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Azules en Espaņa

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case211  
7 Oct 2009 22:00 | Quote
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Well, here's my last piece that I'm going to do by myself for a while. i'm going to try to get my band to record one of our originals and upload it soon.
Until then, enjoy this piece of spanish feeling blues(?).



any and all feedback greatly appreciated :)
patleh  
7 Oct 2009 22:06 | Quote
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blues in spain??!?!?
i have a spanish test tomorrow
case211  
7 Oct 2009 22:12 | Quote
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as do I, its speaking and I use babelfish lol!

I think I'm going to fail all parts of it(damn senioritis...), then I'm going to get my wisdom teeth pulled out of my head on Friday! which means I will only be conscious for 1/2 the weekend! haha

Good luck tomorrow patleh

EDIT:If the song doesn't load due to:xml error, File Not Found, etc. you can go straight to my page on soundclick.com(if you really want to hear it). my url is soundclick.com/case211
AlexB  
7 Oct 2009 22:20 | Quote
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i can help anybody with spanish tests!! xD
case211  
7 Oct 2009 22:23 | Quote
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could you go in my stead tomorrow? lol just say you're me and ace it lol
but my spanish teacher is actually from Spain... which is interesting with us not knowing spanish and her not knowing english as fluently as us.
AlexB  
7 Oct 2009 22:32 | Quote
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Think i could make a living giving spanish and guitar classes,or spanish guitar classes..
case211  
7 Oct 2009 22:39 | Quote
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ah yes, spanish lessons mixed with guitar! I might actually learn spanish in that class too lol
carlsnow  
8 Oct 2009 06:48 | Quote
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i really like the straight-time guitar over the moving drum-bed..good work!
JazzMaverick  
8 Oct 2009 08:06 | Quote
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Yeah, I'm with Carl on this one. Nice work! Did you use samples for the drums?
case211  
8 Oct 2009 08:07 | Quote
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I used a garageband loop... it was merely called natural drum kit 10 or something like that, it sounded pretty good and was easy to keep time with(and a metronome running with it helped as well :))

I'm surprised you all liked it ;)
ChicagoMedic  
8 Oct 2009 16:01 | Quote
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I have a progression im trying to flesh out. It is Bm, A, G and F#. I have a nice melodic riff to play with it too. I love the "flamenco" sound. I am stuck trying to make lyrics for it too. I like the feel of your song friend. Good job
case211  
8 Oct 2009 16:12 | Quote
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thanks!
case211  
9 Oct 2009 00:52 | Quote
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BTW as of 12:50 AM on Friday October 8th, 2009, Azules en Espaņa is #13 out of 15,513 songs in Blues General...

i have never felt so accomplished about an original piece before.


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