The Shadow of my Olive Tree_GUITARS

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SriLanka
Drums:
Baer198 jams
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step I
GOTO
Spain
Bass:
GlezBass1723 jams
Spain
Keys:
GlezBass1723 jams
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step III
playing
Venezuela
Guitar:
Jazzpick10 jams
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11/10/2018
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Just at listening this wonderful track I felt the urge of record my jam, including some melody and lead solos over amazing fresh and rich live percussion drums by Baer, and tasteful piano and bass by GlezBass who created the harmonic progression over which I put the melody. Guitar: Godin xtSA, processor Boss GP-10 (Nyrac Acoustic Nylon guitar) Roland GR-55 Vibraphone and guitar unison with whistle, a little homage to Toots Thieleman who aside of harmonica player was a ...
Tagged as / Sounds like:
world, guitar, synthguitar, percussion

Comments

Shi
well JP what more can I add to what has already been said...FAB :) and this lineup sounds so good together :)+1
November 19 2018 18:08:48
Shi
Jazzpick Ohh thanks Shi! so glad you enjoyed it and get "the message" inner on music! :):W +1
Midoru
Very fine playing, Jazzpick -so nice to hear.+1
November 14 2018 22:39:16
Midoru
Jazzpick Thanks Midoru! glad you liked it ! :W +1
OliVBee
fantastic playing :) and cool mix of different sounds !+1
November 14 2018 22:40:35
OliVBee
Jazzpick Thanks OliVBee! Baer and GlezBass laid the foundations in such a cool way! :) +1
Wade
Very classy playing with your composing/arranging skills showing.+1
November 14 2018 22:41:13
Wade
Jazzpick Thanks Wade! :) :Y :W +1
slin
great playing Jazzpick...;););)+1
November 14 2018 22:41:33
slin
Jazzpick Thanks slin! :D :W +1
mortheol
WoW JP:o
Top level playing playing and creativity!!:D
Fantastic playing and soul;)
Now I want a Godin:@
+1
November 12 2018 14:04:42
mortheol
Jazzpick Thanks Mortheol! for your words. Go for! You will never regret with a Godin! :D:W +1
jmrukkers
Nice one+1
November 12 2018 14:05:15
jmrukkers
Jazzpick Thanks jmrukkers +1
Baer
wow, this is truly phantastic!
I have to admit I'm not a big in knowing famous Jazz-Guitar-players at all, but this somehow brought back memories of listening to "the rite of strings" (Al di Meola on guitar) years ago.
Like the whistling & xylophone ads, too...
thanks for the ride, miraculous what you guys do with a little drumming template :)
+2
November 11 2018 11:17:58
Baer
GlezBass the music started in the history of man with beatings of drums .... thanks for the part that corresponds to me, but the cherry is from JazzPick (Carlos) ;) +1
November 11 2018 13:13:40
Baer
Jazzpick Thanks for your words Baer, especially appreciated, I like your reference to Al Dimeola, since among many others he occupied a golden place in my early and later influences, including the incredible "The rite of strings" with Jean Luc Ponty, another one of my heroes.

"...miraculous what you guys do...."
I firmly believe in nested vibrations even in the most "little drumming template" traveling thru ether to be catched for well-tuned loopers like GezBass (Mario) and many more here capturing it as an antenna in resonance and then the magic emerges.

I wanted to ask you what drums you used and how you played them, it sounds very natural and lived! I love ethnic and world percussion, things like Hang Drum, tabla, cajon, bata, zurdo and so much more! :W
+0
November 11 2018 13:40:02
Baer
Baer thats a pearl session series drumset from the 90s played with quite worn hotrods (bundled thin wooden sticks).
I have just recently added some extra mics to the toms and am still in the process of making that sound nice (which is a sysyphus task to me).
I'm especially happy to see so many people seem to be attracted by this template, which isn't really polished, but rather "organic".
It does feel a bit odd to know one "competes" with programmed drums of excellent sound, so I like to try things one couldn't really programm easily ;)
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November 11 2018 14:00:47
Baer
Jazzpick Thanks Baer, nice information on the Pearl drum kit, I agree full with the "organic" character, you got it.

IMHO programmed drums when done by entering beats step by step via MIDI, never will match the "humanized" touch from a live track, being a intermediate point when programming drum samples is played live with a drum controller, pads, even a keyboard, since the subtle variations coming from a real human rhythmical performance does content an primal emotional response not possible to capture from "mathematical" 1001001010 sequencer inputs :D

Good luck with kit miking! :)
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ArkRockStudio
Great!:Y+1
November 11 2018 13:16:26
ArkRockStudio
Jazzpick Thanks !! :W:Y +0
AlexNyman
That’s one A train I’m happy to take any day. Beautiful 😗 whistling😀 your adds up the harmonic content so well and enhance the whole. Superb😎+2
November 11 2018 13:22:13
AlexNyman
Jazzpick Thanks, Alex :) You are becoming my favorite quote catcher ! <3 ;) I love that train too because his owner is a Duke and the driven a certain Billy :D chooo chooo!! :W +1

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