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^^^ Nice, Thanks for sharing.  Loved the pics, too.

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hahah :)

That would be a dream come true, because i think my music is really want i would love to do.... but to be honest, something has prevented me from ever really trying to introduce myself as an artist.  I've played my original compositions for less than a dozen people, but its a big part of my life.

 

I never even heard of the Mad Dog before, but I see here its popular..... whats ur favorite elliott album of the week?

I'm sure someone will be able to let you demo a pair really soon......

 

As for Elliot......i'd go for the rare compilations of New Moon......a treasure trove wink_face.gif

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sure!

Just some random stuff I'm working on....feel free to check out my soundcloud page....

 

i never know how to decide what to play so please excuse this overload.  I have never really showed anyone....

 

Here's 2 songs Im working on alone:

 

 

Chains

 

Unfinished Song (this one, i didn't finish the vocal....its over two years ago that i worked on it too, but im happy with the direction i think)

 

 

here's 1 from a band i work with: In My Brain

David...best compliment I could make, is that the 3 songs in your Unfinished Song link have a very George Harrision vibe...and as you'll know, he was major influence on ES!

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David...best compliment I could make, is that the 3 songs in your Unfinished Song link have a very George Harrision vibe...and as you'll know, he was major influence on ES!

ps Soundcloud is great....check Simon Roxby out also....a kindred spirit maybe?

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See if this works..? Its a very quick youtube of Ride from our new e.p!

 

 

nice! Is that you on the harp? 

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Originally Posted by DavidMahler View Post

sure!

Just some random stuff I'm working on....feel free to check out my soundcloud page....

 

i never know how to decide what to play so please excuse this overload.  I have never really showed anyone....

 

Here's 2 songs Im working on alone:

 

 

Chains

 

Unfinished Song (this one, i didn't finish the vocal....its over two years ago that i worked on it too, but im happy with the direction i think)

 

 

here's 1 from a band i work with: In My Brain

Finally got these to work on my computer... They wouldn't play and then I changed my settings from 24 bit and they played :D

These are really good David, they have a real natural flow. Some lovely chord progressions too.

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nice! Is that you on the harp? 

Its the singer on the harp, I'm the noisy guitarist haha

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Awesome review!! I'd love to see the reviewers impressions of the Koss ESP-950.  

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See if this works..? Its a very quick youtube of Ride from our new e.p!

 

 

Nice one LugBug! Really enjoyed it. 

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David you are very talented indeed. I somewhat liked Chains and I'm drum & bass fan. 

 

 

as a side note: I really liked Vivaldi's the four seasons too. Could someone recommend me something similar? wink.gif


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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post

^^^ Nice, Thanks for sharing.  Loved the pics, too.

 

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Nice one LugBug! Really enjoyed it. 

Thanks guys appreciate it :)

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David you are very talented indeed. I somewhat liked Chains and I'm drum & bass fan. 

 

 

as a side note: I really liked Vivaldi's the four seasons too. Could someone recommend me something similar? wink.gif

More Vivaldi, of course!biggrin.gif  His L'estro Armonico with Fabio Biondi's group Europa Galante is a winner.  The J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites (try Tafelmusic from Canada) and Brandenburg Concertos are masterpieces, too.  Great stuff.

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More Vivaldi, of course!biggrin.gif  His L'estro Armonico with Fabio Biondi's group Europa Galante is a winner.  The J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites (try Tafelmusic from Canada) and Brandenburg Concertos are masterpieces, too.  Great stuff.


Thanks!

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More Vivaldi, of course!biggrin.gif  His L'estro Armonico with Fabio Biondi's group Europa Galante is a winner.  The J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites (try Tafelmusic from Canada) and Brandenburg Concertos are masterpieces, too.  Great stuff.

+1 on the Brandenburg Concertos, Awsome!!

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More Vivaldi, of course!biggrin.gif  His L'estro Armonico with Fabio Biondi's group Europa Galante is a winner.  The J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites (try Tafelmusic from Canada) and Brandenburg Concertos are masterpieces, too.  Great stuff.

 

L'estro Armonico is great stuff and top-drawer Vivaldi but quite different to Four Seasons, which is unique in Vivaldi's oeuvre as a kind of early baroque impressionism. Just thought I should offer that warning in case Stratok was expecting another Four Seasons. As for the JS Bach Orchestral Suites, I've never been able to go past John Eliot Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists.

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