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    Strymon Bluesky - DV Mark Little Jazz - Gibson ES-335 - Live Jam Review (1)

    Strymon Bluesky - DV Mark Little Jazz - Gibson ES-335 - Live Jam Review (1)



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    Quote Originally Posted by John Watt View Post
    uh-oh... I've got unexpected computer time, and I can listen and watch while I'm typing this,
    a perfect storm for some semi-lengthy comments.
    That's always nice, when I feel very self-assured about liking my guitar playing so much better.
    What's my first impression, thinking he's just riffing, not singing while he's playing it.
    That's the best way to start any riff or progression, and then take off with improvisation.
    This is reminding me of one of my most important high school friends, Dan Kozar.
    He was the one transcribing John Coltrane music out for me so we could jam,
    he was writing original scores and putting together bands and concerts for them.
    I was there, but what meant the most to me was the summer after grade twelve.
    Dan had a hot band with a big show at a baseball park in Fort Erie,
    and he asked me to play with him, just jamming along with him and the band.
    That was a great gig, out there in the sunny afternoon.

    When I talk about Dan, I could be talking about a lot of Ukrainian people around here.
    I stopped to talk with the host of the tour bus in the parking lot at the museum.
    It was about the "Holodomor", or the genocide Stalin created, not a famine, but taking all the food.
    He was saying 25,000 people were dying or being shot every day.

    This got me thinking, what good music is supposed to do, despite my semi-detached attitude.
    And not once did I think where are the shore sounds.
    This guitarist better be careful or he'll sink to Erik Saties' surface level.
    Many thanks my friend

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