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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by waparker4, Feb 18, 2015.
That was great on a couple of levels.
Looking forward to the analysis.
Reminds me of this
What is this?! Whoever did it is an instant legend.
Youtube can be distracting but in this case really thanks for sharing.
Sometimes I try to track on the guitar the phrasing of singers and sure enough even somebody as clean as Sinatra is difficult to follow with all the nuances and the many different ways that he sings the same passage in the same song. It gets crazier with all the twang and yodeling of country singers or the embellishments of R&B and pop singers, but to follow so close the pitch of that guy speaking is just out of this world.
The gentleman who did this is Publio Delgado. He has several of these harmonization videos up and many other original compositions. Very talented guy.
There's one with bass added, really good.
i'll do a youtube search in a few months to find one with a drummer!
these guys are all infinitely more talented than me. but they obviously also have a LOT more free time!
I love the Firebird
looks like this is its own genre, who knew
I posted that over a week ago and nobody cared…
I, for one, didn't see your post a week ago. But i'm sending you a big ol' e-hug....from one Louisianan to another.
Imagine last year I missed my daughter's birth and she never complained, but she hasn't spoken to me since, not a single word.
Music is everywhere.
Dude has amazing ears....
Haha, I'm about to go out and find some junk just so I can store it there and meet Mr. "Big Ass" Jones. That was good.
I like this a lot better, but Steve Vai used to do that a lot a couple decades back.
Hilarious ad (and the guitar playing/matching wasn't bad either!).
this is my favorite
!la puta que me pario!