|Boomer The Dog - 2015-05-02 |
Wow, I like this version, never seen this before, a classic! I remember Dusic, and Dazz, disco jazz, even more.
I've been trying to find another band that I thought was Brick, because of the sound, it's from the early 80s and they do a song that goes, 'Right back where, I started from, back to your arms, I belong with you girl' and it has funky guitar, flute, falsetto, a Brick sounding track. Searches on the lyrics are so general that nothing comes up.
|morva - 2015-05-02 |
Yep, this is funky alright. Good shit.
But during the flute solo, look at the dude's mouth...you can't physically play the flute like that. Heh heh...flute-lipsyncing badly.
I realise most likely all the instruments are being mimed, but it's just very obvious during the solo.
He's mouthing phonemes into it while he plays to get a sort of subtle talkbox effect, I've seen people do it, although not anywhere near that well.
It's something I associate with the tambin, although the rock and roller Ian Anderson made use of the technique to good effect.
Here's a dear old friend of Oscar's jamming with a real master of the form.
|morva - 2015-05-12 |
Well I'll be damned. Thanks to both of you, that's very cool.
I played the flute for a few years in primary school but obviously didn't stick with it long enough. :)
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