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The Angels



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'The Maverick Angels' written and performed by myself for whistle. Played here on an F whistle using GB.
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Uploaded: Feb 04, 2008 - 02:45:06 PM
Last Updated: Feb 04, 2008 - 02:45:06 PM Last Played: Jul 05, 2019 - 04:02:09 AM
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drakonis said 4247 days ago (February 4th, 2008)
back again, less ending
Great stuff... glad to see you updating this song to remove the MP3 "fluff" at the end of the song. I'll quickly re-post the gist of my comment that disappeared into the clouds with your prior angel-post: Very impressive whistle playing there to the smooth jazzy background. Nice long lead-in, then very Celtic-sounding playing, but near the end a much more mournful Japanese Shakuhachi-style sound, quite an enjoyable listen. Welcome to Macjams!
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Feter said 4247 days ago (February 4th, 2008)
The Angels
hmm what we gonna call this electro celtic ?

very interestin ..loved the whistle just incredible playin here my friend .!!

thnx for sharin !
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ceilidh said 4247 days ago (February 4th, 2008)
Dear Fraser,
what first crossed my mind while listening to your tune was, if you are not a member of Croft No.Five, then I said to my self if not, then you have to have for sure a degree on RSAMD in Glasgow, because of the high level of your plying. And then I saw your myspace and everything became clear :)
Welcome here on macjams, I hope you will love it here as much as we do ;)
A great tune you posted I am telling ya and from all my heart, I can not wait to hear more of celtic music. Because there is never enough of celtic music!!!! :)
Again a very warm welcome to you and have a big fun here and with us

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thetiler said 4246 days ago (February 4th, 2008)
what a nice and surprising setting for the whistle flute. It really has nice dance flow and mixing it with a current type techno feel is very interesting to hear.

Way to go!
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tokai said 4246 days ago (February 5th, 2008)
has afro celt tones to it, flute playing goes well with the mix, good effort.
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seathach said 4246 days ago (February 5th, 2008)
Thanks everyone, I'm glad you like the piece. Ceilidh, not a member of the croft boys but am good friends with them all. Play in a band with John (Cno5). Hopefully be posting more soon.


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jiguma said 4245 days ago (February 5th, 2008)
Welcome to MJ!!
Reminds me of the Afro-Celt Sound System - a very good thing. Very enjoyable - I very occasionally play with some "celtic"/"bluegrass" players, and the virtuosity they show on various instruments is reflected here in your whistle playing.
I like this a lot.
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davisamerica said 4245 days ago (February 5th, 2008)
very cool and flowing... very nice!!
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said 4245 days ago (February 6th, 2008)
The Angels.
WOW!! Great Music.

This feels so romantic and I can really visualize in my minds eye
little elves pixies and fairies together with angels dancing and playing the whistle. In a beautiful
garden full of beautiful flowers. dancing in and out the blooms.
oh I love this so much too.

Thank you

magnatone said 4242 days ago (February 9th, 2008)
The Angels
This is a great listen. I love how you're using the whistle flute. I'm putting this on my ipod!
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kristyjo said 4241 days ago (February 10th, 2008)
very cool
I really like your fusion of styles here. Driving rhythms of the flute with the floating, almost arhythmic synth background. Fun and surprising to listen to. Welcome!
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Rebsie said 4190 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Sorry I missed this
Woah, that's pretty stunning playing. I like the way you've used the synths to create a subtle drone effect, which feels like it's still there even when it drops out. Nice neo-trad arrangement.
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