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OK people work with me here. This is not a groove type recording--set with one mood--it moves around some.
2 guitar tracks on this in a special tuning I came up with.

Not sure the genre---- Hillbilly Tripp, Folk Jazz, Blues infused World Jazziness, kitchen sink. Anyway it some of what I do. So as Tim Gunn says "Work with me people". Maybe if a part grabs ya--add to that area and pass it on to the next jammer!

If no one jams it I'm warning ya I'm going sing on it!

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January 03 2017 18:11:38
mortheolmortheol
Looking back and listening to some of your past music here. This one is FANTASTIC!:D
I instantly feel an awesome Grateful Dead vibe here:)

+1 January 03 2017 18:17:39 mortheol GemmyF
thanks for rummaging through my drawers!:D
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January 03 2017 18:18:57 mortheol mortheol
:o
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January 03 2017 18:19:30 mortheol mortheol
With that one...I fear going any further:P
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January 03 2017 18:22:43 mortheol GemmyF
not those drawers!!!!!!
HA I roped #¢™$$% to play bass on this........this site is geared for one style and one beat, one note..... stuff with movement, variation, usually won't get adds..and if it does it is a FAIL(sad to say)
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January 03 2017 18:33:36 mortheol GemmyF
I revised the above comment!
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November 13 2016 19:20:58
francisco alfrancisco al
bom trabalho, GemmyF. ficou legal

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June 14 2016 00:20:13
WadeWade
Very enjoyable ramble through this tuning. So may sections it's like a little symphony with a free improvised feel.
+0 June 14 2016 01:24:35 Wade GemmyF
Thanks Wade, that's what I was basically going for, as well as--hey, sit down with me with your instrument and lets ramble like old friends who have played together forever and can read each other's minds
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June 14 2016 06:10:20 Wade Wade
Much easier for me to do live...takes a bit more listening to do with a recorded track. Maybe the tyranny of getting it right if recording?
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June 14 2016 06:23:22 Wade GemmyF
It is very tedious to get it right. Even though my recordings are nowhere near the Technical wizardy as Lots and lots of players on wiki I do record my tracks at least 20 times. Sometimes maybe 40. If you listen to them you might say, Give up dude, but I like to do a clean track all the way through and the right feeling too at all the parts--and edit volumes and effects afterwards. I think is my way of practicing to listen and interpret a piece, even though I'll never shred like some the parts become integral to the track
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June 14 2016 06:27:52 Wade GemmyF
sorry to say the ones I have put on vocals I can't do that many takes as my office is in the middle of the house and I become annoying and since I go direct in with guitar I'm barely heard. Except my wife complains she can hear my headphones blaring. She just doesn't want me to go....Huh want did you say?...deaf
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June 14 2016 06:37:13 Wade Wade
I hear you...or maybe I don't...can you repeat that?
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June 12 2016 20:50:54
RobMRobM
Your music tells a compelling story. Really enjoyed the listen :)

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June 12 2016 14:23:55
TofzegritTofzegrit
Sorry for my comment in french !
It seems to me modern medieval and electric minstrels band :).
There is breathe, tension, melody,emotions... it's a great composition

+0 June 12 2016 14:52:20 Tofzegrit GemmyF
Loved the french! Thanks! Glad you liked it. This special tuning I came up with kind of forces me to play in this way, well lets say it enables to play this way. Thanks Tof
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June 12 2016 12:56:22
LoBiasLoBias
This is quite nostalgic - it harks back to a time when musical divisions were melting away. More than that, it tells a story along the route :)

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June 12 2016 12:48:19
TofzegritTofzegrit
Super Menestel ! un pur moment de modern troubadour médiéval style :)
ça c'est de la compo, ça respire, c'est joli!
Voilà


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June 12 2016 12:29:37
ivaxivax
fantastic Gemmy :)
+1 June 12 2016 12:45:20 ivax GemmyF
Thank You!
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June 05 2016 23:36:44
UloisiusUloisius
Very nice ;o)

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