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this is our cover of freddie hubbard's classic ...freddie was one of the first instrumentalists that wasnt a guitar player, that i fell in love with.

i am so sad at his passing

z
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Uploaded: Dec 29, 2008 - 06:31:14 PM
Last Updated: Dec 29, 2008 - 06:31:14 PM Last Played: Aug 10, 2017 - 08:23:40 PM
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davisamerica said 3155 days ago (December 29th, 2008)
z....
wailing tribute
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Feter said 3155 days ago (December 29th, 2008)
for freddie
What a progressive wailin work ...thats how the guitar should be played !!
ghostly singing and haulin ...very tight and spheric set of insteruments
cool production ...really well done tribute ...thnx alot for shain ..

Deepest bow !!!
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Elevator_Funk said 3155 days ago (December 29th, 2008)
Any friend of Freddies......
....is a friend of mine. Little Sunflower! I was just about to record this song and post it as a tribute. You beat me to it!!! Good job.
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regulus said 3155 days ago (December 29th, 2008)
This is very
etherial and ear friendly to listen to. I too have enjoyed Freddie's work from long time back. While living on my sail boat at the Dinner Key out anchorage a contest was given by a local jazz station with tickets to a concert of his in Miami. "Tell us in 25 words or less why you like Freddie Hubbard!" My reply was, "As long as there is good jazz you'll find Freddie Hubbard." It got me two tickets to a very premo show.

Sorry to hear that he's on the great stage in the sky. Really great work you've done in tribute. He's jamm'en with U man.
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ktb said 3155 days ago (December 29th, 2008)
the jam
when I hear my favorite Zetes. Had this hummin whilst I did my work thing, and it provoked toe taping and smiles thru out. A very cool tribute. Nice
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guitapick said 3155 days ago (December 29th, 2008)
Hey...
...great work, guys...Freddie H was a major inspiration to many of us. The trumpeter I collab with says he's his fave...

Nice tribute, z
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magnatone said 3154 days ago (December 30th, 2008)
for freddie
wailing tribute indeed - fran - you're such a master!
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thetiler said 3154 days ago (December 30th, 2008)
Always a pleasure to
hear those trademark see sounds.

I love your sense of rhythm on the electric guitar. Whether it be lead or the chords you really know how to bring out the blues to a very high level. Love how your bring into a almost sixties type of blues sound to going galaxy-stellar into the other worlds sort of speak. terrific sense of cool guitar lead harmonies. And it keeps growing through out the tune. One of the very best i've heard at MJ this week. Love the rain on the window shield feel of the percussion.

Way to go Z! Your tops hear at MJ and I think throughout the web for being the one of the very best electric blues player. Gad maybe your one of the best in the world in what you do. Because you make so much of your music really count. You really do in that special z type of way!
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ziti said 3154 days ago (December 30th, 2008)
wow tiler
did you put something in your coffee?? THANK YOU so much for these amazingly supportive words...coming from a guitarist of your stature, these words feel very sweet.

I am coming to believe that my style of guitaring is going the way of the dinosaur. The sound of the electric guitar solo has been cliched to the point where people dont know the difference between a good player and a bad one. People have a video game to play so they can pretend... I hear the Slash fans calling him a guitar hero...man, to me he sounds like an amateur...but a guitar player such as Robert Cray, who has taken the genre of blues music further than any modern blues artist, goes widely ignored. Cray's approach, while steeped in blues tradition, is nothing short of revolutionary. His use of alternate chord progressions that ultimately end up sounding like a blues is just amazing. In my opinion, he is the most important blues artist today. I do aspire to be like him. I aspire to respect the traditions of the music, but to make my individual voice come forward. It is really hard. I am sure ALL improvising musicians are after the same thing...a recognizable, original sound that expresses the pain/joy within. Song writers and lyricists are lucky, because they have the skill to manipulate language to say what is in the heart. My skills with words ends with my ability to tell a joke!

We guitar guys have to try and communicate in this non-verbal way...

Tiler, you have always been one of my fav MJers, one of the group of people I have met and enjoyed on this site, that I truly hope to meet in person some day. You have given me great support and kindness since my day one here, and I really appreciate it. Plus you are one of the most prolific and creative acoustic players I have heard anywhere.

all my best my friend.

z
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Relic67 said 3154 days ago (December 31st, 2008)
nice
some tasty guitar playing going on there.
thanx for posting...
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futzpucker said 3152 days ago (January 2nd, 2009)
Like pouring cream...
This cruises along very nicely. Your rhythm section backs you up and gives you room to make your statements. I really enjoy what the acoustic brings to this song. I love the octave lead lines - very effective in this song.

Then there's your smooth, fluid, seemingly effortless playing... I greatly admire and envy the union you reach with your guitar. It gives comfort to the listener, as if hearing such a master proves that in spite everything, all is well on this earth. You keep playing, Fran. You have a gift to give us all.
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jiguma said 3152 days ago (January 2nd, 2009)
Nice one Fran!
First up, happy 2009!

I love the Santana-like progression here, and the way you wrap your fingers around it.

Eggshell on its way once I get myself organised, but don't hold your breath.

Thanks for all the good music in 2008.

Cheers,
Neil
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Ed Hannifin said 3151 days ago (January 2nd, 2009)
I have to admit...
...that I really enjoy the one-man-Ziti, multi-tracked guitar extravaganzas... Thanks for another one... I'm listening over speakers right now, and I know, know, know that I'm going to enjoy this even more over headphones...

You're another one, Fran, who's a master of tone, but it's not just one tone, not just one sound... but you've definitely got a sound, as well...

Ed
Mcboy said 3151 days ago (January 2nd, 2009)
nice tribute
i am working on one too...yours is very kool..dig it much...!!!
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Ibstrat said 3150 days ago (January 3rd, 2009)
Great
version of a great song.Lots of feeling in this- excellent playing.
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DBrown said 3146 days ago (January 7th, 2009)
wow
I don't know how you do it sometimes
The tone is always amazing
The feel is always there
I want to put down my guitar sometimes when I
hear you play


All the best

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musichead said 3141 days ago (January 12th, 2009)
intro
The intro was nice the way it was brought in. Just the overall feel of this song is very,,,,well nice. Smooth. It moves nice. err ...smooth It also helps that I grew up on this stuff. Learned it at a young age. Played in a great jazz trio at 17.
The more I listen the more I yearn to play this gernre!! just great!!!!
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richard13 said 2086 days ago (December 4th, 2011)
Three years late
and it sounds fresh as, I don't know, spring rain. Not a very good simile but this piece is masterful and a very enjoyable listen. Thanks for the pimp in chat or I would have missed it. Too bad there's no d/l ;-)
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egobandit said 1590 days ago (April 13th, 2013)
glad you pimped this
its nice to catch something this good , great tribute!
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