Easy Lovin' - Rya

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Easy Lovin' - Rya

Postby (Rya) » Sun Oct 27, 2019 8:49 am

Since I've been encouraged to keep posting here I thought I'd share one that I recorded a few months ago. I've always loved reggae music so from time to time I'll try and write something in that genre. On all my recordings I use my Rick 330, but with this one I have a small confession. During the recording a friend came to visit and brought his new guitar to show me. The rhythm, and the wah-wah part had already been recorded with the 330, but the short solo hadn't. So I used his new Tele for that, which pleased him immensely! It was a nice guitar actually and I enjoyed playing it. I only have one Rick so I may get a cheap Tele as a standby for gigs. It kind of lacked something tho that the Rick has and I couldn't quite put my finger on it...maybe it was resonance. Anyway, 'Easy Lovin' is a very simple,compact, 3 chord song that was made up during recording. It consists of drums, bass, and (unusually for me) 3 guitar parts; rhythm, the wah-wah, and the lead break. 3 vocals (2 harmonies on the chorus). We're learning it with the band, but I'm not a very good guitarist and so am struggling to play the wah-wah part and sing at the same time. Sure I'll get there in the end!
Hope you enjoy this one and thanks for listening.
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Re: Easy Lovin' - Rya

Postby (admin) » Wed Oct 30, 2019 1:37 pm

Thanks for the addition, Stuart. I enjoyed Easy Lovin'. Thanks for the ear worm too which is bouncing around in my head. :lol:
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