Remember Me?

» Welcome Guest
[ Log In :: Register ]
  n-Track Studio » n-Track Discussion Forum » Other topics » n-Track Studio music » Just to the first to post here
Page 1 of 2 Skip to Page:
< Older | Newer >
Topic: Just to the first to post here, Some accordion music
Post #1 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Posted On: Sep. 08 2004, 7:35 PM
Bubbagump
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 3152
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: 1.34

Offline
Something to brighten your day. :D



Link
Contact Information:  Bubbagump

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #2 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 08 2004, 7:38 PM
MidnightToker
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 839
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: None

Offline
Did you see the commercial (during the Super Bowl I think) where they had a young Jimi looked at a guitar in a window & then looking across the street as an accordian shop?  He picked the guitar & the rest is history.  It was funny!
Contact Information:  MidnightToker

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #3 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 08 2004, 7:46 PM
Bubbagump
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 3152
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: 1.34

Offline
Yup, could he have made a worse decision?
Contact Information:  Bubbagump

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #4 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 09 2004, 12:48 AM
ksdb
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 924
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: None

Offline
The accordion has worked out well for Weird Al. I wouldn't complain.

I liked the song, Bubba, like a breath of fresh air and well-executed. Although now I'm in the mood for pizza.
Contact Information:  ksdb

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #5 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 09 2004, 2:54 AM
stone
 

No avatar chosen




Group: Members
Posts: 1
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: None

Offline
Snazzy! Great song, Bubba. Triggers the ol' happy endorphins.

Stone
Contact Information:  stone

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #6 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 09 2004, 4:14 PM
Bubbagump
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 3152
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: 1.34

Offline
Hrm, I guess I only posted this the first time on Audio Minds. Well, glad you had fun with it.
Contact Information:  Bubbagump

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #7 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 10 2004, 6:36 PM
jeromee
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 278
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: None

Offline
NICE!!!!!!!! I really like it!!!!! Good mix also.
Funny story for you. I'm in my 30's and was having chest pains.Went to the doctor to find out if it was a heart attack. Turns out I pulled my diaphragm muscle learning to play the accordian:) My hats off to you!!!!
Contact Information:  jeromee

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #8 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 10 2004, 9:58 PM
Bubbagump
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 3152
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: 1.34

Offline
Well, if you're gonna get hurt, might as well do it playing accordion. :) But me thinks you are working too hard. Let the bellows do the work.
Contact Information:  Bubbagump

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #9 Skip to the next post in this topic.
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 12 2004, 1:14 AM
Jeffster
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 19
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: None

Offline
This is an enjoyable listen, bubba.  Am not a big accordian fan, but in your hands, I'm glad to hear that the instrument lives on. I'm sure it's a big hit at some of those street fairs that you perform at. With the right atmosphere, I can imagine that it really gets an audience movin' and groovin' to the beat.  I also enjoy the Weird Al comedic use, and think that "Alternative Polka" is one of the best uses of accordian that I have heard, but yours is a close second bubba!  :D  And that commercial with the young Jimi choosing the guitar shop over the accordian shop was just too funny for words!
Contact Information:  Jeffster

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
Post #10
Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Sep. 13 2004, 4:04 PM
Bubbagump
 

Avatar




Group: Members
Posts: 3152
Joined: Sep. 2004

Member Rating: 1.34

Offline
BTW, that whole track is MIDI. There is not a real instrument in the mix. I wish I could play like that... :)
Contact Information:  Bubbagump

  • AOL  AOL:
  • ICQ  ICQ:
  • MSN  MSN:
  • YIM  Yahoo:
WEB  
< Older | Newer >
18 replies since Sep. 08 2004, 7:35 PM
Page 1 of 2 Skip to Page:
  n-Track Studio » n-Track Discussion Forum » Other topics » n-Track Studio music » Just to the first to post here

© 2014 n-Track Software
Powered by iF 1.0.1 © 2006 ikonForums