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Discussion in 'The Cellar' started by Ed Zeppeli, Jul 29, 2011.
Sounds pretty good Axe, Welcome back btw, good to see you in circulation again.
Improvising over No Quarter (piano solo section - Earls Court 75) by Led Zeppelin
I just literally shoved some of my original tunes on Sound Cloud. A couple of tunes below. As yet I've not composed any tunes with my new Burny Lezzer yet so need to get back into the saddle again.
There are a few more tunes of mine on my Sound Cloud page as well. Just some home records I've done over the past few years.
Very Vai influenced imo, the second one had a hint of Alan Parsons, very nice.
Thanks very much for checking my songs out. I tend to do a lot of stuff that's a bit Vai/Satch like but with instrumental guitar music, sometimes its unavoidable lol.
Nice job! You're a few levels beyond what I can do, that's for sure!
This is a blues I wrote in 2010 and used to do with my old band, but I never got around to making a demo of it until today . . . kept this one simple: Casio LK-220 keyboard doing drum kit, organ, and string bass only; Les Paul R9 through Deluxe Reverb . . .
It was meant as a compliment.
Thanks for checking the tunes out SF, really appreciate it.
Hey Electroman67, I took it as a compliment too Bro! Was just saying, most of what I do, try as I might tends to sound like Satch or Vai, I don't really listen to them much these days but just shows their influence is engrained in certain things I play.
I tried it in the Celler and it doesn't look like it worked for me either even though it plays fine on Sound Cloud...bummer.
I did this a couple of nights ago. A total improv form start to finish using a backing track from youtube recording on Audacity. I am not a shredder but I have fun.
This is in my Nerves it`ll never go outta ma PlayList ... a band from my country Pakistan
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dh8R7ihfBHY]Lohikarma - Take This Life - YouTube[/ame]
short blues jam
Re-amping done with a copy of Nicolas Cage's family friendly comedy 'The Wicker Man'
Take your pick. All covers
Ok, first off this is embarrassing. But I like punishment so I'll share.
These are from 1995, recorded on a Fostex 8-track. I play keys and guitar, my brother plays bass and sings. I was not a fiddler, I had about a month in so forgive the cheese/pop. The guy who recorded them sent them to me, and I thought it was a neat blast from the past.
We played Wednesday night bondage shows in a NY leather shops basement, hence the song. Went over well:
This is about smack and dirty girls. Not UFO's or anything. I dig my keys.
This is about war and a soldiers new found enlightenment. I dig my keys/harpsi. First solo lol.
totally cheese, but it brought me back to a different time. Fun, and again super cheese but that matters not. It bagged skanks.
Recorded with a wine LP studio and a Gorilla amp.
It's been a while...here is my latest mix of an instrumental piece I recorded a few years ago. I've learned a lot about mixing since the last time and I think its better. It could certainly still use some work but I am making progress. Anyway, here it is...
Big Talker 2013 v2 by Shred Astaire on SoundCloud - Hear the world
Hope you enjoy!
Here's a track that I just completed. A tribute to the passengers and crew of Flight UA93 on that 911 day of tragedy. RIP to them all. Inspired after watch the movie Flight 93. Just me, my Burny RLC LP doing all the guitar work and a little Zoom G3 and that's it. Also did all the instruments on this, I'm keyboard player as well.
Hope you like.
Dug it, Shred.
Following yo' ass now, followin' that ass.