Two clips of Out of the Blues performing at Tauranga Jazz Festival in 2017: Revelation written by Russell Ferrante and Learn To Treat Me Right by the Fabulous Thunderbirds.
Here is the part one of a simple demonstration of the new delays presets available in Kemper Profiling Amp Profiler OS version 5. I’m using a completely clean profile Fuchs ODS30 with no effects except for the tested delays. I love the new delays and I have been waiting for “crystal” type of sound since I got my Kemper. Part two here.
Here’s Banda de la Casa performing Meet Mr L at the Founders Theatre, opening for the amazing Artur Dutkiewicz. Please share and like 😀
Stella By Starlight played by Banda de la Casa rehearsal in December 2015. We are learning this amazing tune and Hinemoa is creating some real magic on vocals here. Stella by Starlight is a jazz standard written by Victor Young and featured in The Uninvited, a 1944 film released by Paramount Pictures. Originally played in the film as an instrumental theme song without lyrics, it was turned over to Ned Washington, who wrote the lyrics for it in 1946. The title had to be incorporated into the lyrics, which resulted in its unusual placement: the phrase appears about three quarters of the way through the song, rather than at the beginning or the …
A quick rendition of Miles Davis’ So What from his classic album Kind of Blue, I simply wanted to highlight the nice tone of the Ibanez guitar.
I think this is simply the best love song ever written – Joni Mitchell is a genius! This is a simple instrumental edition with a looper. I couldn’t possibly sing this song, so I’m attempting to “sing” it on the guitar.
Georgia On My Mind, written by Hoagy Carmichael with a more modern groove.
Here is a quick rendition of Herbie Hancock’s Cantaloupe Island on my nylon strung Godin ACS-SA Slim. The guitar is plugged into an Apogee One and recorded on Garage Band. There is no EQ or compression on the Godin track, the only effect is a touch of reverb. The backing track is from the amazing Jamey Aebersold.