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Description : SpellJammer has once again provided me with some great keys,percussion and inspiration.We mixed it up and I tried to add some jazz influenced guitar to his melody.I used my Telecaster as always.
I finally got the new bridge saddles and pickup issues under control...I think i'll take it to the professionals next time and just concentrate on making music!
Thanks for listening and let me know what you think...I do appreciate it and enjoy working with SpellJammer and sharing it with all of you.
I have to add that SpellJammer did every thing except the guitars,which I layered about 6 to 8 guitar tracks into his awesome production.
Thanks again Looperfriends.
UPDATE:Slap Johnson has been kind enough to add his awesome Sax! I hope you enjoy and please visit Slap's page!
Oh,I tried to just update this track but had problems doing so.I appreciate the reviews that were left before but I couldn't get around deleting and uploading :)


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  1. midiman007
    midiman007 on Mon 18th May 2015 - 6 years ago

    Hi Allen glad to hear some nice smooth jazz from you.
    Glad you got your Axe fixed also.
    I hate when mine is broken also.

    Tune is outstanding from you guys. Really nice guitar playing.

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 15th May 2015 - 6 years ago

    This is another masterful production from you Allen, and it includes some of the loop's original masters! It came up as a suggestion on a recent thread I started, and I'm so glad! Super groovy, and reminiscent of a different time. Love it! Hope you are well!

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you my friend!
    I appreciate the production comment and I must say that all the contributors produced there own tracks and I just added guitar parts after the fact but I was the last in line to mix us all together so for that I thank you!
    It started with Spelljammer and I added layers of guitar and Slap made me remix the whole song..Yea,like he made me lol!!
    I've seen a lot of interesting posts about production,mastering and mixing on the Loop...I haven't chimed into the discussion because I don't know any response but I will tell you that your comment "reminiscent of a different time"is so true.
    I took the tracks they sent me,added my own and mixed it,their own EQ...that was that,if it sounded good then I thought it was and posted it and let the Looper community tell me if I should make any changes but I appreciate that everyone who has commented has approved.
    A lot has changed in a few years,a lot for the better.
    I'ts funny to think that 5 years can sound "dated" but it's true and I love all the new computer production,I'll figure it out one day lol!
    You Know Spiv, I know my tracks may sound"old school".....But it's because I Am lol!

    Thanks again for your review,

  3. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 3rd Apr 2015 - 6 years ago

    love this, the chord structures are off the chart on this one, fav'd and downloaded. beautiful piece of music.

    Reply by AllenV

    Hey Cru!
    Thanks for the comment,I had some great artists contributing to this track.
    This is one of those tracks that you get so wrapped up in playing and mixing that you truly don't appreciate and enjoy until way after the song is finished,it was such a pleasure to play on this one.
    It was so easy to add guitar to but I remember hours of mixing,even all night and still questioning myself.I mixed and played through cheap headphones and when I heard it through a big system for the first time I thought it was all wrong but it was finished so I let it be but now the more my ear changes with slightly better phones my perception is a little better and comments like yours confirms it and I appreciate your review so much.
    Hey,did I mention that all guitar parts were played guitar through a cheap Zoom FX pedal and all parts were mixed through a Tascam 8,even the sax was sent dry and I added only the built in reverb in the recorder..I only used my old windowsxp computer to convert the wave to mp3 with Audacity...primitive but it worked.Like I said before,it helps a lot when all the collaborators do their part,they knew they could only depend on me for guitar and ears lol!

    Thanks again for your comment.

  4. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Wed 29th Feb 2012 - 9 years ago

    Evening Mr V. Thought i'd stop by and see how things are with you. Hopefully things have picked up a bit for ya since we last spoke?
    Anyway, I had to home in on this one. Some of the best talents on the site all jamming together could mean nothing but a track and a half.
    The vibe reminds me a little of Kenny G, very mellow and superbly blended together with all the right ingredients.
    It sounds like a full live take. was it?

    Reply by AllenV

    Hey Mr Rad...and you are!
    I'm glad it sounds like a full take cause'it definitely wasn't.
    This collab with Spell and Slap was the hardest thing(but most rewarding)to put together.Spell and I had it completed and uploaded when Slap decided to join us so of course we wanted and were honored to have him be part of this.
    My problem is that I'm no producer and haven't the skills or equipment to do everyone justice...I just know what they send will be be ready to go, but I am the last one to layer in my guitar and call it final so my ear is all I have.
    When Slap sent several sax parts that he made for the track(he sent me a demo first)I had to match them with the demo to get that feel as though we were all in the same room and played it all together.
    So actually it was many parts.Spell had the melody complete with keys,percussion,bass and all the special musical additions.He sent it to me and I layered many guitar parts over his track and when Slap sent his parts.
    It took me a while to do it but I'm pleased that it came out so well...and of course that you liked it!

    Thanks for reviewing my friend and yes,things are slowly getting better!


  5. Baggettcindy
    Baggettcindy on Mon 8th Aug 2011 - 10 years ago

    Nice track! It seems more jazzy to me, so I added to my "jazz folder"

    Reply by AllenV

    Hello my new friend!
    I agree and wish there were a "Smooth Jazz" option on the genres,I'm always torn between the two on here and my co-collaborators seem to agree that a new genre option would be great.
    The problem with the jazz is that we were worried about the jazz purists that might not hear it as such.

    I should start a forum topic about it...and it sounds like you know the difference : )

    Thanks so much for your comment!

  6. K19
    K19 on Sat 2nd Jul 2011 - 10 years ago

    dang dis is ill man...takes me to another planet lol

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you K19!
    I had a great time playing with these guys.

    I'll visit you soon.

  7. Nosleeves
    Nosleeves on Wed 29th Jun 2011 - 10 years ago

    Man talk about colborations here,u guys sure know how to create some smooth jazz magic together.

    awesome work

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you DJ,now if I could just slip"Mad As Hell" in there somewhere we would have an even better song ;)

    Thanks my friend,it's been quite a ride hasn't it?..A year now I think.

    Thank you for all your support through this life changing time.


  8. nabilkhazzaka
    nabilkhazzaka on Tue 28th Jun 2011 - 10 years ago

    Nice laidback track! Great sax and guitar!

    Reply by AllenV

    Thanks my collaborators deserve the credit,I just hang around good musicians and it pays off!
    Really,I am pleased that you commented...and even more that you liked it : )


  9. Twanna1
    Twanna1 on Mon 27th Jun 2011 - 10 years ago

    Beautiful!!! What a great addition to my day.


    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you Twanna,I appreciate those words as I am a fan of yours and need to visit you more often!

    Thanks again so very much...Oh,Spell and Slap appreciates it also : )


  10. digitalSKYY
    digitalSKYY on Sat 4th Jun 2011 - 10 years ago

    Wow, stunning!!

    Your very talented!
    Very good...

    Kenny Lee

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you Kenny,Spell and Slap brought it to life...i'm pleased to be part of it!


  11. HustlerbyNature
    HustlerbyNature on Tue 22nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    wow that is beautiful music... everything flows together well.. nice collab!!

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you my friend,What can I say about these guys that I haven't already.Dylan creates the lush landscape which is the foundation and inspiration for all my guitar parts,then there is Slap and his great feel of this music.We didn't expect Slap to join in and now I can't imagine it any other way.I'm a lucky guitarist to play with the both of them!

    Thanks again for commenting!

  12. DJShemZee
    DJShemZee on Mon 7th Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    amazing track.beautiful guitar parts.

    Reply by AllenV

    Thanks DJ...I owe all inspiration to my collaborators!


  13. Lazynick
    Lazynick on Sun 6th Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Wow real rnb....great this one..

    Reply by AllenV

    Hey Lazynick,Thanks!I gotta give most of the credit to my collaborators and friends!

    I am glad you liked it and commented.

  14. JohnBoutilier
    JohnBoutilier on Sat 5th Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Wow is definitely the word. This is very beautiful. A far cry from the punk metal style I had in mind for Racket. Great musicianship all the way around.

    Faved and downloaded


    Reply by AllenV

    Thanks John!I do have a soft mellow side but I also like to make a Racket every once and awhile.

    Thanks again and talk to you soon.

  15. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Fri 4th Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Wow, what a collection of talent. Here we have three of my favorite musicians all assembled for one terrific track. Allen, your guitar work reminds me of George Benson on this one. Slap is exceptional as always, and Dylan is, well, amazing.

    Not enough superlatives for this track. You guys need to hit the road....I'll drive :)


    Reply by AllenV

    Haha!We'll find another driver, so why not join the band!how cool would that be,all of us on one stage.
    You know that's the only thing I miss after these collabs,is wondering "what if"...I can see it in my mind and have the dream that one day one of us wins the big multi million jackpot and brings us all together live.I would be in heaven and wouldn't think twice!
    George Benson...hmm..I'll take it!He was the first smooth jazz guitarist I ever listened to,it's very nice to be in the same review as him :)

    Thanks Bear,

  16. matthew8755
    matthew8755 on Thu 3rd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Wow. This is so smooth. Listening to this on a breezy summer day would be crazy man!
    If your talents weren't enough, Slap's sax was so satisfying words can not describe. WOW. Now I want to go learn sax :P.

    You did a great job anyway creating this track!

    Reply by AllenV

    Matthew,Thanks!I tried to play sax once myself...only once!
    So I stuck to the guitar,that's what we talk about all the time.This site has allowed so many of us to share what we do and the Spell,Slap combo is hard to beat,that's why I'm so happy to play a part in these collabs.

    Thanks again!

  17. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Thu 3rd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    The set is very consistent musically, and the touch of genius you had is to add the sax magic "Slap" .... Excellent.


    Reply by AllenV

    Hey VickyD,you know it was Slap that chose to add his Sax..and of course we were elated...and we are so proud to have him on this track,no genius here except Mr Slap!
    Thank you so much for the comments and for checkin' us out!


  18. Jkingz
    Jkingz on Thu 3rd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Man, i love the mix on this track, really, really splendid. good job. nice sax, and great backing melody, downloaded esp for night time driving :D good job my man

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you Jkingz..This really was a collaboration in every way,I could not have done this without these guys!

    Thanks again,

  19. Vicen
    Vicen on Thu 3rd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    It was wonderful before, but with the sax Slap ... What Shall I tell you? My wish that ye three more collaborations together. My most hearty applause, my friend.

    Better than my English.

    Reply by AllenV

    Gracias por tu comentario!

    Is that right?

  20. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Thu 3rd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    G'day Allen

    Another magical piece, such a chilled laid back track, again Slap is brilliant on the Sax, like the intro, then into the track, nice guitar and beat my friend, this is one to sit back n have a drink and let the music take you on a journey,Fav'd my friend...very good work Allen, another great collab..Peace dude...Estefano...

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you Estefano!SpellJammer, Slap and I seem to have this common smooth jazz thing going on that blends together so well.With or without me this would be a great track but I am very proud to be part of it!
    Thanks for your review my friend,

  21. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    I didn't think it could be improved but Slap added his magic touch and wow! What a great collab, you guys are fantastic!


    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you Wayne,Slap does make all the difference.
    I guess it's in part that the style SpellJammer and I are doing lends it's self to the Sax so well,and that Slap is just sooo very awesome!


  22. BrianMaiden407
    BrianMaiden407 on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Just a great RnB Jazz track here, nice smooth guitar with a really sweet and romantic melody! just real nice! very impressed with the way you handle this great style of music!nice clear recording and love the old record effect in the into! keepem coming!!

    Brian ;)

    Reply by AllenV

    Thanks BM!The fx and all but guitar and sax are from SpellJammer,he's great!
    You know I was just talking to my Son about how this was not my original choice for live music,which is all I did until I joined this site.I always played in top40 rock bands so I loved this but rarely played with this caliber of musicians needed to create this stuff live.So this is a very appreciated experience!

    Thanks again Brian,

  23. MStokes
    MStokes on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Well, i gotta echo IWE - you guys really have nailed this - a rich mix - very soulful, jazzy, and i hope i'm not the only one who finds a great off-the-wall sense of humor and playfulness in this as well - really rewarding music- hat's off, gents

    Reply by AllenV

    Hey Mike,Thank you for the comments!I'm so glad you heard the fun in this was very fun to play on SpellJammers track and when Slap joined in the fun level jumped up quite a bit!

    I'll be talkin' to you soon :)

  24. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Allen you guys nailed this, what a great mix. Everything really works and flows together. Good job as always!!!!

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you IWE!I just try to surround myself with great artists and yourself!


    SLAPJOHNSON on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    Hi Allen, it's a great privilege to play on such a rich and well woven tapestry. This song is testament to the reason why this site exists. We all live on different continents but are as one through music... Awesome job guys..

    Cheers, Slap...

    Reply by AllenV

    Hey Slap!Thank you and...thank brought this thing to life.I echo what you mean about this site,I would never have been able to play out all my musical dreams with all these wonderful producers and musicians if not here.I know we all try to make songs that are both enjoyable and have a certain quality,but it's the collaboration for me that makes it all possible.

    Anytime my friend!

  26. kerry
    kerry on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    i really like the song allen it has a good feel to it
    kerry :)

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you Kerry!I'm glad you enjoyed this,these guys are great musicians.I'm proud to be a part.


  27. philippic
    philippic on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    This is fantastic!
    It doesn't actually even need anything more.
    It's a press play and sit back track :D

    Reply by AllenV

    Wow,Thanks philippic!I'm so fortunate to have friends like these here on the loop,they do what they do so well!
    I'm very pleased you like it and commented.


  28. joell
    joell on Wed 2nd Feb 2011 - 10 years ago

    very nice :) melodic

    Reply by AllenV

    Thank you joell,these guys are a joy to play with!

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