Tennessee Jedi wrote:Murphy52 wrote:
I will admit, however, that in an effort to get this band "gig ready" we learned 40 tunes very quickly. Now we are revisiting them to look for improvements to our hasty arrangements. So, this is great feedback!
To this hack guitarist you guys sound like seasoned pros !
I do think the part in question is a great way to release musical tension/ add resolution to some other-wise static chord changes. Good luck Murph and crew
You've got to learn your instrument. Then, you practice, practice, practice. And then, when you finally get up there on the bandstand, forget all that and just wail.
This quote has occurred with in many different phrasings, including: "Learn the changes, then forget them."
ugly rumor wrote:Another part of musicianship is "playing to the room". A lot of people never get that part. Drummers have complete control over their volume.
If I can turn you on to a great drummer...listen to Roy Haynes. Blows me away.
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