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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpeebee View Post
    Did you play both voices?
    Yeah .. it would probably sound better if one was an alto. (or both)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scudetto View Post
    Hi Everybody! I've recorded today some improvisation! Guess? What the theme? ) Thank You for Comments and suggestions It will be very easy to guess)
    Not easy to guess .... I think I'm too old !
    I like your open tone.
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    Thanks, Brendan! can't believe that is not easy to guess...
    Bari, so rare type will also record Black Orpheus soon ! its my fav tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Ha ! you're too good for this thread ..

    I really enjoyed that, your tone is very open and you move like Sonny Rollins !
    ^^^^What he said!^^^^Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Ha ! you're too good for this thread ..

    I really enjoyed that, your tone is very open and you move like Sonny Rollins !
    And I was going to post my rendition of "Twinkle, Twinkle little star"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oilywrag View Post
    Hey Claude there is nothing wrong with playing off the melody, a lot of great players made there names doing just that..
    That sounded just fine.

    This is the 1st take there's no improv just the head in and out withsurpriseise in the middle, I will post an imoprov later, http://www.box.net/shared/mealbszeme8a0bxsupq2

    Tom
    Nice job! Just learning to play myself...one of these days I'll have the courage to post something

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc32handler View Post
    Nice job! Just learning to play myself...one of these days I'll have the courage to post something
    Looking forward to it. The more the merrier.... and we're pretty positive around these parts. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc32handler View Post
    Nice job! Just learning to play myself...one of these days I'll have the courage to post something
    +1 To what Bill said. Jump in and join the club. Thanks for having a listen to " Whats New"

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    Let's give it a go... Ducky
    More stuff than I need, less than I want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc32handler View Post
    Nice job! Just learning to play myself...one of these days I'll have the courage to post something
    Welocome here JC32. Looking forward to your posts .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockplayer View Post
    Let's give it a go... Ducky
    Very nice take Mike . The echo and reverb effects work well for this tune, can hear it's a style you like. A nice edgy high in the end!

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    Well great renditions of this tune from Claude Bill Mike Tom and Rockplayer.
    Here's my first ham-fisted attempt. Will practice this one outside for a while and re-record it sometime.
    http://www.soundclick.com/player/sin...&q=hi&newref=1
    cheers, Mark.
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    Good to hear a take from you Mark (has been a while). Good and full sound, well played . That playing 'outside' seems like a good thing to practise all kind of songs. Looking forward to your future take.

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    Thanks for listening Peter. Whenever I post something for SOTW, I'll listen to it one more time and then regret having posted it.
    I can hear things that wouldn't get past the general censor.
    So J.C. don't hold it back
    cheers, Mark.
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    @Rockplayer and @Mark, a couple of classy takes from the pair of you, both showing good technique combined with good ideas...

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur Weltklang View Post
    Thanks for listening Peter. Whenever I post something for SOTW, I'll listen to it one more time and then regret having posted it.
    I can hear things that wouldn't get past the general censor.
    So J.C. don't hold it back
    cheers, Mark.
    Same here Mark (regretting posts sometimes)! You mentioned it was your 'first ham-fisted attempt' and for that it was fine, but I know you can do better after getting more familiar with the song .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockplayer View Post
    Let's give it a go... Ducky
    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur Weltklang View Post
    Well great renditions of this tune from Claude Bill Mike Tom and Rockplayer.
    Here's my first ham-fisted attempt. Will practice this one outside for a while and re-record it sometime.
    http://www.soundclick.com/player/sin...&q=hi&newref=1
    cheers, Mark.
    Great takes from both of you.
    You guys obviously have the blues/funk gene I'm missing !
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    I'll add my +1 to what everyone else has said, great stuff mark and rockplayer!!

    So, mark, when you say "practice outside" does that mean practice in the fresh air or practice going "outside" on the tune?

    I thought I would try this tune again without going up the octave since I kind of liked Tom's version that he did that way. Other than some fluffed low Bbs I got through it, but I'm not sure I've progressed from my earlier version. It is still a fun tune though.

    Icy bird

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    Nice one Claude. Especially when the improv kicked off!
    Thanks Peter Tom Bill (KC...yeah in my dreams hehe)
    and Claude...'outside' as in the open fresh air, with people walking by.
    cheers, Mark.
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