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Solo tb intro

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Some more footage from a recently played gig that was livestreamed. But I liked my intro on the second tune we played. So, here's a part of it...

I am not entirely happy with my playing on that evening and didn't feel really comfortable on the horn as I had practiced so much bass trombone the days before.


https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxPZulTnpnJV ... iQGxWIbQrs
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Really nice! Somehow reminded me initially of some Marshal Gilkes stuff. Also the whole video is worth watching!
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Cool intro! And when the band sets in.. magic! Love it!
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And to add something on Erik: What he considers "didn't feel really comfortable on the horn" that evening is far beyond anything I could play at any point in time. And his large bore playing is also impressive!
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Re: Solo tb intro - Erik Konertz

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Yeah, "bad chops day", sure... :roll:

You sound so awesome, man!
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Thank you, guys! Much appreciated! :shuffle:
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Very nice! And a solid groove into the tune!
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😱😱 some really great playing going on!
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