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No, not the Stones' Fancy Man Blues, some Chicago Blues!
Written by Blues Master Composer Willie Dixon, performed by
one of Chicago's greatest; Muddy Waters.
Don't Go No Further.
Been in my repertoire for a long time. But with all the stops, starts
and 2 beat pickup measure going into the chorus; it always turns
into a disaster with a pickup band at the local bar blooze jams.
All crits of performance and mix/master are welcomed and encouraged!
Thanks for listening.
t

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I really liked your vocal on this one - you did a good job there. I especially liked the TTS-1 piano and then guitar solo - very cool.

I thought the mix was quite good - I don't have any crits there.

Well done - cool blues cover.

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Hey man, love that guitar tone (are you a Rory Gallagher fan?) -- very nicely played  -- the overall mix and sound is very good -- spot-on vox -- thanks for making my toes tap~~Allan

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Tom , as usual , Great guitar work and vocals.  I also liked the keys , the TTS sounded good  and I liked the way you played it hitting , the full chords instead of walking the notes. Great job on a great song ,  Love the blues ..     mark

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This is really fresh!  When I closed my eyes it felt like you were in the room.  That's a good mix and a great song well played.  I can sink my teeth into this style all day long.  And, I learned something, I've had TTS-1 forever and didn't realize it could boogie this hard.  I'm gonna have to revisit that one.  Way to go, Tom!

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Tom
Love that old blues sound which you captured very well with the instruments and you really got it going with the vocal. Nice!

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Tom- fantastic track.   Played and mixed very well.     Now have to go find some Chicago-style pizza and bratwurst for lunch:)  Super fun song and performance.

 

Regards

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Posted (edited)

Totally!!! Spot!!! On!!!

Edited by Bapu
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Why yes, actually, some blues would be really great right now!

An absoulte 100% A+++ on all those awesome guitars! Well played and well captured!

 

cheers,

-Tom

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This is a fine version, man. Really nice.

Regards,

Bob

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Just a quick shout out to all who listened:
@garybrun, thanks for the "like", means a lot
@Douglas Kirby, thank you man
@Hidden Symmetrythe "great job", really gave me a lift
@WookieeLoves me a little blues "ditty" thanks!

On 7/15/2020 at 10:15 AM, ABull said:

you a Rory Gallagher fan?

Oh yeah! Since the first listen to Sugar Mama on the Taste album....

On 7/15/2020 at 5:58 PM, mark skinner said:

Great job on a great song ,  Love the blues ..

Thank you Mark, that TTS piano "works" in a busy mix.
@David Sprouse a little bit of tempo manipulation, leave some "sloppy with sunglasses on" in the PRV, sprinkle in some real instruments...

On 7/15/2020 at 8:16 PM, Lynn said:

Way to go, Tom!

Thank you Lynn
@bjornpdx, my vocals aren't what they once were, but if I get the "range" right (melodyne pointed out some "issues", I just left it alone)

On 7/16/2020 at 5:33 AM, PJH said:

Killer guitar playing!

No guitars were irreparably injured in the making of this record (bruised a bit maybe)

On 7/16/2020 at 9:22 AM, markno999 said:

find some Chicago-style pizza and bratwurst for lunch

One we'll get together, I'm buying...
@Baputhanks Ed, it really means a lot...
@emeraldsoul Tom, I take that as high praise, I am truly humbled
@90 dBThank you Bob

Again, you've all brought a little joy to dark times. Can't thank you enough!

the other tom
or as I prefer (little t)

t

I don't know what is with the forum software, I tried to quote Wooks and -Tom and then I couldn't add any text.
Just had to hit <shift+enter> and solider on.
Stupid software........
@emeraldsoul
@Wookiee

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All I can say is that i concure with all the abov,e great recording so clear , how on earth did manage to program those drums so well , EZD is my stumbling block I really struggle with them well done you...   

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I always fancy the Blues!  Boy did you capture the feel of the electric Blues -Chicago Style - in this number.  Great performance and hot vocals indeed? This was done all in MIDI.  Wow!  I felt like I was at table right in front of the stage at a live performance.  It reminded me (a bit) of one of my current fav's - the Cash Box Kings (minus the harp).  I believe I shall have to go back and listen a couple of more time.  Great stuff tom!!!

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Really enjoyed this and I am envious of anyone who can deliver a dry vocal (ie reverb dry) without it sounding crap (like mine does 😆 ).

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tom

Loved this - just great, no crits at all from me - after my initial flirtation with folk rock (when I was young and knew no better) this was what we played all the time

Love it, do it again, as they say

Nigel

 

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