Very nice funky feel. This groove is ripe for all kinds of creative improvisation to happen, and it does. The guitar solo is very good and fits into the groove and the overall sound nicely with an excellent smooth slightly overdriven sound.
The sax/guitar interplay is very tastefully done and sounds really good. The drums provide a rock solid foundation that keeps the drive of the funk going nicely.
This is jammin! Way to go. Like the tempo and ...all of it. Rockin guitar! Enjoyable tune that keeps pumpin until the end. Reminds me a bit of the old Mathew Ward guitar, if you know who that is. Cool sax action too! I like how you treat the funky melody with various lead instruments.
Wish I knew how much of this is automated and how much is human... the execution is just perfect. Given perfect execution by a machine, you got to turn to things like composition and transition to rate it.
You know, you can't praise a machine for never dropping a beat or for being precise. You have to evaluate the human driving the machine, and you really can't do that until you know what he did.
Is there a bass player on this piece? Is the drummer real? I do see a sax credit.. is that the only human playing an instrument?
This could feasibly be a Casio keyboard at Costco on "demo" mode... or a really tight groovy band of humans with skills and polish.
I can't tell.
Comment Written 03-Jul-2012
reply by the artist on 04-Jul-2012
Hi,it's it's an "auto jam", i started recording drums, bass, guitar, keyboards and my friend played sax on it. That's all ;)
Thanks for the review !