Melodica Studies and Blues Melodica Recordings

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  • #9591

    Lowboy
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    Hi Melodicans,

    Here is a recording of about ten melodica solos from a live performance of acoustic roots/folk/rock music. I hope this link works. It has been a while since I have posted anything from SoundCloud.

    . . . Well I tried about eight times to post a SoundCloud track and it did not work. I must have lost my touch or I got locked out after several attempts. I will try later.

    In any case, that track is on my SoundCloud page along with other melodica studies and blues recordings. I created these studies and recordings to show how expressive the melodica can be. (The links to all of these recordings, originally posted on MelodicaWorld, were broken by Dropbox.com as they changed to a new service.)

    So when you get a chance, put on some headphones and listen to a few of my recordings on SoundCloud. I think you will hear some interesting sound you never thought could be made with a melodica. You can find my SoundCloud page by searching SoundCloud.com for “Lowboy Bootay.”

    In the meantime I will figure out how to properly embed a SoundCloud link in a MelodicaWorld post. It looks like the process has changed.

    Regards,

    Lowboy

    #9593

    Alan Brinton
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    That works. Instructive, worth studying. Got my dog Charlie barking and his sister Etta mildly woofing.

    #9594

    Lowboy
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    LOL The melodica seems to have that effect on dogs.

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