Tags : | Chill Out | 4.66 MB

Description : Whatever the place or time, wherever we go as individuals or as a group we have an effect on that place...sometimes fleetingly, sometimes catastrophically,sometimes beautifully but always profoundly....these places are The Human Zone...
Bass guitar and synthesizer-planetjazzbass..
Soprano saxophone- SlapJohnston..
Percusssion-programmed using Darbuka-planetjazzbass

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  1. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 8 years ago

    Not quite sure I can say anything of any particular use as a 45th comment. Here goes:

    I came across this track by briefly checking out Loopradio.

    It's that bass tone that really does it for me (plus the playing). Wish I had that tone to my bass playing. I'd like to use it quite a bit.

    I must say that the top layer noise swirling atmospheric effects (what is that?) are far too loud for my tastes. They drown out the percussion, which is also really good. I think they're good but interfere too much. At least on the headphones I'm listening on.

    And some of those highest sounds within that atmospheric swirling are too piercing and harsh. No one else appears to have felt the same thing (or maybe they just didn't say it) so perhaps it's just me.

    I would say it's also a good mix if it weren't for the one big problem of the overly loud swirling.

    Otherwise, it's a classy composition reminiscent of deserts or all sorts of other sunny landscapes. Maybe you recorded this in the outback?

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Static,thanks for the review mate!..I must say I totally agree with you!I cringe a bit when I listen to my older material these days...in my defense I will say,I know these are going to sound like excuses but their not meant to be(lol)..this track was made 5 years ago and I wasn't totally conversant with my DAW at that stage,let alone the mastering side of things,more importantly though at the time I was using headphones and monitors with a heavy bass response(got rid of them thank god)and as mixes always tend to represent the inverse of their monitor's frequency range the mix is very thin in a lot of places...anyway enough with the excuses!(lol)I really respect your frank and honest appraisal and believe me it's been taken on board..all the best mate. Dave :)

  2. crucethus
    crucethus on Tue 3rd Sep 2013 - 8 years ago

    You know, I Instead of listening to this as an analytical musician, I just let the right side of my brain let the sounds just wash over me and enjoy the ride. great work!

  3. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 28th Nov 2012 - 9 years ago

    I was thinking about all the work it must have taken to program that percussion...but the rest of the music just picked my ears & mind up & carried them along for the ride...and a great ride it was...aside from that its a real tonic to hear some of the compositional inventiveness that goes into a mix like this.....Wicked, wicked bass...love it...another dandy Dave.....Ed

  4. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sun 11th Nov 2012 - 9 years ago

    I came searching for another great travel tune to add to my collection and I've found it - EUREKA!!! This is just about as tasty as they get, superb bass, crisp percussion and Steve on the sax. God man, this is fabulous. I'm burning the mp3 to disc as we speak and then running out to the car to put it in the player, hahaha.

    You are a rare gift my friend and the world is a better place with your music in it. Bravo maestro.

    I hope all is well. A huge thanks for the download :)


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Bear..thanks a lot man!...an oldie but a goodie...actually of the tracks that I've made and listen to(not many!lol),this is it....I just love what Steve did here on his Soprano...cheers mate,your patronage is very humbling.
    Dave :)

  5. Carrol
    Carrol on Mon 2nd Jul 2012 - 9 years ago

    Wow, I imagined I was in Africa listening to this, not that I have been there. Love the soprano, sax is one of my favourite instruments, this is fantastic!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi there Carrol...thank you very much for the kind words!...much appreciated. cheers Dave :)

  6. Soap
    Soap on Tue 13th Mar 2012 - 10 years ago

    This one goes to my iPod with your permission... :)

    The mix is brilliant. Bass and Sax meet at the perfect point... This track is so "cinematic" to me, that it reminds me Eric Serra's work in the early days... Awesome job on mixing your percs !!! Very smart overall mixing in fact !

    This is Intelligent Art... There's nothing missing in the recipe...

    And... WTF ! you both are very skilled musicians !

    Playing a bit of sax, and a bit of bass, I can tell these players will rock your ass... !!! :D

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man!...appreciate the kind review!...cheers Dave :)

  7. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Fri 9th Dec 2011 - 10 years ago

    Dude this sucks! (Is that mild mannered enough for you?)

    No seriously, I had to home in on this as 50 downloads from this site must be some sort of world record. I can see why it's so popular as well. The combination of atmospherics, percussion and slap's always brilliant sax playing have conjured up a big time winner here.

    51 downloads and counting!!!

    FR (Or NQ)

  8. Twanna1
    Twanna1 on Tue 26th Jul 2011 - 10 years ago

    This is gorgeous!! The energy is....wow!!!

    Definitely fav'd.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Twanna..thank you and glad you enjoyed the groove...... cheers from Dave and Slap(Steve) :)

  9. Silaphot
    Silaphot on Mon 2nd May 2011 - 11 years ago

    You seem to have captured the essence of your definition of the human zone. The people's voices in the beginning made for the texture of the piece, the tabla beats give for an asian ethnicity, the sax made the contemporary sounds of the west, the bass gave it the groove, and synthesizer really gave it a modern edge. A piece well compiled for the ears of a higher sound. Will definitely be checking out more of your tracks sir.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Sorry for the late reply..thank you for a great review and I'm glad you found the experience rewarding..cheers Dave :)

  10. TheseMetalDays
    TheseMetalDays on Sun 10th Apr 2011 - 11 years ago

    Awesome bass and sax, favourite for sure

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Sorry for the late reply..thanks mate! glad you enjoyed it..cheers Dave :)

  11. JohnBoutilier
    JohnBoutilier on Mon 4th Apr 2011 - 11 years ago

    That was the best sax I've had in a long time :-) Always nice to find a track of yours I haven't listened to yet. As usual, the track made for a wonderful listen. Faved

    Always A Pleasure


  12. clinthammerMUSIC
    clinthammerMUSIC on Fri 3rd Dec 2010 - 11 years ago

    Man, you are an amazing musician..bottom line. The bass performance in this track is epic. and the world drums, tablas and such are a perfect fit. I would put this on par with wome of the Pink Floyd experimentation from the late 70's with a def Jazz anchor. The sax sounds perfect...as a matter of fact everything sounds perfect. Very nice journey you have provided me today Jazz. You are a true master of your craft.


  13. DJSchmeeJ
    DJSchmeeJ on Tue 9th Nov 2010 - 11 years ago

    Aww man this is slick. I LOVE the bassline (obviously I would coming from you, sir), and Slap softly over top! Are you playing a fretless? I love the smooth sound of a fretless, the way it has no defining boundries of what the note should be other than the artists movement! And the rhythym section gently carries this through. 4th Fav on LM! OUTSTANDING!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi Ken..thanks for the cool review mate..actually this is a fretted bass (Fender Jazz of course! lol) I play only with my fingers and very close to the bridge using only the bridge pickup,that's where I get that 'Jaco' tone..in fact my favourite Jaco tune 'Teen Town'is performed by him using his fretted bass....awhile back I sold my fretless five string..and I'm looking for a four string one at the moment..cheers mate Dave :)

  14. danbo
    danbo on Sat 7th Aug 2010 - 11 years ago

    An other beautiful piece. Thanks. At this time, I've forgotten some appointemants to liten to your productions.
    Tomorrow is tomorrow.

  15. johnnygadget
    johnnygadget on Sat 3rd Jul 2010 - 11 years ago

    this one had my head bobbing,headphones on Rita hottie wondering what the hell I am on this time! just grooving on a little jazzbass baby! she says "Oh OK !" doesn't get any better baby!

    Thanks for the music induced smiles !
    Johnny Gadget

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Gadget man...thanks for the thumbs up bro,this is one of my fav's (if your allowed to like your own stuff that is..lol)..Slap played A1 on this as always...cheers buddy :)

  16. BrianMaiden407
    BrianMaiden407 on Thu 13th May 2010 - 12 years ago

    Great stuff man!smooth and interesting back ground,great flow


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks for the listen mate!..much appreciated......cheers planet :)

  17. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Fri 2nd Apr 2010 - 12 years ago

    G'day Planet

    man what can I say about this little gem, man it is amazing, right from the start, it is brilliant...hey everyone has said everything that I could have said about this track, stunning Planet...a amazing piece..instant fav matey, one very talented Aussie guy...Peace...Estefano...

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks man...very nice of you to drop by...and thank you for the support..cheers Dave :)

  18. el3alim
    el3alim on Thu 25th Mar 2010 - 12 years ago

    yes this track is a pain killer .. im new to looperman.com & this is the 1st track i listen to over here & i liked :)

    GooooooooD JoB

  19. ChaseManhattan
    ChaseManhattan on Sat 13th Feb 2010 - 12 years ago

    i like this one sounds like it could be on csi. really love the bassline it is literally amazing

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks mate...that's nice of you to say that..cheers planet :)

  20. WhiteSands
    WhiteSands on Mon 18th Jan 2010 - 12 years ago

    wow great job this is like music they play at this place called the beatnik caffe where i live. But really this is nice.

  21. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 11th Jan 2010 - 12 years ago

    Great composition here and what can I say that hasn't already been said by some extremely talented people from this site. The whole feel of this song is hypnotic, from the percussion to the great sounds of Slap himself. Your bass has that really nice jazz smoothness to it, very Jaco(the man). Quite impressed once again!

    Faved and downloaded!!


  22. BrownJenkins
    BrownJenkins on Wed 6th Jan 2010 - 12 years ago

    What a brilliant track!Couldn't expect less from you and Slap.The bassline sounds great as well as the sax.As for the percussions,it reminded me of Berber music I used to hear when I was a child.Love it!
    French Kid

  23. tinphish
    tinphish on Sun 15th Nov 2009 - 12 years ago

    Dude you are awesome.. the entire comp is just so relaxed.. the darbouka programing is just simply out there.. great work dude.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks for the great review!..cheers planet :)

  24. GhostPetro9
    GhostPetro9 on Thu 5th Nov 2009 - 12 years ago

    This is good, relaxing feel to it, keep working

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Cool..glad you liked ir..cheers planet :)

  25. codymeiser
    codymeiser on Wed 4th Nov 2009 - 12 years ago

    This is interesting. I love the percussion. Lots of action in this song. You did a really good job arranging this.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks mate..cheers planet :)

  26. Sounstar
    Sounstar on Sat 3rd Oct 2009 - 12 years ago

    Nice, i love the composition! its really jazzy & funky in its own right!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Sorry for the late reply...cheers mate,thanks for the kind words..planet :)

  27. mhyst
    mhyst on Tue 15th Sep 2009 - 12 years ago

    st hot hot hot sax and the drums blew me away, how do you get them so crisp, ace man ace

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey mhyst..thanks for the cool review...one thing I've found about using percussion instruments is their ability to get that higher frequency presence without the overload of cymbals that an ordinary drum kit projects...plus I always master the rhythm track first by itself..then add the other elements into the mix and finally do an additional final master...cheers :)

  28. jfw
    jfw on Fri 11th Sep 2009 - 12 years ago

    Great track, I think you sound a lot like Victor Bailey in his Weather Report days ( I've noted this before in a review of one of your other tracks ). Nice one.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks mate ..that's very kind of you..glad you enjoyed the groove..cheers planet :)

  29. alividlife
    alividlife on Sat 13th Jun 2009 - 13 years ago

    i think damanns coils are going out.
    slap is a master.
    i think you have managed to take what i have always wanted to say with music... and say it.

    i was thinking... about life. the feeling you get when you take a deep deeep deeeeep breath. the solidity. the feeling of life.

    time and hunger. the mind. it's nagging effect on the conscience.

    i really love this dave. this is... incredible.
    can i be really real with you?... have you ever tried distortion? i felt that with a track like this. the human zone, despite the synths... i felt that distortion was needed on your dialogue.

    thank you either way. i feel more lost than found in reality than ever.

    i agree with mr.e tho, a planet slap CD would be pretty sweet. but try some distortion on size one time?

    you know, it reminds of the FIRST track i ever heard on looperman, which was Chernobyl. that thing rocked my world after rei's follow the sunset.

    anyways, thank you, highly recommended.

  30. Filaofsoul
    Filaofsoul on Fri 22nd May 2009 - 13 years ago

    Just bouncing around listening when I came upon this GEM!! What a production Great opening which had me hooked for all 5:06 great use of the sound effects throughout this production that really set up the title. The Bass playing was so smooth and excellent. Had to FAV this one because I will be listening to this again!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man!(sorry for the late reply)...your kind words are much appreciated..cheers planet :)

  31. BigPete
    BigPete on Thu 14th May 2009 - 13 years ago

    You are mercyless, with that fretless, man everything has been said, two of my fav together, out of this world, this is jammin' on another level, on another planet, this is heaven music, this is the mind speaking not instruments, thanks guys, Peace Love and Freedom to jam.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks BigPete...glad you enjoyed it..playing with Slap is always a great treat for me,the man blows solid soul..cheers :)

    MEDICALMARIJUANA on Thu 7th May 2009 - 13 years ago

    Going 2 Sasquatch and your going with. Thanks I will be listening to you when I am high high in the mountains.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hehe..great!..have a cool time mate..thanks for the kind words ..cheers planet :)

  33. DaMann
    DaMann on Wed 6th May 2009 - 13 years ago

    Dave, this is sounding excellent, though there is one thing that is bugging me in it.

    The bass sound you use, maybe it's just my speakers, but hits a combination of ugly frequencies that just create a resonant bass sound, I have to work with it in my bassline all the time in hardcore.

    I LOVE the use of ambience, sounds like a plain taking off in the background.

    Amazing Track!



    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Curtis..thanks for the listen mate..As for the bass sound..I thought it sounded great! lol hehe,seriously..it's interesting you should say that..I'm always changing it looking for a better more refined sound ..this particular version has a lot of presence to it and I wouldn't use it in a more ensemble piece..hehe what sort of monitors are you using?..there is another thing you know, your ears are totally different in audio receptiveness to my (old ones) or so I'm led to believe...maybe my music will be played in Malls to discourage youth from gathering in large numbers ..bwahahahaha..just kidding..I really appreciate your frank and honest appraisal..how else are we ever going to improve if we don't listen to our peers...cheers mate Dave :)

  34. Scriptique
    Scriptique on Sat 2nd May 2009 - 13 years ago

    Wow I agree with a lot of people, the bass in this one is just sweeet! Love the ethnic backbeats too, and Slap is awesome in the sax as always =) It's very atmospheric without overdoing the ambiance, which I think is what's mostly the problem with a lot of chill out tracks. Another thing I like is that great balance between the staccato rhythm of the drums and the smooth notes of the sax. It's strange, but this track gives me a sense of tranquility, but at the same time a feeling of freedom and a want to dance. I really really enjoyed this!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks Ria...glad you liked it.Slap can hold a lovely note can't he...always nice to hear from you..cheers and salutations from a fellow Aussie Dave :)

  35. ChrisHall
    ChrisHall on Thu 9th Apr 2009 - 13 years ago

    wicked track man! stuck it in my faves!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks mate! sorry for the late reply...your words are much appreciated cheers :)

  36. Reverse1984
    Reverse1984 on Sat 28th Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    Awesome track man. Everything fits perfectly. The production is top-notch. Love the vibe in it. Not much you can say besides "it's a killer track"

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thank you very much for the great review!...Slap and I have a few more on the horizon..cheers mate :)

  37. bosonHavoc
    bosonHavoc on Wed 25th Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    planet you have this sound.. i dont know what it is but its like your sound... its like chaos organized into melodic bliss.
    i think this could represent how social anarchy can work beautifully.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey man...when MrAbelton tells me something I listen!..that's very cool of you to say that...I've been a tone miner for ages as we all have...like you I want to get an EUB..this year hopefully...cheers mate :)

  38. Randall822
    Randall822 on Mon 23rd Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    Hi Dave,

    Wanted to come over here and see what was going on in the mind from way across the world. Nice drum sounds/beat. I like the synth type bass sound....like a fretless bass sound to me since I also play bass.

    Great Sax playing by Slap too. He makes that instrument just talk!
    I am working on a rock tune again with some keyboard input this time. I've had a Korg for years and didn't use it a lot, but now I want to add some variety into my tunes as I am running out of ideas.

    So thanks for uploading this tune. I see it as a featured as well, so that is great so others can catch it if they missed its opening debut.

    Later and thanks for sharing.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Randy..thanks for the kind review mate...adding a bit of synth flavour always helps I think...their such cool instruments and the Korg's you have look way impressive..I think you might be pushing Slap out of first place for most versatile musician on the Loop..how many instruments do you play again..one or two dozen! lol...cheers mate Dave :)

  39. TraXnCtrl
    TraXnCtrl on Sun 22nd Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    percussion perffect.....fantastic sounds going on there planet.....Slaps sax is hypnotic as always......your bass work and fx work top notch.......great way to start a day at work.
    Well done

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks mate..always nice to hear from a fellow Aussie...I've always loved percussion,it has such a down local feel to it..tribal I guess.. thank you for the kind review cheers MrT :)

  40. audioprojek
    audioprojek on Sun 22nd Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    Out-of-this-world! I have heard a lot of top notch stuff here on LM, but nothing that has the sound, composition, and amazing quality of this piece. This must be one of the top tracks on LM.

    Another thing worth mentioning - your paintings (avatar) are great.

    Can't wait to listen to the rest of your posted music. Amazing!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey man..thanks for the vote of support..I think there are many that would disagree with you though..hehe..working with guys like SlapJohnston never hurt a track either...your comments are very kind MrAp...cheers planet :)

  41. DonnieVyros
    DonnieVyros on Sat 21st Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    The desc reminds me of The Jurassic Park films. Namely, Jeff Goldblum's character and 'the chaos theory'. Then it leads me into I Am Legend. And strangely, I'm left thinking that what the world needs now is... Zombies, flesh eating Zombies. Wait, that isn't right. It's love, sweet love. Silly me!
    Eh, maybe someone could blend 'em and make it- Sweet Zombie Love. Yeah, there ya go... Someone needs to make a Zombie love story script. That'd be so great, baahahahahaha!

    As for the track, it has this kinda cool awaking/being born kinda vibe to it. Falling back on the Jurassic Park thing from above. A baby T-Rex hatching and opening it's eyes for the first time. And there we'd be 1890 African Safari get up and all, with a bag of Reece's Pieces and a tranq gun to entice the thing to come back with us. Interesting vibes mate. Later on!

    PS. We the people of... DV?
    Would like to request some loopage
    from the Guitar/FX master, pwetty pwease!?

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man...cool review!...seeing as you asked so nicely..lol I will be putting some loops up soon..it's been bugging me that I haven't done so yet...consider it done!..cheers Dave :)

  42. Dennel
    Dennel on Fri 20th Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    Hey P & Slap, awesome track. Always love to hear heavyweights such as yourselves get together on a track, hope to work with both of you. Love the warmth and dare I say it? HUMAN TOUCH that the track provides, awesome, simply awesome. Faved for sure, take care, peace. D

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Dennel thank you for your kind review...sometimes when you pick up an instrument things instantly spring to mind..this track is an example of that sort of touch..cheers mate planet :)

    SLAPJOHNSON on Fri 20th Mar 2009 - 13 years ago

    Hi Dave, I really dig the mood you have created in this track, it's totally original! The first thing to strike me after the wonderful intro was your bass playing and the sound it has. Wow man that's a sound... I can imagine a lot of players would love to get that sound. The song sounded full and vibrant before I added the soprano ( a kid didn't turn up for a lesson, so I did it then. That's the beauty of carrying the stuff around with you. You can record anywhere). I really love the atmosphere, so I just played and hopefully left enough space for the track to breath...
    Thank you for the invite to play on something so beautiful..

    Cheers Slap...

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Steve..that's amazing man!..technology is a wonderful servant in the hands of a great musician like yourself..it never ceases to blow me away,great playing mate,just what the Doctor ordered!..hey when you eventually see the kid that didn't turn up give him my regards.. lol..I sort of feel that I should pay for his next lesson seeing as I benefited so much from his absence..lol..a lovely story!.. cheers mate Dave :)

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