- From: "Master Betty" <email@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 12:08:09 -0600
"ed s" <eshamble@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:3b0562f0-ca95-4009-9475-303507bcb816@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Feb 10, 10:47 am, "Master Betty" <em...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"ed s" <esham...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Angel (by Jimi) from my basement last weekend - bass player was in
> Amsterdam - I put a bass track on tonight just to fill it in. Trying
> to get a 4 hr set back together - (after a long break). Hows it ?
> Ed on Strat & Marshall JMP
> Charlie on Strat and Fender Super Revberb
> Randy on Pearl drums
> Shelly - her voice
> ed ( hagstrom 8 string direct -) after thought days later
I like your wife's unusual Northern accent.
It's missing the famous guitar intro.
The guitar "outro" sounds out of place.
Timing is great. Mixing is too. (with the exception of the outro).
As usual, great tone on your guitars and your new recorder seems to be
gettting the job done. Good job micing the drums too.
her accent : ' ) - Ilonise - then mostly California - a little
Boston , then more CalifI - then Minnesota the last 10 years ( kindof
a mixed bag..)
I never listened to the real one to learn it. Just a chord chart.( and
my gerenal feel for the song) . its our version : ' ) .. Thanks Ed
Overall good production! If I didn't know where the solos were I wouldn't notice them missing. I've done a few songs where the solo sounds out-of-whack with the mix (The Sad Cafe). This particular song, I think most guitarist concentrate on the intro because it is so famous. A blast to play too. Could easily be wrong though. It is tough.
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