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A Walk In The Park



 Genre: Acoustic

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A little more acoustic noodling. It was recorded direct. Somebodys putting up a new roof a few houses down, so I can't mic the guitars right now.
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Uploaded: Jan 29, 2006 - 11:18:06 AM
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2006 - 12:23:28 PM Last Played: Feb 24, 2019 - 04:12:47 PM
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Taylor 314ce acoustic electric, Peavey Millenium Bass
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eleveneyes said 4919 days ago (January 30th, 2006)
ah...the old gotta go direct cuz they're putting in a roof two doors down
blues. well, what better way to get through that than laying down some
tastey licks with the Taylor?!?! on my speakers anyway, the side-snare
sounded really hot, a lot louder than the regular snare. other than that
sounds like it was a nice day in the park.
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stratcat51 said 4919 days ago (January 30th, 2006)
Thanks Man, I just used some drummers on demand loops or maybe they were apple drum loops I'm not sure lol. I'm not savey enough yet to tweak individual kit sounds as some in here are. I just add a little compseeion. eq and verb to it. Learning the reording process is like learning to play an instrument. It's much a process of trial and error, but hey it's fun. Glad you liked it.
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rtcooper said 4919 days ago (January 30th, 2006)
SO Damn Pleasing
Tight, but so Relaxed.

Cool and Competent. Sounds So Fun. One of those sessions you wish
you could have been at to play percussion, tamborine, Anything - just be

This one is a "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" contender!

Best regards
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stratcat51 said 4919 days ago (January 30th, 2006)
SO Damn Pleasing
Thanks Hugh I appreiate your comments. This is the more folk, country side of me. After living in Texas for the past 28 years or so I've come to appreciate a lot of Country music. Especially the singer songwriter Texas Americana types, Not the Nashville generic pop country. Guys like Steve Earl, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Billy Joe Shaver. Their music might be considered country but there is a definate underpinning of Blues. You know that along with listening to Johnny Cash or Merle that these guys also listened to Muddy and Lightenin. I love music where these two genres bump into each other. I just think the Blues permeates so much music and most people don't recognize it. They think it's all 12 bars and three chords. Guys like you and I know It's so much more then that.
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Nolan said 4916 days ago (February 2nd, 2006)
Great noodling
I love your lead guitar style. Very tidy. Well done.
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barnold73 said 4913 days ago (February 5th, 2006)
Sounds a bit like Chet Atkins
Sounds a bit like Chet Atkins from his album Sneakin' Around.
This song could easily have a vocal portion which could take the song a few different directions.
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stratcat51 said 4892 days ago (February 26th, 2006)
Sounds a bit like Chet Atkins
Chet Atkins? If I could play 100th as well as he did I would be way better then I
am. I'm not trying to put myself down, but Chet was a master heads and
shoulders above 99.9 percent of the players. Thanks for the compliment.
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