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Josephrodz - Dance till the morning sun
Hello Funk! Didn't know ya had it in ya, Joe, this is hot! Brass and keys compliment those guits brilliantly, this friggin' soarsl Nice work with those vocals, doubled lead sounds good, and those backing vox make me grin every time you bring 'em in :)
Top funk! Gosh this is what me back in the 80's into first picking up a bass :-) k
Play that FUNK-Y MUSIC..great licks, awesome brass, snapping percs....this is superb funk JRod....got a great tune in here...well done on crafting a track that spills energy all over us and gets us up our behinds and shakin' whatever shakes :) Funtastic! :)
Thank you very much for the comments!
*Applause* You're going to rock "Me!"
Look forward to the new album, bravo! (Good to see (hear) you here!) :)
I'd dance with ya any day of the week....to this tune!!
Dang Joseph, what's not to like. Funk for daze! Get up and move! Just don't break a hip!
Joseph Rodriquez was born and raised in Ponce, P.R. in a close-knit family. His father was a musician in the school band so it was natural that Joseph was a musician from the day he was born. At the age of 6 years old, music was no longer promoted in school so Joseph made his own music by drumming with pencils on his desk. At the age of 10 his father exposed him to the music of Tito Puente and Tito Rodriguez which caught Joseph's interest. A year later his father bought him a drum set and Joseph began to practice. At the age of 15 he became a member of a band called The Freedom Brothers which played the music of Three Dog Night and other popular bands of the time. It was at this time that Joseph decided to master the guitar. His mother was also taking guitar lessons so she showed him his first chords which he practiced day after day in his bedroom. Joseph was also greatly influenced by the bands he saw in the Woodstock Festival documentary which drove him to practice more and more. So it's no surprise that you will hear in Joseph's style the influences of Santana, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, and many other bands from that musical era. He also played in a group that performed the music of Grand Funk Railroad where he honed his vocal skills. Learning guitar changed Joseph's life as people started to notice his skills on the instrument. His ultimate dream was to play in the United States where most of his idols performed. Joseph continued to play his music until he discovered the computer and all the musical possibilities that came along with it. Although he had recorded music on reel to reel and mini disc recorders, they didn't compare to the capabilities of PC recording. Joseph also worked at local recording studios where he learned a great deal about the process by recording some area artists in and around Ponce and nearby cities. In 1980 he recorded with a band called Stevie Staff where he arranged the music, played drums, keyboards, and guitar. With his new found computer recording skills and all the possibilities that came along with it, Joseph began to compose and make more music right from his PC. It was at this point that it all came together with the Internet explosion. This allowed Joseph to meet other musicians and fans from around the world. He now has a site to place his songs and share his music with the world. But through all this Joseph has never lost his burning desire to play in the United States so he can fulfill his lifelong dream and share the God given talents he feels fortunate to have.Farrell Jackson
Joseph Rodriguez cd's on sale at:
Keep Coming cd is available now with the collaboration of Allan Bell on vocals,
Mark Holley on Keyboards,
Eliseo Borrero on Bass,
Fernando Navarro on Piano,
William O'Connell on Keyboardsand the beautiful voice of Essence.The cover art is a good job of Mark Holley,who may I had the honor to talk to him via telephone.
Buy it now! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/josephrodriguez
Suggested to me by Superhuman Dave for review, which was very nice of him.OK, so the intro is awesome. A touch of humour and a bit reminiscent of Yankee Rose by David Lee Roth, but still an awesome intro none the less. Very clever use of different techniques to produce the different guitar sounds for the "conversation" between the axe and Carol Sue. The spoken vocal samples provided by that
Heart Stealer - Featuring Allan Bell (Rock)
IT takes a lot for me to write a review. Not becuas eof pig-headidness but becasu in my day job I shuffle around a million words a day so you can exceuse me if I get sick of the written word.
Anyway, I was moved to put a few words on to paper because I am being constantly uplifted by the collabs sparked by the superb talent
Onto a new batch of reviews from me, and the first one I'm reviewing is a collaboration involving Allan Bell (Geiger167) and Joseph Rodriguez (erm... Joseph Rodriguez)!
Joseph is definitely on guitars, and I'm pretty certain that Allan Bell is on vocals, but I'm not sure who or what provided the rest of the track! Either way, this is a lesson in classic rock through and through! I could say that
You would think, given the amount of time I have been reviewing internet-only music that I would have pretty much heard everything under the sun. Not a bit of it. New things are coming up all the time as you are about to discover. Now I've laid some strange mixtures on you but believe me, this next one is a doozy. Imagine, Joseph Rodriguez thought, if you could blend heavy
Well,....I'll admit,....I was surfing around,.....just commenting here and there,....trying to drive some comments my way. Then I stumbled on this guy. Man this dude can play. The arrangement is articulated very well and this musician knows precision. Makes me think maybe this guy ought to be doing studio work.There are heavy "classic rock" influences. AC/DC,....Foghat?.....Boston??good in any cas
A real, nice mix of styles and influences. I thoroughly enjoyed every second of this song. I would definitely listen to this anytime.