Tags : | Country | 2.64 MB

Description : Ok....been over 3 months since I uploaded something. All because of working a lot of hours.
So this is 2 tunes in 1, and the first tune features some Pedal Steel, Fiddle and Slide guitar done in the key of 'C'. Hmmm , wonder why no one else does slide on here?

2nd tune is done in 'D' tuning and now is my favorite of the two. Anyways, good toe tapping stuff if I may say so myself.
Fiddle, Drums are loops. The rest is a combo of me and some other loops.
Let me know if you like it...maybe I'll do a few more. I know I did promise someone here a waltz...so I will do that on Pedal Steel....soon.
Randy

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  1. RumLad
    RumLad on Sat 19th Sep 2015 - 4 years ago

    Great tune, love the country upbeat rhythm.
    I picked this track to go into a video I was editing, and of course was going to give you full credit for it. But it has been flagged up as being owned by someone else.

    http://download.atomicamusiclibrary.com/#!explorer?s=roadhouse

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there Rumlad.. Thanks for your nice comments on this song I did over 5 years ago. Regarding copyright, I don't know about that as I have never had that issue come up before. I state in my notes that the song was made with loops and my playing as I play 6 instruments myself.

    I often purchase sample loops from various companies on the internet and pick them apart and put together songs.
    So long as I don't try and sell any of them, all is good. Most loop packages state that you can use the loops you put together for many uses. (commercials, games) And as you can see it has been D/L 143 times in the past. Randy

  2. VinceSinger
    VinceSinger on Wed 10th Nov 2010 - 9 years ago

    I think it's great that you are able to mix "live" and loops so well - when's the album due out? Love the country stuff. I have been thinking about doing some of this myself, if I ever learn to play something. I am considering buying a lap steel and giving it a shot soon - thanks for the inspiration!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there VinceSinger,

    Thanks for your nice comments.Ha Ha...no album....I just do this for fun. If someone wants to put words to my music...okay by me. Just would be nice if they gave some credit is all.

    A lap steel won't give you all the sounds I am getting off my Pedal Steel.
    A Pedal Steel gives the sound a moving feeling and is different than a lap steel. However, if a person is very skillful, they can mimic one pretty close.

    I see you have no songs up so I can't review anything of yours...so thanbks again. I believe I have 27 songs up now...but most are towards the rock vein.
    Randy

  3. Kikajon
    Kikajon on Tue 21st Sep 2010 - 9 years ago

    Just wow! Rockin' country that really freaks me out. Great piece of music and I have to admit, I'm a bit envious of your skills.
    Cheers
    /pmk

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello again Kikajon,

    Thanks for reviewing this country tune. Chicken pickin style takes a while to learn. Basically using at least 3 fingers, including the thumb and using a Fender Telecaster to get the best sound.

    I love this style of music and will do another of this type after I finish the classic rock tune I have started.
    I'll listen to your music and give a review(s) back as well.

    Randy

  4. AllenV
    AllenV on Thu 10th Jun 2010 - 9 years ago

    Alright Randy,now you know I gotta put my boots and hat on and saddle up the Tele after this tasty slice of down home pickin'I did listen to this before but had to come back.First thing first you can play southern fried,second,you can play southern fried very well!Is there a difference between being inspired and just plain stealin'someones idea,they would string up(no pun intended)a guitar slinger for that wouldnt they?.Well I can't play pedal steel or slide,no fiddle and my son will probably refuse to create any country drums for me but other than that I aughta be good to go!
    Great job,
    Allen.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Allen.
    Looks like your getting into my music.....glad of that. I strive for quality...not quantity. I get my drum loop at www.betamonkeymusic.com or else I play them from the keyboard as I don't own any drums now.
    I started to own a 9 piece white Ludwig drum set back in the 70's. But the person I got them from wanted them back.. as they missed playing them.

    I am working on a 'Crunch' Rock tune now and then will get back to some more country pickin stuff.
    Glad you liked this tune and I hope my music inspires you to play more. I am here all by myself!
    Bye for now.........
    Randy

  5. rei4real
    rei4real on Wed 28th Apr 2010 - 9 years ago

    hell yeah!!!
    what a drive .... and your awesome playing ...
    brilliant, simply brilliant!!
    your tone, your technique ... years of experience that make me jealous and impatient ... but at least I know that real guitar players are like red wine ... so I'll get there some day!!!
    thx for sharing this masterpiece Randy ...
    faved!! (of course!)

    peace, rei

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello again Rei,

    So you found another one you like. Great!
    Believe it or not, 'Chicken Pickin' style is my favorite, but it has taken me a long time to master it. I still have more to learn....and I will post another one soon.
    It is basically using a pick or thumb pick and your other 2-3 fingers to play all the rest of the melody and chords at the same time.
    When I play 5-string banjo...not so much lately, your using usually 3 fingers playing rolls forwards and backwards.
    Pedal Steel is simuliar, and also Dobro that is featured in some of my Blues tunes.
    Anyways glad you enjoyed this tune as well as the waltz.

    As far as fine wine goes...I'll be 66 next month and I'm certainly becoming as aged wine. ha ha,

    Thanks again,
    Randy

  6. theHumps
    theHumps on Fri 29th Jan 2010 - 9 years ago

    Excellent tune and quality recording, pro tools, right? The guitars sound awesome. Did you play the fiddle as well? This is a lot of fun to listen to, a little Waylon Jennings type beat on the 2nd part.

    Great to have you back uploading songs!

    Wayne

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Wayne!

    Thank you for stopping by and checking out my country tune. I see after I posted it, it disappeard off the front page within 1/2 hour with so many others posting too.
    So I doubt that many even saw it come up.
    Oh well, there is always the featured section.

    No...I do own a fiddle, but this was a loop from a disk I bought...and the drums as well.

    I practiced the fiddle when I was younger, but liked fretted instruments better. The only one I own now is a gold colored signed and numbered Charlie Daniels one...that is a keepsake as only 50 of that color were made.

    I'll check out your tunes as well as the others here and leave you some comments.
    Thanks again,
    Randy

  7. jfw
    jfw on Fri 29th Jan 2010 - 9 years ago

    Great work - you're right about the lack of pedal steel, lap steel, slide etc - really enjoyed this and looking forward to more!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello JFW,
    Thaks for reviewing my country tune. This is the type of music I really like. I have been practicing that style off and on for some time.
    I'll check to see what all you have up and give a review back.
    Bye for now,
    Randy

  8. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Fri 29th Jan 2010 - 9 years ago

    This is killer, love the pedal steel, wish I could play it such a cool sounding instrument. Nice job, has a great country sound it. Keep this up, hope you have more time to make more.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there,

    Thanks for being my first reviewer of this new tune. The steel sound you hear is not a Lap steel. It is a full blowsn $3,000 Emmons pedal steel. You could never get those sounds I made, on a simple lap steel.
    See my pic gallery for a picture of it if you have time.

    Anyways, glad you like the songs...I know they are a little short...so that is why I put 2 of them together.
    I will get over to listen to yor songs shorty and leave feedback.

    Thanks again,
    Randy

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