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    mostly basement tapes of original tunes over the years playing around with recording machines

    http://www.youtube.com/user/rickmodery

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    Blues A La Rus (A Russian Music Box)

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pgym_1NPHaU

    a 48 Bar form

    C Am Em F#dim
    G Adim Em B Em
    C Am B Em
    Am B Em
    -----------
    G Am D Ebdim
    Em Ebdim Em Am D Ebdim
    Em Ebdim Gmaj7/D Db7b5
    Am D G
    -----------
    Cmaj7 Am7 Bm7 Gmaj7
    Am7 F#dim G G7
    Cmaj7 D7 Bm7 Fdim
    C/E Cm/Eb G

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    here's a sample of a bluesy CD we did a decade or so ago... Jim Dougherty wrote the tune, Chizmo Charles singing...I was playing bari (Couf/Keilwerth w/Guardala King R&B mp) sax solo is Kenny Blake, also on this was Danny Donahoe trumpet & Robbie Klein tenor...this horn section is also on a bunch of stuff recorded at the BoneYard studio...Piney Brown, and a bunch more.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLmjzYp0duw

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    Fine'... no Coda

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    Distinguished SOTW Member, Forum Contributor 2009 Keith Ridenhour's Avatar
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    Nice work, Hurricane rocks. Could work over here easy. K
    Teaching and performing since 1980. My best K .

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    Quote Originally Posted by modre View Post
    Fine'... no Coda
    Keith, I took this to mean that, since he got no comments, he was out'a here.
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    Distinguished SOTW Member/MKVII fanatic/Forum Contributor 2010 AG's Avatar
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    that's exactly what modre meant with "fine, no coda". he goes way back here and on other forums, haven't seen him in a while. modre is very good when it comes to music theory, one of the best. I just found the thread, and I liked Hurricane too......kewl.

    nice work, modre...as always
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    and early 70's HR Link Tone-Edge 6
    tweaked by Theo

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    I saw my stuff was being reposted in India & France...maybe more, and I also saw this site eliminated "edit" after a post, so...not liking the "grabby" nature of SOTW assuming every marble on this table is theirs, I felt I should secure copyrights on the newer stuff before I felt comfy putting it "out there". The last time I bothered to copyright anything was 1984-5 & 88. 2012 is a whole different animal.

    ...all is well now...enjoy some fresh creativity.

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    Good to see ya back again....been far too long.
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    Nice to see Modre back. I remember some interesting discussions on the old SOTW (pre 2003).

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    thanks guys for the nice words.

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