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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank D View Post
    tanbark813, you and I listened to the same people coming up and stole a lot of the same licks
    Then I'm in good company.
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    That is good stuff! Nice blowing once again. It is amazing how few here took the opportunity. I figured it would go out of control and Pete would have to throw in the towel. Glad you're recovering,Pete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank D View Post
    A Train I like the way you worked the same motif through the I and IV
    Thanks, lets pretend I planned that! (That was first time for me playing/recording over a blues backing)

    I really like what everyone else did and I am really honored to have a positive comment from you on my play since what you did in your round was amazing and more in line with the way I would like to sound.

    Thank you to Pete for the opportunity to do this.

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    Fun to transcribe that for some beginner transcribing. (except for tanbark's )
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwinginSax View Post
    Fun to transcribe that for some beginner transcribing. (except for tanbark's )
    Heh. If I had it to do again I'd play less busy.
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    Whoa!! some truly excellent playing by everyone.
    Wouldn't mind a crack at it meself (probably lower the tone with tired ol' cliche's though hehe).

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    good stuff!

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    Only one chorus? Man, that's hard to do!

    Oh, yeah, I'm in.

    I guess you just record the 2nd or 3rd chorus that you usually build up to. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morry View Post
    I guess you just record the 2nd or 3rd chorus that you usually build up to. :-)

    I don't know about you, but I always play things better the 2nd or 3rd time I play it.

    So, I've decided to skip the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hakukani View Post
    I don't know about you, but I always play things better the 2nd or 3rd time I play it.

    So, I've decided to skip the first time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrvinson45 View Post
    Life is short. Eat dessert first.

    Isn't that a "West Coast" thing?

    Isn't having a smoking section in a restaurant like having a peeing section in a swimming pool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saxmanglen View Post
    Isn't that a "West Coast" thing?
    No, we do it on the south coast too

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    Any hope of another round for us late to the party? Seems like fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SactoPete View Post
    Any hope of another round for us late to the party? Seems like fun.
    Not at the moment, but I can probably add another chorus to round 3 if you want to have a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budget Explosion View Post
    Yeah, where are all the "Distinguished Members"? I think it's great of Hak to do it, but I want to hear all the big posters like Carl H., Gary, Grumps, Carbs, Bandmommy, etc.
    I would have loved to have contributed to this most excellent project, but really don't have a decent recording set up to get it through the computer. I have sound clips spattered on the site though. There's some blues playing on page 5 of the Post your rock and R&B recordings in the rock/R&B section (and thanks to Al Stevens for hosting).

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    Just added another solo to round 3: sactopete.

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    Why am I not scared to do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpete View Post
    Why am I not scared to do this?
    So do it... it's all in good fun, man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpete View Post
    Why am I not scared to do this?
    So, do it. Why the comment?
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    38 yr veteran, keys, bass, guitar, banjo, harp,
    Sax? less than a year. I can't meet my own standards But hey I ain't skeered, do I PM Pete for the track?

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