I had a Beagle named Rebel when i was a kid, that was always getting out and always ending up at the dogpound. There came a day when he was not at the dogpound and nowhere to be found.
My sadness was relieved one day, when a very old man, in a beat-up and rusty old pickup truck, drove down my street with Rebel sitting high in the seat beside him. Rebel looked very happy until he spotted me. He then had a kinda sad and embarrased look on his face. I smiled and waved to him to let him know it was OK, and i think he understood.
...and there was my neighbor who made some doghouses for his two hounds and two birdogs, and those crazy dogs ate their new doghouses.
This is a great Jazz tune Raymond, very enjoyable to listen and to recall the hounds we loved so much.
That was some pretty cooolll jazz man. I Loved that sax.
It could be my speakers but it seemed to me that the JABB kick drum was just a tad loud from :20 to about 1:00.
And that reminds me that I have one with that problem and I'll have to go back to MIDI to change it-someday.
My 15 year old dachshund is pretty deaf so if I turn it up loud enough for him to hear it the neighbors will call the sheriff. I guess we are just like him. If we get really old we won't see or hear much but we'll be able to still smell and taste.
The ability to smell everything could have it's draw back if you get really old.
Last edited by fastlane; 11-26-2007 at 12:32 AM.
Reason: more thoughts
Today I refreshed that JABB version. The link is just the same.
GM Classic Jazz Drum Kit
Steinway Jazz, set a bit brighter
Tenor Sax 1
Cakewalk TTS-1 Organ 5/Organ 1 (both have the same track, blending their individual sounds). In my opinion that original Jazz Organ from the JV-1010 sounded a bit better.
Here and there I adjusted some knobs, volumes, attacks, etc. Also some Ben Webster "breathing" at the end, just to try it. Overall it is better, my modest ears tell me so.
[just diverting from that Symphonic Poem with some other sounds, you know]