I wish I wasn't old enough, but I am.
I hereby solemnly request access to the wonderful world of Harmony Central off-topic forums.I'm 53 years old and have served as Beyoncé's gynecologist.
Is there some kind of source where you go to if you are looking for (free) drumloops the use for your recordings? I'm having a hard time finding anything of that kind. Most I found had hardly any categorization which made searching extremely difficult.
I'm specifically looking for countrystuff, train beats with sticks etc. Any help is much appreciated!
Joe Bonamossa and Beth Hart have released their new album of duets, <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BY8DIT2/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00BY8DIT2&linkCode=as2&tag=onst-20">Seesaw</a>. I’m not normally a fan of Bonamossa because I don’t enjoy his singing. But with Beth Hart singing he comes up with music I can really enjoy. Hart has a very versatile voice and Bonamossa can match it with his playing. Together they manage to handle a wide range of Jazz and Blues,with a little swing thrown in. On this album Joe lets the vocals do the work while he handles the guitar with restraint in a way that reminds me of Mary Ford and Les Paul. If I didn’t know this was a Bonamossa album I wouldn’t even have noticed. I mean that as a compliment—he really knows how to be a virtuoso and keep his ego in check at the same time.