After learning easy methods to finger pick blues guitar for the final forty years or so, it strikes me that thumb movement control is significant.
Radio personalities Garrison Keillor, Rush Limbaugh and Howard Stern weren’t flying by the seat of their pants while the microphone was sizzling. They were supported by the written phrase as a result of they wanted to verify they would be delivering some signature lines throughout their broadcasts, something memorable that their listeners would share with others. To go on air fully unscripted is to come back to work unprepared.
The close to-universal acclaim of the reunions proved that Hancock was nonetheless a whale of a pianist; that Miles’ loose mid-’60s post-bop path was far from spent; and that the time for a neo-conventional revival was close to, lastly bearing fruit in the ’80s with Wynton Marsalis and his ilk. V.S..P. continued to hold sporadic reunions by means of 1992, although the loss of life of the indispensable Williams in 1997 cast a lot doubt as as to if these gatherings would proceed.
Whether that specific tune is considered ‘Blues’ or not is not the purpose. Even fundamental forms of blues tunes have variations and perhaps many do ‘sound the same’, BUT they’re undoubtedly not, not more than attempting to play every Chuck Berry (12-bar) tune in the identical key with the identical chord adjustments…. yet no two are exactly alike, although I’ve seen (& heard) some storage bands exit in public and play them that way.
I like the best way the lights at evening replicate off of the encompassing surfaces. The easy parking sign at the TD Centre created intense red shadows and the yellow automotive and road lights added to the combo. Once I took this reference picture, it was a messy moist January snow. The massive concrete wall along the TD centre added to the composition.