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Standing on the Edge (Kelly Armstrong)

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The first time we played this tune, the drummer and I played it, spontaneously, almost exactly as this recording documents. But we’d never heard it before, had no chart, Kelly was just playing it on the bass and singing a bit, and our parts just seemed to come out of nowhere. Completely different than Kelly’d ever played it. Eventually, it proved to be too different. Too bad.

This track is all that’s left of that experience.

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K. SCOT SPARKS 79+intercessions said

..Oo0ooo! Very nice work here indeed. ’hope to be back soon to check out more! Thanks for checking out mi sounds!

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Reefwalker said

I love those live moments, cool song. Great recording too

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Mannequin Races said

Thanks for your recent comment on my latest song! I just moved house and am moving back to my roots of drums/guitar/bass so be on the look-out for new material. This a cool groove to it. I miss playing with a live band and coming up with new songs out of thin air. This reminds me of that experience. Nice and raw and has that awesome first take magic quality to it!

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Tharek Ali Mokbul said

Wow…You and the drummer were in the zone bro!

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Tharek Ali Mokbul said

Superb!

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quill said

@ sister savage: This tune, as with the rest of the material listed under my “trio tracks” playlist, are all original songs by Kelly Armstrong, a singer/songwriter who my drummer and I played with late last year. A short-lived project. I love trios, but they can be funny that way. I like the songs and what we did with them. Time permitting and madness notwithstanding, we will revisit this material one day.

Guest said

Great song - is it original? Cool hook!

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Norm said

Yes! In the groove. I love it when that happens… it remains a mystery to me how that works, but I think part of it is really listening to each other.

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