Music is my hobby
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(1) Dumb waiter (2) Ate my Elevator
great work James!!!!
a tale of 2 parts...why not connect them? I liked Funky/Jazzy opening.... piano,guitar and bass all working a charm...and the movement is able to get this body bouncing in my seat...well, at least snapping my fingers :) ..my kind of thing....second section...introduced well with the minimal transition on piano...well-tempered...fits well as you rolled through this section...elements from the first one emerging...piano flourishes, drum rolls...very complementary...a good idea to attach these and make a very engaging listening through both parts :)
Both tunes are excellent. I enjoyed both but they are two tunes strapped together. You did keep the same production but the segue could've been less abrupt. Aside from all that, you are a fine musician and far from a hobbyist. This shows how adept you are at the art of music and delivery.
Nice one Andy, I actually really like Jazz, this style, not too heavy/freakout, this is right on the button musically, tight and full of energy, movement. Super guitar work and nicely balanced recording!
Not a jazz fan,but I an appreciate the musicianship that has gone into this dude.Bit of an abrupt transition,but I actually prefer the second half. Kinda has an early Genesis feel in places...to my ears. (Sorry for the comparison) Quality production as always mate.
This is what I Love about you, Every bit of sound is just so good, very pleasing and the change up was nice, love your Jazz.
nice lounge bar room jazz track
if that's you on the keys thats some nice playing. liked the guitar too subtle in the mix
makes me think of ferry trips to france this
Some neat playing in there, Andy especially on the keys.
Great jazzy deal you got going on here Andy. Totally love the change at 2.34. That's is classy. You could make that into it's own track if you ask me.Love the organ coming in. Dig it all. Very much enjoyed!
Love the way you attack those keyboards on Dumb Waiter, and finesse 'em on Ate My Elevator. Clever titles :) Guitars are good when you use them, ha ha, and excellent work with the perc and bass. Glad you brought it back around! Enjoyed several listens, will likely have a few more :)
Jazz isn't my favourite style of music, but i like this type. Upbeat and swinging.The guitar sounds great.
I began recording songs in January 2006. Genre is rock, pop and jazz with electronica dabbles on a few toons. It's a hobby for me. I record using cubase.
Home studio using a PC, yamaha keyboard, a couple of guitars and a Rode NT1A mic. I use cubase for recording/mixing and wavelab for mastering.
A strange fact - in 1976, the term "Mega" was 1st coined by me and came into general usage as meaning something great or awesome. I was an apprentice electrician at the time and "mega" was a technical prefix meaning "a million times". I remember that all my fellow students started using the term so maybe this was down to me. Nobody hardly says it anymore so i guess it's run it's course.
Another strange fact - i designed a telephone for use in a mortuary. Dead interesting lol!!!
Nice strong melody & energy to this track, would be great for the movies.
wow i felt like i was actually at a pink floyd concert excellent tune.
James Oakwood is a new name to me from MP3 Unsigned but hey, he is a man in love with his bed obviously so he's cool by me. He's also a rock artist which, as you well know, definitely fine by me. According to his webpage, he's only been writing and recording since 2006 and features a tasty pick of all his kit (is that a Dell?); the kind of stuff you need to make rock music. Even
A refreshing track about my fave place, I love it!
Keep em comming Mr Oakwood!!