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Description : Greetings cowboy fans,

This is a tune I put together with the help of some loops...the drums are all loops. The church bell is from my Korg unit.

Sort of like a 'Gunfight at the OK corral'. Please check it out when you get time of you like this type of music..
Randy

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  1. kissybunny
    kissybunny on Mon 9th Mar 2020 - 1 year ago

    Hi, Randall this song is perfect for one of my Stop motion video, May I use it? It will be poster on Youtube and Social Media but I will credit you.

    Let me know, Thanks (Ill send you the link of the animation)

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Kissbunny...already wrote you..via email...yes you can use my song. Good luck with it. Randall.

  2. berrygurrl
    berrygurrl on Sat 16th Nov 2013 - 7 years ago

    Awesome track and just what I need!!! I am making a video for my Bf's company for a Target Stand - I think I'm going to use your track since it would be absolutely perfect! I will credit you in the credits for the music. Thank you!!!! :)

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Berrygurrl,

    Am glad you liked the song. Yes you can use it in your B/F's project. Just give me credit and also a copy of the final video. I would like to see it very much.

    Randy Miller

  3. Dvibe
    Dvibe on Sun 20th Dec 2009 - 11 years ago

    Just uploaded a xmas song..check it out.....

    https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/49848

  4. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Fri 11th Dec 2009 - 11 years ago

    Man you are unbelivable, very talented and creative, nice job, I love country music so its nice to hear stuff like this on here.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there,
    Glad you also enjoyed this western type tune. I am learning some 'Chicken Pickin' style, so maybe you'll enjoy that one too.
    Thanks again,
    Randy

  5. theHumps
    theHumps on Fri 16th Oct 2009 - 11 years ago

    Hey Randy, great song, I absolutely love it. I just joined Looperman this week and "jfw" reviewed one of my tracks called "Just Tonight" and recommended I check out this song. He said they were in a similar genre and he was right. My track has been called a "spaghetti western" style but you captured that feel way better than I did(IMHO).

    I will be posting more material as soon as I'm allowed(next week)so feel free to listen in. I also appreciate that you play different styles of music as I too try to mix it up a bit. Like your music and keep recording!!

    Wayne, the Humps

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there Wayne,

    Thanks for listening to my western tune I did awhile back. I appreciate your kind comments and I am glad you enjoyed it.
    I just listened to the song you mentioned called 'Just Tonight' and thought you did a very nice job on it. It is quite a bit different than mine, as mine builds up 3 times, and of course it is a little different style.

    However, this does have that spanish flavor to it. One of my other tunes is kind of a real spanish style that was put together.

    I have many nylon guitar loops on a CD that I bought. Even though I play fairly well myself, sometimes the loops sound cleaner and so I often use them, and put them together.
    Okay, thanks again for the listen and review.
    Randy

  6. PatMcDonnell
    PatMcDonnell on Sun 23rd Aug 2009 - 12 years ago

    This is killer!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Pat,
    Thanks for the comment and welcome to Looperman. I'd review a song of yours, but you haven't posted any, so let me know when you do and I'll be glad to review it.

    I do a variety of music including Country, Rock, Metal. and Blues. Pretty much whatever I feel like doing.

    Later...and thanks again,
    Randy

  7. jfw
    jfw on Mon 3rd Aug 2009 - 12 years ago

    This is absolutely soaked in the style of Ennio Morricone ( "The good the bad and the ugly", "For a few dollars more" etc ) Maybe you should have called it SPAGHETTI WESTERN. Convincingly produced in that style. I like this and I like the hank marvin guitar tone

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Jfw,

    Thanks for the nice review. I love this guitar sound myself as I am a country player by heart, but you wouldn't know it from the rock tunes I've put up mostly.
    I did this tune partly for another fellow as he was making a tune as a joke song for his friend, and thus he used the beginning of the song as a lead in.
    I am glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the listen and review.
    Randy

  8. sobstory
    sobstory on Mon 22nd Jun 2009 - 12 years ago

    Great job...The production is sweet. It is like a subtle "Good the Bad and the Ugly meets Dick Dale" I really think it feels like surf to me. I love the groove. I could sure listen to more of that! Great job!

    Sob Story

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Martin,

    I appreciate you coming by and giving my song a listen and a review.
    I'll see about making more tunes of this nature (Country)

    I haven't done any surf type songs yet....but I may in the future.
    Thanks again,
    Randy

  9. alividlife
    alividlife on Thu 21st May 2009 - 12 years ago

    Great mastering.

    Sounds like water out of my speakers.

    Feels like America with a tango twist.

    Date is 8.47 Pacific Time
    Track Plays:266
    Downloads:24
    Reviews:17
    That alone with downloads should be a testament.

    And I have to add.
    FAVORITED (not my favoritist) and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

  10. skyrider
    skyrider on Sun 29th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    Mr Tarentino will be knocking shortly .. what a great track.. loved it. nothing I didnt like about this one . ( fancy doing an E.P with some mexican style trumpets on there aswell ??? hint hint.. mik

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Mik,
    I appreciate you coming by and checking out the western tune. I probably could do something with horns and such. Just didn't think about it at the time.

    Thanks for the nice comments, much appreciated.
    Randy

  11. DanielGtrman
    DanielGtrman on Sat 28th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    I love this sound. Reminds me of the shadows sound of the 60's things like "Apache". The timing of where you brought the acoustic guitar and base works very well. You not only play very well but have a good ear for a well-thought out production. What electric guitar are you using for the lead part, the tone and sound of those pick-ups are superb. Sound like humbuckers to me??

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Daniel,

    Your right on the ball...Just received a message from you while I am writing this one. ha!

    I usually state in a songs description if I use loops or whatever to help me out. Example: I don't play fiddle so I use loops for that in my country songs, or wherever.

    I have lost track of the many thousands of loops I have boughten. Last year I bought 10 CD's full of loops from an English company. I haven't gone thru even half of them yet. Lot of orchestra stuff I don't need.
    I also bought a guys entire library of CD's he made himself, another 10 CD set.
    These have some Jazz loops and many other styles.

    But, I still enjoy doing most of my own playing. I am not getting any younger. :-)))

    I am glad you liked this country tune. I used my 'Framus' Les-Paul-lookalike guitar for this one as it does indeed have Humbuckers. It is a 1971 model made originally in Germany and worth a bit now.

    That Apache song you mentioned, that was one of the first tunes I learned to play while I was stationed in France, after learning chords. The other was 'Needles and Pins' by The Searchers.

    Didn't have an amp over there, so I rigged up a transistor radio to play the guitar thru the radio's speaker. It worked enough so I could hear it well. I copied the original artist Jorgman Ingman? style, then The Ventures version too. Don't belive I heard The Shadows version.

    Anyways, I love old westerns as much as anyone else, and so I decided to try something and this is what came out. I added in the gunshots at the end as I thought it would be a good way to end it.

    Thanks for your comment and have a nice day. Sorry for the long reply, I get carried away!!!
    Randy

  12. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sun 22nd Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    Far-out!...Hell man this music speaks to me on so many levels...not only is the 'Western' one of my favourite movie genre's but I love that Spanish march electric guitar style..it's the foundation and influence to so much music that I grew up with and still listen to today.....a great sounding production that's too good for a Spaghetti Western...we're talking 'One Eyed Jack's' and "The Law and Jack Weight" here...super work Randy..cheers Dave :)

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Dave,

    Happy to see you check out my western tune. I don't do many of these types, but I enjoyed making this one. Not really complicated, but effective I think. I had to close it out with 'gunshots' as I felt there had to be an ending. Who dies? I don't know, but could be both guys. Whichever way you want it to come out in your own mind. haha

    Thanks for the nice review, I'll check out some more of your tunes as well.
    Randy

  13. Dvibe
    Dvibe on Fri 20th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    Very nicely put together...acoustic and electric ..just a beautiful sound...really like that ending..original....peace Dvibe

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Dvibe,
    Thanks alot for reviewing my western tune.
    It was a fun one to put together. I figured the gunshots at the end would put a nice finishing touch to it.
    I used my Keyboard to make them.
    I will check out another one of your tunes here.
    Thanks again.
    Randy

  14. SLAPJOHNSON
    SLAPJOHNSON on Fri 13th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    Top job Randy!!! Great atmophere created, and man the sounds are superb. The mix,arrangement & production are of the highest standard, the scene is set perfectly... Draw! lol...

    Cheers Slap...

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Slap,

    Hey....thanks for stopping by and taking a listen to the western shootout. :-)

    It was a fairly easy song to make overall.
    I am glad you enjoyed it. I'll 'shoot' over to your profile now and see what's new there as it's been a while that I've heard one of your great tunes!

    Thanks again,
    Randy

  15. MEDICALMARIJUANA
    MEDICALMARIJUANA on Fri 13th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    That was like a Clint Eastwood spaghetti flick. of the GREAT AMERICAN WEST. Good job.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there MM,

    Thanks for the nice comment on my western tune. It wasn't a hard one to make as it had rather slow leads, etc.
    I am glad you enjoyed it. I will take a listen to your songs and give you a review back.
    Randy

  16. Filaofsoul
    Filaofsoul on Fri 6th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    I'm over hear I ran out of bullets!! LOL Man this is one ass kickin western going on here!! Excellent from start to Finish!! The bells put this one over the top!!!

    Fila

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there Fila,

    Nice to hear from you. Thanks a lot for reviewing my 3 tunes. I will reply in each of them.

    I am glad you enjoyed this western type tune I did. It was a fun one to do. Not too complicated as far as the guitar parts.

    Yeah, them darn church bells really set the mood don't they. You hear one western movie with them in it....and they are in everyone after that. What an 'icon' eh.

    Thanks again for your nice words. I will get to review 3 of your tunes over the the next couple days.

    Randy

  17. Jeff05C
    Jeff05C on Tue 10th Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    Well, i'm off to buy a six shooter, double barrel shot gun, and... A BEll! Nice work, great old west feel.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Wookie,

    Thanks for reviewing this tune and the Rock-Jap one. I appreciate your comments. I understand that the fuzz sound in the song I reviewed of yours was your just getting use to things.

    Certainly no harm in experimenting at all and then uploading a song to get another perspective from members here.
    That's how we all get others opinions and learn from them to improve our music.

    Glad you liked this tune as well. It was fun to make. Not a complicated song at all if you listen to it. Rhythmn guitar, some simple lead, drums, a synth bell sound, and synth generated gunshots. :-)

    Randy

  18. ECKSjoe
    ECKSjoe on Mon 9th Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    Hi Randy, I really enjoyed listening to this track, I like this style of Western music, reminds me of watching old cowboy films on TV with my Dad. Very nostalgic, thanks for sharing.

    Helix

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Helix,

    Man you guys are fast! I no more than get it uploaded and already 5-6 reviews! I am glad you liked the tune. I wasn't sure how it would go over as it's so different from the regular music on here.

    Anyways, thanks for you nice comments. Much appreciated.
    Randy

  19. Tiltedbeats
    Tiltedbeats on Mon 9th Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    hahah that was great!
    the country western feel was spot on! this needs to be in one of those western movies! very cool! the gun shots at the end were sweet, a good added touch, it perfectly ends the story!

    great work mate!
    PEACE!
    Butcha d-_-b

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Butcher,

    I agree as to where this belongs...in a movie, but it is pretty simular to ones already out there years ago.
    The gun shots...I felt I had to add them in to end the song.

    Glad you liked it and I appreciate your comments.
    Randy

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