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Jan 232012
Listen to Smoothie

Well, most of you probably won’t find the middle section so smooth, but if you can hang on until the end I think you’ll like it…

Podcast Subscribers welcome!

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Jul 252005

Point your podcast client here and enjoy!

Third improv from 6/24/05

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Jul 252005

Excerpt from Friday night jam, 6/24/05, third improv

Moved so podcasting would work correctly

Taste of Broadway

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Jul 252005

A Little Taste of Broadway (listen carefully, you might hear it)

4 Alarm Tortilla

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Jul 252005

4 Alarm Tortilla


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Jul 252005


One more excerpt from the infamous tortilla jam of July 8…

Chitlin Jive

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Jul 252005

Chitlin’ Jive
This might explain a few things…

Chitlin Tortilla

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Jul 152005

Chitlin’ Tortilla

This is just one excerpt from our session Friday, July 8.

Scott, drums
Alicia, percussion & vocals
Wil, Native American flute & percussion
Bill, keys

6/24/05, last improv of the evening

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Jun 262005

Scott, Alicia and Bill again.

Recording notes: two mikes for room sound on the percussion and vox, keys on a separate track for easier mix-down.

UnRhapsody in Minus 7

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Jun 192005

Low Quality mp3
High Quality mp3

Drums: Scott Wurtz
Vocals and Percussion: Alicia Jones
Piano: Bill Broomall

The higher quality mp3 (256k bitrate) is about 4Mb in size, the lower quality (128k bitrate) about 2Mb.

Scott sets up a sweet 7/8 environment for us to play in.

Recording notes: Single mike for drums and vox, mixed with keys at the board. Unfortunately it all went to a single track in MuSe, so the piano’s too hot in the mix, and there’s nothing to be done about it. Next time, I’ll try putting the keys on the left and mike on the right. Getting a good room mix with a couple of mics would be even better, perhaps.

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