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Jules

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Not sure if I've posted this before but here's an absolutely cracking, and more than a little demented, version of the old gospel classic, I'll Fly Away. We encore with this tune when I play with Urban Voodoo Machine- I find it both incredibly uplifting and deeply moving at the same time (as, I suppose, is appropriate for a funeral song)
 

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Not sure if I've posted this before but here's an absolutely cracking, and more than a little demented, version of the old gospel classic, I'll Fly Away. We encore with this tune when I play with Urban Voodoo Machine- I find it both incredibly uplifting and deeply moving at the same time (as, I suppose, is appropriate for a funeral song)
I think I've heard these guys on New Orleans Radio
 

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Mammal Hands are a favourite down here too.. If you've not also discovered The Portico Quartet- may I recommend them too.. in a similar vein
Saw them live in Edinburgh and I left early

They need a precise sound set-up to convey the music... Instead the gig was aural mud
 
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Um...
European tradition rather than USA.
Don't mind playing slowly and quietly.
Er...
Not yer usual jazz changes?
To me, the oprano sax- particularly in Portico Quartet- sounds more influenced by fiddle music than the sax tradition. The phrasing is very Klezmer or Celtic at times
 

Halfers

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This came up on YouTube for some reason,. It's not the sort of thing I would normally listen to but I do like this guy's sound/tone. I also like the way he works with the vocalist, this question is probably for @randulo what effects are added to his playing?

View: https://youtu.be/ZWCpQlmbWso
Very good. Do you think there are effects added to the Sax? To me it just sounds like a great tone straight off the bat, or out of the bell..
 

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All a bit sterile and cringe worthy to me.
Now my mother used to tell me if you can't say something nice don't say it all - so I mention this as my critique only. I so want stuff like that to be performed sincerely enough to grab me.
 

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Very good. Do you think there are effects added to the Sax? To me it just sounds like a great tone straight off the bat, or out of the bell..
It sounds to me as though it has a hint of something added, but my ears aren't to be trusted
 
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