#1
I feel "at home" when playing romantic and melancholy progressions as made popular to me by Elliott Smith recordings. I can see a heavy Chopin influence in Elliott's work.

I recorded this on Solo Piano to honor Elliott Smith https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOA6Bf8P3ao

This next recording included bass range vocals. I used Jackson C. Frank and Nick Drake recordings to pick up on this dark and brooding style on acoustic guitar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXKxr8NXgpA

How do other members feel about this Delta Blues feeling I may have? I believe contrast and balance is important, but I sometimes struggle getting out of this sad and melancholy vibe of the Delta...
#2
The second one reminded me of the ending of Tenacious D's Sasquatch so it's cool
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#3
Quote by Lateralus32 at #33945903
I can see a heavy Chopin influence in Elliott's work.



Please explain. I'm not doubting you or saying you're wrong, I'm just having trouble making the connection. I like both Elliott Smith and Chopin though, so I'm curious about your thoughts.


I love the solo piano cover btw
#4
Nice work !

I am a seriously big lover of Nick Drake's and Elliot Smith's music, so i think i'm rather inclined to dig your stuff. Thumbs up