orangezest

orangezest

fluidvolt's picture

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first song for 5090.... sat down and wrote this in a pretty short time (for me anyway!)...



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sam sorrow's picture

mighty fine. i like your title, feels fresh and energetic. cool.

Real nice piece! I love the guitar tone here and your performance is awesome.

anonymouse's picture

What sort of guitar is this? Is it really electric? Are you recording onto your phone?
I think this is great.
I think you could loop what you've done and it'd be twice as long!~

smirk_twain's picture

Love the warble/wow/flutter effect and a nice catchy top line too. I agree that you could loop the whole thing and make it longer, but I also enjoy it as its own little thing. A fun start for your 5090.

IA's picture

Mmm jazzyy...

The movement is contagious. I'm sliding down a slope and then hitting a cloud of DANCE PARTY!

This is grooving. It's a struttin. It's moving! I like how it tells you boldly like "ok, this is what's gonna happen... you're gonna feel like moving your body, right? now get to it." What's a boy to do? Biggrin

Technicolor Gramophone's picture

Lovely electric guitar ... sounds like it's right in my ear! Pretty little progression and beautiful feel.

Technicolor Gramophone's picture

Lovely electric guitar ... sounds like it's right in my ear! Pretty little progression and beautiful feel.

cleanshoes's picture

Ooh, I love this jazzy sound. Agree with others that it could be looped--so nice I could hear it twice!

Ferry Colyer's picture

Feels like a careless Sunday morning spent in good company. You play that guitar really well and I like that jazzy sound. The playing is remiscent of your earlier (non-guitar) work.

the toop's picture

YEAH. listening to this after the other one is nuts - you developed the other one out of this, right? because, if so, it is such a treat to hear the process, how you turned this lovely idea into zesty 2: lost in new york and built it up to make the section at 0:35 so big.

adforperu's picture

Oof, some tasty chords in here. Love the little staccato hits to let the delay ring out.

Calum Carlyle's picture

Lovely. One of the things you've embodied really well here is the fact that space is at least as important as notes.

Wolf Kier's picture

Very nice. Came for chips, got pickups instead. Not disappointed at all, that jazzy chording sticky guitar sound is a treat. Nice to see you here again this year. Thanks so much for your kind words on my first. Smile