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"I've found a new baby" , new extract from the album "Why not?"

Hey guys, i'm happy to share with you the new video from the album : "i ve found a new baby"

https://youtube.com/watch?v=_-CwB00IFYI

The album is available, send me your email address then i ll send a paypal request and will ship the album worldwide. I still have the last 10 copies of Swinging in Paris.

Keep swinging !!

Romain
(romainvuilleminquartet(at)gmail(dot)com)
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  • sounds great Romain
  • Great rhythm from both guitars.
    I was trying to figure out the sweet chord progression variations from Romain. Some of it I think I got but some I have trouble with. Anybody knows what's he doing there during the violin melody?
    Every note wants to go somewhere-Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • Wim GlennWim Glenn oƃɐɔᴉɥƆModerator 503
    On the head in that all sounds pretty standard to me, was there a spot in particular you're asking about?
  • edited December 2018
    Hey Wim, I spent some time with it today and I think I got some of it now.

    I see in the second bar he does two beats A7 then two beats of Edim (which is something I don't think about doing so it's nice to hear it working nicely). What was throwing me starts in the bar five but I think I see what he does now, basically I G7 Db7 I C7 I with G7 as:
    --5--
    --6--
    --3--
    --5--
    --5--
    --x--

    Then starting in bar 7 he walks from F to A7, does two beats of F then beat each of
    ----x---x---
    ----x---x---
    ----4---5---
    ----3---4---
    ----x---x---
    ----4---5---
    Then goes to A7 with the same voicing like the G7 earlier for two beats
    ----7----
    ----8----
    ----6----
    ----7----
    ----7----
    ----x----
    Then two beats of Eb7 as approach to the second A section.
    Is that about right?

    I hear him walking A7 and D- in the B section, I came up with something that's gotta be similar to what he's doing using similar thinking as in the A section.
    That was a nice little lesson for me.

    Every note wants to go somewhere-Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • Wim GlennWim Glenn oƃɐɔᴉɥƆModerator 503
    edited December 2018
    Yes seems right except I think the G chord not like

    --5--
    --6--
    --3--
    --5--
    --5--
    --x--

    it sounds like Romain is using fatter rhythm chords, more like

    --5--
    --6--
    --4--
    --5--
    --5--
    --3--

    left thumb on the bass note, and middle finger pushing down both A + D strings 5th fret
  • edited December 2018
    Ah that's a typo on the G string, should be B note, 4 fret of course. Yeah, I was trying to pay attention to that specifically and to me it didn't look like he was thumbing the bass note but there is a really fat tone which I thought was coming from the rhythm guitar (not sure what his name is).
    Cool, thanks for checking into it man.
    Every note wants to go somewhere-Kurt Rosenwinkel
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