a razão é viver

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Guitar, Bass & Keys:
cody tripp1372 jams
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step I
GOTO
Mixer:
cody tripp1372 jams
Germany
Drums:
jamlady999 jams
Brasil
Guitar:
francisco al199 jams
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step IV
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United States
Saxophone:
Itocpogo403 jams

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08/04/2017
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Cody and jamlady created a wonderful free flowing theme with a breezy like smooth Jazz edge. Then there is Francisco's magnificent improv lines that take it to straight ahead Jazz with inspiring 16th note passages that drives the melodic intensity. My add 0:44-1:26 attempts to play in a call/response mode to the Cody's interlude.
Tagged as / Sounds like:
Jazz, Smooth Jazz, sax

Comments

PJE
this is super cool and very smooth:)+1
September 08 2017 17:45:19
PJE
Itocpogo Thanks so much, Peter! I so much appreciate your kind words. thanks for listening! +1
September 08 2017 17:46:23
PJE
PJE 😎 +0
Bothen
You got the dynamics of this track perfectly Dad. Just a perfect addition!!+1
August 06 2017 18:39:08
Bothen
Itocpogo Thank You so much! I appreciate your very kind words! +0
jamlady
:Dyeah so so great!:D+1
August 05 2017 22:00:17
jamlady
Itocpogo Thank You so very much, I appreciate it! +1
Pewi
I like the contrast between the gentle guitar sound and the sound of your sax. Once again, I am thrilled with the fast runs from you:o+1
August 05 2017 17:55:39
Pewi
Itocpogo Thanks so much, Pewi! Francisco's solo is a perfect straight ahead jazz statement in the style of Wes Montgomery and I did not like how it sounded when I tried that way. The free flowing drums and the different progression I played on with Cody's airy soundscape made me search for a contrast to lead back into Francisco's great solo continuation. +0
francisco al
novo comentário. ótimo trabalho de Sax. perfeita frases de jazz, Itocpogo. ótima melodia em improviso meu amigo Itocpogo+1
August 05 2017 17:59:48
francisco al
Itocpogo Francisco, seu solo é tão bom no estilo jazz de Wes Montgomery e quando eu tentei o mesmo, não soou bem. Então eu tentei encontrar uma declaração contrastante para levar de volta ao seu solo maravilhoso! +0
HeidiMarie
Really enjoyed the breezy jazz feel this afternoon. Very nice and a great blend of sounds. :):)+0
August 05 2017 17:52:00
HeidiMarie
Itocpogo Thanks You very much Heidi, I appreciate it! +0
cody tripp
So awesome+1
August 05 2017 17:51:24
cody tripp
Itocpogo Thank You so much Cody! My friend, all your compositions are so good and this really is spectacular! +0
abuitremorem
It was like Gemmy. I wondered which ton you will choose and am surprised about your choice. This is how you create a wonderful contrast. Super Done Dan :)+1
August 05 2017 17:49:55
abuitremorem
Itocpogo Thank You so much Rene! Francisco's solo is so good, a perfect straight ahead jazz statement like Wes Montgomery! I tried it and did not sound good to me so I kept searching for a contrast! +0
Lenny Cowler
great:)+1
August 05 2017 17:47:58
Lenny Cowler
Itocpogo Thank You so much Lenny, I appreciate it! +0
Stef
Your scratchy lines, sudden and fast! Perfect jazz impact! Wonderfful playing Dan! :)+1
August 05 2017 17:47:35
Stef
Itocpogo Thanks, Stef!! Francisco's solo is so good a beautiful jazz statement and I searched for a counterpoint. +1

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