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April 26, 2016 at 4:23 am #8429thedoveParticipant
Hola Plapancheros !
Had an idea for a couple of silly collaborations that could be fun.
Number one - Blues Club - first rule of Blues Club is ... you know the rest..
but seriously how about we pick a key and a tempo and see how many variants of 12 bars we can knit together - any style/all styles - electric/acoustic/electronic/techno/reggae/hip hop/acapella - Rennaisance from Guido - everything ! Could run for years and years....
I don't mind coordinating submissions and collating them into one silly blues jam.
Second - God Save Queen - we ask Obi Warren, as a disciple of Brain May and chums, if he could suggest a Queen song he loves and we could do a cover - everyone free to do as much or as little as they like, we stick it all in the pot and people mix whatever version they want - just for to show our appreciation of all he's done for us. Could be an interesting FBF !
Just a couple of ideas - any comments/ ideas ?
CApril 26, 2016 at 5:01 am #8433Arthur LabusModerator
I am IN !
But don't tell anybody ?April 26, 2016 at 6:14 am #8436thedoveParticipant
Cool - lets see what some of the other guys think 😉
CApril 26, 2016 at 12:10 pm #8452Arthur LabusModerator
I guess we should be able to finish "Tie Your Master Down" in just few days 😉April 26, 2016 at 12:47 pm #8456thedoveParticipant
I thought wed go for the Prophets Song...
Or maybe not
I love Save Me
CApril 26, 2016 at 12:58 pm #8457Arthur LabusModerator
Just kidding 🙂 What about "Stone Cold Crazy" in version with Hetfield and Iommi from Wembley 1992 ... 😉April 27, 2016 at 8:31 am #8503Anders IsbergParticipant
Of course I'm in too guys! I had a blues trio for a couple of years where we mixed blues with other styles. Being a guitarist first I'm always up for a silly blues jam, and I love doing blues in different styles 😉
Covering Queen is a challenge. Very interesting to see how that could turn out.April 27, 2016 at 10:45 am #8509thedoveParticipant
OK Anders - your application has been received and reviewed and we have a position available....
Love the Cooder stuff but what really floats my boat is that Fuzz Brother track - really like that a lot - if it is released I would buy it !
OK - shall we do the blues thing ?
G at 100BPM ? - I'm open to alternatives - I Love A and E (no, not Accident and Emergency!)but they are the obvious choices - I do have harps that work in those keys but think I have C diatonic too somewhere. Harmonica/Techno/Dubstep/Blues ?
Ohh Yeah, Oooh yeah - gonna be a boy childs a comin'.... gonna be seventh son......
April 27, 2016 at 11:47 am #8511Arthur LabusModerator
- This reply was modified 7 years ago by thedove.
I would like to throw my
hattrack into the ring:
It's ready drum track, 80 BPM, nothing special, can improve any detail anytime. Also go for 100 BPM.April 27, 2016 at 11:49 am #8512Anders IsbergParticipant
Glad I made the cut Craig! Yeah, I love those nasty fuzz sounds, especially when playing electric slide. Harmonica/Techno/Dubstep/Blues is fine by me! You got some great beats going on so why don't you set-up a rhythm track as a starting point. Any key will be alright.April 28, 2016 at 2:58 am #8544Anders IsbergParticipant
Hey Arthur, for some reason I didn't see your post until now. Big fat drum track, sounds really good. But I think if we're going to give it a dubstep/techno treatment we should start out with a beat like that. Over to our leader and co-ordinator Dove Man.April 28, 2016 at 8:55 am #8554thedoveParticipant
My original idea was that everyone did their own take on a twelve bar blues and I would collate it into a whole but if you want to go this way - no probs. Im away for a few days but will try and do something next week.
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