Helle Nacht II

Remix step #3 (playing)
Netherlands

Guitar:

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A new version of this great track. I was asked to redo my solo on #24204 but without Reverb (I actually used my custom Ian McFloyd preset on that one) but since all my solos are mental snap-shots I did not just replay what I'd originally done but took a new approach using my Amplitube 3 software. Hope this meets your requirements CloudySky55 - it was fun doing it.
Lyrics:
Weich küßt die Zweige
der weiße Mond;
ein Flüstern wohnt
im Laub, als neige,
als schweige sich der Hain zur Ruh-
Geliebte du.

Der Weiher ruht,
und die Weide schimmert.
Ihr Schatten flimmert
in seiner Flut,
und der Wind weint in den Bäumen.
Wir träumen....träumen.

Die Weiden leuchten
Beruhigung;
die Niederung
hebt bleich den feuchten
Schleier hin zum Himmelssaum -
oh hin - oh Traum.

Text: Paul Verlaine 1844-1896

Comments

October 17 2014 07:42:22
UloisiusUloisius wunderbarer Gitarren add Babba ;o)

+1
October 17 2014 05:53:00
francisco alfrancisco al bom trabalho guitarra

+1
October 17 2014 04:27:22
jamladyjamlady wow Babba, sehr gut!

+1
October 17 2014 03:39:53
RickplayerRickplayer oh yes that is super cool

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October 17 2014 00:10:28
glennpglennp Nice playing Ian! The whole track has a great vibe to it. Well done by all. Great vocal tone ad well.

+1
October 17 2014 00:06:17
RobMRobM Soooo nice :)

+1
October 17 2014 00:00:45
cody trippcody tripp so good

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October 17 2014 00:00:41
KaiPlanKaiPlan :) cool !

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