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Dec 17, 2007 | 10:55 PM EST
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3.1 MB
2 min 44 sec
4.17 / 5.00

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Rated 4.17 / 5 stars
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My quintet. Alex on Trumpet, Arron On Drums, Hailey on Piano, and Winston on bass. Playing Some Day My Prince Will Come, like from the Disney movie (Snow White, I was told?)!

This was captured on my MacBook. Just a silly recording of us running through a song. We didn't play half as bad as I had thought we did...



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Smooth flowing

Reminds me of big band swing and jazz. I liked the way it was orchastrated it. Ha, and the sound quality is fairly good for a recording. You get sheet music? Either way, nice playing with you and your friends.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


first, welcome to my favourite list
i agree with moonfist about ... kind of everything
still, ok performance
next time when you record get a mixer and some decent microphones and try to get a better sound
like this is not very usable in a movie

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

nice goin!

pretty good! couple things-

1) The sax and the trumpet might want to work on annonciation. Your guys' tone got kind of muddy around the end of the head and it never really corrected itself.

2) The trumpet and the alto trading - I like the idea, but you guys sometimes end up getting in each others way.

3) Unmute the trumpet, not the right place for that.

4) Too heavy on rhythym around 1:50, saxes and trumpet get quiet so rhythym ends up overpowering the group.

I gotta say, you guys play in 3 pretty well! The groove stayed consistant throughout the whole song, and you definately sounded like you were having fun!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool stuff!

That was kinda fun! One thing I would say is that try to get your pianist to move away from the "boom-chic-chic" waltz pattern, as thats already emphasized by the drums. Jazz piano is a lot about freedom of expression, and it sounds like the pianist is locked into a form. Check out Dave Brubeck's recording of this to get the idea.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's about time you submitted new stuff, I had been waiting for more tracks. Sadly, I expected more from you. I've listened to your latest three submissions, and "I'll be Home For Christmas" is the better one. It doesn't top Sentimental Mood though ;)

Either way, this track is well-played, but not to my best interest. I'm more into the sentimental songs rather than the upbeat ones. Kudos anyway :)

By the way, you should team up with Mr. Milkman-Dan and make a collab sometime. I think you two would make an excellent duo, despite the small difference in music tastes.