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In Memory of Clement Wood, Part I



 Genre: Folk-Rock

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Uploaded: Mar 06, 2005 - 04:29:36 PM
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2005 - 08:44:01 PM Last Played: Jun 19, 2019 - 03:51:13 AM
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Stratacoustic, J&L bass, 65 Malibu, 69 Martin 12, Alto S6 Mixer, Apex 435 condenser mike
GarageBand, Idrum
Tom Atwood said 5219 days ago (March 6th, 2005)
This confused me at first
I'm not sure what was happening at the beginning of this
track? Maybe some additional info in the description
would help? I'll hold off voting. Nice folk piece once things
get rolling.
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snowdragon said 5218 days ago (March 6th, 2005)
This confused me at first
I never imagined anybody would care enough to ask, but since you did,
and at the risk exposing the man behind the curtain, here goes.

The stuff at the beginning was recorded on an old Akai reel to reel, when the
Akai was very new. It was almost 30 years ago when I recorded my baby sister
singing one night. The song that follows is about her. Well, she's the one who
doesn't like her work. The song is really about her best friend, specifically one
afternoon the best friend came to visit. The rest is just track talk, you know,
stuff that was said while the tape was running, again, almost 30 years ago.

In those days, we all lived in Toronto, playing in bands, being artists and
essentially hanging on to the last dying notions of hippydom. On many winter
nights, an everchanging group of us would gather with guitars, grass and
great ambitions. Since money was tight, the same two or three tapes would
get used over and over again. There are some strange collages on them. Most
of it, of course, was just drunken goon babble with some poorly tuned
background strumming.

When I transferred the old tracks to GarageBand for remastering, I
realized the guitar and the toking sounds at the beginning belonged to a guy
baby sister and I called big brother. He died the day after New Years, 2005.
His name was Kevin and he was 51.

It's not a tribute or anything, just something I couldn't bring myself to
lop off.

When philosophy and reality collide, reality wins
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thetiler said 5184 days ago (April 10th, 2005)
Like it
Like this folk sound. Like that Martin 12 string.

Nice beat, like that lead there too.

Nice going
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snowdragon said 5178 days ago (April 16th, 2005)
Like it
Thanks a million tiler. Nice to get some feedback on an earlier posted tune.
And when a picker of your calibre compliments my riffs, well, thanks again

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saymme said 4122 days ago (March 7th, 2008)
*...ThankYou ... & for playing your guita for me, its a nice way to spend an afternoon.....lallala...*

...* I'm so glad I ran into You , hope to see U soon....*...mmmmmm This is so nice & hope to see You back soon
I'm sorry to hear of 'big brother'. This is great song . I love the beginning of it it gives it a real 'charm'
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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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