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Old 10-05-2011, 04:46 PM
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Hey,

Last few days I've been listening to Methenys version...man oh man it's ridiculously beautiful so I thought I'd have a go myself...

Hope you like

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dTPY5_txI4


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Old 10-05-2011, 05:12 PM
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Killer arrangement and wonderful playing Steve. I've actually been working on a much more straight ahead rendition of this cool song myself - Oh Well, so much for that idea. :-)

Methen's arrangements are so great. I was fortunate to see him just two weeks ago playing a very small venue with just an acoustic bass player, Larry Grenadier. Among many other great songs, he did a great arrangement of "Autumn Leaves" I know you would have loved.

Anyway, I digress. Great song Steve.
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Very nice. Timing spot on throughout.
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Exquisite and a joy to be heard.
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Old 10-06-2011, 10:45 AM
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Hmmmmmmmm.....So so I guess. Just kidding of course. Outstanding as usual but have to keep you virtuosos grounded sometimes
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Old 10-06-2011, 01:44 PM
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Killer arrangement and wonderful playing Steve. I've actually been working on a much more straight ahead rendition of this cool song myself - Oh Well, so much for that idea. :-)

Methen's arrangements are so great. I was fortunate to see him just two weeks ago playing a very small venue with just an acoustic bass player, Larry Grenadier. Among many other great songs, he did a great arrangement of "Autumn Leaves" I know you would have loved.

Anyway, I digress. Great song Steve.
Ha sounds great steve would certainly have loved that! metheny is inspiring


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Hmmmmmmmm.....So so I guess. Just kidding of course. Outstanding as usual but have to keep you virtuosos grounded sometimes
thanks lads...really appreciated


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Humble Steve,

Great playin' and rendition of one of the best. The timbre of your guitar was awesome especially on those bass notes which is much to do with your sensitive touch.

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Old 10-07-2011, 01:16 PM
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Humble Steve,

Great playin' and rendition of one of the best. The timbre of your guitar was awesome especially on those bass notes which is much to do with your sensitive touch.

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Thanks Noledog

Funny getting a lot of guitar comments today...you the third person to mention - i must be doing something right!
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