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Recorded, one take, bouncing off the echos for rhythm
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Can't complain about that
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Uploaded: Dec 02, 2005 - 09:48:28 AM
Last Updated: Dec 02, 2005 - 05:27:21 AM Last Played: May 15, 2019 - 07:36:12 PM
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Harmony guitar, Korg Toneworks, Echo baby!
finger nail, sony TRV 900 video camera..digital recording.
Pulled into I Movie saved as Aiff ,dropped into Itunes crushed to mp3
DOS said 4952 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
Has a country melodey
Amazing track.

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sky shoes said 4952 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
Thanks DOS
It is unique anyway.
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said 4952 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
no complaints here...
reminds me of the movie "Riding Giants"...the spirit of being individual and free, nothing but waves and the sky...surfing all the way to Neverland
eDrew said 4952 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
I love those echos. Only thing I can compare it too is some of the work
the Edge did with U2. I enjoyed it...
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sink said 4951 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
like the bounce
i like the bouncing of the delay and the bit of a percussive effect
happening. good track for backing a movie or a commercial. one
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sky shoes said 4951 days ago (December 4th, 2005)
Hidden notes
Like playing anything "in the realm" it is amazing hearing the hidden
notes. I was just lucky recording this when I was in some sort of "flow".
I saw Leo Kottke (not comparing myself in any way) and watching and
hearing him he throws out numerous tunes (sacred notes) within each
and every song he plays. From whence they come I know not. Thanks
for the comments
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Jim Bouchard said 4947 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
I really like this! harmony guitar? What kind? one of those hollow body
ones with radiator pickups? The toneworks has a nice sound!
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sky shoes said 4946 days ago (December 9th, 2005)
I wish
I learned to play on an old Half hollow jazz guitar with a cry bar, but I
traded it for an old upright piano...Liked it as well though. I have this
sweet action multi pick up Harmony. If you want I can email you a
picture, and a picture of the Korg AX1G. The AX1G has multiple little
settings you can save ($99). My sound is also because I live in the
realm of Open chord (gee maybe that is why I can't reproduce some of
the sounds I get). Anyway I am stoked you enjoyed "the sound"
Sky Shoes
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buckhorn said 4942 days ago (December 12th, 2005)
Counsciousness raising and mind expanding piece, reminescent of Ravi
Shankar or Robbie Kreiger. Really cool ride.
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paxeden said 4898 days ago (January 25th, 2006)
song says...
happiness. feels like some days when i was real little. we used to have
raspberry patches in the woods behind my house and I'd get up and put
on my dungarees (this is serious by the way...not sarcastic) and wander
out there and pick raspberries and gather them in these little green
wooden baskets then bring them back home and wash them....and my
stepmom would help me make tarts. i was...i don't know...5 yrs old.

such a sweet song
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