Mahout of Gilgamesh

Session template
United States

Drums & Keys:

Zamzam292 jams
Remix step #2 (playing)
New Zealand

Saxophone:

Wade373 jams Supporter
 

available remixes:

 
Thumbs:
+ 26
Shared:
06/15/2016
Listened:
390
Downloads:
5
Remixes:
1
Wonderful exotic track from Zamzam. Sopranino added.

Comments

January 02 2017 18:40:53
MarceysMarceys
Yeah Wade, this sounds real hypnotizing! Great play!
+1 January 02 2017 21:14:18 Marceys Wade
Thanks Marc. It's one I certainly enjoyed. GrooveEnth has made a fine add to this.
+2
January 02 2017 16:41:45
GrooveEnthGrooveEnth
Amazing - beautiful soundscape :o
+1 January 02 2017 21:14:54 GrooveEnth Wade
So glad you found this and made such a great add to compliment it.
+1
June 21 2016 09:27:47
ZamzamZamzam
Perfecto!
+1 June 21 2016 12:37:08 Zamzam Wade
Had hoped that you would approve. Cheers Zamzam.
+0
June 21 2016 04:33:59
francisco alfrancisco al
bom trabalho
+1 June 21 2016 06:00:57 francisco al Wade
Muito obrigado Francisco.
+0
June 20 2016 19:04:17
GemmyFGemmyF
Sopranino!!! Wade!
+1 June 22 2016 07:24:05 GemmyF GemmyF
The record version is a perfect song, but I wanted you to see them do it live
+1
June 21 2016 01:20:05 GemmyF GemmyF
it kind of sounds like it is played in Klesmer(bad spelling I'm sure) Music. Is it?
+1
June 21 2016 01:00:27 GemmyF Wade
Hey GemmyF, thanks for the listen. Sopranino is a specialty of mine. A much maligned little beastie.
+0
June 21 2016 01:13:05 GemmyF GemmyF
I don't know why-it is so cool--Do you know those guys--The Decemberists--I could hear that instrument with their music.
+1
June 21 2016 05:47:30 GemmyF Wade
I've used the sopranino for Klezmer, but the traditional instrument is clarinet. The (natural) range of a clarinet is more extensive than the sax. The sopranino can reach all of the top notes of a clarinet, and that's where the clarinet usually plays in Klezmer. Thus the similarity (and I obviously don't play sax in very traditional way).

Don't know the Decemberists...will check out. Thanks.
+0
June 21 2016 07:02:27 GemmyF GemmyF
A live recording AWESOME https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Sw61oITuts
+1
June 22 2016 00:41:34 GemmyF Wade
Checked them out. Not exactly what I expected. Folk with a strong Irish influence. Good musicians and tunes. Yea, I could hear sopranino parts that would work in there. Penny whistle or flute would work equally well.
+1
June 20 2016 08:15:41
KellsBellsKellsBells
spellbound... :)
+1 June 21 2016 00:58:56 KellsBells Wade
So good of you to stop by and give a listen. Thanks.
+1
June 18 2016 11:30:55
ShiShi
this one just weaves a little magic and draws you in spellbound ! Fab sopranino addition there Wade, adds just the right touch to the mystery of Zamzam's cool track :)
+2 June 19 2016 01:06:37 Shi Wade
Thanks Shi. So good to hear from you and that you gave this a listen. Much appreciated.
+1
June 16 2016 19:44:27
MalCoMalCo
Beautiful!
+1 June 16 2016 23:39:32 MalCo Wade
Thanks Malco.
+0
June 16 2016 01:03:05
PsychoPsycho
OoooWeee... I like this one by you both. Just don't hear these fantastic grooves everyday. Well done !!
+1 June 16 2016 01:42:43 Psycho Wade
Well we know Zamzam can come up with something "different" much of the time and fun grooves. I'm just tagging along for the ride. Cheers!
+0
June 15 2016 23:16:46
ivaxivax
fantastic Wade, creates a warm atmosphere, this soft and mystical sopranino :)
+1 June 16 2016 01:41:13 ivax Wade
Thanks so much Xavi. Soft and mystical is a first for me. Really appreciate the comment.
+1
June 16 2016 18:56:06 ivax ivax
I still remember when I played on this track of ZamZam, the scale which came to my ear was a progression of A minor aeolian, B locrian and so on...even now playing on your notes, also they match these scales without alterations ... alike I get confused, but my ear that tells me :)
+1
June 21 2016 01:11:18 ivax Wade
Got to admit that although I know theory I never do any sort of analysis of what's happening. Just use my ear to try and fit/match. Analysis or reading chord notation can box you into just running lines in that structure. It's relatively easy for me to hear a melodic line which may also run outside of the "theoretical" structure. I've learned to trust my ears more than theory even though I may wind up playing correctly (in theory). Using notation and theory can work if you can't hear those lines. For me it's a limitation, or worse, and impediment.
+2
June 21 2016 01:35:07 ivax ivax
well, actually I play by ear, but I always like to meet on that scale I am, for the construction of the licks, another way I think that I would be a disaster, at least thus learned to make the reading of the songs :)
+1

best liked Funk

  1. Tattoo Dude

    mpointonMarceys
    by mpointon & Marceys
  2. Lonely Night

    cody trippShi
    by cody tripp & Shi
  3. The Deal's Foremath

    SimonymousSimonymous
    by Simonymous
  4. Elegant Lady

    cody tripp
    by cody tripp
  5. Funky Blue Bass & Drums

    SimonymousErnie440
    by Simonymous & Ernie440
  6. Rock that stage

    freebirdfrenzie
    by freebird & frenzie
  7. What is it?

    FrankieJFrankieJ
    by FrankieJ
more tracks...
wikiloops online jamsessions are brought to you with friendly support by:
 TomasFoe from Slovakia - Member since 09/11/2013, 45 tracksTomasFoe

"Thanks to this bunch of musicians I have became an active trumpetist again! With an international auditorium. Support the best website for musicians!"
FAQ
terms of use
data privacy policy
sponsors
credits
contact
supporting membership
translate wikiloops
wikiloops on the social web
Copyright © 2011-2017