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    Bossa, sort of

    An improvisation.

    Your comments are appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Lawler
    Bossa, sort of

    An improvisation.

    Your comments are appreciated.
    WHERE THE HELL YOU BEEN???

    Oh, and, uh, the tune is very cool. Whattya mean "sorta"? It's full-on Bossa.

    My only suggestion would be to lay down the first part to a click track; your meter is all over the place, and Latin rhythms rely on steady meter...

    Love your damned playing though, you do shit I can't even think of.
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    Nice guitar playing Tim.

    That's about all I can say. I don't really understand this type of music, I guess. I always need a more stable chord structure to lead over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llarion
    My only suggestion would be to lay down the first part to a click track; your meter is all over the place, and Latin rhythms rely on steady meter...

    Love your damned playing though, you do shit I can't even think of.
    Ditto on both points.

    I had a hard time keeping pace and my fingers were at loss to follow along.

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    I love the slow down, tired of dancing, ending.
    Exceptionally nice work as usual.

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    Way cool Timothy, I love the angular harmonies....kinda Villa-Lobos vibe but it keeps the sensual dance feel that is the soul of Bossa.
    More....more...


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    I like it Tim. I wasn't so much picking up on the timing fluctuations that the others mentioned. In fact, I was sort of imagining a little shaker rhythm through the whole thing.

    Really cool!

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    Great Tim, very sophisticated playing, kinda jazzy, way cool..... Nice recording too....

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    Bossa Excellentae.....

    Fun listen Tim.....
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    i like it.
    http://www.nocats.net - has link to youtube channel but only some background music on those vids, so far, def more to come!

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