one of my favorite standards
"Those who dream by night, in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible.
That was to cool for school! 8) 8) 8) Thats one of my favorites also. My dad was into jazz when I was just a lad so I still like all that old bebop, and cool jazz.My only suggestion is maybe a little more high end on the tone. You did a nice job, thanks.--ken
Wow Rich! That sounds great! You've really gotten a lot better over time. Great work.
Sounds really nice!
IMO, you could bring the guitar level up further in front of the other stuff.
When my mind is free, you know a melody can move me
And when I'm feelin' blue, the guitar's comin' through to soothe me ~
Nice job Rich, ditto what hue said
"It's all about stickin it to the man!"
It's a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll!
Very, VERY GOOD!!!!
I listened to some other songs you have there, too.
GREAT JOB on Hold The Line. TOTO will always be one of my most treasured bands and you guys did it well!!!
"I play live as playing dead is harder than it sounds!"
great job rich, i remember listening to alot of your stuff before you dissappeared, i always liked your playing, great job 8)
even god loves rock-n-roll
Nice job! Always wanted to learn that one. Got a tab by chance?
Chuck Norris invented Kentucky Fried Chicken's famous secret recipe, with eleven herbs and spices. But nobody ever mentions the twelfth ingredient: Fear!
Very nice! Guitar does need to be more up front though, but great job overall. 8)
"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge
very nice, Rich! Also a fave of mine, tho I don't play it (I should).
Some constructive advice: The first solo could be a bit more interesting from start to finish if you start a line by working off a recognizable sequence of notes from the melody and then take it somewhere else in either variations or a competely avant-garde direction. Then occasionally return to a sequence of reconizable Take-5 notes to re-ground, then "run off and play" again. This helps the listener stay interested and engaged, just to see where you will take the little excusions. The unstructured soloing works perfectly as is the second time, especially because it is a short outro and there is no time for the listener to drift or lose interest.
As Hue says, your playing has really progressed nicely. Great job!
-=tension & release=-