Way outside my wheelhouse.
Good effort everyone!
@Mjark I liked the spacey tone you used, and also the use of the move from the 4th to the major 3rd that sounds great over this mixolydian kind of thingy. Also you evidently spent time learning the more rhythmic parts and accompanying them appropriately.
@JCL50 Also very well played - cool tone, and I agree with Mark about your approach to the rhythmic/percussive sections.
@bigbreak Hey, an organ is cheating! Really like the harmonica-esque lead parts, very vocal and musical. Organ bits were awesome.
@Alan L Cole I liked the outside playing, makes me think of Shawn Lane in places - I think he often takes things up chromatically in that very tense kind of way Tone is pretty cool, and some fiery pentatonic stuff too!
Here's my take. It didn't occur to me to approach this any other way. I was too lazy to even contemplate doing anything other than making noise in the band unison things.
Thanks for listening and commenting!Hey Mjark; if that’s outside your wheelhouse you make a pretty good show of it! In various places your tone and phrasing and...note envelope management?...made me think of sax lines. In other places it made me think of Jerry Garcia-type melodic playing. In no places did it sound trite or hackneyed. Pretty cool delay settings too.