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 #174665  by Feedback11
Hey guys!!! Me and some buddies of mine spent this past year recording an album as part of my senior capstone project. It includes Dark star and a brief Caution, but also some Dead-inspired jams and a cover of Third Stone From the Sun. Give it a listen and let me know what you think!!!
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 #174666  by Jon S.
Greetings, fellow Virginian. I'm listening to your first cut, Third Stone From The Sun pt​.​1, now. I'm digging it! Your version is relatively sparse, instrumentally - you left a lot of open air, for lack of a better phrase - and that's what makes it different, interesting, and engaging, in addition to the Garcia influences I hear in some of your phrasing (as opposed to Hendrix or Lukather, whose versions obviously are also wonderful).
 #174667  by Jon S.
Now I'm listening to Caution.

I like your drummer's opening beat. It's along the lines of a softer version of Ginger Baker's killer beat on this song.

I'm going to keep listening to the full album!
 #174668  by Jon S.
OP, will you be back?! :cry:

I finished listening to all of it. Seriously, I totally enjoyed your recordings. Really nice! :rockon:
 #174672  by Feedback11
First of all, thank you so much for listening!!! I'm really glad you like it. I hadn't heard of Lukather before your comment, what an awesome version of the song, I think I'll have to check out some of his other stuff. I also hadn't heard that Masters of Reality song, the drum beat is really similar. I know my drummer friend likes Ginger Baker, but I'll have to send him the song, I think he'll get a kick out of it. Again Thanks so much for listening, I really appreciate it! :biggrin:
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 #175339  by natebernstein
Nice work! Good performances throughout. Especially the drummers. I like the sparse arrangement and the sequencing. Definitely hear shades of a 60s DS toward the middle/end of the Em Jam - nice transition. Chirping birds/"playing the head" after the DS freak-out are a nice touch to bring you back to ordinary reality. A great listen. Thanks for sharing.
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good one