Oooh ! thank you very much.
Perhaps that’s because I haven’t followed the “classical rockabilly stream” ! or because I grew up between Balkan & America, in the wine-land (and wine-town : Bordeaux) ! More seriously : i love the simple way Louis Vola (and the second Django’s bassist) and Slam Stewart played.You have to hear “Swing Dynamyc” from Django.For slap technic : I try everything I got in my brain.
Thank you very much Djordje,
We are working with a clarinetist these days.Hey !that’s again my poor english ! I meant I like also the “second” Django’s bassist named Emmanuel Soudieux that you can hear on ”
Swing dynamique “.Louis Vola was surely the first !(we say HCF ;)) but Django played also with Roger Grasset, Emmanuel Soudieux or Tony Rovira.
You can find “Swing dynamique” on musicme for instance.
I’m glad I’m giving you new ideas and getting you better.Let’s listen “you rascal you” from Django.I was a punk rocker too ! and turned to swing and jazz but still playing rockabilly and blues.
What about “New-Orleans” jazz ?
Thanks, they are “Cordes Lambert” strings, a french trade I’m working with for six years.And I’m very proud my name will be the name of this strings when they sell them on march.I gonna post something about in next few weeks.
kind of nylon-whackers strings.Great substitute to gut.
You can find all explanations on their page : [url=http://www.myspace.com/cordeslambert][/url]
Feel free to ask me about in the “Cordes Lambert” topic at AOSB.