Tags : | Psychedelic | 11.23 MB | Reason

Description : Psychedelic Rock!!! FLASHBACK: I actually remember Woodstock 1969. I lived in the next state over. What an amazing time in music as opposed to what is called music today. No sampling, just pure musicians and singers!

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  1. Jadahayes
    Jadahayes on Thu 23rd Jul 2020 - 2 years ago

    Joe You messaged me a while back to collab and said to message you on your profile but messenging is off ! My email is Jadahayes (at) hotmail.co.uk

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Hi Jada, I swear I could have seriously used your sax in this one. I tried dropping in some saxophone and trumpet loops and they did not fit my genre criteria for this song. Cheers! I will contact you. Thanks!


  2. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 7th Jul 2020 - 2 years ago

    Cool Joe! Makes me want to yell "Time!" every once in a while. Chamber Bros, Time Has come reference.

    What instruments are you playing? Is it a live recording? Who else is playing? Sounds live, sounds Good!

    I was 6 when woodstock happened but I don't remember it until i was older and exposed to it. It was quite a musical and societal exclamation mark on our country and ended the flower power generation. Boy did things change after that.

    Well done Joe, keep the hits coming!!

    Be safe too.


  3. terryjmhitsong
    terryjmhitsong on Mon 6th Jul 2020 - 2 years ago


  4. HeathAlexander
    HeathAlexander on Mon 6th Jul 2020 - 2 years ago

    Intentional or not, I really enjoy the Skynyrd sound blended with the organ. The overall song gives me Steppenwolf vibes. Great drums. Great track.

  5. Micky
    Micky on Wed 17th Jun 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hey Hoe, where are you. There's something missing here when you're that absent. You were calling on me to keep up the funk and I think I kept my promise. Now I'm calling on you to keep up with all the good musical vibes you displayed here.
    I hope you're up and well and that you have not lost your ambitions, which, of course would be hard to believe and quite a desaster ...
    I know times are hard but as an artist you have to go through any frustrating shit of any kind and try to get your (musical) childeren dry and well to the other side, at least in my opinion.

    Give us at least some sign of life, Joe!

    Peace out,


    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Michael, I took a break from track creation and producing and I started up my loop making once again.



    Hey, that's great Michael for the shout out. But I may be shutting down everything later this year. I am going back to school to take some classes since I cannot work at this time.

    Yeah, Joe is losing his Mo-Joe, lol, on the track side of things. My sound is from a bygone era, and I may close my Funk/Soul/Disco/Rock studio for good to focus on my classes. You are doing quite amazing, I love your brand of music. Just continue to stay true to your style. Good Luck! Thanks a lot. This was quite awesome!


  6. Jynxz
    Jynxz on Fri 22nd May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Wow! Your tracks are always flawless. It sounded like the band was right in front of me. I ws waiting for the next act.LOL
    Great track...

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Jynz! I appreciate the vote of confidence. On this particular track, it was all about preserving some of the dynamic space range. I believe in one should try not to exceed the 0dB line on traditional songs, but not always. I use moderate compression, mid-attack, then I would balance the threshold with a makeup gain. So I try to shoot for no more than -4dB output. I prefer analog tube distortion from my rig under -0dB rather than that awful digital clipping above +0dB. So when the listener raises their volume things will stay together in both high and low amplification playback levels.


  7. Micky
    Micky on Thu 21st May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hello Joe, wonderful! That really reverberates those times. You know, actually woodstock (the movie) gave me the first impression of funk: Sly and the Family Stone! There was my spark that lasts ...
    Keep up the spirit,

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Thanks to COVID, it has almost assured that an event like that can never happen again. Jimi Hendrix was the headliner in my opinion. It was three day event and they saved him for day three. I absolutely love that time in music and the funky 70s of course. Then the 80s digital age upended most of that. Now, all you see today is lo-fi this, and lo-fi that. It is all terrible emulation from todays digital devices and it certainly not what I remember. Thanks so much Michael!

    Stay safe, cheers!

  8. vinnybee
    vinnybee on Tue 19th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Love this fam!

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Thanks bro! I hope life is treating you right.


  9. KnightHeir
    KnightHeir on Mon 18th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hear some "sweet home Alabama" in there or is it just me? Sounds great bro.

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I actually did the song Sweet Home Alabama years ago but I have it in my hidden songs. It is kind of dated and techie sounding. Thanks Format!


    BONEZONMARZ on Wed 13th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    definitely could imagine this in a big stadium

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    That was my dream Bonez. I was on stage with Jimi in a different song though. After trippin out on some acid, life was just fine!

    Lol, sorry about the acid. :-)


  11. Arloph09
    Arloph09 on Wed 13th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    who can hate this?

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I just love era songs of my early-mid childhood. That is what I was trying to capture.


  12. Indieground
    Indieground on Wed 13th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    MORE COWBELL ! Ahaha
    That's a fun track mate i like that first guitar riff
    Good job !

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I almost named it in that same context with the cowbell. But at the last possible moment, I renamed it. I felt the more cowbell belongs with Saturday Night Live as a funny sketch that will be immortalized in TV comedy history. Thanks so much!


  13. felixamodeo
    felixamodeo on Wed 13th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Great work! Gotta appreciate the blast from the past.

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I love the sounds of the past. Thanks!


  14. Juliooliveira
    Juliooliveira on Wed 13th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    At the beginning I could see that it would be fine. In the classic style. For my ears it's perfect. You cannot highlight an especific instrument because everything is in perfect harmony. If Looperman ever released "The Greatest Hits", that would definitely be there.

    Trs chic!


    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    No greatest hits Album would not be complete without you Julio!

    Muito obrigado meu amigo. Fique seguro!

    Sr. Funktastik

  15. CitizenMofo2
    CitizenMofo2 on Tue 12th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Funktastic, indeed. It's bangin', start to finish. Far out and groovy. Dug it. Like a shovel.

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I love the past. It is in my blood. When I do songs like these it renews me so that I can listen to the garbage(music) my Uber driver puts on. Thanks so much!


  16. 2nick8
    2nick8 on Tue 12th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Joey...what a funktastic throwback track..u can literlly picture and feel woodstock..

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    That was a special time in music 2nick8. And now with the pandemic, Woodstock is almost certain to never happen again. How sad. But we can still celebrate that moment in time. Thanks so much bro!


  17. zipbass
    zipbass on Tue 12th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Great flashback. Nice organ. Live feeling. Catchy riff.
    Some youtuber will use it to make intro, I'm sure about this.

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Good thing I am an open sharer. That has happened before with some of my other songs. I found them as YouTube backing tracks. I take the promo any way I can get it. Thanks for the listen bro!


  18. lochovski
    lochovski on Tue 12th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    wow this track just started me singing sweethome alabama this is great love it memories are coming back to and the sound you got on the drums is awsome the hit on the snare that cow bell love it all
    good work

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Yes! Era songs, I call them, bring back a certain good vibe Lochovski that is gone but not forgotten. Thanks for the comments.


  19. smallpaul
    smallpaul on Tue 12th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hey Joe where you goin with that gun in your......sorry drifted off there! what a choon mate like someone mentioned the drums are amazing really make the track, guitar and bass are really good as well. Did you play everything?? Nice bit of tonewheel organ too! I was only just one in '69 so Ive only ever seen woodstock on tv looks amazing though! Who needs social distancing! ha ha love it mate very well done!

    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Just the Tonewheel is Mr. Funktastic. Man! You are so amazing, you picked out the correct instrument, the Tonewheel that is. It has a remarkable sound and character. It almost gives itself away as an organ of that era. The B3 is also a fav of mine. Yeah, I said pretty much said what you said about social distancing and Woodstock and that is, such an event such as Woodstock is almost certain to never happen again, at least in our lifetime. Thank mate!


  20. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Mon 11th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Legend of all Joe (Mr F),
    Joe, I've said it before.
    you are in the Woodstock stratosphere musically.
    I doubt anyone can top you from that era to this one mate.
    Now I will probably be showing my age but I do remember it.
    Wonderful track.
    Really Well done.

  21. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Mon 11th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    "It was 1969, my thoughts were short my hair was long
    Caught somewhere between a boy and man
    She was seventeen and she was far from in-between
    It was summertime in Northern Michigan"

    Love the brightness of drums, gives justice to the whole track!

  22. Danke
    Danke on Mon 11th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Ahhh...I was only 2 in this time but all of the legends became my idols later...that atmosphere what you created Joe is outstanding...somehow thats what the bands might have sound live then...
    exceptional track, I hope you find one or more vocals if you search at all and it will put the dot on the letter i ... :-)

    and finally here is my best from Woodstock...


    feetshake, Danke

  23. Stereonomicon
    Stereonomicon on Mon 11th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Wonderful and extraordinary atmosphere, I love your ability to recall the grandiose and immortal sounds of a past that unfortunately many today know little about. Continue on this fantastic journey through time and space, directed towards the deepest soul of Music. Thank you for always offering us such unique moments. Best wishes Marco

  24. xstokes
    xstokes on Sun 10th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    what a blast! a fine flashback indeed

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