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Old 09-23-2012, 09:31 AM   #1
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"Sultry Groove" Backing Track Jam C4C

Would appreciate any input on this, ever since I heard this backing track I've wanted to record a jam to it. C4C

YouTube "Sultry Groove"
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Old 09-24-2012, 02:35 AM   #2
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Lol sorry I don't have any critisms, it's a cool laid back jam and that's all their is to it!
Got a few vibes from the top gear theme in a couple of licks :P
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Old 09-28-2012, 12:17 AM   #3
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Seriously smooth playing man! I've been wanting to devote some more time to work on my blues chops in this vein for a long time, but I never seem to find the time. You do a great job with it. I really like your approach to backing off on the notes at appropriate intervals. I like the central sort of riff motif you come back to, serves as a nice anchor. I would say take some of the ideas from this jam and make your own full song. The backing track becomes repetitive, but I mean, hey that's pretty much the point lol. Only criticism is some of your bends are a bit flat, but I for one cannot bend worth shit hahaha, let alone in the middle of improv. Overall, you manage to keep the improv interesting with consistently solid playing for nearly 6 minutes, that's impressive. Turn these ideas into a real song! Listened to the next song on Chill Your Keys as well, that song is effin sexy as well.

I really wanna go work on my blues playing now haha...
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Old 09-28-2012, 05:50 PM   #4
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I love listening to improvisation. I think it's a great way to improve one's own efforts so I'm sure I'll cop a lick or two

I didn't hear any flat bends. I think you were just hitting the blue notes!

Nice use of octaves. Good legato. Tasteful throughout. Enjoyed it.

Backing track's a little too low in the mix, though.

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