Got a feature on a local radio station...

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  1. BassyBill

    BassyBill The smooth moderator... Supporting Member

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    They'll be giving us a plug this week. Here's the track that has piqued their interest (some will have heard this before).

    www.billygreen.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/SGEBO.mp3

    Nice to get a bit of a free bump.

    What do you guys think of my fretless playing, tone and intonation (gulp) on this one? It's my Warmoth body/Status neck Jazz with EMGs.
     
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    Class, as always. Which station is it? Also, is this the band you subbed for on NYE, or your big band thing?

    We really must make the effort to have that beer...I'd love to let rip with some Meshuggah on your gear :)
     
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    wow, real nice, great tone.
     
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    The playing? Machine-like precision, with a bit of human touch to it. Nice. Love that horn section. How many horns are in the band?
     
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  6. BassyBill

    BassyBill The smooth moderator... Supporting Member

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    Cheers mate - it's actually neither of those bands. This is the 10 piece outfit that is my main gig.

    The station is Scratch Radio, a local Uni run thing. Thursday night between 8 and 10. The presenters at that time are fun guys who I know pretty well.
     
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    Thanks!

    5 horns. Trumpet, trombone, 3 saxes - alto, tenor, baritone.
     
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    Hey hey! Got told by one listener we sound like the backing track to a 1980s porn movie!

    Well, it's better than being ignored, I suppose.
     

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