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Tags : | Blues | 4.99 MB | Reaper

Description : Here's a collaboration between me and BaoBou featuring Jason Little on the drums.

BaoBou - Guitar slight right, Bass, Elec. Piano, Organ
bringerofDOOM - Guitar slight left, Rhythm guitar, mix
Jason Little - Drums

We would do this all day if possible, any feedback appreciated, enjoy.

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  1. pcm2008
    pcm2008 on Mon 3rd May 2021 - 2 weeks ago

    it's cool - i use this for basics - if it gets mashy i send you a message and use stems if you dont mind - see how it goes for now - cheers


    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    I thought about releasing some basic blues/funk/jazz backing tracks so folks can stretch out and practice... though I may still take the first or last chorus :)

  2. pcm2008
    pcm2008 on Tue 20th Apr 2021 - 3 weeks ago

    Cool blues, love the vibe - gonna download and see if i can add a harp layer

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, this one was fun to make. If you need stems let me know.

  3. dbumstead
    dbumstead on Wed 30th Dec 2020 - 4 months ago

    Great track for your first colab, defiantly have that Santana vibe. Love it.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, been getting that a lot lately, a high compliment :)

  4. jive4005
    jive4005 on Thu 26th Nov 2020 - 5 months ago

    Finally... a blues tune actually sounding like a blues tune. Thanks.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, I little fun with another member. This is the first time I was able to collaborate online (my local music scene is garbage), and now I won't look back :)

  5. CinCoCent
    CinCoCent on Tue 21st Jul 2020 - 10 months ago

    Has a Jimi Hendrix/Santana type vibe. Good work man.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, both were significant influences on me so that's quite a complement.

  6. monkwee
    monkwee on Mon 20th Jul 2020 - 10 months ago

    this is what i'm talking about! Well done you guys! I'd love to get in on the next one!


    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks for the listen and feedback, it was a lot of fun.

  7. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Mon 20th Jul 2020 - 10 months ago

    Nice work here guys, reminds me a lot of some of the epic jams from the 70's, in particular Duane Allman and Dickey Betts of the Allman Bros. Really slick complimentary playing by both of you guys and pretty tight backup by the other players too. I wasn't expecting the tempo changes for this so props on that production wise. Really changes the dynamics and of course adds a more interesting and professional touch.

    Thanks for posting this and by all means I hope you and the guys keep at it.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks for the listen, this was my first attempt at a collaboration "across borders." The music scene in my area sucks pretty bad so I started looking elsewhere (it's all Nickelback and Jason Aldean). This one was a fun, easy project.

    Anyway thanks again for the listen and feedback.

  8. Jynxz
    Jynxz on Sat 11th Jul 2020 - 10 months ago

    Hello bringerofDoom,
    There is nothing like a good ole jam session.
    I loved the breaks and changeups. Yall got all Stevie Ray Vaghn on me.
    Sounded like you guys had a good time.
    The track turned out great.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks for listening. Like yourself, I've recently discovered the benefits of jamming across borders/oceans/distances.
    If you ever want to make some weird stuff, let me know.

  9. BaoBou
    BaoBou on Tue 30th Jun 2020 - 10 months ago

    Proud to have worked with you guys. Thanks a lot, we had fun!!

    Reply by bringerofDOOM


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