Tags : | Blues | 2.16 MB | Reaper

Description : I've been recording/playing alot of downtempo clean tone stuff so thought it's about time for something a bit more upbeat. Played on my 3 string fretless Lone Rider homemade guitar with a wine bottle neck slide By J. Ross Guitars, Boneshaker 2 string cigar box bass, addictive drums. Love it or hate it, I'm having way too much fun and that's what counts :D

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  1. Arloph09
    Arloph09 on Sun 2nd Feb 2020 - 8 months ago

    you called it blue...i call it blue rock and roll...the intensity is crazy in this track

    Burtsbluesboxes
    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    There's so many pigeonholes and sub genres of sub genres, Blues was the best most broad description. Yes, blues rock would actually be the correct genre. Here's a live jam of another intense heavy blues rock jam :D Poor quality from being recorded on my webcam but always to fun to see this stuff in action. https://www.facebook.com/burton.philbrick/videos/pcb.535061457112869/1375491532637436/?type=3&theater&ifg=1

  2. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Sun 2nd Feb 2020 - 8 months ago

    Hello mate,
    This track is outstanding my friend.
    I love the sound effect at the end nice touch.
    Well done.
    Jamid

    Burtsbluesboxes
    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Thanks Jamid. Trains and blues just go together ;) I had to add just a little something to show what I was thinking. Choo Choo

  3. TheFemiFactor
    TheFemiFactor on Sat 1st Feb 2020 - 8 months ago

    I thought the train recording at the end was a great touch, good work overall.

    Burtsbluesboxes
    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    On Facebook I'm involved with a group regarding learning to play and writing music. This weeks lesson was about finding your inspiration and putting together a song. Trains and blues just go together :D

  4. 2nick8
    2nick8 on Fri 31st Jan 2020 - 8 months ago

    Keep on rockin my man..i'm feelin it...u wanna collab on my Billie Jean Hardstyle Cover?..sure could use some of your juice

    Burtsbluesboxes
    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    I typically don't do covers and Hate telling people I'll do something and I end up not getting to it. What I'll do over the next couple days is record some portions of the song and share them privately with you to try and incorporate into your project. I downloaded some midi files to get the notes from and found various guitar and bass tabs, now to learn it. Check out Shane Speal and his Snake oil band doing Billie Jean, very cool cigar box guitar rendition. I love rockin' and inspiring others to do the same :D Thanks Nick :D Watch for a private message with a link to mediafire for some Billie Jean stuff.

  5. Angelusyeux777SC
    Angelusyeux777SC on Fri 31st Jan 2020 - 8 months ago

    RAD! this is absolutely outstanding playing here my goodness! this is SUPERB!!..you have a wonderful! talent sir and it is impressive!!! to listen to, i feel like i should be paying to listen. Keep up the GREAT! Work. Awesome.

    Burtsbluesboxes
    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Money just ruins the fun and it becomes a job :D Like you, I do it because I love music and the joy it brings, Same with making my homemade guitars. I get alot of crap for not charging "enough" for them. Some things money just can't buy. You should've seen people's reaction to the musician Fat Knuckle Freddy when he played on homemade guitars at Maine's first cigar box guitar festival, it was like Jimi hendrix up there, then the crowd swarmed all of us that were vending, "who knew you could get sounds like that out of a guitar made with discarded junk!!" Just having so much fun it should be illegal ;) Thank you Sweetcherries, stay tuned, more to come.

  6. danke
    danke on Thu 30th Jan 2020 - 8 months ago

    brilliant stuff...I'm blowed away...the whole mix is "hardly together", hope you know what I mean...fantastic stuff...

    handshake to Slider by me, Danke

    Burtsbluesboxes
    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Quick mix entertaining myself before work, I think I'm going to revisit it and possibly add some length to it. Sometimes we just need a good jam session to get a break from the troubles of the real world. I like that nick name :D Caught my attention on your tune there earlier. Ive been making some loops for this community and been very impressed with the quality of the tracks people create with them. On facebook I've been involved in a group teaching others to play, soon I'll be using some of your great blues loops to teach about digital music, loops and composing around them. Always a pleasure Danke, handshake, guess I'll call myself Slider ;) Don't you play bass too? Bet you never tried a 2 string bass, it's a bit different!

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