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Dave Bryce #3044148 05/16/20 08:21 PM
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ciao!

hope everyone is safe during this strange quarantine time...
I see a lot of very good music!

no live gigs?
OK, we make some home-to-home jam laugh

here I used Hammond and CP70:
Kansas cover...

here just hammond:
Black Crowes style...

take care!!!!
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Dave Bryce #3044781 05/19/20 09:35 PM
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Here's my take on Stevie Wonder's beautiful song, Send One Your Love. I hope you enjoy it!


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Dave Bryce #3044812 05/19/20 11:31 PM
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I love that, Al! Bravo, Sir!

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Dave Bryce #3044845 05/20/20 02:25 AM
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Yea, very nice there Al!

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Here is the 58 minute set I just live broadcasted from Mexico last week--latin jazz, a lot of original stuff, non-traditional as you'll hear! Killer players all around.

https://youtu.be/uiv6k7PzwSQ

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Al Quinn #3044874 05/20/20 05:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Al Quinn
Here's my take on Stevie Wonder's beautiful song, Send One Your Love. I hope you enjoy it!

Fantastic, Al. 2thu


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Plus, old gear has a story. I like that.
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Dave Bryce #3044981 05/20/20 07:32 PM
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Thanks guys! I'm glad you liked it smile

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Here is my latest contribution, I'm not sure I've shared any of my music with the group in years. frown
Although this was a Casio themed project it reflects my style.


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Mike Martin #3045008 05/20/20 09:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike Martin
Here is my latest contribution

thanks for sharing, Mike. Your VL-1 is in much better shape than mine.


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Plus, old gear has a story. I like that.
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Mike - Very cool. Loved it.


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Originally Posted by Jazzooo
! Killer players all around.

man, that set made me want more cerveza. cheers
Killer players indeed. Must be a blast to play with a rhythm section like that. 2thu


A reason why I collect old keyboards is that I feel partly responsible for doing it, responsible for preserving history and being a custodian for these things
Plus, old gear has a story. I like that.
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Dave Bryce #3046516 05/30/20 06:00 AM
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I had to get this off my chest, so I wrote a song about it. It's not the type of stuff I normally do, but I felt it needed to be said. If you like it, feel free to share.

Thanks for listening.


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All voices and effects from the Moog One. This piece is probably better known as "The Emperor's Fanfare," arranged by legendary organist E. Power Biggs.


Sixth Double Concerto, Second Movement, Antonio Soler (1729-1783)

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Ken, that was fantastic. Bravo clap


A reason why I collect old keyboards is that I feel partly responsible for doing it, responsible for preserving history and being a custodian for these things
Plus, old gear has a story. I like that.
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That reminded me of Wendy Carlos’ work on Switched-On Bach.


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Originally Posted by davedoerfler
Ken, that was fantastic. Bravo clap

Thanks so much. This is what I was working on during the last zoom meeting.

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That reminded me of Wendy Carlos’ work on Switched-On Bach.


Thank you. I wasn't planning on recording this ala Carlos. The early test patches weren't even close to this. But I'm weak and succumbed to temptation.

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I Got the Blues, demo 2

https://soundcloud.com/dougrobinson/i-got-the-blues-demo-2

I'll replace the drums with live ones. Not sure I like the synth solo--it's my favorite sound on my old S80 but...

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My friend Fred Simon said something profound at the beginning of the pandemic, that suddenly the song "I Want to Hold Your Hand" had become the saddest song ever written.

With that in mind, I wrote this: Love in the Time of Corona:

https://soundcloud.com/dougrobinson/love-in-the-time-of-covid-demo

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Originally Posted by ksoper
All voices and effects from the Moog One. This piece is probably better known as "The Emperor's Fanfare," arranged by legendary organist E. Power Biggs.


Sixth Double Concerto, Second Movement, Antonio Soler (1729-1783)

I echo the comparison to the style of Wendy Carlos, which I love. Its almost a separate realm of synthesis, so it was especially enjoyable to hear you evoke it so well with a Moog One. THERE's one of the missing pieces concerning its real voice. Added points for using a Biggs arrangement. Some marveled at The New York Dolls. I marveled at Biggs & Virgil Fox. That's our tribe for you! cool


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Fantastic, Ken! Bravo, Sir!

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[quote=Mike Martin]Here is my latest contribution, I'm not sure I've shared any of my music with the group in years. frown
Although this was a Casio themed project it reflects my style.

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Pardon my double-like glitch, but hey, let it stand! It took a few replays to absorb, but that's a fine composition. I like the patch-go-round changes as a synth player, but the tension & release aspects are outstanding. It reminds me a bit of the solo synth-guitar works of Michael Brook, which are reserved showpieces that make you go "OH, so THAT's what it can do!"

I enjoyed the heck out of the Emerson-sized Casio stack, too. There's a piece from every era there, yeesh! shocked


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Ummmm, sort of funk/fusion instrumental. Sorry bout the poor video. I don't have one of those fancy-schmancy go-pro's or anything so I just used the macbook's camera. Oh well. Hey, stay safe everybody and hope you enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxBmN2pFw-I

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Originally Posted by sherry
Ummmm, sort of funk/fusion instrumental. Sorry bout the poor video. I don't have one of those fancy-schmancy go-pro's or anything so I just used the macbook's camera. Oh well. Hey, stay safe everybody and hope you enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxBmN2pFw-I

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Like a lot of other musicians, our big band has become virtual. This is the latest composite video we've created. It's Chris Connolly's arrangement of Makin' Whoopee, which is a tenor feature.
The growth experience for me has been with doing the audio mixing, along with the agony of making video recordings of myself.

The featured player is the band leader's father. I can't get over his smooth tone. If silk made a sound, this would be it!



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Originally Posted by Rusty Mike
Like a lot of other musicians, our big band has become virtual. This is the latest composite video we've created. It's Chris Connolly's arrangement of Makin' Whoopee, which is a tenor feature.
The growth experience for me has been with doing the audio mixing, along with the agony of making video recordings of myself.

The featured player is the band leader's father. I can't get over his smooth tone. If silk made a sound, this would be it!
Very nice, Mike! thu

Facebook reminded me that it was a year ago this week that I started my all-too-brief run with a big band. I was in WAY over my head, but I almost learned to tread water. grin I was hoping to see if they needed me again this summer when the piano player went on vacation again, but most of the band is beyond senior citizen age AND they rehearse at a senior living center so even if I was comfortable with a group rehearsal (I'm not) they aren't doing it anyway.


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Originally Posted by Joe Muscara
Originally Posted by Rusty Mike
Like a lot of other musicians, our big band has become virtual. This is the latest composite video we've created. It's Chris Connolly's arrangement of Makin' Whoopee, which is a tenor feature.
The growth experience for me has been with doing the audio mixing, along with the agony of making video recordings of myself.

The featured player is the band leader's father. I can't get over his smooth tone. If silk made a sound, this would be it!
Very nice, Mike! thu

Facebook reminded me that it was a year ago this week that I started my all-too-brief run with a big band. I was in WAY over my head, but I almost learned to tread water. grin I was hoping to see if they needed me again this summer when the piano player went on vacation again, but most of the band is beyond senior citizen age AND they rehearse at a senior living center so even if I was comfortable with a group rehearsal (I'm not) they aren't doing it anyway.

Hi Joe, thanks for the kind words.

Funny, because I feel in big band I get to hide a little bit behind the other instruments. Piano is generally there to hold the other people up and is not commonly featured. It helps a lot with getting your reading chops up!

Once of the things I've found is that most piano charts are way over-written. Sparse playing is always better. You're competing with 16 other instruments (17 if there is a singer) and reading literally off the page is just too busy.

The band is talking about resuming rehearsals in August. We have a few outdoor options, so we may start with that. We're also talking about continuing the virtual recordings. We've done three total so far and are starting a fourth tune. It's been a great learning experience and a lot of fun.


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Originally Posted by Rusty Mike
[Hi Joe, thanks for the kind words.

Funny, because I feel in big band I get to hide a little bit behind the other instruments. Piano is generally there to hold the other people up and is not commonly featured. It helps a lot with getting your reading chops up!

Once of the things I've found is that most piano charts are way over-written. Sparse playing is always better. You're competing with 16 other instruments (17 if there is a singer) and reading literally off the page is just too busy.

The band is talking about resuming rehearsals in August. We have a few outdoor options, so we may start with that. We're also talking about continuing the virtual recordings. We've done three total so far and are starting a fourth tune. It's been a great learning experience and a lot of fun.
I felt that way too, but there are places where the piano gets featured such as the intros to some songs and things. They would say, "we're doing this song next" and I'd have to pull out that chart and try to sight read the intro or part when it came up! Eek. The gig, brief as it was, was pushing my sight reading and interpretation as I'd have to figure out what fit. You're right in that some charts had Too Many Notes for piano. But I was learning a ton and hoped to continue it. I'd love to get another big band gig at some point.


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Last Friday, Gilberto Gil turned 78 (!!!) so I did a little solo piano set in his honour.


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I combined my drone footage with B3X to produce a salute to the USA's 244th birthday. If you watch carefully Marty the Beagle makes a cameo appearance in the front door side lights.



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I don't check this thread as often as I should.

David, that was interesting to hear solo renditions of Gilberto Gil tunes. Really makes me want to get back into GG.

Jake, your playing is enjoyable as always. Man, that's a lot of solar panels! Are you growing cannibus? kidding, of course. But that's a lot of wattage to work with.


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