It should be easy for you.
Consider it a welcome distraction from...you name it.
Please, keep track of your number, just so we know you are paying attention. ;-)
#1, stairway to heaven, fwiw
Santana; Soul Sacrifice?
Number please, or the panel of judges will say no...
No numbers here.
I am about 1.05 in and I hear Sweet Child, Smoke On The Water, Teen Spirit, Sandman, Layla, No More Mr. Nice Guy, Sweet Home Alabama.
How am I doing so far?
You ruined it vegan! I was all set to go the full 7 minutes!
Figures...you all get a cheat sheet, I named them all from scratch...
Umm...I did quite well I think. For the first minute :-)
You did, penny, you've got the basement emanations goin' for you. '-)
I am a bit pissed Vegan queered the thread, but I'm not surprised either.
Now it's a diversion ;/
That was going to be my evening's entertainment! Damnit!
Well, I didn't read the rules. Soul Sacrifice was playing on my iPad, and I noticed this thread, so I listed it. I am not good at name this tune. Correctly dance (for the era) this tune definitely, but titles evade me.
A guy, a young guy too who is about 25, asked me today why I liked KEXP. He seems to think I don't fit a stereotype. I said 'because the station you like (oldies) plays the same 100 songs I've been listening to on the radio since I was 8.
Don't get me wrong though - Brodie is pretty cool.
Stereotype or not CD Corvus, it was fun. I see what you did there though.
My Camaro loves when I Brodie...
And what was that about 'bitching'?
I can't stand that guy's tone, but its a very cool exercise and a great way to get his young students into other styles. I mean, when you take the time to play a song, any song, it takes the song out of its popular context and pushes you to appreciate it as music separate from whatever baggage its accumulated over the years. Experienced players have no problem hearing a tune for what it is, if he can impart that to kids, it will make them more mature as people not only better players and musicians.
I agree Edog. His tone is atrocious, especially for someone who can obviously play. That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed that! My favorite was 54 to 55 :)
Did anyone else catch Enter Sandman at 14 followed by Mr. Sandman at 15?
There are tons of proficient guitarists out there. Just walk around Guitar Center on a Saturday afternoon! Yikes!
This guy has always been one of my favorites. Of all his different incarnations I really enjoy this group. His guitar in this group was especially unique with the seven sympathic strings that create a drone.
I will share this gem too. Pay special attention to the bass player, she is really, really, really good.
That guy is great! I like that he uses all four fingers when he solos. And I liked the way he played the main theme in Blue Monk, nice use of octaves and chord shapes instead of single notes.
For the tone buffs in this thread:
Microphone placement is key, and makes a huge impact on the sound. Ideally Brodie would have used one mic for voice, while capturing the amp with another mic placed near the cabinet. As recorded, the room's acoustics have noticeable effect, for better and worse.
On the other hand, getting just the right tone for all 100 riffs with one mic position is one steep climb.
Edit-Isn't #1 Stairway To Gilligan's Isle?
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