Description : Being in lockdown for a few months has become a roller coaster ride of emotions. Turns out its a perfect environment for a blues man. So yeah I figured it was time for a new Neo track. Here's hoping you will...Dig my Groove.

(Thanks to Big Bujoe for the spoken word)

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  1. BaoBou
    BaoBou on Sun 18th Oct 2020 - 3 months ago

    BB King is alive and rocking - wait no, it's Mark Knopfler - no wait it's... I guess it's you :) Beautiful tones and extremely exciting!
    Hearing stuff like this makes me throw my guitar in a corner. I can try but I have to be honest, you are next level. Thanks for posting this stuff here man.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey BaoBou, I sincerely apologise for the late response to your comment bro. I have been so sidetracked these last few months, I have only been able to briefly pop in here a few times. But I really appreciate the nice words, especially coming from a fellow guitar player. There aren't many of us in here so its always great to see and hear from someone new. I recall the track you and BOD collabed on. Good stuff indeed. I'm hoping to get back in action here soon so stay tuned. I will also make a point to check out some of your other tracks too.
    Later bro and thanks again !!!

  2. bringerofDOOM
    bringerofDOOM on Sun 19th Jul 2020 - 6 months ago

    Cool track, I'm amazed I didn't find this stuff sooner. Let me know if you want to collaborate. I did a fun little guitar battle with a looperman member named baobou (I also have a real drummer and bassist):

    Was a lot of fun. I'm a music theory buff so I could put together some interesting progressions for you (non-diatonic if you want). If interested just comment and I will email you. I'm used to working 60-70 hours a week at a high complexity level and virus effects has me super bored, need something challenging to do.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks BOD, I'm excited to have another guitarist on board here and judging from what I have seen and heard from you so far I'm really looking forward to what you have in store for us.

    I checked out your track and really like it. I will comment on it over there.

    I'm cool with doing something similar with you if you want. Shoot me an email and give me an idea on how you would want to approach.

  3. Arloph09
    Arloph09 on Mon 25th May 2020 - 8 months ago

    great mix

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks a lot Arloph !

  4. danke
    danke on Mon 25th May 2020 - 8 months ago

    Ahhh...that guitar phenomen is back...can't tell you how much I need this kinda emotional, live music when I see the player's face in a concert...technique, skill, heart together could get the final as art...
    Neo, if you could pull the master's potentiometer back a bit, it'll be my best day of life...:-)
    feetshake, Danke

    hope, all is well in this period...

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Danke how are you!

    Ok my friend as you wished, and as you can tell by the wave form I cooled the jets quite a bit. I hope you can tell. It was peaking too much and so I appreciate your expert ear and opinion. So glad to get your take and likewise I hope you and the family are also doing well.

    Thanks, Neo

  5. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Mon 25th May 2020 - 8 months ago

    Ah! There's a profile/face I haven't seen in a bit.
    Welcome back! It's great to see MORE familiar faces.
    I'm diggin the blues, diggin the groove,
    the kind that doesn't make us think about what's going
    on in the world right now.
    I like the groove.
    Guitar is good and that bass is SO juicy!!!!
    Great to have you back Neo.
    Oh yea take it home! Great stuffffffffff! :-)

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Wow, thanks so much for the warm welcome back Patty! I have missed the place. I have been very busy with some other projects and side work that I simply haven't had time for Looperman. That sounds sad I know, but in reality its positive. Things have been starting to open up for me and I have been not only finding new direction for music but also for my art brand as well. So I'm very excited.
    Anyhow, I'm glad you like the track. This actually started out by putting together some excerpts from a jam session with a little melody that me and a bass player friend of mine were goofing on one day. Big Bujoe is a friend I met through some band members I play with occasionally. He's our security/roadie and also a huge Led Zeppelin fan. We had worked up "Bring it on Home" the classic blues track from Zeppelins second album for him. He was hanging with me and a couple of the guys when I was working on mixing this track down and made the suggestion of using our outro from Bring it on Home to end it. I wasn't hip to it at first but when I cued it up it sounded cool and everyone liked it so it stayed. It was only fitting to have him do some voice overs for the intro and outro. Hes really diggin it.
    So there you go, some details on how this one evolved. I'm off now to check out your list and see if you have anything new I've missed.

    Thanks again, take care.

  6. Format
    Format on Mon 25th May 2020 - 8 months ago

    I can dig it. Funky after, nice work.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks man, I'm happy to get such feedback from those who specialize in other genres. I really appreciate it.

  7. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 25th May 2020 - 8 months ago

    Just Perfect. The guitar tones you got on this track are outrageous. I also love the chord structure and melody you made. Hats off to yah!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Steve. I admit that I'm extremely lucky to have certain connections which allows me to get my hands on some amazing gear that I could never afford otherwise. One such acquisition was a little tube amp that I saw Mark Knopfler using that I luckily sought out and ended up getting. It has now turned out to be my go-to choice for most of my recording. Maybe I shouldn't divulge my secret huh? No, but seriously its a beautiful modern version of Tone Kings Imperial called the MK II. I had an original Fender Twin Reverb that I have spoken about in some past posts that I foolishly sold years ago. Since I have gotten this little amp I don't even think about loosing the Fender. So there you go guitar players. Thanks to Cru you now have the secret to some amazing tone, if you so desire.
    Thanks for the feedback Steve, always great to hear from you.

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Yeah man, dig my groove.

Oh yeah, take it home !



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