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#2881969 - 09/27/17 06:01 PM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: d]
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Originally Posted By: d



That said, Hugo, the Konnakol clip's abit hard for me to follow, I think b/c it's flipping between things rather than simultaneous.




Thing is, it wasn't. The guy was doing a run through the entire rhythmic cycle in one shot. The following clip is the first of a series that breaks the konnakol tala down into building blocks that are easier for people like us who weren't trained in Indian classical music traditions to deal with.




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#2882013 - 09/28/17 03:55 AM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: hurricane hugo]
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Nice. Although it was clever to use that echo effect to illustrate rhythm patterns, it did make the dialogue a bit difficult to understand.
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#2882030 - 09/28/17 04:55 AM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: whitefang]
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Anyway, when I logged out of this site, this was on my screen, which was odd because I don't recall ever going to YouTube LOOKING for it. So I dropped it off here wondering if it fits in somehow...:)

https://youtu.be/VnW2g6qbbrA

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#2882327 - 09/29/17 08:18 AM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: hurricane hugo]
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Originally Posted By: hurricane hugo
Originally Posted By: d



That said, Hugo, the Konnakol clip's abit hard for me to follow, I think b/c it's flipping between things rather than simultaneous.


Thing is, it wasn't. The guy was doing a run through the entire rhythmic cycle in one shot.

That was my point.
He wasn't doing a single musical example but a lesson in possibilities.
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#2883143 - 10/03/17 12:31 PM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: d]
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#2889106 - 11/08/17 05:09 AM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: whitefang]
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Really did some digging here.

But recent "forgotten guitarist" topic caused me to dig up Matt Andes, and listen to some Jo Jo Gunne I haven't heard for a long spell, and figured these two fit here in a thread that shouldn't have faded.... wink




I saw these guys open for Mahavishnu in '72 with THIS tune!
Features too some of Matt's well done slide work. wink

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#2889129 - 11/08/17 07:58 AM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: whitefang]
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Good grooves! You can tell JoJo Gunne pays attention to their timing and lays down some great instrumental backing grooves from those two samples... cool
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#2889213 - 11/08/17 02:39 PM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: Larryz]
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One truly and sadly unsung damn good rock band! Blew me away seeing them live. wink
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#2889221 - 11/08/17 03:15 PM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: whitefang]
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Wow. puff
That's actually a good choice [JJ Gunne Academy Award].
The contrast of the vox & the diff basic beats (not to mention, so I wont, the lazy tambourine (!!!!!!) is somethang Elsie !!
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It got even better when I hit the button in a seciond window to try findin' out what the track title is roll

Who'da thunk namin' yer band after a Chuck Berry tune would be so beneficial ?!


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#2889294 - 11/09/17 03:59 AM Re: Unique rhythmic grooves [Re: d]
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Had the track title right on the clip. idk
Must come through different on your server or somethin'.

+1 on the Chuck Berry song title band name. Wonder what other Berry tunes would work? And incidentally......

I knew some guys who didn't realize the lead singer, pianist and leader of the band was Spirit's Jay Ferguson. They thought THAT guy WAS actually named Jo Jo Gunne! shocked
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