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backing track for Cheesecake

AndyWhiteford

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i've got one , though i made it with an ancient version of Band in a Box, and its not very like the original.
Works fine for playalong purposes, though
is there a way i can share it with EVERYONE??

<edit - TRY THIS LET ME KNOW???>
https://www.dropbox.com/s/wkah3sq5abdb64p/Cheesecake 1.mp3

anyone wants to share a better version ?
And did i ever finish my Dex at Carnegie Hall transcription ?? hmm. must look it out.

I'd also love a decent backing for "Tanya", though Dex recorded it in 2 different keys.
 
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Chris

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I was doing some backing tracks for the beginners thread. So I put this one together https://www.box.com/s/d6jfx96crjcp4hwhi5vo
don't know if it's any better than Andy's. Anyway it's in Eb t=175 x 3choruses with a 4 bar intro..

Chris..

It won't be around for long:)

Andy have you got the dots for "Tanya"???
 

AndyWhiteford

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i have my own unfinished transcription for the Eb minor [concert] version on "one Flight up", don't see any chords that i've written though :-( [ plus - It's in a different key on"manhattan symphonie"]
TBH, a "Tanya" backing needs a half decent piano player to roll that riff in the A-section, and maybe some "manually-input" bass + drums ;-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N7J6Y6k4EE


tyvm for your cheesecake version, i'll dig out a tenor from storage this weekend & try it out.
 

AndyWhiteford

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free head & solo from Curtis here:

http://saxsolos.com/cheesecakedex.pdf
 
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