Ok it’s time for my 49th video in the jamming’ series. This is a great one!
Last weekend I had a recording session at a friends house. The main focus was to overdub accordion and percussion to a track that will be featured on my first Ubass focused album. Pass: silverfish
On the link above there is a few song samples from the upcoming album AND also an old update to my upcoming interactive UBass Bass method! More about this later!
If you have followed me for a while you know that this project has been going on for a couple of years by now! When will it be ready you might ask!? Well, it has taken quite a while mostly because the focus is different constellations for the different songs. I have recordedNow I have finally decided on how to release the songs and I will send out a newsletter soon letting my newsletter subscribers in om my plan!
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In the upcoming newsletter I will also try to release a snippet from one or two songs!
Once we were done recording the overdubs we also did a few play-throughs of a tango the accordion player had suggested we play.
I hope to record more with these fantastic musicians and the song in this video might also end up on a future ubass album!
On this video you’ll hear the great Tommy Nilsson on accordion. He works as a free lance musician and a music teacher. He plays a accordion he bought just the day before.
Side note: The Rämjes accordion is imported by a music store that I used to visit while I was younger living in Trollhättan, quite a coincidence I think!
Playing wonderful percussion (cahon and finger shakers on the track) is Lasse Fhager. He is currently working as percussion player (mainly as a timpanist) in the world reknown Swedish Chamber Orchestra that is based in Orebro, Sweden. He also used to be my drum and percussion teacher while I studied at the Örebro University.
The track they overdubbed parts to will be mixed and hopefully included on my, above mentioned, first Ubass focused album and I can hardly wait letting you hear it!
The song in the video is written by french accordion player extraordinaire, Richard Galliano.
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…AND… video no. 50 in the jamming’ series is in the pipeline. It’s gonna be a game changer I can promise🙂
All the best,