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Chutney Rebellion

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It didn't last long and was brutally put down. Originally composed on the QY20, finished in GB (~ finally!).
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Uploaded: Jan 31, 2005 - 09:16:42 AM
Last Updated: Jan 31, 2005 - 01:40:18 AM Last Played: Jun 18, 2019 - 05:31:39 AM
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Epileptic Gibbon said 5253 days ago (January 31st, 2005)
Excellent prog instrumental
I was very impressed with this excellent instrumental.
There was a lot of stuff going on here and I thought,
for the most part, that you'd put it together with
tremendous skill and creativity. My only negative
criticism is that a few times things clashed (for
example, what I'm calling the Middle Eastern style
loop) and it diminished their impact. Maybe, with a
bit of minor editing, this could be even better still. It
already stands out as a brilliant track. Well done!
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blisshole said 5253 days ago (January 31st, 2005)
Excellent prog instrumental
oh gawd...i just heard another piece with the same gb sarod loop and it sounds awful. and you're right, i'm not completely happy with the tablas -- in fact, i'm thinking of reverting it back to the original euro-militant version w/o the chutney
thanks for the crit - the essence d'macjam
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said 5220 days ago (March 5th, 2005)
I Like Where You Were Going With This
But as EG said, it's be st tobe very cautious about your use
of certain loops, because they cause a reaction in the
regular listener here you never intended - unless you're
writing a comedy track.
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