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#256101 - 07/11/14 04:47 PM Austin
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Proceed with Caution- If you don't like the blues, don't come here.


All comments/suggestions welcomed.



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#256106 - 07/11/14 05:46 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Now this is the blues, awesome work thanks for sharing!
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#256110 - 07/11/14 05:57 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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AWESOME!! I've come to expect amazing guitar work from you, but I was even more blown away by the vocal. Love the vocal performance and the processing-feels retro and ultra-blue!! One of the best blues tunes I've ever heard! Take care. Greg

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#256115 - 07/11/14 06:33 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Hi Tommy,

see it like Greg: "I've come to expect amazing guitar work from you, but I was even more blown away by the vocal."
And that sax blends absolutely perfectly with your guitar.
It's awesome.

Guenter
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#256120 - 07/11/14 06:50 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Electrifying! Great atmosphere. Nice raspy vocals. Very blue lyrics. Incredible skreechy leads. Yippee! Cheers.
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#256125 - 07/11/14 07:17 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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LOL! Thank you for the warning but I listened anyway.

I was thinking how good your voice sounded - cool drums, bass and organ - then that guitar and sax came in and I was floored.

So whether it's my fav genre or not, I can say this, it's one of if not the best arranged/produced straight out blues track I've heard on this forum.

Killer arrangement and sound.

Josie
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#256127 - 07/11/14 07:32 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Good stuff Tommy, I love it man.

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#256128 - 07/11/14 07:37 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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I've got to go with the others on this one -- AWESOME

This is good stuff.

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#256135 - 07/11/14 08:00 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Great blues. Raw and powerful. Great energy in you vocals and solos too.
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#256136 - 07/11/14 08:19 PM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Like all who have posted thus far, I enjoyed your melodic lines on your guitar. I liked your guitar processing as well. It was very crisp and well articulated.

Can't say much about your vocals. As an instrumentalist, the singing just gets in the way of good guitar playing! smile

Oh yeah, the female vocal part in in "Little thing called love" is really sweet! It held my attention which happens with guitars only. smile


Edited by RickeG (07/11/14 08:22 PM)

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#256152 - 07/12/14 01:52 AM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Tommy,

I love the blues. Just wish I could play, and sing, it as well as you do.

That was excellent. Nah better than excellent!

good stuff
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#256180 - 07/12/14 07:09 AM Re: Austin [Re: RichMac]
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Originally Posted By: PgFantastic
Now this is the blues, awesome work thanks for sharing!


Robert, Thanks for listing and commenting. Tom

Originally Posted By: Greg Johnson
AWESOME!! I've come to expect amazing guitar work from you, but I was even more blown away by the vocal. Love the vocal performance and the processing-feels retro and ultra-blue!! One of the best blues tunes I've ever heard! Take care. Greg


Greg, You have inspired me to work a little harder on my vocals. Thanks for the kind words. Tom


Originally Posted By: boehm
Hi Tommy,see it like Greg: "I've come to expect amazing guitar work from you, but I was even more blown away by the vocal."
And that sax blends absolutely perfectly with your guitar.


It's awesome.

Guenter


Guenter, Thanks. The sax is run through the same effects as the guitar in an effort to get the sounds close. Tom


Originally Posted By: RichMac
Electrifying! Great atmosphere. Nice raspy vocals. Very blue lyrics. Incredible skreechy leads. Yippee! Cheers.


Richard, I never thought I'd hear skreechy and incredible in the same description. Thanks, Tom

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#256183 - 07/12/14 07:16 AM Re: Austin [Re: nobilis]
tommyad Offline
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Originally Posted By: Sundance
LOL! Thank you for the warning but I listened anyway.

I was thinking how good your voice sounded - cool drums, bass and organ - then that guitar and sax came in and I was floored.

So whether it's my fav genre or not, I can say this, it's one of if not the best arranged/produced straight out blues track I've heard on this forum.

Killer arrangement and sound.

Josie


Josie, Don't know if I'll ever convert you, but you can bet I won't stop trying. Thanks for your very kind words. Tom

Originally Posted By: Danny C.
Good stuff Tommy, I love it man.

Later,


Danny, Thanks for checking in on this one. Tom


Tom
Originally Posted By: c_fogle
I've got to go with the others on this one -- AWESOME

This is good stuff.

Charlie


Charlie, Thanks for listening and commenting. Tom


Originally Posted By: nobilis
Great blues. Raw and powerful. Great energy in you vocals and solos too.


Patrick, Raw is where I was going on this. Thanks for the nice words. Tom

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#256184 - 07/12/14 07:19 AM Re: Austin [Re: tommyad]
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Good one Tommy. You got da tone man.

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#256190 - 07/12/14 09:36 AM Re: Austin [Re: RickeG]
tommyad Offline
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Originally Posted By: RickeG
Like all who have posted thus far, I enjoyed your melodic lines on your guitar. I liked your guitar processing as well. It was very crisp and well articulated.

Can't say much about your vocals. As an instrumentalist, the singing just gets in the way of good guitar playing! smile

Oh yeah, the female vocal part in in "Little thing called love" is really sweet! It held my attention which happens with guitars only. smile


Ricke, thanks for taking the time to listen and comment. I appreciate it. Tom

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