Just Another Word (revised version)

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Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby kzarider » Sun Dec 01, 2013 3:19 am

Woke up this morning tired of getting holiday sales emails and wrote my own 3/4 holiday escape. might actually turn into something later but just thought I would share it since I haven't been here in a while and have been so busy recording other peoples stuff
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it's a little out or very left of center lol
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Re: Just Another Word

Postby shadowfax » Sun Dec 01, 2013 10:28 am

Moody and evocative..your pieces usually are, this made me feel sad, a good sign when music moves you....bass sounds great!!
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Re: Just Another Word

Postby Bane » Sun Dec 01, 2013 2:31 pm

I really enjoyed this one too. That sax sounds brilliant!
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Re: Just Another Word

Postby kzarider » Sun Dec 01, 2013 6:21 pm

shadowfax wrote:Moody and evocative..your pieces usually are, this made me feel sad, a good sign when music moves you....bass sounds great!!
Kevin

Thanks Kevin, makes me feel sad also, and also makes me want to sip a good Scotch Whiskey :) The bass is Vienna Instruments (single instrument upright bass). Not nearly as versatile as Trillian but for certain things, where a very real sound is needed, it is perfect.
I just uploaded a hopefully finished arrangement of it, added the ending last night at 2am lol I am sure certain things are to loud/soft in spots but I have done no automation at all so it's as played so far...
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Bane wrote:I really enjoyed this one too. That sax sounds brilliant!

Thanks Bane that is Vienna Instruments SAX, I was listening to a Kenny Wheeler (trumpet) Where he was playing two parts in a counter melody with no other instruments which is what inspired me to try this.
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby Jonathan5456 » Fri Dec 06, 2013 3:14 pm

Cool story, lost what I was typing because of a steinberg error.

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In brief I was saying that you capture emotion very well in your compositions. The timings tripping into each other give it a cool, relaxing yet somber kind of 'wind-swaying' mood. Imagining leaves blowing off the trees with a dark sky, which is what it's like here atm. Quite fitting music to stare out of the window to. ;D Enjoyed listening as per usual. Hope you're well Kenny, regards J.
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby shadowfax » Fri Dec 06, 2013 4:12 pm

Yeah....just Yeahhh....Kevin
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby Early21 » Thu Dec 12, 2013 4:42 am

I like it. Must have been a sad shopping trip! Thanks for sharing it.
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby HornForHire » Sat Dec 14, 2013 4:50 pm

Very nice, Kenny!

The sax is well done, but they're ain't nothing like the real thing... 8-)

Cheers,
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby Sherz » Sun Dec 15, 2013 9:14 am

HornForHire wrote:Very nice, Kevin!

The sax is well done, but they're ain't nothing like the real thing... 8-)

Cheers,
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Agree.

"The sax is well done, but they're ain't nothing like the real thing"

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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby kzarider » Mon Dec 16, 2013 5:34 pm

HornForHire wrote:Very nice, Kevin!

The sax is well done, but they're ain't nothing like the real thing... 8-)

Cheers,
Wim

Agree of of coarse Wim!!! You know I prefer the real deal but no one is ever in the living room to play at 2am :cry:
I am really unsure if the tune is worth the redo or not??? And it wasn't Kevin it is Kenny lol
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I like it. Must have been a sad shopping trip! Thanks for sharing it.

It was sad no shopping day lol..
Yeah....just Yeahhh....Kevin

Thanks Kevin!!!
In brief I was saying that you capture emotion very well in your compositions. The timings tripping into each other give it a cool, relaxing yet somber kind of 'wind-swaying' mood. Imagining leaves blowing off the trees with a dark sky, which is what it's like here atm. Quite fitting music to stare out of the window to. ;D Enjoyed listening as per usual. Hope you're well Kenny, regards J.

Thanks my friend! Tripping Timings is a great description and I enjoyed your visual immensely...I am stealing your line if that is okay for a title on possibly a 7/4 or 5/4 tune
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby HornForHire » Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:41 am

kzarider wrote:
HornForHire wrote:Very nice, Kenny!

The sax is well done, but they're ain't nothing like the real thing... 8-)

Cheers,
Wim

Agree of of coarse Wim!!! You know I prefer the real deal but no one is ever in the living room to play at 2am :cry:
I am really unsure if the tune is worth the redo or not??? And it wasn't Kevin it is Kenny lol
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Kevin?!? Who said Kevin?!?... :P

If you decide to work on it some more just let me know.

Cheers,
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby Jaimee76 » Tue Dec 24, 2013 8:41 am

Great idea.
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby All Of Space » Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:18 pm

Great job, nice melancholy feel, all the elements work well together.
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Re: Just Another Word (revised version)

Postby Jonathan5456 » Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:46 pm

Hah, well I read the tripping timings comment on your SoundCloud by Nancy Zarider and thought it was an apt enough description to repeat. Good stuff.
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