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  1. Hi guys, I think it's about time that I open up another big project because… :huh: well just because I can. B) I really got into Blues lately, more so than usual, and I thought to myself: well, where's all the good stuff? There really should be more great Blues and Blues Rock in RS. So I went online looking for tabs and songbooks of artists that would fit the bill. Along the way I discovered some great new musicians and bands that I didn't even knew before, so that's certainly a plus but I also found a lot of great tabs that I can use to get some of the most epic Blues and Blues Rock songs int
  2. http://www.okayplayer.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/finding-fela-hue.jpg Inspired by watching last years documentary "Finding Fela" (which is streaming on Netflix btw), I slowly started listening to his entire discography and was really enticed to bring his songs to RS and because the parts of the rhythm section are really easy to transcribe, I thought I'd work out all of his songs eventually. I am starting out with bass transcriptions because I'm most comfortable with that but I plan on adding guitars and vocals at a later point. Anyone who's interested in helping can provide transcriptions
  3. This topic is both for testing and discussing collaboration on both Parts of "Tubular Bells" by Mike Oldfield. I have now finished transcribing (the bass) and syncing "Part 1" and will try to get a test version done soon. Here is the GP file for anyone interested in working out the guitar parts: https://www.dropbox.com/s/33hq98nt017fpvm/Mike%20Oldfield%20-%20Tubular%20Bells%20%28Part%201%29.gpx?dl=0 Just let me know in the comments if you want to help out. Maybe some of you can work together and transcribe different parts of the track. I can also try my hand on some of the easier guitar s
  4. WIP: To-Do List: Al Jarreau - Boogie DownAl Jarreau - Love Is RealAl Jarreau - Rainbow In Your EyesAl Jarreau - Spirit Allen Toussaint - Chokin' KindAllen Toussaint - Last TrainAllen Toussaint - Victims Of Darkness Aretha Franklin - Good To Me As I Am To YouAretha Franklin - Niki HoekyAretha Franklin - Old LandmarkAretha Franklin - Tracks Of My Tears Average White Band - Work To Do Barry White - Honey Please, Can't You SeeBarry White - I'll Do For You Anything You Want Me To Bill Withers - Do It GoodBill Withers - Lovely Day Blood, Sweat & Tears - 40,000 HeadmenBlood, Sweat & T
  5. http://www.allgigs.co.uk/images/object/artist/72071/Iron_Butterfly-1-200-200-100-crop.gif Time for another project, that I can sporadically work on whenever I feel the need. :) Iron Butterfly has been one of my favorite bands ever since I got into music from the 60s and 70s. As famous as they are for "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", most people don't even know anything else about them. So, I think it's fair to say, that they are still extremely underrated because the songwriting and musicianship was a lot stronger than they are usually given credit for. The songs may be short and simplistic for t
  6. I guess you know how this works, so instead of me explaining, here's the link to all my customs: Link Below you can find my ongoing projects, so take a peek if you're interested and if you find something you like let me know. You're always welcome to tab something out yourself of course. Progressive Music Project: As any of you might have guessed from the list of customs I've release and the ones released by others that I showed interested in the most, I'm a big fan of progressive music of any kind and the fact that the progressive tag can be applied to almost every genre is what makes it s
  7. Hey guys, If you haven't figured it out by now, then let me tell you that I'm an avid music collector, always looking for great obscure records from earlier periods (especially the 60's and 70's) and also ones that are rather well known but escaped my keen senses for the longest time somehow. I love all that stuff because it lets me (re)discover the roots of my favorites genres and therefore broaden my musical horizon further and further. The reason for my post however is the fact, that I've long been keeping an extended playlist of all my favorites tracks from the 60's up to the 90's in my i
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