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On y danse


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VicDiesel

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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Folk-dance? This uses samples from a long-out-of-print album.
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Uploaded: Nov 25, 2012 - 07:17:55 PM
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2012 - 09:22:27 PM Last Played: Aug 10, 2017 - 06:23:04 PM
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michaeljayklein said 1763 days ago (November 26th, 2012)
The Celtic Stomp
Okay, the intro got me reaching up to adjust my speaker knobs (so that got my attention!) and I enjoyed this spirited danse very much Vic (as always, immaculate work and arranged in a way that is similar to being able to see a penny at the bottom of a well--that kind of crystal clarity). Lots of charming aplomb here; thanks for sharing it!
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VicDiesel said 1763 days ago (November 26th, 2012)
Celtic
There is only so much you can do with a fiddle..... This is in fact from France.

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Skean said 1763 days ago (November 26th, 2012)
On y danse
The intro or was it the pict? I do not know but something got me interested, a little different folk music but very
catchy, enjoyed.
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RochaMalhada said 1763 days ago (November 26th, 2012)
Nice but

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I really dig the bass line...

. - Harold

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Philip18 said 1763 days ago (November 26th, 2012)
On y danse
Lively, varied - different sounds from what I expected. A good blend of modern and traditional. Beautifully recored and mixed. Very entertaining!
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PeterB7858 said 1763 days ago (November 26th, 2012)
On y danse
An uplifting melange of old and new. Would definitely get the floor shaking on a Saturday night in the local pub. Quality mix. Thanks, Peter.
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finkeldink said 1762 days ago (November 27th, 2012)
Folk-dance
The progressions and changes are very interesting and held my interest well through the entire song.

I really love the funky stuff at 3:11.

Beyond celtic! Very cool!
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Vic Holman said 1761 days ago (November 27th, 2012)
On y danse
great piece. you have a cool way of putting a twist on musical genres. very cool indeed.
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egobandit said 1761 days ago (November 28th, 2012)
that looks like
a brooklyn roof top in bay ridge but for all I know its San francisco , very trippy to me, I like the combinations of different genres in this vey weird the way its put together but it works real well
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Jarvoid said 1759 days ago (November 30th, 2012)
Nice piccie.............you sly ould divil you...
and I know that it is not celtic or even from the british isles ....is it Breton if it is French fiddle.....reminds me of Jig a Jig by East of Eden ...which is always good..

Cheers

Chris
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particledots said 1756 days ago (December 3rd, 2012)
very nice
like an amped up, ramped up penguin cafe orchestra

i like how you manipulated the samples here
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bud said 1755 days ago (December 3rd, 2012)
Very creative use of the samples
cool bass line you worked in and the rhthym track is awesome. I like how the Celtic went kind of Western as in Copeland at around two minutes. Excellent track.
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bud said 1755 days ago (December 3rd, 2012)
Very creative use of the samples
cool bass line you worked in and the rhthym track is awesome. I like how the Celtic went kind of Western as in Copeland at around two minutes. Excellent track.
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paul f. page said 1752 days ago (December 7th, 2012)
bass loop
is really cool, Vic. Since this is a glue job of all sorts of short loops, it has a whole lot of energy built in right from the get-go. I think it would be terrific to now take off from those two fiddle measures and let a longer tune develop. On the other hand, this works really well as a sort of celtic dance/stomp just as it is. ... Always creative.
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VicDiesel said 1752 days ago (December 7th, 2012)
Fiddle
Not sure what you're suggesting here. I'm actually using 3 or 4 different fiddle loops (cut from a 4minute track), and with a bass line force them to appear in different chords than they actually are. I'm kind of recomposing the original tune. Do you want me to build something on just the first fiddle loop? I think it would get monotonous....
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Doug Somers said 1540 days ago (July 7th, 2013)
Celtically/medievally cool
Amazingly creative, this piece covers so many bases that it's hard to pin down in genre since it weaves - folk-rock works for me though. It's a little like La Bottine Souriant's more recent work, and even has an almost Quebecois flair at the 2:30 mark. Nicely done Vic! I too was moved to dance.

Doug
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In past lives, VicDiesel was a country fiddler, a shawm player at the Burgundy court, bellows pumper for JS Bach, Geoff Emerick's factotum, and a beggar playing drums in the streets of Calcutta for alms. Unusually, the memories of all that co... [see more]

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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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