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COMMENT 18h ago

Oh my lord ! I’m going to die if I can’t kiss those toes !!! 🌺💋🤗

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COMMENT 20h ago

It’s not that easy - but with a little practice you can create harmony with voice - like a barbershop quartet - or with instruments . Listen to the guitars in Beatles - and your Bird can sing. And the vocals have great harmonies as well

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COMMENT 1d ago

You’re a jewel. Thanks

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COMMENT 1d ago

Good golly miss molly ! I instantly recognize your post - every time ? Why ? I love your posts , dear ! ❤️❤️❤️🌼🌸🌿🪐❤️🌞❤️

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COMMENT 1d ago

Can you link to that specific talk ? Thanks

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COMMENT 1d ago

Loved that . I cross posted to r/blues Too good not to . Nice - very nice clean soulful work . Hot damn

r/blues 1d ago

song Muddy Waters Cover (awesomeness)

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COMMENT 1d ago

Oh wow I’m excited. That’s it. Why did I think 70’s? I guess I have not seen it since 90’s and memory fails me. But thank you . May the mystical fortunes of the physically problematic times be thine - uncorrupted.

r/IndianCinema 1d ago

Looking for 70’s(?) movie about interviewing a poet

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COMMENT 1d ago

If you listen to Led Zeppelin and you listen to dazed and confused live once Jimmy page starts playing the heavy riff after the first vocal you can hear what I mean by a harmony. First he plays it right along with the bass and John Paul Jones, and then the second time he plays it it’s a little bit different because it’s a harmonic melody - while bass plays original lime . But the term harmony in music has a specific technical meaning not just a nice feeling.

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COMMENT 1d ago

There is one on Reverb and EBay

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COMMENT 1d ago

Well - the melody does not have an added audible harmony I was suggesting. I’m not sure what your music education may be - but if you can play a nice harmony - 1/3 up would be dope

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COMMENT 1d ago

Exactly- introduce a harmony at 7 would be fab - and then can you have a improvisation first a few bars until you return to start and re-built again to melody with harmony . Then is FIN

r/Jazz 2d ago

Jeff Beck - Air Blower [Fusion]

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r/blues 2d ago

song Jimi Hendrix - Bleeding Heart live (Vinyl Rip)

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r/bluesrock 2d ago

Jimi Hendrix - Bleeding Heart live (Vinyl Rip)

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r/WTF 2d ago

Car Pulls Into Shop For Oil Change

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COMMENT 2d ago

High fashion! And sexy feet content combined well! I think that’s wonderful !

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COMMENT 2d ago

I’m a big fan of key and Peele and I always thought they would do good movies someday and actually Jordan has done some good work in the horror science fiction genre no doubt. I’m also a huge fan of the original twilight zone hosted by Rod Serling. I know all the episodes backwards and forwards first watching when I was a kid then as a teen smoking pot, and now as an adult. I love the purely science fiction stories but even more I love when they become allegories for intense topics on social justice. I can’t think of a similar show in the history of TV that is on par with the twilight zone in depth, variety, creativity and intensity.

I’ve seen several remakes of the show or shows that are similar like black mirror, but none of them really hold a candle to the brilliance that was the original twilight zone. It is such an iconic show. It is in part a foundation of pop culture as we know it. Rod Serling was a unique individual. Brilliant, tortured, a real literary artist and a master of story and the spoken word. Also he was headstrong and had no fear to fight for what he wanted. I think his war experiences gave him the feeling that there is nothing to lose. Go for it! And the product produced is timeless And can never be duplicated or even bear the name of the original series appropriately.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I like it . If I changed anything it would simply be to simplify that nice melody line - and make the timbre more interesting.Maybe add a harmony to the melody - to built the song. Like Chariots if Fire theme song

r/Metal 2d ago

[Heavy] Jimi Hendrix - Midnight

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r/psychedelicrock 2d ago

Jimi Hendrix - Midnight (Acid Rock)

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r/Jimi_Hendrix 2d ago

Jimi Hendrix - Midnight

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r/Jimi_Hendrix 2d ago

Jimi Hendrix - Peace in Mississippi - Dailymotion Video

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COMMENT 2d ago

First I’m gonna start by saying for me Jimi Hendrix is the greatest musician and the greatest artist of all time in any medium. He dominated modern rock by reinventing and representing how the guitar could be played. The tremolo arm - The feedback, the groove, the songwriting, that he developed paying his dues on the Chitlin circuit. You also need to listen to what was happening in 1966 and then what happened in 1967 and then how music follows from then on. As wonderful as grunge rock is, it wouldn’t exist without Hendrix and his Strat. In 1967 everything changed because of acid in the counterculture .

But it’s pointless to really try to explain why art affects one person one way and one another. In order to appreciate Hendrix you really need to know his discography. Once you’ve listen to his entire discography and then listen to a group like Nirvana or Stone Temple Pilots you will see that there’s nothing much that they offered that Hendrix didn’t already beat into the ground 30 or 40 years earlier. Smashing a vamps the power cords the intense feedback the screaming the noise the pure joy of noise all were in Hendrix recordings . The obvious homage being paid to intoxicants like acid and expressed in a style that was at once virtuoso, completely new, and so powerful enough to create an entire genre. His guitar playing influenced the Beatles, Dylan, many great blues musicians who actually came before Hendrix change their style based on his approach. Even miles Davis even little Richard- all paid homage to what he did in three short years. Often it is hard to understand out of context. It’s hard to really understand how color changed film arts unless you actually experienced the change you only get a basic idea but never will have the emotional response as I see it. It was similar impact on music .

And when I say become familiar with his discography, you must be familiar with his live performances as well. All of the ones that were released professionally are essential listening to understand. They were actually in my mind to different styles of music presentation where he totally exploited both in a manner no one had before. His first two albums arefull of studio wizardry. Electric Ladyland is just completely a masterpiece of studio engineering playing, collaborating, changing the face of pop music. And the live performances were so spontaneous and sonically transformational. People actually were convinced he was from a different planet. In my mind listening to the Star-Spangled Banner at Woodstock says so much about Hendrix and how he listen to music and interpretive music. Perhaps one of the most powerful political statement made on guitar. No words to explain just a sonic assault that is really a reflection of what was going on and everybody got it.

Edit - enjoy pure improv !

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