This is my sound!
A version of "My Romance" power
Two Compositions my
"METADE MINHA: ROCK AND ROLL MULTHIFONICS
"Manhã Feliz "
Setup : Alto Custom Yamaha 855
Tenor Yamaha 32
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I listened to the first one, sounded great. What mouthpiece are you using? The one in the clip looked like a Sugal Kirk Whalum II that i have
the usual disclaimers: the soundman was stoned, the reed was dry, the guitars were out of tune, the drummer was drunk, the sun was in my eyes, I had a blister on my finger, I stubbed my toe........whatever - As usual, the band has fun....
Land of 1000 Dances
It was hot on stage, the bartender refused to make my drinks doubles, my sax had 2 sticky pads and the drummer forgot to take his adderol.
Train kept a rollin, edirol ro9 recorder, me doing sound with my PA, live last night Long Beach California.
very nice dave
Greg! That's the best version of "Night Train" I have ever heard. Great sax playing!
OK, I've recently been accused of being corny, so why not?
I just dug this up one from the past, Big and Bad
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Pete - That IS BIG and that IS BAD!(as in GOOD)..and to me the way the tenor sounds the best! I am a big fan of your sound in all it's in-corn-ations.
A few months ago there was a thread on SOTW about great pop/rock songs that had saxophone in them, and someone mentioned James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight". I was able to convince the covers band I play in to give it a try, so here it is:
Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
This is my sound. There are some like it but this one is mine.
My sound is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life.
Without me, my sound is useless. Without my sound, I am useless.
Great playing by everyone! I'd like to bottle Dirty Daves sound up in a deoderant, maybe then I want stink so bad when I play!
Live tune recorded at the last "old guy bar band" gig...
Walkin to My Baby
More stuff than I need, less than I want.