.

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for listening and reviewing this track. That's good advice about blending with another transducer to soften but keep definition. Will do. cheers....

  10. JensTonic
    JensTonic on Tue 10th Feb 2009 - 10 years ago

    your guitars sound so perfect. your playing is so crisp. Do you mic them? To me it sounds as though you have them plugged in through the pick up under the saddle. do you ever try to combine them? I have pretty shady guitars so ive been trying to blend the sound from different sources. Anyway you obviously don't have that problem cause your stuff sounds perfect to me.
    this ones going in my favs.
    thanks for the trip

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks again for reviewing this one also. my favorite guitar is the one in my main profile pic (oval sound hole and cutaway) its a Vantage electro-acoustic bought for me in 1992. The EQ on this is amazing, as is the sound. I liked it from the moment I played it in the shop. Having had the action lowered the sound improved, but I think the bridge pick-up is the winner in the sound dept. Not sure what manufacture it is. Fishman I think. It's worth checking out Fishman bridge pick ups as some of them come with the EQ pack for the guitar also. The only other guitars that come close to the sound and playability I like are the "Faith" ones made by Patrick Eggle. Excellent electro-acoustic guitars....anyhow....I've rambled too long. but thanks again.

  11. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Tue 20th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    Very nice...there's a mellow glow that comes from acoustic playing which is unique to the instrument..a very pleasant journey that resonates with a country feel..you've captured some of that wholesome down to earth vibe with this piece...great work!..cheers planet

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for your review. glad u liked the track

  12. meestege
    meestege on Wed 14th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    A couple of months ago I saw Tommy Emanuel and he played with an ohter guitarplayer a boy I think he was 16 years old. Excellent musician. This song and your style reminds of that concert.
    I really like it.
    Gerard

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    I am honored to be likened to Tommy Emanuel. thanks again for reviewing and listening.

  13. ReignStorms
    ReignStorms on Tue 13th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    I didn't wait until the end of the song to start my review. I could tell right away that I was listening to a very skilled artist. Thank you for your reviews. I thought I'd return the favor and was pleasantly surprised.

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thank you for reviewing this track and your kind words

  14. Filaofsoul
    Filaofsoul on Mon 12th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    Opened looperman this morning and who was featured My Man daniel-- This is another well played tune- All I can say is you can play that guitar!! Fila

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks Fila. seems I keep turning up in all kinds of places. glad u like this track.

  15. helven
    helven on Mon 12th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    wow amazing guitar work! loving the grove, i loved this!

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks Helven for reviewing and listening to this track

  16. AidansTrance
    AidansTrance on Sun 11th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    Daniel, you really know how to play the guitar...
    This is really beautiful, love it!

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Glad u like this one & thanks for reviewing it.

  17. rei4real
    rei4real on Sun 11th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    for some reasons the reverb seems to be only on one channel (left), the other one is dry .... is that intended??
    have you ever thought of recording with 2 or more microphones?? I think this would enhance the brilliant sound of your guitar a lot ... it's pretty hard to record acoustic instruments and get their full sound ...
    but your playing Dan, your playing is marvellous!!!
    the song is well thought out, a great composition, execution is flawless from my point of view ...
    great fun to listen to ... very enjoyable!!!

    peace, rei

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    I record using an electro-acoustic guitar (the one in main pic) but my computer is 8 years old and acts strangely from time to time ; usually when recording. I could really do with a newer much better set-up (its on my wish list) but I have to make do with this for now. Thanks for your suggestions I may try recording pure acoustic with 2 microphones. glad u enjoyed this track.

  18. theonetruebrew
    theonetruebrew on Sun 11th Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    this is so fantastic man...this is where music should be at, original as it comes, and with your heart along for the ride the whole time.

    4 stars

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    I agree with you about putting the heart into it. Thanks again for your review

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