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Yee Hah - once again - love it Wayne
Long live the humps
Anything with a bit of country blues does it every time man took about 3 sec for the big cheesy grin on my face to appear brilliant and as only you can do :)
The Bard of Looperman does it again. Three listens! Can't help it but whenever I hear that bass pattern and that drum beat I just think Johnny cash. But it's perfect. Nice warm fuzz guitar. Highly entertaining listen man.
We recognize your style right away!! great mate! completely in the spirit with your fucking voice! good job Wayne!Michael
HOW, just how that guitar is sounds soooooooo firmly vintage? Damn its a superb work!
The guitar is a $90 Squire Stratocaster through a $160 amp. I adjusted the pickups a little and did a few small things to it but it's a cheap ass guitar thru a practice amp. It works for me, makes a decent sound for what it is.
Hi! it feels like we are back in the good old days! excellent, good mix.Michael
The good old days.....
Thanks Michael, kept it simple and to the point.
YOU GOT ME WITH THE TITLE THEN BLEW ME AWAY WITH YOUR BEST TRACK EVER....I KNEW THIS WAS COMIN FROM YOU....AND THATS WHY IM A FAN
Thanks man! Very simple and basic idea, only 4 tracks.
I had to fave this fucker. Being that I had an ear-to-ear grin on my face from the first chord and for the full two minutes and nine seconds. I mean, it just goes and goes and goes and then it ends, and someone like me is sitting there, sweaty from dancing in his chair, "Wow, that's a perfect song right there." There, I said it. Perfect song right there.
I like when the bass and guitar are in sync, it makes the song tight and punchy.
Thanks again Mofo!
Yeahhhh! your work is so super cool! & as I have said before your lyrics are something else!..I truly like your style, GREAT! vocals also & loving that guitar too. ROCK ON!
Thanks you so much again for your comments!
Another very cool humps hit - love it
I know its a slightly different theme but was reminded of https://youtu.be/KzEmtD3IO1Y ... Im an adult now
Glad you liked it!
I love that song, been a while since I heard it but it was played a lot on the stations I listen to back in the day.
i love this one man its not like your other stuff your voice here reminds me of alice cooper the way you sing it just the voice not the song the mixing sounds superb very good work hey thanks for that video i liked it he reminds me of the the guy that follows zoro around with the instrument sitar or zither cant remember never new of him way he works neck is like me i swich my hand in difernt directions and finger tap alot some say its show boating but when you do it in a live jam its not showboating it means your spot on comfortabal in the zone his strum hand how ever reminds me if a sitar or zither player never les thanks for the link
Alice Cooper? Now that's not one i've heard before. There's a few videos that accompany that one, hope you checked them out too! Dale was a showman, he loved all the tapping and strutting around, he was a great performer.
Dirty, gritty and great riffs. Bass guitar is my favorite in this track. Vocals Reminds me of Nick Cave. Nice work.
That Nick Cave, he's such a bad seed. ;)
Great description and context. All of my formal education is in finance, accounting, and economics. Lately I've been cramming study flashcards to "test out" of college courses so I can sit for a CPA exam (after about 60K of loan debt of course, so technically still plenty broke).
Because of this, issues such as income disparity, crypto currency bubbles, the "higher education hustle," geopolitical complexities, etc... won't leave my mind.
This song managed to sum it up in a simple concise way.
Nice work. Faved.
Probably my best teacher in HS was my economics teacher. He gave a $1000 scholarship to the student in our class who made the most money playing the stock market with an imaginary $10,000 he gave each of us. He taught us what each column meant on the stocks page, told us how the market worked and we had to make at least 3 trades a week. It was fun! He always used Levi's jeans and Jordache jeans as examples even tho he alway wore a button down shirt and slacks. We all chipped in and bought him a pair of Levis and gave them to him weeks before we graduated, he wore them proudly.
I think all education should be free thru college except for private schools. An educated society benefits all and it should burden them financially after school. I went to a state college and my debt was only about $12,000 back in the 80's. If Reagan hadn't slash the Pell Grants and govt. tuition help everyone needed it would have been much lower. Trick down economics suck when you're the one being trickled on. lol
Thanks man, just a quick, simple song!
defeniatley me, only difference i did have a lot, just fucked it for myself though and lost everything :(( so always building Wayne, but a lot older and wiser, i still let myself down at times just like most but im happy, for a long time i wasnt, i dont blame anyone other than myself, i was a handful tbf but finding a deeper love for music and likeminded people, changing how i go about day to day, important things, not worrying about things i CANT change, not judging of others, then 2 years ago, the most important becoming a grandfather 3 times now :)) stay resolute guys, only you can change your life for the better. great track and story telling Wayne, always worth clicking play when i see you up there and the music is always on point
Older and wiser, that's what we become. We all make mistakes and bad choices growing up, that's a big way to learn about life. We can't control anything in our lives and people think they can, that causes suffering as the Buddha would say. Just try not to piss for a couple days or never get sick. We can't even control our own bodies never mind anything else, lol!!
Gotta just enjoy every moment by being in the moment, not thinking about the past or the future. Mindfulness.
Thanks for swinging by!
very cool tune Wayne ... you play these dirty, punk, root music amazingly well ... I like the rumble of the drums and the sure "foundation" of the bass bomb ...hats off bro, Danke
I've been forcing myself to learn to play, record and mix the electric guitar more. So making these straight forward rock songs help a lot, especially when my electric gits aren't the best, learning to better eq them and compress them to get a fuller, quality tone.
like that chords man.song reminds me of me haha and prob a million others.I actually treated myself to 2 new toys been saving up, i have got myself a new sunburst fender bass sounds not bad but my cream de la cream is my banjo deliverence here i come :)
as always man cool tune :)
It should remind you of a million others, there's only so many chord progressions used in rock and roll, lol. Basic chord changes, a song like this doesn't need anything fancy, it's a 3 piece banging out an angry song. AC/DC/, Green Day and a thousand other 3 piece bands never used complicated arrangements or chord structures. That's is what this is.
A sunburst Fender Bass? What year? Jazz? Precision? Very Cool! I borrowed a banjo for a summer, years ago from an old bandmate, who drank himself to death, sad. He gave me a lesson book with songs in it and a floppy vinyl record to put on my turntable and follow along with the lessons. Boy, what a loud instrument. Might get one of those 6 string acoustic guitars that plays like a banjo someday. They even make a sitar version 6 string.
Thanks man! Have fun with the new toys!
Hey Wayne, been busy lately so I've been off LM for a few weeks. Getting back, one of the first things I did was search your profile to see if you had a new track. And you did not disappoint!
As usual the playing was on point and so was the old-school production. I think my favorite aspect of this one was the lyrics though. They seem to convey the simple yet kinda oblique wisdom of a bygone age. "Here's the story of just another working class person. Hear it, and take whatever you can from it."
Lots of new material always being posted.
Just a quick idea, short. Sat on this one for a month or so, wasn't sure if it was the way I wanted it, still not.
Thanks for stopping by Cam!
took a few days but i was thinking of Hank Marvin
I had to look up who that was. I do recognize the band, am familiar with it.
Would never have guessed him.
Oh man...I`m taken back to the days we were doing gtr instrumentals & what became known as surf.The guitar sounds good as does the vocal..must say I always enjoy stopping by your place when I get a bit of time Wayne...always unique and always good listening..groovy...keep on..Ed
Thanks Ed! Big fan of surf music, Dick Dale was a genius.
Thanks for the nice words!
very nice man this awsome love your guitar work here dude if you like surf music get the squire jaguar diference between jazzmaster and jaguar is a lot short scale neck for one seymour duncan pickups more switches both surf guitars with floating bridge tremlo the tones are unreal you can get one for 360. new gears for music or spash out get fender jaguar any where from 450 to 2000
Appreciate all the info!
I can't use those small guitars, I'm a big guy, long arms and big hands. A jazzmaster sounds nice but they have inherent problems at the bridge/tremolo. Playing a mando is a challenge, but it's very small.
Yee ha - great stuff as usual, warm and bright and a great sound and the cool little guitar lead at the end there is the icing on the cake.
I'm trying to make a $500 guitar sound like a $3500 guitar, he. It gets the feeling across with enough twang.
Ding Dong sing a folk song, great track again Wayne, your vocal is top notch as always great guitars lead and bass and the drums are good sit just right, great listen, Vegas CITY OF SIN most definately
I don't know how the words evolved to that line, City of Sin, but it got there and I like it. Works for me, lol!
Very cool the guitar reminds me in a mixture of roy oberson or dam i forget his name now always played with a fender it will come to me at the most inconveniant time had glasses in big goofy teeth but was ace on guitar and had his own style anyway man very cool tune as always :)
Buddy Holly, perhaps you are thinking of? Played by Gary Busy in the movie the Buddy Holly Story, great movie!
This is a real toe-tapper of a tune! you got me up & moving to this little ditty so early this morning. I have to say, I love your writing skills the lyrics are GREAT! and the music something special and your vocals simply brings this whole composition right home!...It's a home run! as far as I'm concerned & a Fave! Wonderful! Work! Kudos! :)
Thanks you again for your comments! I've been working hard on the story telling and the mixing, they're moving forward so that's good.
another great track
another humps classic
long live the humps
Glad you liked it man, thought this would appeal to your appreciation of music. :)
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