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This song is an exercise with different time signatures and experimenting with new guitar tones
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Guest said

7 sus 4 chord? Almost reminds me of perpetual change by yes for a sec. I like the modulation

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I like changing things. Going from one place to another. Like a journey. Kinda like life. This instrumental guitar track goes many places. Enjoy the ride!
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Oddi meter I think in 5s opens itself to some interesting possibilities considering possible b section and variation or augmentation of original theme

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Dizzy Gillespy wrote this a long time ago. Later Jimmy Smith did his own version of it. This is a version by me which is based on Jimmy's version. This was all hand sequenced in the matrix editor in Logic Pro except for me on guitar. Just wanted…
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It's Scott Coltrane said after playing with Jimmy Smith he heard the organ in his sleep book called Coltrane on Coltrane. I liked your improv on all of me on the reverb nation page stay cool

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Dizzy Gillespy wrote this a long time ago. Later Jimmy Smith did his own version of it. This is a version by me which is based on Jimmy's version. This was all hand sequenced in the matrix editor in Logic Pro except for me on guitar. Just wanted…
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it's Scott Coltrane said after playing with Jimmy Smith he heard the organ in his sleep book called Coltrane on Coltrane

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Dizzy Gillespy wrote this a long time ago. Later Jimmy Smith did his own version of it. This is a version by me which is based on Jimmy's version. This was all hand sequenced in the matrix editor in Logic Pro except for me on guitar. Just wanted…
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grathy said

Wow, this is a very interesting take on this classic.

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this is kind of a ripoff of a song by soft machine called Out-Bloody-Rageous theirs is 10 times better
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The Proods said

Great!

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This is just a backing track with me playing on top of it. It is not for sale.
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Guest said

Jack, I am listening to some of your cuts here. Impressive! Rusty Blues is awesome. I am enjoying your music. Barbara

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This is just a backing track with me playing on top of it. It is not for sale.
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Jack Denlinger said

this is using a backing track i found on the web. me on guitar.

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Neal Young wrote this song. I just recreated it using logic pro. no samples were taken from the original recording. it is not for sale. it just showcases my sequencing and guitar playing abilities. If I am violating any rules i will take it down…
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Neal Young wrote this. I just recreated it track by track in LogicPro. No samples were taken from the original recording. it is not for sale.

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this starts with a very simple hard rock beat. then it starts gettin funky then it gets jazzy. somebody said they'd like to dance to it. knock yourself out.
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Guest said

sweet

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this starts with a very simple hard rock beat. then it starts gettin funky then it gets jazzy. somebody said they'd like to dance to it. knock yourself out.
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I Among Giants said

interesting. pretty sweet :)

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basically i have trouble actually "composing" a song so i just keep on adding different parts, so this song goes nowhere, but actually i kinda like it that way. kinda like a journey. sometimes on your journey you end up somewhere else. life it…
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Guest said

Sounds Awesome!!

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I started out with a shape on my fretboard and kept splitting it 1/2 step down and came up with this orchestral electronic sounding riff. Then I slowly added the other parts one by one finally adding the wind to give it a sailing feel. Very cool.
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Guest said

that is unusual,like things different!

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the beginning of this song sounds like a telephone beep tone. i don't know how to classify this jazz rock
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Guest said

It's different with the drums,

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Dizzy Gillespy wrote this a long time ago. Later Jimmy Smith did his own version of it. This is a version by me which is based on Jimmy's version. This was all hand sequenced in the matrix editor in Logic Pro except for me on guitar. Just wanted…
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Guest said

like that

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I like changing things. Going from one place to another. Like a journey. Kinda like life. This instrumental guitar track goes many places. Enjoy the ride!
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Guest said

I enjoy listening to some jazz, but I'm a rocker at heart. This song gives me the jazz/rock blend I enjoy. Thanks old friend

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basically i have trouble actually "composing" a song so i just keep on adding different parts, so this song goes nowhere, but actually i kinda like it that way. kinda like a journey. sometimes on your journey you end up somewhere else. life it…
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Guest said

I don't know anything about music except what I like, and I like this one!

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I started out with a shape on my fretboard and kept splitting it 1/2 step down and came up with this orchestral electronic sounding riff. Then I slowly added the other parts one by one finally adding the wind to give it a sailing feel. Very cool.
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eshar said

A little story plays out in my mind as I listen to this. I really enjoy having my imagination fired...and listening to good music too....thanks for both!

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I started out with a shape on my fretboard and kept splitting it 1/2 step down and came up with this orchestral electronic sounding riff. Then I slowly added the other parts one by one finally adding the wind to give it a sailing feel. Very cool.
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Johnny Stone said

Yeah this is a great build up mate very cool. Thanks for your comment mate.

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I started out with a shape on my fretboard and kept splitting it 1/2 step down and came up with this orchestral electronic sounding riff. Then I slowly added the other parts one by one finally adding the wind to give it a sailing feel. Very cool.
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Wildgeas Music said

Causally Hip. The percussion is Jazzy Jack. Love it man.

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