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Memphis Train AAT

I call this a "Memphis Train" groove. It's slow and greasy, see if you can drive it down the track.

Memphis Train AAT.


-Rick
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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 1:43 PM

Bill North (12505) wrote:

Rick here's another.
Be kind everyone, lot's of mistakes and standard riffs here. I'm working on double stops and trying to get more into jazz style but I'm quite green in this respect.
Train to Memphis

I'm an engineer more than guitarist, still I aspire.
Bill~~~



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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 1:50 PM

Rick Kelly (2659) wrote:

Nice work on the double-stops. Sounds like you drove through New Orleans to me. Something also reminded me of the Beatles White Album.

I'm gonna post mine as soon as sbc/yahoo get some bandwidth sent me way.

-Rick





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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 2:29 PM

Bill North (12505) wrote:

Maybe 'casue I've got blisters on my fingers? I don't know...
:^)
Thanks for the kind words, Rick.
Looking forward to hearing from you (and everyone else, too.)

Bill~~~



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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 4:37 PM

Robert Chiefari (5087) wrote:

Good one Bill!

-Bob





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2/23/2005 5:34 PM

Bill North (12505) wrote:

Thanks Bob... I'm not worth. I've been woodshedding, trying to re-invent myself. Not easy to break many years of bad habits.

BTW I waited until after I finished mine to listen to yours so as to not get influenced. My wife wanted to use the computer so I just got around to listening to yours. I've left a comment.



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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 6:01 PM

Bernardo Pires (4599) wrote:

Nice playing/solo, Bill. Tone was very nice as well. Well done. Congrats
All the best,
Bernardo



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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 6:25 PM

Bill North (12505) wrote:

Thanks you very much, Bernardo.
That's Germ's amp again, BTW.
The best to you, too.
Bill~~~

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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 2:08 PM

Rick Kelly (2659) wrote:

Ok, here's my first take and a couple of places to grab it. If one doesn't work, try the other.

WARNING: Ain't no brakeman on this train. Clean? I poured dirt on top of the grease so I could hear it crunch goin' down the track.

Rico's Train Ride

I really didn't want to put this on my soundclick site, but I'll update it with a full version, vocals etc. later. My yahoo is not cooperating with uploading to my public briefcase.

Ride Rico's Train at Soundclick


Peace,
-Rick



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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 2:50 PM

Bill North (12505) wrote:

Nice work Rick, evrything is conistant and your licks are hot. I'm looking forward to hearing the completed work.

Bill~~~





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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/25/2005 7:14 PM

Rick Kelly (2659) wrote:

Not sure how "completed" it is, but I put a long version with vocals up on my Sound Click site called "Bled Dry".

Rico's SoundClick Page.


Peace,
-Rick





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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/25/2005 7:20 PM

Chuck Stensrud (13014) wrote:

Sounds great, Rick!

chuck





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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/25/2005 7:52 PM

Bill North (12505) wrote:

Getting better there Rick.
You don't need no breakman on that train, bro.
It's Full Tilt.
Bill~~~



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Re: Memphis Train AAT

2/23/2005 4:41 PM

Robert Chiefari (5087) wrote:

Rick,
Cool stuff! Reminds me of some old Johnny Winter.

-Bob

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