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(@smokindog)
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Good job everyone :D Thanks for participating in this one. 8)
If anyone wants to put in a late entry I will add it in :D
I didn't put up a poll this time, so just get laid back and listen to some tunes 8)

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=674047

Hueseph...............on hold
vicl Lewis...............done-----"Mother Careys Chickens"
smokindog............done------" Confusion Shake"
Dan T...................done------ "Hill of the Gold"
dagwood...............pending---
celt.......................done------"1481"
duffmaster............done-------"Fast led Blues"
Kalle in Sweden.....done-------"The Triple Guitar Blues"
geoo.....................on hold
Sleutelbos.............done-------'The Dutch Disappointment Blues"
jwmartin................done------"Sleepy Turkey Blues"
DemoEtc................done------"Bruised Fingertip Blues"

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(@demoetc)
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Wow, good job everybody!

Thanks smokindog for hosting!

Rick


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(@boxboy)
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Nice job all!
Lots of distinctive tones and takes.
I had 3 of them tied for the top, but I ain't tellin'...
:)

Don


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(@pearlthekat)
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they all sounded great to me!


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(@hueseph)
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Some really nice stuff there. I particularly liked Ken's but some noteable points will have to go to Dan for sticking to the theme and being creative within the concept. Nice job! Great job everyone.

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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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Well I just spent a very pleasurable laid-back 1/2 hour or so listening to all of these jams, and I've got to say that was a great track to jam to...and I bet everyone else enjoyed it too, from the vibes I got!

Demo Etc - now that's blues! Very impressed with the fast licks from about 1.35 onwards, , no wonder you called it "Bruised Fingertip Blues!"

JWMartin - you underestimate yourself. Might have been your first effort, but it doesn't show at all - not a wasted note there. Don't know why you were worried at all, you can hold your head up!

Sleutelbos - no dutch disappointment here. I'm surprised you resisted the temptation to throw a bucketload of FX in, but you didn't need 'em! Nicely laid back and bluesy.

Kalle - I like how you've done different, yet similar, tracks and blended them together. Gives it kind of an other-worldly, ethereal feel.

Duffmaster - cool job, at times I got a very Peter Green vibe from this. One of my favourite blues guitarists, so that's a GOOD thing!

Celt - Like the twin leads. Different to what I expected, not as out-and-out bluesy as most but nicely understated.

Dan T - didn't know what to expect from you after the rock jam, but yeah, you got a handle on the blues as well! Love how you threw a couple of cheeky bonus riffs in!

Smokindog - More twin leads - very neat interplay between 'em, very bluesy, very cool. I expected no less!

Vic - I'm actually quite pleased with my own take on this, played slide in standard tuning. Been practising a lot, hope it shows! Dan's jam highlighted my weaknesses - I was much more at home with this.

And my personal favourite from all the above? Whichever one I was listening to at the time! I loved everybody's take on this, and honestly, I couldn't pick a stand-out.....standards are high on this one, that's for sure!

Ken - thanks for hosting!

:D :D :D

Vic

"Sometimes the beauty of music can help us all find strength to deal with all the curves life can throw us." (D. Hodge.)


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 Celt
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Just finished listen to all of them.

Great Job All!

I took notes and will give individual comments on each at
another time.

Thanks for hosting this one Dog

John

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" It's easier than waiting around to die" Townes Van Zandt


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 Nuno
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Great job everyone! :D

There are very nice bluesy tones there. I keep dreaming I will play in this way some day!

Thanks for sharing.


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(@dan-t)
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Wow, great job everyone! 8) It is so cool to hear everyone's different takes over the same backing.

Bruised Fingertip Blues - Great job Demo! Awesome tone, and those riffs at the end rock!

Sleepy Turkey Blues - Laid back & bluesy! Very cool!

The Dutch Disappointment Blues - I love the "tube amp" tone! Very tastful & stylish riffs my man! Way to use the whole guitar neck.

The Triple Guitar Blues - Triple the pleasure! Good job on the overdubs!

Fast led Blues - I like it... I like it alot!

1481 - Really cool John. Nice overdubs. Question: 1481?

Hill of the Gold - Oh God, that's me! Cheeky LZ riffs & all! Anyone get why I named it that? (No, it's not a typo)

Confusion Shake - Dog! You da Dog man! Awesome all around!

Mother Careys Chickens - I love the slide riffs! Wish I could play slide like that. You guys all rocked, but this one is my personal fav... way to go Vic! 8)

I had fun participating & listening to everyone's jam. Thanks for hosting this one Ken!

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge


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(@duffmaster)
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Bruised Fingertip Blues: Demo, great tone and playing. You had some really nice licks in there. Primo guitar work!
Sleepy Turkey Blues: Sounds nice. Only recommendation I would give is try a bend every now and then for a little bit of flavor. Still sounded good just the way it was!
Dutch Disappointment Blues: Loved the trills, bends, and slides. Nice tone, and great playing!
The Triple Guitar Blues: That must have been a lot of fun in audacity ;) . Sounds good.
Fast Led Blues: Mine. I was looking to start playing a little faster for improv, and I don't think I did half bad. I know that the EL84 on the Epi needs to replaced, the tone is even worse now. Next jam I'm actually going to use the behringer.
1481: I like the almost echo feel to the whole thing. Sounds great!
Hill of the Gold: Its hard to hear the rythem part, but your lead sounds superb!
Confusion Shake: Three words - TOTAL BLUES DOMINATION
Mother Careys Chickens: Sounded very Led to me. Great slide playing!

Great Jam everyone!

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 Celt
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Like Vic said, No Favorites this time they all have
there own special qualities.

Demo - I don't know who your influences are but I'm hearing
everybody from Buddy Guy, Mike Bloomfield, Santana, and even SRV.

That's a very good crowd.

JW- Good tone I like the way you kick it up at about 1:14 and then
bring it back down for the ending.

Sleutebos - Nice clean straight out blues and a very cool finish

Kalle - I went with a duet and you chose to go one better. Good mix.

Duff - Nice live feel to this and very Page like.

Celt - I felt that after getting quite experimental in the last few jams
it was time to return to my strength. I'm rather pleased with the results.

The 1481 comes from the model # of the 1966 Sears Silvertone amp
this was recorded with. Only 5 watts but I love the tone.

Dan - I like the way you turned this in a tribute to Page and Zeppelin.
Where Duff presented the live Jimmy you presented the studio side.
The mix on the rhythm seems a little off but all in all Good Job.

Smokingdog - Excellent! What can I say this is Dog playing Dog's Blues.

Vic - Great slide! Like JW you also have a nice little Kick it up around 1:14.

Why are Mother's chickens so sad though?

Did someone mention Cacciatore? Yummy!

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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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The 1481 comes from the model # of the 1966 Sears Silvertone amp
this was recorded with. Only 5 watts but I love the tone.

Ah - wondered about the title! Haven't worked Dan's out either.....and mine? Well - I was after a kind of Albatross feel, and couldn't use that for a title....so after mulling it over, I realised the Albatross is a bird of ill-omen (for sailors, anyway) and remembered that the Storm Petrel is also a bird of ill-omen for sailors.... to quote Wikipedia, "It is familiar to sailors, and much folklore is associated with this harbinger of stormy weather. Its most common folk name is "Mother Carey's Chicken", perhaps derived from "Mother Mary." So there you go!

:D :D :D

Vic

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(@dan-t)
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Ah - wondered about the title! Haven't worked Dan's out either.....

**cough** GOOGLE **cough**

Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge


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(@smokindog)
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(@demoetc)
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Ah - wondered about the title! Haven't worked Dan's out either.....

**cough** GOOGLE **cough**

Dan

Zepplin or Coheed and Cambria? (wow that took some finding)


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