Eddie Louiss French good feeling jazz
and straight to mp3 library. thank you
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Posted 01 August 2019 - 2355 PM
Edited by Brian Kennedy, 02 August 2019 - 0011 AM.
Posted 16 August 2019 - 2250 PM
Unlike most alternate tunings for guitars, which involve taking the instrument's usual six strings and raising and lowering a few of them to tune to a chord, Nashville tuning is typically (but not always!) played in standard tuning, and using the standard high E and B strings, but as Ed Mitchell of guitar string manufacturer D'Addario & Co. writes, “The remaining strings (G, D, A and low E) are tuned an octave higher than a regular guitar – just like they would be on a 12-string guitar.” Alternate tunings are a mixed blessing -- having to learn new chord shapes can open new doors for songwriting, but there’s always that initial confusing feeling of “where am I on the fretboard?” In contrast, Nashville tuning generates all sorts of interesting tonal sounds due to its unique stringing pattern, but they all use familiar standard tuning chord shapes.
Posted 17 August 2019 - 0558 AM
For the last few very busy days at work, this tune has been running through my head.
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Posted 21 August 2019 - 1933 PM
Henry Mancini isn't it?
Add in Lalo Schffrin, Ennio Moricone and John Williams and you have enough movie music to keep you busy for hours, if not days.
Let us nay forget James Horner....
Posted 21 August 2019 - 2240 PM
I am listening to the song of my computer's cooling fans as they ramp their speed up and down as the CPU temperature changes.