Thanks for kind words.I dont own any Kenny G stuff but the boy can surely play.Most his stuff is very smoothhhhhh but he's got great chops.Nice one Davy,
Very professional sounding and full of life...like it's coming right from the gut!
Loved the Blue Bossa mix with the strong lyrical improv...please don't take this the wrong way....but.....I could hear some Kenny Gee style licks in their.. nice dynamics and growls and rhythmic variations, also like your experimenting with the mixing.
This shows the benefits of your many gas attacks over the years....well done... I'd travel to hear you in person, but 12,000, miles is about 100miles to far.
Thanks for posting
Cheers my man.The stuff i've knocked out at break neck speed is more me learning about recording and not what i'm playing but i'm pretty happy with the fast results.Plus i am trying to record as you say in a wide range of styles which i do every week in my many different band formats.Keeps things fresh and on your toes.I'm not 1 to be a 1 style guy.I love all music.I'm loving all your recordings Davey. They show a lot of skill and imagination on all the horns in a wide range of styles.
Yea but i spent alot of cash on my home studio.But it looks great though.Very happy indeed.Certainly not getting sick of your recordings - enjoying every one of them.
One positvie thing about posting all these sound clips and becoming recording obsessed is less time to acquire more saxes - the wife's probably a lot happier - "Not another sax Davey!?" you probably haven't heard that in a while...))
Keep up the good work...