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Oct 28, 2007 | 9:24 PM EDT
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3.6 MB
5 min 2 sec
3.72 / 5.00

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Rated 3.72 / 5 stars
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My first submission. Done at the Rock 'n' Blues Jazz Camp 2007 is a cover! review please



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Great song! Love the funky saxophone and guitar solos (was it sax?)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I kinda like the lazy horns.

Bukkarooo responds:

glad you liked it. Yeah they were a little lazy/nervous..


Rated 4 / 5 stars


The only problem I had with it was (like Maestro said) the brass players sound bored. Great track though.

Bukkarooo responds:

Sweet. Thank you very much, I'm glad you enjoyed it. I understand the brass is a little boring, but, as I said to maestro, theres no helping it at this point. And I see you put me on your favorite artists list... all I can say is thank you very much, and I'll try to put up more music as soon as I can. Thanks again for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great vibe, a bit of lifeless energy, well played!

quite jazzy! I like Jazz in my morning, helps wake the mind, and put a bounce to your step!

The percussion, the guitar, and bass strings all perform very very well in this piece. My only qualm is the brass players arn't as lively as i'd like them to be. They hit all the right notes, and are fairly well co-ordinated, but i'm missing that energy, that spirit that flares up. The brass in my opinion are very important to a jazz piece as only they can add an essential quality to a jazz ensemble which makes the whole song come to life.

All in all though, it was a brilliant performance, and a congrats is in order to all involved. That percussion solo was pretty damn neat, though it was a little long without much variety. I was hoping the percussionist would go crazy for a short bit! Though nothing wrong with what happened, it would have been more driving to hear faster variations.

That ending could have used a crescendo of sorts, buildup, and then blast out those last few notes as a climax finisher! Just an opinion though.

Once again, great piece, well appreciatd, thanks for sharing!

Bukkarooo responds:

Thank you very much for your input, Maestro! I agree with everything you said. I would re-record it, not only to add your suggestions, but to improve my solo! But, alas, I have no way to contact some of the people (the brass players) for a redo.
Once again, thanks for the review. I love to have input from such a talented musician as yourself! I may be putting up another song by the same group soon, so keepa lookout haha.