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    A Lil' Taste of Blues

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    I was fortunate enough to have played Blues Piano, deep in Chicago's Southside and Westside, 1967-69 - Clubs like The L&H Lounge @ Madison & Kedzie, the famous Pepper's, and at the Key Largo on W. Roosevelt, playing and jamming with the likes of Jimmy Cotton, Earl Hooker, Koko Taylor, Bloomfield, Butterfield, Sam Lay, Otis Rush, etc.

    I've been doing a variety of things since then, including a lot of experimental pieces. But I thought I'd better start putting a few of the old-style things "down on tape" (ie: into REAPER) before the arthritis gets too bad.

    Here's a lil' taste I did recently - enjoy.

    Last edited by bLUiVORY; 06-14-2019 at 11:55.

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    Well, I enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing!!!

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    Well then - thanks there, Chili. Then it was worth uploading. I'm glad you liked.

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    I'm with Chili... also enjoyed it. Could've been a bit longer though!
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    this groove combined with my 1/5 of brandy is workin out great my friend! i must say growin up with the blues im inclined to like it already...great playing..would have loved to see those shows with Otis! you play any Freddie King type blues/funk grooves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugoRibeiro.Com View Post
    I'm with Chili... also enjoyed it. Could've been a bit longer though!
    Hey. If someone's going to complain, I'll take, "Could've been a bit longer" over "Could've been a bit shorter" any day! Thanks, Hugo.

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    Enjoyed it, had a nice live and "lively" feel.

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    Very nice playing.

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    Thanks RFR and Schwarzenyaeger. Glad you enjoyed.

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    Deleted by OP. Starting new thread.
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