Every little and big thing

Germany
Guitar:
pkliesch113 jams
Ireland
Bass & Sequencer:
PaulBOwens174 jams
England
Drums:
PJE1582 jams
Remix
step III
New Zealand
Saxophone:
Wade606 jams
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Shared:
02/19/2021
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What a lovely track pkliesch, PaulBOwens & PJE have given us. Couldn't resist squeezing in.

Comments

DanDiplo
As soon as I see Wade's name in the line up I know I'm in for something classy! The sax really helps pull the track together and gives it a tighter form as well as an obvious melodic focus. Nice work (have some Eucalyptus on me) :)+4
February 21 2021 01:23:09
DanDiplo
Wade Cheers Dan. Guess I'll have to do some rough tracks to break the pattern? Never thought of myself a having any kind of class. +1
Tu
I totally agree with Dans comment :D your performances are so classy I feel I should be dressed in my best whilst listening! <3<3<3+2
February 21 2021 01:24:27
Tu
Wade Yea babe, get your high heel sneakers on and lets dance! Thanks Tu. +1
Filo974
Really nice new life I hear here... Conciousness in little n big thing :)
Also good sound ! Thx ;)
+1
February 21 2021 01:21:05
Filo974
Wade Thanks so much Phil. Yes, trying to keep it fresh was the intent. +1
CGN_Mike
Magic <3+1
February 21 2021 01:21:31
CGN_Mike
Wade So kind. Thanks Mike +1
Ivanovitch
Keeping it mellow+1
February 21 2021 01:23:28
Ivanovitch
Wade Many thanks Ivan for the listen. +1
February 21 2021 01:32:28
Ivanovitch
Ivanovitch How do you manage to slot in right at the at the start for so many numbers? +1
February 21 2021 01:42:10
Ivanovitch
Wade Probably 80% are done in two takes. So the beginning on the first (usually unheard) means that I'm fumbling for up to a third of the way through. By the time I'm at the end I've got it mostly figured out, so quickly hit record again and mostly get it right the second time. Occasionally it takes a third go. The trick is to have it fresh in the head. Just listening doesn't work as fast for me as forcing myself to play like in a live situation so the pressure is on to listen as well as play. Also tends to go straight into the subconscious, which (for me) is the best place to play from. +1
February 21 2021 01:57:27
Ivanovitch
Ivanovitch Playing (and listening) in the moment. I can't agree more that it brings out the best... if you're armed with the skill and confidence +0
February 21 2021 02:11:34
Ivanovitch
Wade It comes about by doing. Those who don't at least try will never get there. I played for some years with a fabulous guitarist friend doing backing for open mike nights. Never saw anyone bring in a chart. If you're lucky they tell you the key it's in (not always right). The job was to make them sound good, so we had to get them figured out pretty quickly. This is a similar exercise but since we're recording has more of a need for being "note perfect". +1
February 21 2021 02:15:25
Ivanovitch
Ivanovitch But, in recording you do discover all those bumps and blemishes that would simply be overlooked, or even appreciated in the live setting +1
February 21 2021 02:17:05
Ivanovitch
Wade So true! A different exercise, with each having it's merits. +1
frankyguitar
Ohh, I really agree with Dan!!
Wonderful sax add, wich gives this beautiful song a wonderful topping ! I love it !! :) <3
+1
February 21 2021 01:25:21
frankyguitar
Wade Thanks Franky. Glad if I can just fit in without disrupting what's (otherwise) a fine track. +1
khangurumc
I agree with Dan comments too,fantastic Wade<3+1
February 21 2021 01:26:23
khangurumc
Wade Cheers Marc. A nice easy track that cruises along so beautifully (with or without me). +0
CI Section
Beautiful add, spreading positive moods <3 Great template from all+1
February 21 2021 01:27:13
CI Section
Wade Hey Martin. Thanks and so good to hear from you. Lots of positive vibes in this to plug into. +1
Offfocus
Man, what s brilliant musician you are! You always pick the essence of a track and bring it to puts best. This is so wonderful!+1
February 21 2021 01:27:59
Offfocus
Wade Thanks Pat, that's as nice a compliment as I've ever received. +0
rootshell
brilliant add Wade, I know I'm always in for a treat with your fine playing <3+1
February 21 2021 01:28:20
rootshell
Wade Ah Nick so kind of you. Thanks. +1

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