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. ---------- http://www.youtube.com/user/dmitrysbor
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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!
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. ---------- Konstantin Kolesnichenko(Ukraine) http://kolesnichenko-harmonica.com/
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. ---------- Music and travel destroy prejudice.
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! ---------- Konstantin Kolesnichenko(Ukraine) http://kolesnichenko-harmonica.com/
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.....
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.
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. ---------- Konstantin Kolesnichenko(Ukraine) http://kolesnichenko-harmonica.com/
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 ---------- Konstantin Kolesnichenko(Ukraine) http://kolesnichenko-harmonica.com/
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! BronzeWailer's YouTube
I challenged myself to use only octaves in this song and I found myself able even make an octave half step bends! My low C diatonic Seydel 1847 never sounded like this before. Hope you enjoy it! I was deeply influenced by Rod Piazza, William Clarke (his solo on Work Song) and first album by Dennis Gruenling and JumpTime. ---------- Konstantin Kolesnichenko(Ukraine) http://kolesnichenko-harmonica.com/