Thank you for listening, Jim. Nice track and god like Banjo sound. It has the old rootsy fourstring blues banjo quality.Nice mood.Really dig the tone on the guitar and intricacy in the manipulated/plucked like treble part going onThat treble part is actually played on a kapoed Charango with a lapsteel bar. I am thinking the Charango has probably never been played as a lap steel before. If someone know otherwise, please turn me on.DanielOn Oct 10, 2011, at 9:27 PM, Jim Goodin wrote:As echo'd I really dug your 'One Kind Favor' take Daniel. In response to that as sometimes I hear something that I really dig and I react with my spin which may have nothing to do with the piece at all other than the energy of muse that it gave me. This was the case with your piece which I've always loved the trad tune but your spin was cool.This said I've been playing a lot of banjo of late and improvising with it. Sorry there is no looping in this (well maybe some organic repetitive in there) so it's now OT as OT from 5/4 but here is my repose of creative energy from hearing Dan's piece.http://dl.dropbox.com/u/251618/Jim_Goodin_One_Kind_101011.mp3
jimOn Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 5:11 PM, Jim Goodin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Daniel that is wonderful! Just fav'd on FB. Really dig the tone on the guitar and intricacy in the manipulated/plucked like treble part going on. Great feel of a great song.jimOn Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 3:30 PM, Daniel Thomas <email@example.com> wrote:And one from from me too--This live looping improv video has been lying around waiting for me to cut the other camera angle in. I never got around to it. When I saw this thread I just jumped Da and posted it anyway. Its mostly a shot of my elbow. Tres Sexy.One Kind FavorDanielOn Oct 10, 2011, at 2:51 PM, Petri Lahtinen wrote:all lovely pieces, thanks!!!2011/10/10 Fabio_A <firstname.lastname@example.org>Nice tune !Talking about playing in 5, here is my "contribution":http://soundcloud.com/eterogeneo/dance-polymetric-piano-counterpointAt the beginning you can recognize 2 marimba parts playing in 5 (same shape, but shifted), interlocking with other patterns of different lenghts (playingin 3 and 4)....and yes, I love Steve Reich music :-)-fabio
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