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Published on Apr 13, 2012
This is a super posive funky 6/8 latin jazz tune with some high energy solos at 2:12 and 4:00 and some very interesting grooves - e.g. starting at 1:36. Like some of my other tunes ("Lass Es Rein!" or "Lauf...!") it ends with another burning solo - guitar & flute having fun at the same time...
Original composition by Oliver Mochmann
Guitar: Cort Custom Shop CJ CE acoustic guitar. Strings: D'Addario XL Nickel Wound .012 electric guitar strings with wounded .024 (EJ21 Set). Flute: Pearl Elegante Pf-795 RBE. Mic: Audio Technica AT4035SV (I use the guitars fishman pickup/mic as well) Audio Recording: Cubase LE, Alesis io|2 interface Video: Canon HF200, Magix Video Deluxe MX Premium
FAQ: How long are you playing guitar? - I started playing electric guitar when I was 13, that was in 1984. I wasn't interested in acoustic guitar at all until I bought this Cort guitar in... I guess it was 2004.
What are your musical roots? What music are you into now? - When I started playing guitar, Santana was my first hero. Then I discovered the jazz-rock/ fusion-jazz greats like John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Mike Stern, George Benson; I love brazilian music... Pat Metheny became my greatest hero until these days.
What is your profession? After a long way and some other things, I did in my life, I can make a living now from music. I play a lot of duo gigs with a great reggae/soul singer originally from nigeria (now austrian). He also delivers strong guitar accompaniment, so I have a lot of freedom to do my thing and I great and fun to play, even if it's not that much my prefered style of music. But soon the time will be right to come up with an own project again...