Don't Give Up - with Sax!+Guitar

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Marceys718 jams
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step I
GOTO
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mpointon532 jams
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Fishinmissio1122 jams
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Ernie4401692 jams
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step IV
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GemmyF1381 jams
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Was thinking on parts where I'm not playing a soft rhythm part that someone else could join in and there could be a "Group hug" at those points--as I'm kind of hugging Pudsy's Bass part--a horn, another guitar...I don't know. Great previous players for sure on these recordings.
Tagged as / Sounds like:
live jazz club

Comments

kennyadry
Very nice playing right here Gemmy! Lots of lingering jazz sounds:)+1
Marceys
The jazzclub is getting crowded in a good way! Timing and tone are very cool on the track! Love it! :)+1
mpointon
Super jazzy add, Gemmy. Beautiful tones and a fabulous ambience too. What a fine collaboration this has turned into. Love it and thank you for joining! :)+1
Woodstock
Great playing Gemmy!! Cool band!! :)+1
Dick
what an awesome collab is this! very very cool tune... fits my mood at 4:18 in the morning :D+1
July 05 2016 04:19:14
Dick
Dick lol, that timestamp was not intenden tbh... maybe i need another coffee... +0
Fishinmissio
Oh yeah...this is so cool. Thanks for making this a great track :) Great playing and addition:)+1
Psycho
A cool track... you put a fine touch on it !!+1
WHITEPONGO
Fantastic Play !!+1
jmrukkers
Nice one+1
Ernie440
Cool Gem ... your rhythm guitar is filling in and gently caressing this track ... it fits really well. Nice little jazzy lead parts too, very cool - thanks for joining the jam!!+1
July 04 2016 20:43:09
Ernie440
GemmyF The trick on a jazz lead is turn the tone all the way down. One can really fit then. Hoping some could intertwine with those lead parts in a balanced way--that would push into a tripper spot.(this thing is already trippy--in that is is going places thanks to that bassline +0
July 04 2016 21:21:14
Ernie440
GemmyF I punched in the "groovy" effect, right after the Squaresville effect. It was a toss up. +1
July 04 2016 21:21:19
Ernie440
Ernie440 the little lead sections over my non walking bass noodles sounded great man, ... No one said pretending to be a jazz player was easy ... like you said, turn the tone knob back - and then, get your head bobbing in a jazzy manner ... pretty much it ..?? The second lead bit you did just before the end section of music, what was that effect .. echo, tremolo ? Really grooooovy! +0
July 04 2016 21:23:06
Ernie440
Ernie440 ha! +0
July 04 2016 21:27:33
Ernie440
GemmyF chorus and a tape delay in reverse mode fairly long(mid-dial--feedback and mix) +1
July 04 2016 21:37:22
Ernie440
Ernie440 ah! +0

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