A '60's rocker, with Freddy.

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2011/04/10 17:29:33 (permalink)

A '60's rocker, with Freddy.

I wrote the music and FreddyJ wrote the Lyrics. Fred sings and plays bass on this - I did the drums and guitars.
 
Thanks for taking a listen to Tamiami Trail.

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    SnyderTrigger
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/10 17:48:10 (permalink)
    Sounds great, man! I wish I was of more experience to offer advice...but I just wanted to chime in and say that it sounds good!

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/10 17:49:25 (permalink)
    Freddy doing a 60s rock tune? Wow! Surely this is a sign of the end times, hang on, I'm going to the door and looking for the pale rider. 

    Nope, whew! 

    genera wise, this is a pretty perfect fit. Nice colab.


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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/10 17:59:43 (permalink)
     Really cool tune, I really enjoyed it. Love that old time R&R

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/10 20:06:10 (permalink)
    You two got a real cool thing going on!! What a great vibe - I'd love to see this live at a blues club. Mix sounds nice! Good job to both of you!
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 04:33:52 (permalink)
    nice song with enough unusual chordage to not be a straight blues/rock song. which i like! has a live feel too. schweet guitar work.
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 06:17:26 (permalink)
    Nice colab guys!  Sounded like this was a lot of fun to do.
     
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 08:00:53 (permalink)
    I was expecting to hear Bowie or Lou Reed start singing.....

    Cool tune.

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 09:36:58 (permalink)
    Loved that drum intro...sounded huge and powerful.

    +1 on that Lou Reed reference!

    Vocals could come up a db.
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 10:04:31 (permalink)
    Pretty cool!  Nice guitar parts.

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 12:38:12 (permalink)
    What a perfect pair to collab!  Fun all over the place.
    Felt like i was driving with the top down on the Floridian highway with Jan and Dean on the radio.
    Performance (singing and sweet guitars) and mix sound stellar.

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/11 16:13:36 (permalink)
    Loads of fun guys.
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/12 07:59:02 (permalink)
    lol@ Lou Reed.....yup....fun stuff....
    enjoyed the lead!!

    good work chaps!
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/12 08:10:23 (permalink)
    cool !
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/12 16:31:59 (permalink)
    Nothing wrong with 60's rockers... I love 'em, and this one had both feet goin'.  Real nice job all the way around guys.
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/12 17:38:34 (permalink)
    Very cool! I was hearing shades of Charlie Daniels, David Allen Coe, and definitely Lou Reed. Great job. The mix was well done.
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/12 20:00:48 (permalink)
    Awesome!

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/13 11:17:22 (permalink)
    Thanks all for taking a listen - this definitely was fun to do.

    Thanks Fred.

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/15 01:48:23 (permalink)
    Very cool, I'm always up for some 60's R&R. Nice job guys! :)

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/17 20:03:31 (permalink)
    This is something of a surprise from each of you. A ton of fun. Great bass line Freddy. Nasty lead guitar evokes Mick Ronson on Alladin Sane. Freddy, I would roll some lows off your lead vocal and maybe boost the highs. In my extremely humble opinion.
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/17 22:13:59 (permalink)
    O.k while I'm waiting for the song to load.. I remember the Tamiami Trail very well when I used to live in Florida.  This is a really nicely done 60's rocker, killer leads and all! Great job!
    Was the guitar mic'd from an Amp? 

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/18 11:15:15 (permalink)
    Thanks all.

    Hi tap - no - I was playing a PRS through a PodXtLive.

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/18 11:18:21 (permalink)
    Reminds me of a friend who was a truck driver and he said everytime he got near a rig it gave him 'the fever!' Cute rock song, almost swing!

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/19 12:18:17 (permalink)
    Yup, this was a bunch of fun to do! 
    Thanks everyone for listening and for the comments.
    And thank you Mark for asking me on this ride down the Tamiami Trail.
     
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/19 18:08:52 (permalink)
    Hi guys,

    Great job!  Cool song, excellent mix and lots of fun.

    Love the 60's vibe and, of course, Marks guitar playing.

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/19 23:05:15 (permalink)
    This would pack the dance floor!

    Fun guitar stuff!  Good tone on the rhythm and the lead.

    Good vocals, great vibe.  It really trucks along! 

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/20 11:08:47 (permalink)
    Cool guys! Great work! boy this would pack a dance floor

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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/23 17:17:55 (permalink)
    I love it!  Drums sound great.  Love the bass and guitars, and well, the vocals and mix too.  :)  Nice!
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    Re:A '60's rocker, with Freddy. 2011/04/25 18:14:39 (permalink)
    I agree with Dena, add a brass section and wow!  Nice tune guys.  Another good collab from you two!

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