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aldevis

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A piece from the nineties I was involved with (I am the soprano player) has been posted on youtube.
It has been a really pleasant surprise, and I am proud to be in it.

I just cannot decide the genre (for what it matters).

 
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kevgermany

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The yellow shark surfaces. Interesting. Needs listening to. :thumb:
 

Clivey

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The yellow shark surfaces. Interesting. Needs listening to. :thumb:

Nice progressive sound for it`s time which is fortunate in not sounding dated today which is always nice. My only 2 Youtubes are from the 80`s and have not worn well

I wish you would do more stuff along the lines Dica 92 or more kinda Morressy Mullen slipstream type Jazz Funk. You are spoiled for choice for opportunity /sidemen, Living down there Al:mrcool
 

aldevis

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Morressy Mullen?
And, Clivey, the 80s have been sounding dated for almost everyone (I just called.... to say.... I loooove you.........). Don't get depressed.

Thanks for the "not sounding dated today". I still spend hours on the phone with the guy about several subjects, including "sounding dated".
He (his name is Leonardo Pieri) is a good friend, an incredible composer and an amazing teacher.
I am so happy that his stuff still sounds good...
 

Mike

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I really enjoyed the opening theme for the first 40 seconds. Excellent! The vamp afterwards I felt to be
anti-climatic. The opening theme instantly created inspiration in how I was looking forward in hearing
possibly more along that route with various modulation for an extended period of time with solo's interweaving
at selective various points.

The vamp and soloing is nice and all. I just had my hopes on hearing more of the opening theme which is fantastic!
 

Wade Cornell

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Good composition well played and not suffering the vestiges of time. Mike's right about the opening being more exciting/involved and possibly would have worked better as a climax. No matter it's more than good as is.
 
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