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#243916 - 03/13/14 07:38 PM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: aleck rand]
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hi dean great sound on guitar loved it very well done thanks for sharing eric

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#243933 - 03/13/14 10:14 PM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: aleck rand]
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Dean...

I love things out of the ordinary, and this fits the bill. I play a little Gypsy Jazz, well...until my fingers so "not any more" because of the Focal Dystonia...and I admire fast but with grace and emotion, nor just fast for the sake of fast. This guy has it and your music does, too.

Terrific music, my friend! Loved every note...and the intro was super! Thanks for the YouTube link.

You never fail to impress me. It's always a pleasure clicking onto one of your songs! best to ya...

Al & Di
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#243967 - 03/14/14 06:35 AM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: aleck rand]
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Hi Dean,

"Very stylish, very classy, so smooth, musical ambrosia" were just some of the phrases that faded in and out of my mind as I listened. There's no doubting the fact that you are a talented composer, arranger and performer. I loved the bass intro and the bending note.

I can't believe that 3:54 disappeared so quickly.

In a nutshell, this work was a delight to listen to.

All the best,
Noel

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#244232 - 03/16/14 09:23 AM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: Noel96]
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Originally Posted By: Noel96
Hi Dean,

"Very stylish, very classy, so smooth, musical ambrosia" were just some of the phrases that faded in and out of my mind as I listened. There's no doubting the fact that you are a talented composer, arranger and performer. I loved the bass intro and the bending note.


I listened to this fine composition the other day, Dean, and again this morning. You are so technically and musically advanced, I struggle to find something to say. Looking through the comments, I think Noel captured my sentiments.


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#244350 - 03/17/14 12:38 AM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: aleck rand]
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Languishing on a "Procrastinator" album seems appropriate. I know of Wayne Shorter mostly from Steely Dan tunes. I believe he also played on THE END OF THE INNOCENCE for Don Henley, and did beautiful work for Joni Mitchell on TURBULENT INDIGO. This is a great tune, and I love your take on it!!! Very sweet indeed!! Keep posting. Take care. Greg

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#244446 - 03/17/14 12:22 PM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: olemon]
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Hi Olemon,

You have paid me such a profound compliment that I, myself, don't know how to respond other than to reply with a deeply felt Thank You.

Dean

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#244448 - 03/17/14 12:26 PM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: Noel96]
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Thank you Noel.

Did you notice that RIO does not have the AABA form, but it's one of those exceptions that prove the rule. I've been thinking about your interesting comments on the AABA structure, so the next post will have this feature. I think you'll like it.

Dean

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#244451 - 03/17/14 12:28 PM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: Al-David]
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Al and Di,

Hi folks. I hope all is well. Such wonderful compliments. Thank you so much.

Dean

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#244905 - 03/21/14 06:38 PM [User Showcase] Re: One for Paco [Re: Greg Johnson]
aleck rand Offline
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Originally Posted By: Greg Johnson
Languishing on a "Procrastinator" album seems appropriate.
Greg, I wish I had thought of that ironic twist wink. I'm very pleased that you liked my take on it.

Dean

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