is a preliminary mix, but it gets the idea across. As far as production
notes go, for the most part it was done in the Cakewalk environment.
The guitar is my vintage Gibson Flying V. I ran it through my old
Boss BE-5 pedal board and through Cakewalk's Amp Sim Lite (4X12
open back British Overdrive setting). Everything else is midi. The
song itself was inspired by a very special lady in the Deep South.
(In Briefcase)] [REAL AUDIO]
TERRY VEZINA UNDER PSEUDONYM "ROBIN DUIR"
RECORDED: SUMMER '95 (4 TRACK ANALOG) ALL INSTRUMENTS AND
VOCALS BY ROBIN DUIR (VEZINA)
This is an early demo version of a song currently under reconstruction
using better gear. There are a few "hiccups" in this version as
a result of bringing the song into a digital environment on an archaic
computer. Stay tuned for the updated version.
nice mellow tune here from Easy Rider Robin. Looking forward to
some more recent stuff. Well done.
I gotta create a 'Classic Rock' category, or something, because
this cat definitely nails the vibe! With 'Sweetest Mystery,' long
time uploader Terry Vezina shares with us yet another tasty track
(great chord changes and keyboard work, supporting a nice melodywith
gal-inspired lyrics!). This one also features a great lead,
courtesy of the Flying-V-wielding axeman!!! Fans of '70s flavored
rock (and that era's guitar stylists) will totally dig this!
1969 (at the exact hour that Easy Rider was first released
in theatres...just a little bit of pointless trivia there)
SMALL COMMUNITY IN NORTHERN ONTARIO, CANADA
DAVID GILMOUR, JIMI HENDRIX, BUDDY GUY, BB KING, LONNIE MACK, TOMMY
JAMES (There are more, but I think these would be the top ones)
A.G.B., DAS GOAT, PHUZION, LOOSE GRAFITTI, RIFF RAFF, PAISLEY RAINBOW,
THE FALLING DOG BLUES CLUB BAND, THE 45'S, ANDERSON COUNSEL
WORK IN THE FIELD: FORMERLY RECORDING ENGINEER AT TORCHLIGHT
STUDIOS, CURRENTLY FREELANCING AS SOUND TECH FOR CLUBS AND FESTIVALS
POINT IN MUSICAL CAREER: MEETING BB KING.