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  1. jazluvr
    12-09-2011 04:30 PM
    jazluvr
    example of a bossa-nova song..."Girl from Ipanima" by Antonio Carlos Jobim, and no, i didn't google that...lol. Unfortunatly, like a lot of jazz styles and musicians, $$ watered down and ruined the uniqueness of these original root-styles of music.

    I used to love learning about different cultures to see where the music came from, but I'm afraid I've forgotten sooo much.
  2. jazluvr
    12-09-2011 04:10 PM
    jazluvr
    That's a good question, only really well trained musicians are fluent in being able to easily differentiate and gracefully play these rythyms.
    What i can tell you is, these and african type beats mixed in with american music, (waltz, -3/4--6/8 and 4/4-rock consists of the soup which is jazz...a mixture of rythyms, beats, melodies, and notation-note-progression.

    Curious...why do you ask? You got me thinking now...lol. Man, i miss playing.
  3. jazluvr
    12-09-2011 03:52 PM
    jazluvr
  4. jazluvr
    12-09-2011 03:47 PM
    jazluvr
    I used to be able to differentiate some latino rythyms years ago , but because i haven't played in many years, my ears got some "fat" on them as us drummers say...lol.

    Now-a-days i couldn't tell a rhumba from a samba, let alone a bossa-nova. All i really remember is it's a back-beat rythym popular more in Cuban than other latino rythyms....nope i was wrong...it has brazilian roots.

    It can be played in different time signatures too, which gets really interesting.
  5. MANIAC310
    12-06-2011 09:07 AM
    MANIAC310
    Sorry I hadn't back to you....

    como la quieres?
  6. SirTomJones
    12-05-2011 06:52 PM
    SirTomJones
    I got Maniac to do mine
  7. MANIAC310
    09-27-2011 08:50 AM
    MANIAC310
    I tried to go with the whole green,white,Red theme, but in the process ended up changing the colors

    what do you think?
  8. MANIAC310
    09-27-2011 12:29 AM
    MANIAC310
    sure' I can do that
  9. MANIAC310
    09-25-2011 12:38 AM
    MANIAC310
    well this is how it works.

    you tell me who you want me to make it of and the color scheme.
  10. Luffy
    09-20-2011 12:10 PM
    Luffy
    no not to me

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