Tags : | Blues | 4.15 MB

Description : I downloaded loopeytunes "Blue is blue" as a good Rhythm and blues beat and jammed out a piano riff with added crunchy lead guitar and base line. Goes on a bit but my point of view I enjoyed the jam....hope U do 2.

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  1. Randall822
    Randall822 on Fri 15th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    Hello DanielGtrman,

    I saw this Blues tune you had here and wanted to give it a listen. I like it a lot. Has the basic Blues pattern....but the guitar playing makes the song come alive.

    You did a very nice job on this tune. I did a couple blues songs that have slide in them. Ever try slide guitar?

    Overall, your guitar playing shined thru on this song and it is appreciated that you shared this with us here. I may try another Blues tune soon myself. Right now I just finished up a country tune that I'll upload tomorrow if your interested.

    Take care and make more,

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Hi Randy, thanks for the listen and nice comments about my guitar playing. I got slide and occasionally give that a go, but I'm no slide-meister like Mr.Randall822....I'll be giving your tracks a blast Randy..thanks again.

  2. SterCityLife
    SterCityLife on Tue 25th Jan 2011 - 9 years ago

    DOPE!! im feeling this ! dont forget to check out my track and leave your reviews as well.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks stercity for the listen and review. I shall be returning the favour....

  3. WhiteSands
    WhiteSands on Thu 2nd Sep 2010 - 9 years ago

    ahh man its got an oldies feel to it i think its that bass line. Thanks for the download its going into my music folder.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Hi White Sands, thanks again for dropping by and giving my track a review. I seem to recall you asking if I could give you the BPM to a track some time ago, which leads me nicely on to my question = I got a tune I put together which is sort of disco/electronic. What I need is a good beat with the fills in it. Are you up for a Collab? If so drop me a line and I'll send a link for a wav.file. Daniel

  4. MarkGregory
    MarkGregory on Sun 20th Jun 2010 - 9 years ago

    Great work Daniel! Fits like a glove with some lyrics I wrote a while ago. I hope you agree.



    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Yes indeed Mr Bluesman !! Thanks for the review

  5. JohnBoutilier
    JohnBoutilier on Thu 11th Mar 2010 - 9 years ago

    Lol, love it, love it, love it. Oh by the way, did I fail to mention that I LOVE IT. Bloody fn awesome.

    favin it (What can I say, love the blues)

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    ....if you play guitar you gotta play the blues.......thanks again for your review

  6. haven
    haven on Sat 27th Feb 2010 - 9 years ago

    love it - i can tell yer just havin fun - curious... what day of the week was it and what time when you actually recorded it? sunny outside? cloudy? etc - just curious - makes me want to grab a beer - also love the fakeout ending turnaround at about 2:05 - you decided for more! glad you did1

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    I think it was recorded on a sunny thursday afternoon and I had been jamming blues tunes, decided to find loopeytunes "blue is blue" and build it up from there. thanks for your review

  7. hno3
    hno3 on Tue 16th Feb 2010 - 9 years ago

    great guitar-jam, this jam is groovy...felt like sittin on a chair starin at the sundown. nice.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks Hno3 for your review.

  8. JoeyBonezSD1
    JoeyBonezSD1 on Tue 16th Feb 2010 - 9 years ago

    yea great vibe without a dout!lovn the guitar work!!!kept me listnen all the way threw!!makes me wanna plug in the amp an wake everybody up this mornin lol!!!!i should dust off the ole ibanez aaanyway!!well thnx for givin me a good wake up joint to listnen too!!great job!!

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for the listen and review Bonez. I get inspired by listening to tracks on looperman by other members, glad you were inspired by this one of mine.. Crank the volume up and get that Ibanez on the move !!! thanks again.

  9. BrownJenkins
    BrownJenkins on Tue 16th Feb 2010 - 9 years ago

    Hi Daniel,
    I really enjoyed this good old blues jam too!Very nice guitar playing all way through and really communicative good vibes
    French Kid

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    WOW !!!! The fastest reviewer in the west has got to be YOU. I imagine you poised like a praying mantis to see what tracks come up so you can review.....seriously; thanks again for yet another listen and review. apreciated.

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