Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Bubba Ray Boudreaux, Jun 6, 2005.
Not bad for a Sunday afternoon jam, eh? That was about 3/4 of the way through a five hour rehearsal/recording session, so everyone was a little worn out. FWIW, I put a little more love into the version we play live- my fills are a little more lively. When I get a copy of our last gig I'll see if I can post it for you to compare....
you got to be chitting me! that's the band your in?
That's us, brother.
We play a wide range of music. "Voodoo Chile" happens to be one of our more rockin' songs.
The drums sounded kinda tinny, but you guy's seem tight....
you've been holding out on us! record that chit and sell us a few demos! you guys sound like you know what your doing, the guitar player did an excellent job and the bass as well. not too sure about the drummer though....sounds like he hasn't got any rhythm and needs to practice more
j/k you did great man. I like it a lot.
cool... nice work...
do you guys do Spanish Castle Magic?
iF YOU LISTEN REAL CLOSE YOU CAN HEAR A HELACOPTER TRYING TO LAND ON THE DRUMMERS HEAD....
I would have thought an F-15
I'm not sure if you're joking or not, focker, but in my defense, we had a 2 mike- no board setup for the recording. So basically, we had two microphones suspended from boom stands picking up what the human ear hears in that room, which isn't very acoustically balanced.
Like I said, when I get the 24 track recording from our gig it will give you something to compare to.
No, but we do "Dark Eyed Cajun Woman".........
Ahh, when you said recording I was thinking you already had a mixer, 2 mikes would be the problem...
I thought it was pretty good. It's probably pretty hard, and the more intricate the artist, to replicate someone's sound to a T. Therefore, a lot of times, another band, singer, will have a different sound to the same song and a lot of times, it's not as good as the original. You guys though, even though it's not the same as Hendrix, did a damn fine job on it. I liked it and I don't go for covers all that often.
The one real thing that I really didn't like though was the vocals was real hard to hear, but since I'm not knowledgable on the recording aspects, I'm sure that will be rectified.
Again, good job and let's hear some more good music
Yea, man y'all rock.
Canmore that rocked out pretty hard good stuff
Too bad your so far away, id like to get completely sloshed on Henry Weinhards and listen to you guys jam. BTW getting completly sloshed is a must , especially when listening to good live music***
'cause I don't need ya no more in this world ......I'll meet ya on the next one , so don't be late
Paul , sounds pretty cool . Just don't forget the hi-hat on the opening part
Sounds great. Espicially for a poor recording setup. Get to work on the recording/posting.
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