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wheel
626 posts
Jan 28, 2019
2:17 PM
Some songs from the last gig of my quartet.
"Trickster" by Steve West Weston
"Hot Rod" by Lee Allen
"Put It Where You Want It" by Crusaders
"Minor Differences" my own song
Hope you like it!

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nacoran
10049 posts
Jan 28, 2019
5:41 PM
Nice!

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dmitrysbor
152 posts
Jan 30, 2019
5:16 AM
Cool, Kostya.
In spite of the fact I'm not fond of this particular sound, played very in style. Also great finally to hear keyboard.
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Last Edited by dmitrysbor on Jan 31, 2019 2:38 AM
wheel
627 posts
Jan 30, 2019
12:14 PM
nacoran, thank you!
Dima, thank you so much! Keyboard is probably the most important instrument in my band :)
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BronzeWailer
2096 posts
Feb 02, 2019
4:41 PM
Swingin'! You definitely have your own signature style. I like how the band fits together so nicely and he spotlight shifts around.
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Rontana
511 posts
Feb 03, 2019
7:04 AM
Very cool . . . I enjoyed this
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wheel
628 posts
Feb 04, 2019
1:01 PM
BronzeWailer, thank you soo much for kind words. I always appreciate that you took your time to write it. You are cool harmonica player also!

Rontana, thank you so much!
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SuperBee
5808 posts
Feb 05, 2019
4:52 AM
Always enjoy your work, Wheel. Great sound on the opening number, I liked the Lee Allen too.
I thought the 3rd number probably sounded great in the room but the mix on my little phone speaker didn’t do it justice...I mean that sincerely, when I could hear ‘through’ the mix it was really very groovy. And I love to see a band which can pull off a drum solo.
Good darts!
wheel
629 posts
Feb 05, 2019
1:19 PM
SuperBee, thank you so much for kind words! YOu are always very kind.
The main melody of the first song was supposed to be played in unison with guitar, so probably that's the reason.
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wheel
630 posts
Feb 23, 2019
1:42 PM
Thread update :)
My friend recorded one of my solos during last gig. The guys in the band were keeping a really cool funk groove

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jbone
2842 posts
Feb 24, 2019
5:53 AM
I see next to nothing on a notable harp talent form the 60's up to his passing in the early 200's. I am referring to Norton Buffalo, who worked with Steve Miller and Roy Rogers to name a couple. He was the guy on so many TV and movie scores, depending on your age you have heard him and never knew it.


If you do a google you will find a ton of stuff he wrote and worked on. An invaluable resource for instrumental music on harp.
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Moon Cat
775 posts
Feb 27, 2019
4:38 AM
Just Great Playing!!!!
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wheel
631 posts
Feb 28, 2019
1:55 PM
jbone, I'm a big Norton Buffalo fan. I have all his albums and even autographed LP "Lovin' in the valley of the moon".
Moon Cat, thank you sooo much! You are very kind!
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nowmon
203 posts
Mar 09, 2019
8:55 AM
Nice stuff,It`s always good to hear,music played with pro-attack and more so with a harp...With all the years i`ve been playing the one instrumental song that knocks me out ,every time is Walter Horton`s "I don`t get around much anymore" I think that is in another state.....
wheel
632 posts
Mar 13, 2019
1:42 PM
nowmon, thank you so much! Oh yes, I love Big Walter's version of that song!
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wheel
633 posts
Mar 20, 2019
12:02 PM

first position practice
Hope you like it!
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scojo
628 posts
Mar 21, 2019
2:25 PM
I do "In the Court of King Oliver" by Wynton Marsalis...


scojo
629 posts
Mar 21, 2019
2:29 PM
Also do Django's "Nuages":


6SN7
827 posts
Mar 21, 2019
7:45 PM
I have heard Hot Rod but with a chromatic harp, are you using a diatonic? Sounds super!

Last Edited by 6SN7 on Mar 21, 2019 7:46 PM
wheel
634 posts
Mar 22, 2019
2:36 PM
6SN7, thank you so much! Yes, it's Bb diatonic in 12th position :)
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wheel
635 posts
Apr 17, 2019
1:47 AM
new one!

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wheel
636 posts
May 01, 2019
3:11 AM
Happy birthday Little Walter!

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wheel
652 posts
Oct 04, 2019
12:42 PM
New video from the yesterday's gig.
Hope you will enjoy it :)
Have a nice weekend!


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The Iceman
3927 posts
Oct 04, 2019
2:01 PM
nice mood set by a nice groove with nice soloing....slinky!
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wheel
653 posts
Oct 05, 2019
2:00 PM
The Iceman, thank you sooo much!
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wheel
656 posts
Dec 19, 2019
12:59 PM
Merry Christmas everyone!

Variations on "Fast Large One" by Little Walter. I'm using diatonic harmonica on this one.
Hope you like it!

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Last Edited by wheel on Dec 23, 2019 9:23 AM
BronzeWailer
2117 posts
Dec 21, 2019
2:11 PM
Swingin'! I like it.

Thanks for sharing.

Merry Christmas!



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SuperBee
6398 posts
Dec 21, 2019
9:23 PM
Yeah, man!
I spent a chunk of time playing the ‘non-variations’ of this yesterday...actually most days last week.
Great to hear what you’re doing with it.
wheel
657 posts
Dec 23, 2019
9:25 AM
BronzeWailer, thank you so much!
SuperBee, thank you! Do you use chromatic? I'd like to hear!
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SuperBee
6399 posts
Dec 23, 2019
4:08 PM
Yeah, chromatic 270 now. I need find a suitable backing. Maybe I have some rehearsal recording from the band but it’s a bit of a search to find those...
I just play along with Little Walter or unaccompanied for practice but would be better to find a track to make a recording.
wheel
658 posts
Dec 26, 2019
1:25 PM
SuperBee, I think almost any jump-blues backing track will fit. For example from ultimate blues jam backing tracks. I've used the backing track from Tommy Harkenrider.
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SuperBee
6403 posts
Dec 26, 2019
4:22 PM
Excellent. I’ll find something. I’m in the throes of an interesting repair (those are the worst kind).
I’ll look forward to making a recording as a way to celebrate completing this job.
Grey Owl
1016 posts
Dec 28, 2019
8:42 AM
Always good to hear your playing Wheel!

Harpy New Year ;)

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Last Edited by Grey Owl on Dec 28, 2019 9:40 AM
wheel
661 posts
Jan 08, 2020
12:29 PM
Grey Owl, thank you so much as always!
Harpy New Year to you too :)
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wheel
665 posts
Feb 14, 2020
1:59 PM
From our yesterday's gig.
I hope you enjoy it :)


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wheel
666 posts
Mar 28, 2020
1:50 PM
I'm practicing "Butter Top" by Junior Watson. Junior Watson is one of my most favourite guitar players, so why not to try his instrumental on harmonica? Take care and stay safe!

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The Iceman
4059 posts
Mar 28, 2020
3:06 PM
I really enjoyed that.

Dude, you obviously know the solo, so it is easy to bump it up a level by letting go just a bit and movin' to the groovin' (so to speak), feelin' it while you play, IMO.
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wheel
667 posts
Apr 02, 2020
11:46 AM
The Iceman, thank you so much! I understand what you mean. I needed to practice this song a little more :) Thank you for your comments! I hope that you are good
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BronzeWailer
2128 posts
Apr 03, 2020
3:31 PM
I've just downloaded Tenderly and listened twice through. Loving it.
One of my vows this year was to buy more music because I got out of the habit somewhat in the digital era. We need to support musicians more than ever under the current circumstances. Glad I did!
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wheel
669 posts
Apr 04, 2020
1:27 PM
BronzeWailer, thank you so much, my friend! I really really really appreciate it!
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