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4-track analog cassette jazzy rhodes cajon chill
@cts electric piano
This song is also posted by @fourtracktape: http://fawm.org/songs/74630/
Cool that you could all collab like this. Sort of experimental, sort of mellow in a '70s jazz/soul way. Groovy and adventurous!
Ah a great way to kick off my morning. Some beautiful bass work and a lovely keyboard part.
This is so laid-back and sweet-sounding! Love the e-piano and bass, and I never would have expected to encounter a bottle track but it works! The cajon ties everything nicely together. This is one of my favourites from the 4-track collabs, just love the vibe.
I'm very new at recording period so 4-track is beyond what I can imagine. I'll google it later.... Nice funky sound. The combination was a treat to my ears! Thanks!
This is so cool.
There's a magic to those 4-track cassette recordings. Takes me right back to when I started!
The E.Piano and the bass blend together so well too.
This had me smiling all the way through. 😀
It may be a 4-track, but it feels like something I'd listen to on 8-track. Love the vibe.
Wow, what a nice idea and hilarious track!
Its dope how this all came together!
Simple and still super catchy. I really dig it. Great collab everyone!
The bottle is like the accent a singer might put in with a tambourine only I like the chimeyness better. (Plus you can't hoot on a tambourine like you can on a bottle.) Very funky!
That part where the bass and piano are walking together is an awesome little solo!
Your cool, fun electronic jam session is bringing me smiles.
What a fun, sunny, funky track! I love this you guys, it's perfect strollin' music!
Oh man daddy'os... This little baby moves and shakes and gets down..
This is four track cassette miracle..
Just love that cool Rhodes? ...
BAss!!! Dang...gimme some of DAT!
Dang.. And the bottle? Sounds like fingers sliding across a drum skin..
Whispers? Such all around fabulous performances
What a fun piece. Got my toes tapping, head bopping along. I love the low end counter point. The quiet break in the middle is an especially nice bit. Adds a bit of dynamic tension. Good work.