Vigyázz!

Hungary
Sequencer:
Oxymoron15 jams
Remix
step I
New Zealand
Saxophone:
Wade553 jams

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Shared:
01/06/2015
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Remixes:
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Comments

I like ambient in music!
Perfect
+2
January 06 2015 19:00:39
josepssv
Wade Thanks Josepssv. I like it too. +0
Nice mate but no room for my bass+1
January 06 2015 19:01:11
onewholeft
Wade Don't blame me...I'm just the sax player. +2
I like it :)+1
January 06 2015 19:01:34
Keiton
Wade Thanks keiichiro +0
that's good, fine oriental touch...+1
January 08 2015 18:41:16
jablue
Wade Not quite oriental...Hungarian. +1
ooooh only a few seconds in and it got me :) great atmosphere created by you both+1
January 08 2015 18:42:19
Shi
Wade Thanks Shi. This is a mode I'm very familiar with, so was easy. +0
nice atmosphere, sounds like an oriental western movie soundtrack.. haha ;)+1
January 08 2015 18:43:17
hurzel
Wade Goulash westerns...a whole new genre! +1
Cool.... like Pulp Fiction cool.+1
January 08 2015 18:43:55
MalCo
Wade Yes more blood!!! +1
I love it your music.Very nice atmosphere.I smiled while I listened to it.Thanks Wade.

His title i like it.
+1
January 06 2015 19:13:25
Oxymoron
Wade So glad you like it. The title you understand but others wouldn't. They would think it a pun on something to do with jazz. My father was Hungarian. This is also close to the "Hungarian minor mode". I'm very familiar with it. Thanks for such a wonderful track. I hope to hear more music from you soon. +0
I agree with Oxymoron,I love too it your music, your saxophone always makes very nice atmosphere:)+1
January 06 2015 19:13:56
Lenny Cowler
Wade Thanks Lenny. So good of you to say those things. +1
I agree with Hurzel, i am also hear this "oriental western movie soundtrack touch" ... absolut super from both of you ;o)+1
January 06 2015 19:15:56
Uloisius
Wade Thanks Uli, It's the Hungarian thing..Part East, part West. Was a very popular source of musical ideas in Western Europe in the 19th centrury +1
January 06 2015 19:18:59
Uloisius
Uloisius I think I have already heard, Austria-Hungarian Empire, Vienna and Budapest in the 19th century, right? +1
January 06 2015 19:53:36
Uloisius
Wade Hungarian music is very distinctive, and totally different to the Austrian/Viennese music. Same empire though. Not heard much these days as an influence. Last successful pop/jazz influenc was Gabor Szabo in the 1960-70s. Franz Liszt popularized and other composers like Brahams were heavily influenced. +1

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