Thanks Rick. I love the focus on the little things. The in-between bits seem to give a lot of character while keeping the groove. Loving this series!
Thanks Eric - I’m glad you’re diggin it. I really believe the licks alone don’t sound “official“ if people overlook the details.
I love this Rick! Sounds like I should be able to apply some stuff from the Sonny Boy's Groove lesson. Excited!
Glad you like it, Eric! Stylistically, it’s all Sonnyboy, so yes, a lot of the same feel will apply to both pieces. Have fun with it and let me know how you’re doing.
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Just kidding. Thanks for addressing this topic. I am trying to play less and less, where I can.
I frickin' love this song and Robert can hardly keep his pleasure contained. Me too! I'm smiling with him. I followed this series when it first came out now it's time to try again. Love yer work, Rick!
Thanks Eric - This kinda stuff is a lot of fun to me too.
One of my all-time faves. Slobbering over my harps in anticipation... Bring me a bib!
I could be biased, but I think this is gonna be a good one!
This is the coolest song ever (well, one of 'em anyway). I am loving the forensic detail with what is going on with the hands and tongue. Thanks Rick!
Thanks Corey once again. I will bear your words in mind! Cheers, Eric.
"We don't want to be singing straight." True! Thanks for these tips Corey. They are very useful! Cheers!
Thanks Eric. I would also add that if we sing with too much variation then it loses its appeal...gets worn out.
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