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#1 2006-08-16 21:58:07

geni
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From: Boston MA
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Need sugestions for Recording.

Hey guys,
I need some sugestions.

I have to record a song shakuhachi and guitar.

I looking for lullaby , something melodic. I am looking for something from the traditional repertuare.(but if you suggest something different is fine too)
We (me&guitar player) will figurate the chords and arragments, thats not a problem..(we just need the ideas:-)

Any ideas will be welcome.
Thanks a lot in advance

Geni..

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#2 2006-08-16 22:24:09

Ambi
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

Awfull I know
but my first thought was "Mull of Kintyre"
- Now I'm humming it .. Oh no ..

Ambi


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#3 2006-08-16 22:45:08

edosan
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

FYI: The 'Sanctuary' album by Riley Lee and a Koto player is all improvised.


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It takes effort to attain nothingness.
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#4 2006-08-16 22:57:55

Tairaku 太楽
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

"Kojo no tsuki" is a nice song that would probably fit the bill.


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#5 2006-08-16 23:41:09

Moran from Planet X
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

Tairaku wrote:

"Kojo no tsuki" is a nice song that would probably fit the bill.

And if you wat to hear a jazz interpretaion of "Kojo no tsuki" go to iTunes and search for the Thelonious Monk album Straight No Chaser from 1966. Listen to "Japanese Folk Melody."


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#6 2006-08-16 23:45:35

Tairaku 太楽
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

Chris Moran wrote:

Tairaku wrote:

"Kojo no tsuki" is a nice song that would probably fit the bill.

And if you wat to hear a jazz interpretaion of "Kojo no tsuki" go to iTunes and search for the Thelonious Monk album Straight No Chaser from 1966. Listen to "Japanese Folk Melody."

Which is a truly bizarre version of the song. Just goes to show that good material can be interpreted any way.


'Progress means simplifying, not complicating' : Bruno Munari

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#7 2006-08-17 15:38:30

geni
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

thank you for guys.
i appriciated a lot.

Geni
p..s still searching:-)

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#8 2006-08-17 18:10:15

geni
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From: Boston MA
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

Search is over.(for now:-)

Edosan provided some wonderfull music.

Thanks Ed,
You da man,

Geni

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#9 2006-08-18 00:56:45

edosan
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From: Salt Lake City
Registered: 2005-10-09
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

No, YOU da man...



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It takes effort to attain nothingness.
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#10 2006-08-24 23:35:02

Moran from Planet X
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Re: Need sugestions for Recording.

Tairaku wrote:

Chris Moran wrote:

Tairaku wrote:

"Kojo no tsuki" is a nice song that would probably fit the bill.

And if you wat to hear a jazz interpretaion of "Kojo no tsuki" go to iTunes and search for the Thelonious Monk album Straight No Chaser from 1966. Listen to "Japanese Folk Melody."

Which is a truly bizarre version of the song. Just goes to show that good material can be interpreted any way.

Speaking of, I'm listening to the cd Ryoanji right now and your interpretation of "Kojo no tsuki" is pretty telling of the "bleak and desolate Wisconsin winter" you must have had.

Winters appear to have gotten worse since I left Oconomowoc in 1963.


"I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I am all out of bubblegum." Rowdy Piper, They Live!

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