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    Posted: 29 Nov 2011 at 6:26pm
No, I'm not asking for addition to the site, just to have a peek if you don't mind.

http://soundcloud.com/tutan-jamon

It's piano/vocals, bass, guitar/vocals, drums,  sax and another vocalist. (6 in total)

The production isn't really great, but I hope some of you can enjoy some of it.

Opinions are all welcome.
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I intend to check it while working. Thank you.
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Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

I intend to check it while working. Thank you.

No, thank you for listening.

Lyrics are in spanish by the way.


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A flavor of Jazz/Funk Rock unified in the whole. I think that arrangement and the song are well-done. Thank you. At least Japanese does not have culture to make such a good music...
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Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

A flavor of Jazz/Funk Rock unified in the whole. I think that arrangement and the song are well-done. Thank you. At least Japanese does not have culture to make such a good music...

Approve Yep, funky it is, thanks for listening, I value your opinion.

Ah, I wouldn't be that sure about Japan, I thought the same of Argentina. You just need to search for the new stuff, the indie/under, you can be surprised. Do you know the band 'Toe'? A good new math/post rock japanese band, although not sure how much you're into math/post rock music.

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I was not really familiar very much about Post Rock, but knew the existence of "Toe". Toe is really known as Post Rock band in Japan. Fans are few, but I think that their music is good. As for at least it, a part of the musicality such as "Tortoise" was felt for me.
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 ^Thumbs Up Yep, theyre pretty cool.
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Sounds like a good time Pablo. They remind me of Traffic a little bit.
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Originally posted by js js wrote:

Sounds like a good time Pablo. They remind me of Traffic a little bit.

Thanks, that's quite a compliment! They're pretty  new and amateurish in some aspects (production especially), but I think they do know how to compose some interesting stuff.

By the way, my bro is the pianist, very jazz oriented he is. 

Thanks for your time.
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Interesting, I noticed the piano player knew some nice jazz chord voicings.



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