[Shakeel & Bosch] Rana_temporaria.mp3 (pattituci)

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Bosch, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. Bosch


    Aug 12, 2005

    Jam Session Jazzrock, as it is ment to be: [Rana_temporaria.mp3]

    0:00 – 1:07 Bosch
    1:08 – 1:20 Shakeel
    1:21 – 1:45 Bosch
    1:46 – 1:55 Shakeel
    1:56 – 2:18 Bosch
    2:19 – 3:03 Shakeel

    Without melody . There are people for whom a constant inner repose and a harmonious ordering of all their capabilities is so characteristic that any goal-directed activity goes against their grain. They are like a piece of music consisting entirely of sustained harmonious chords, with no evidence of even the beginning of a structured, moving melody. At any movement from the outside, their boat at once gains a new equilibrium on the sea of harmonic euphony. Modern people are usually extremely impatient on meeting such natures, who do not become anything though it may not be said that they are not anything. In certain moods, however, their presence evokes that rare question: why have melody at all? Why are we not satisfied when life mirrors itself peacefully in a deep lake? Friedrich Nietzsche.


    Shakeel & Bosch
  2. EricTheEZ1


    Nov 23, 2004
    Clawson, MI
    I think that paragraph is does not describe that song at all. The melody is there, it's just not as harmonically pleasing as most songs are. I dug his tone, but this type of playing is what Primus played for years. Not anything horribly special as far as originality is concerned, though they do it quite well.

  3. Josh Ryan

    Josh Ryan - that dog won't hunt, Monsignor. Staff Member Supporting Member

    Mar 24, 2001
    Strong plus 1 here.

    I did enjoy parts of it though, not so much the drummer or some of the repetition.
  4. i liked it...it does remind me of primus a lot...i was kinda expecting an ambient piece with all the quotes and whatnot...
  5. Adam Barkley

    Adam Barkley Mayday!

    Aug 26, 2003
    Jackson, MS
    I'm not feeling that guitar solo at all. Is this the stuff you created with your "internet band?" It certainly sounds like there is hardly any interplay between the instruments to me.

    I didn't like it, but I'm not your target audience anyway so don't be bummed.