Some real inventive licks. Maybe muffed a trill here or there but it blended right in. I agree with Bob's comment. Last man standing is a tough position.
When you got it going you got to share it. nicely done.
That was great, I especially liked 1:11 to 1:27!
Not an easy BT. all and all not bad.
I always love listing to your playing, singing and arranging. Good Job!
Good sound and playing but didn't always fit the BT. Still pretty good, Flop.
Too many bent notes, that made me LOL, Dan!
Too many bent notes! Just kidding. Your rendition is very good.
A cross between Bo Diddley and the Grateful Dead. Nice vocals and harp fills.
Don't know all those different techniques so I can't identify them. But you placed those tongue fluters nicely if that's what they were
Maybe your best this jam, strong effort all around.
Nicely executed. Didn't love some of it, but enjoyed your efforts.
Another tasty one :)
Rocking good stuff Sander. Enjoyed that.
Well done Veijo! Fat sound and some great technique :)
waow thats some story!! likr yah
could use some more power to bend those notes, but a nice melody!!
Thanks, Dan! Glad this was so well received.
Thanks for such high praise, Veijo, it made me happy!
Singing was great, Sander!
yeah its me singing but i will sent another
??? I didn't hear any harp, is this what you meant to post? I liked it, was that you singing? ???
I was wondering when you would get around to this one. Nice job as usual.
That was quite the production! You really out did yourself this time. You took the mood of the BT and set it on fire.
I hear touches of "Watermellon Man" in there.
This a real surprise. Very different and progressive, maybe one of the best jams ever here. Great!
This is pretty good. I've been thinking this for a while: your melodic/jazzy harp playing is much better than your blues harp playing. But your blues singing and songs are good. Anyway, keep it up. As I said, this is good.
That riff at 1:17 was fantastic, very jazzy and fit perfectly. Lots to like in this, one of your best this jam.
I like your timing here.
Liked the octaves on the intro. Cleanly played and exacting in your direction. Long BT to keep totally interesting with Harp only.
Nicely done. Could have had the harp a little stronger in the mix.
Damn good a star rising!!
What a good ride on that metal horse and great singin!!
Started really soulful, then went into trickier riffs that were interesting.
Impressive for one take.
What a pleasure to hear how good you've become on harp. Lots of tasty riffs in this. Keep it up!
I just listened some Nic Clark and this did not pale in comparison. Precise playing per usual and pro sound. Maybe a little more variety in the middle would have been good, but a minor quibble. Excellent performance.
Nice job, good twist with the high end licks
That's a nice easy going rendition. Like it a lot!
Wow! That's your natural thing. love it!
Jeez Bob! You got the balls to sing and it's wonderful!! Everything else was top notch also. if I could sing that that I quit my day job. keep them coming.
3 times is not enough!
Yeah....one of your best !!
Easy and sleazy :) Harp fit well and liked hearing the silver tongued devil singing one!!
Nice and bluesy Sander. Good to hear those vocals more out front :)
One of the best things you ever did was getting a Harp Break and Bulletini. Add your natural tone and it's magic. Song good, too, as always.
you are gifted too, all in one place with piano and laughs!! good to hear you!!!whaa wha
WAUW thats some good songwriting !! you had me made my feet up ! just plane good !!
Melodic and mellow. Liked the tone and effects on harp. Cool
Nice chrom work Veijo
Nice chrom work Veijo
Your the man!!
The Maestro Brassmaster is actually a seventies fuzz pedal for bass guitar. If you can find one that works, it's worth several hundred dollars. I used a software clone.
My comments on groove only applied to the chromatic; the diatonic was fine.
Just want to say again how great this was, ST of the jam so far IMHO.
Liked that riffage from 1:34 to 1:44 a lot. Picked up steam in the second half.
Good, liked LSP1 better. Is this really a lap steel?
You're getting some great tone these days. Riffs were very good, still need to work on groove. Not a lot, just a little.
I loved the first half, the second half seemed off some.
Very nice, that real thing you do so well.
Good job. Some interesting ideas in the second solo.
Nice. Liked the thrills with the slide
Bluesy to the bone and I liked that tone :)
Slow cruise down the river. Relaxed and easy :)
Nice laid back playing with a good dynamic sound.
This must be your best jam so far. I can hear a lot of Lee Oskar style playing, you should listen to him if you haven't already done it.
Wish harp mix had been up a bit louder, but really liked the effect on it. Nice octaves and some good polished playing.
Loved the vocals and lyrics! Like Beelz said about bends Dan. You can blues it up with bends and hold on to some of the notes...stretch it. Nice
So beautiful, Ron, this BT was made for you. Vibrato to die for.
Can we do 6 points? Great job.
Great job. Tone, phrasing, melody , its all there. One of the best so far.
Very nice, it all fits together.
There you go again with that fabulous horn sound. Loved it
Kept us on the edge of our seats with intensity.
Keep it intact for the full 5 minutes. Impressive. Sweet vibrato!
cartoonist play , when you 10 points see people are
WAUW amazing how you blend in and take the lead..very ferry
Very nice. haven't seen you here in a while.
I liked it just fine. :)
Dripping with mood! When the notes were on, this was pure magic. I played it several times, really enjoyed it.
Good blues playing. Not a classic blues tone, but it's your very own sound, not many can claim that!
NEVER thought I'd say this, but the piano is starting to upstage the harp. Way to stay with it! The big challenge: working in some left-hand stuff at the same time.
One of your best songs, be sure to save this one! Now the harp: a lot of major scale stuff that doesn't work for blues. Need some bends. You can do it.
Always enjoy your reverberant harp howling from the bowels of Hell.
Pretty good, good singing as usual, some licks/notes didn't fit.
Just sailing along. Nice and smooth traveling.
It's good. Not that exciting but it doesn't always have to be
Not that long. You had the piano to help fill it out. Good combo.
Nice. Liked the call and response with the piano.
Great tone as usual. Not as interesting as some of your previous postings, but still pretty good.
Not my fave, but I appreciate the work you put in. I'm learning chrom, but it's way more technical than diatonic.
a very good listen, having some nice contrast !!
Tats some real blues yeah you roll!!!
Cool very intense i love it the approache and timing , killersound and play!!!
its gratefully played had that old sound to it !
Good one some real shiny runs and this beautifull voice!!!
Liked your sound Dan. Heard some creative ideas with some of your riffs.
Melodic and a great sound on your recording. :)
This is a SOLO 1 ,I DON`T KNOW HOW AIN`T NO USE POPED UP...
Solo my foot. You hit the wrong button but the result was fine. Roll on Floppy!
Listen Bob you're a hero for tackling that chrome. Each and every endeavor gets better . It's a tough nut to crack.
Maybe not great but still pretty good. I like the way you bend notes to give color and expression to the chromatic. I would have liked to listen to more slide dips, jabs, etc
Good job. Some interesting ideas. Liked the riff you used to begin the 4th chorus, you could used as the central point of a song and launching pad for improvisation
Wow that's some good stuff. I played with some Irish groups when I was in Ireland but finally gave up as I was ruining the music!
Kuddos to everyone involved. Love the lyrics and the harp. Busy piece of music to tap into but you found your space Ron
That was great, one of your best ever, IMHO. Simple riffs that flat-out worked. And you didn't run out of ideas like most of usually do. Big thumbs up!
Nice theme, and that is a golden tone and reverb. You used a mute? Good stuff!
A gorgeous rendition. Great job!
Nice job. Liked the thrills and the melody
Very creative. Good control on harp all around!!
Beautiful playing. Beautiful intonation on that chrome. Love your fat attacks.
Beautiful playing! I just plain enjoyed listening to this. Made the BTrack really shine.
From the man who brought the Faucet Cam to Facebook!
The Startlight Band really knows how to swing! I would warn your sister to stay away from the singer though! Ha ha, great job!
It's a busy track so takes a lot of skill to add backing harp. Listening to what you did though, I could hear the way forward. Sounded almost like a Cajun accordian at first, then some nice note weaving. Great job!
Wow, after the first verse, you sounded better than Mickey Raphael! Rick needs to hear this!
Song was good as usual, but the harp did not work at all. You're still my hero.
Nice work with that chromatic. : )
Great fun, Starlight goes outdoors, plus some good harp!
Nice work with that chromatic.
Very good, almost Irish mood, nice melody.
Story from my tomorrow's gig? :-)
Nice swinging tune !
Great respond to it, like it~!!!
Way to go !!! good voice!!
Very nice melody. Good Job.
Beatnik blues! Jack Kerouac is somewhere in the great beyond, snapping his fingers. Good job.
You may have found your calling! Great job with that "play fast but sound relaxed" thing in Celtic music.
You have a knack for keeping the theme at the front of the composition. Irish, just a little different!
Off the wall in a good way. The steady beat kept together.
Diatonics all dead? You're certainly getting that chrome nailed down. Nice job for sure!!
Nice work on that weird cx12 Beelz. Jazzy and a cool riff at :53 - 1:03 especially.
Good melodic work on harp and a cool tone/effect. Vocals were like a Joe Cocker/Bob Dylan combo plate...very nice.
Nice! Really like the jazzy feel. Numerous short, fast runs throughout added to the effect.
Coming along well . . . nice, old-style feel
Really liked the descending high-end work from about 1:24 to 1:35
Good work on the harp...though, work some more bends in there :) Really liked the lyrics and your laid back singing.
yes sir, perfectly put in what you wanna say, got the groove, not sure if i ever said, that i like the sound from your's, fine jam
great playin the notes, good tone; maybe you could try to make some pauses, playin less notes over a beat, and try to make that thrillers ~ 0.53 a lil more relax; fine country sound
like that lil riff you throw in, may sometime a lil nervos, like the way you make a song from that instrumental
Amazing how Lip's can make that harp sound just like a piano! Ha ha! Nice multi-instrument playing. The harp is lots of fun!
Thanks Beelz. Wasn't sure about this one :))
Great job, vibe was somewhere between Tom Waits and Dr. John, keep em coming!
Nice country feel and a big sound Veijo :)
A good head :) and some swinging harping Rontana. Nice! Keep em' coming.
Hey Teejay. So good to hear you post something again man. Been a while. We're all getting older too, but the blues keeps us young :)
Nice theme and it had that lonesome feeling to it.
Kept getting better and better, the last verse was really good!
Kept it simple and the result was good.
Pretty nice on both harp and vox.
That's a long BT to keep it interesting but you pulled it off. The plunking fit in nicely with the composition.
You're a cowboy at heart. Nice clean melodic playing.
Nice hook and surrounding cast of licks.
Good job with the high end. Nice work with the percussion.
Nice relaxed song. Good job.
Toe tapping good fun Dan. Upbeat vocals and harp make for a good listen!! Keep em' coming :)
Nice to hear your voice again. Could have used a little more but that may be the beer talking.! Kind of reminded me of "Love in Vain"
Sets the mood well. You leave plenty of space (something I often don't do). It was also nice when you took the harp up the high end
You had some good fills at around 1:33, and then from 2:35 till the end. I can hear a lot of bluesy possibilities coming along
You've a good blues voice. I'd suggest getting half a dozen licks down pat, just to have in your back pocket. Do that, and in no time you'll be coming with all sorts of familiar variations.
I liked that. Some good fills in there
Had a nice, mellow sound. Good triplets at 55 and 1:07. I'm not a chrom player, but it sounds like you're doing well
Great stuff man. Vocals and harp were just right. Keep it rolling !!!!!!!
Did a great job on the chromatic!! Good tune :)
Ha ha ha! I can see cowboys two stepping to this in the saloon. It was great hearing a different melody over the chords. You made it sound effortless, my friend.
Really nice, nimble playing. You make the runs sound effortless. Great job!
I remember you TeeJay. I like your blues voice and your harp playing is enjoyable. And interesting because you put a lot of space between your notes. A good lesson for most of us.
The ending was great! Love your voice. Harmonica is nice and spritely which fits the track perfectly.
Great dark tone and good playing!
Simple but not boring playing, good timing, some nice tricks, a good sound. I liked it.
I liked a lot the moments at 1:45-1:55.
Like somebody said the harp had some good moments and some not so good. But you tried everything :-)
Nice vocals, harp playing was a bit stiff, but had some good ideas.
Nice acoustic sound and a melodic hook.
Nice job. Liked the way you had a recurring lick going throughout the song.
Listened a second time, you played plenty of harp, I'm just getting old.
Welcome back, sir! Nice head and a lot of fresh licks kept my interest. Good work, keep em coming!
Great to have you back again, TJ! Good mood created by your voice, would like to have heard more harp. Keep em coming, you'll be back to form quickly!
Great singing and lyrics as usual. Harp had some good moments and some less good moments.
Amazing how you do it all 'a ce moment.' Really a treat to listen.
Really nice, precise, playing. A little more groove and you will really be a chrom king.
Yeah getting mean great sound this bit muffeld yeah gives it a autenthick feel !!!
Joy feeling yeah like how you treated this with these fine licks !!!
That is sweet. You sound like an entire horn section
maybe some bluesy bends could come in, but i love that overall feel, fine jam, great singing
It sets a nice mood. Made me want to be somewhere time passes slow with a beer in my hand.
many of the songs i did here 10 years ago deal with that birds, so i love your song :-), yep, its a song. Fine, simple but feelful singing and playin. Maybe the harp could come in a lil smoother ... Great one. Greets from the neighbourhood
yea, you're on the way with the chrom, well played, maybe a lil more impulsive, expressive could come in, on the other side i like that relax feeling
Fine midnight jam feel you bring in, like the way you create fat and smoothful sound as well
love it veijo, fine feel for that ol swing, you bring in that great lil riffs from that era, well played and tastefully packed that package
You are coming right along on that Chromatic. Your playing is taking advantage of it. I thought your main riff real good, but you should have varied it more, maybe by making the phrase longer.
keep on rolling. It's the little embellishments that make the song special.
Not all that flashing but your finding your way just fine.
Nice one Bob. Interesting fat tone. Swinging right along with the boys.
You got that horn cooking. Nice production.
Nice swinging tune...tone was a little too muddy for my taste
The ol' Mississippi saxaphone swings on into the night. Don't let Little Walter know you are infringing on his territory. He'll punch out your lights!
Great production, loved it all, especially that lick at 0:54. Don't set the bar so high! JK!
Nice fat harp tone Beelz!!!
Great job Veijo. Liked the harp harmonies, leads and the way you're working those ob's into your runs so seamlessly.
Great swinging tune. Nice harmonies and quotes from classic tunes.
Wow! Count Frosty really aced this one by adding the counter melody! You really turned it into an arrangement! Plus of course your swing and tone!
Thank you again Rick and Bob!
This song contains my advice for the younger generation. Your welcome.