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#286003 - 02/28/15 01:37 AM [User Showcase] Night walk in a jazzy world
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Chris37 Offline
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When a quiet piano dreams of swingy friends.....

RT Nashville Outlaw 06
RT 1204 Acoustic Bass
RT 1210 Gypsy Rythm Guitar
RT 1446 Gypsy Latin Jazz Violin
RT 1619 Dixie Clarinet
RT 1202 Gypsy Solo Guitar

YAMAHA QY700 Piano Dream

https://soundcloud.com/christian-devienne/night-walk-in-a-jazzy-world



Edited by Chris37 (02/28/15 01:39 AM)

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#286005 - 02/28/15 01:52 AM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Bonjour Chris,

A good foot-tapping song but not to sure about the use of the dream piano. The violin and guitar work so well.
Great tune tho'

Still an enjoyable way to start the day when our two nations meet over an egg-shaped ball in Paris! May the best team win!!!!

Cymru am byth!!!

Alyn
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#286022 - 02/28/15 05:27 AM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Nice tune to start my day. Thanks for posting.

Charlie
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#286024 - 02/28/15 05:33 AM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Hi Chris
I really enjoyed that. What fun. More please!

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#286033 - 02/28/15 06:29 AM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Nice tune to listen to over the morning coffee!
Always have enjoyed gypsy jazz.
Enjoyed it.

J&B

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#286049 - 02/28/15 09:54 AM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Chris

A great feel has been captured there, a nice mix of Dixie with a good driving beat. Thanks for sharing.
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#286053 - 02/28/15 10:00 AM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Nice and bouncy... It reminds me there's a world of sounds in BiaB I haven't even touched.

Thanks for posting!
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#286080 - 02/28/15 12:57 PM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Chris,

One advantage of playing part of the song yourself is that you can develop a true melody... which you did in the part you played.

There have been people here who found ways to create melodies and signature passage solely with real tracks, but most often when somebody posts an instrumental it lacks a defined melodic theme.

I liked this.

side note: the beginning of the song reminded me of the band in the star wars cantina scene. wink

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#286086 - 02/28/15 02:40 PM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Ça va Chris,love the instrument combination. Good sounding tune and fun.

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#286111 - 02/28/15 06:13 PM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: cubanpete]
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Chris,

Nice piano part. I also like how the bass RealTrack and drums played off each other. Nice sounding instrumental.
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#286114 - 02/28/15 06:26 PM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Hi Chris,

Very entertaining. Gypsy jazz has the same effect on my as Dixieland. The music is so happy in a toe-tapping kind of way that clouds of gloom evaporate.

I liked it! As others have noted, it's perfect for sitting down and listening to with a cup of coffee in hand.

Regards,
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#286781 - 03/05/15 06:44 PM [User Showcase] Re: Night walk in a jazzy world [Re: Chris37]
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Really nice Chris. Upbeat and laid back. Enjoyed listening.

Josie

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