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This photo of the Atlanta Rhythm Section in 1972 shows some typical rock rhythm section instruments: guitars, piano, drums and electric bass. A rhythm section (also called a backup band) is a group of musicians within a music ensemble or band that provides the underlying rhythm, harmony and pulse of the accompaniment, providing a rhythmic and harmonic reference and "beat" for the rest of the band. The rhythm section is often contrasted with the roles of other musicians in the band, such as the lead guitarist or lead vocals whose primary job is to carry the melody. The core elements of the rhythm section are usually percussion instruments, especially the drum kit. The drums and bass provide the basic pulse and groove of a song. The section is augmented by other instruments such as keyboard instruments and guitars that are used to play the chord progression upon which the song is based. The bass instrument (either double bass or electric bass, or another low-register instrument, such as synth bass, depending on the group and its style of music) plays the low-pitched bassline that supports the chord progression, typically by playing a musically interesting bassline that fits with the harmony. The term is common in modern small musical ensembles, such as bands that play jazz, 1] country, blues, and rock. Instruments [ edit] A typical rhythm section comprises one or more guitars (either electric guitars, in rock music bands; acoustic guitars, in country music, folk music and blues or both electric and acoustic in some bands) and/or a keyboard instrument ( piano, electric piano, Hammond organ, synthesizer, etc. a double bass or electric bass (depending on the style of music) and drums (usually acoustic, but in some post-1980s styles, the drums may be electronic drums. 1] The bassist, guitarist, drummer, and keyboardist for The Fiery Furnaces. In some styles of music, there may be additional percussionists playing instruments such as the djembe or shakers. Some styles of music often have two electric guitarists, such as rock genres like heavy metal music and punk rock. Some styles of music use multiple keyboard instrument performers simultaneously (e. g., piano and Hammond organ or electric piano and synthesizer) for a fuller sound. A rhythm section could be as small as two or three instruments (e. g., a guitarist and a bassist or a power trio of bass, drums and guitar) or it may be a fairly large ensemble with several keyboardists, several guitarists, auxiliary string players ( mandolin, ukulele, etc. a drummer and percussionists. The largest rhythm sections may be led by a bandleader or a conductor who indicates the tempo of each song, starts each song, leads slow-downs of the music at cadences (sections of songs where the music comes to rest on a chord) and indicates when to change soloists and how and when the song will end. The instrumentalists used in a rhythm section vary according to the style of music and era. Modern pop, rock and jazz band rhythm sections typically consist of a drummer, a bass player, and one or more players of chordal instruments (e. g., a pianist, guitarist, etc. 2] The term rhythm section may also refer to the instruments in this group (named collectively the "rhythm section instruments. In music industry parlance, the amplifiers and some of the instruments are nicknamed the " backline. Backline instruments are commonly provided for bands at music festivals and other concerts where several bands will play during an event. By providing these backline instruments, the changeover process is quickened when new bands take the stage. The backline typically includes large and heavy items that are hard to transport, including large bass amplifiers and guitar amplifiers and their speaker cabinets, the drum kit (usually minus the cymbals and the snare drum, which each drummer brings from home) a Hammond organ, stage piano, and a keyboard amplifier. Even when a venue or festival provides a backline amplification, musicians must still supply some instruments themselves, such as guitars, an electric bass, and, in some cases, the cymbals and/or the snare drum. The venue informs musicians about which instruments are supplied as the backline for a specific concert or stage and in many cases, the contract signed by the band and the venue/promoter contains an explicit list of the backline gear that will be on stage, even specifying brand names and model numbers. Roles [ edit] In modern rock music, a rhythm guitarist specializes in rhythmic and chordal playing (as opposed to the melodic guitar solos and lead melody lines played by the lead guitar) often repeating quaver (eighth-note) half note or whole note chords. In the louder genres, such as hard rock, heavy metal and punk rock, rhythm guitarists often play power chords with distortion. Rhythm guitarists often strum open chords in pop, rock, country and folk music and play barre chords in many pop and rock styles. Although rhythm sections spend much of the time providing accompaniment (backing parts) for songs, in some cases, they provide other musical roles. In some songs or styles of music, instruments from the rhythm section may play soloistic roles on occasion (e. g., improvised guitar solos or solo breaks) or play a melodic role (e. g., a rhythm guitarist may play a lyrical countermelody behind a singer or a melodic intro line before the lead vocalist starts to sing. Since rhythm sections generally provide the background music for lead instruments and solo singers, rhythm sections are typically not as prominent as a singer or soloist. However, since rhythm sections provide the underpinning for a good performance by the lead instruments and vocalists, good rhythm sections are valued in the music industry. Some of the most accomplished rhythm sections have become famous, such as The Band, the E Street Band and Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare (the latter in reggae. In some popular bands, all of the band members, including rhythm section members, have become famous as individuals (e. g., the rhythm section members of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, etc. In almost all genres of popular music and traditional music that use rhythm sections, ranging from rock to country to jazz, the rhythm section members are expected to be able to improvise (make up) their parts or prepare their own parts for a given song by listening to the CD at home. Once the bassist and chord-playing instruments are provided with the chord progression on a lead sheet (in which chords are typically named using the root note of the chord and its quality; e. g., C Major, d minor, G7, etc. they are expected to be able to improvise or prepare a bass line and chord voicings, respectively, that suit the style of the song. In each style of music, there are different musical approaches and styles that rhythm section members are expected to use. For example, in a country music song, the guitarist will be expected to be able to perform a chord progression using an intricate fingerpicking style; in a heavy metal song, the guitarist will be expected to play power chords and complex, precise rhythmic patterns; in a jazz song, a guitarist will be expected to be able to play "jazz voicings" of the chords, which emphasize the third, seventh and often the sixth or ninth chord tones (this contrasts with the barre chord voicings used in pop and rock, which emphasize the root, fifth, and to a lesser degree, the third of the chord. Drummers and percussionists are expected to be able to improvise or prepare rhythm parts that suit the style of a given song. In some cases, an arranger, orchestrator or composer will provide a written-out bass part or drum part written in music notation (the five-line staff in which the notes are round symbols with or without stems. It is rare in jazz or rock for chords to be written out in music notation; the arranger or songwriter typically writes the chord symbol and expects the guitarist to improvise the appropriate chord voicing. Other roles [ edit] Rhythm section members may be expected to sing backup vocals or harmony parts in some styles of music. In some styles of music, notably 2010s-era pop, hip hop music and funk, rhythm section members may be required to perform a rhythmic dance routine, which may range from a simple body movement to a complex dance choreography that requires significant dance skills. In some types of heavy metal music, rhythm section members (guitar, bass, drums) may be expected to be able to "headbang" move their head in an up and down fashion in time with the beat) while performing. Less commonly, some rhythm section members may sing lead vocals (e. g., Phil Collins or Sting. In some groups, one rhythm section member may have other roles, such as bandleader (e. g., jazz bassist Charles Mingus) conductor (often the case in 2010s-era musical theatre shows) songwriter, composer or arranger. Components [ edit] Jazz [ edit] Two members of Duke Ellington 's rhythm section at the Hurricane Ballroom: a jazz guitarist and an upright bass player. In the case of swing bands, the classic rhythm section comprises a quartet of electric guitar, piano, double bass, and drums; a noted example is that of the Count Basie Orchestra with Freddie Green, the Count, Walter Page, and Jo Jones. Earlier jazz bands had used banjo in place of guitar, and other bass instruments such as the tuba for recording purposes prior to the advent of microphone technology in studios. As bebop evolved, smaller jazz groups dropped the guitar, and many free jazz ensembles dropped the piano as well. Auxiliary percussion such as claves, bongos or maracas can also be used, especially in music influenced by strains from Latin America such as salsa and samba. In theory any instrument or instruments can provide a steady rhythm: for example, in the trio led by Jimmy Giuffre the late 1950s, the clarinet, valve trombone and guitar all switched between lead and supporting roles. In the 1950s, some jazz bandleaders began to replace the double bass with the then-newly invented electric bass. However, the electric bass really made a big impact on jazz in the 1970s, with the advent of jazz rock and jazz fusion. The electric bass was much easier to amplify to stadium-filling volumes using large bass speaker cabinets and amplifiers than an upright bass. The electric bass also began to be used as an expressive solo instrument, as exemplified by the performances of Jaco Pastorius and Stanley Clarke. In the 1970s, the main chordal rhythm instruments were often electric instruments such as the Rhodes electric piano or electric clavinet, often run through effects units such as fuzz, phasers, or wah-wah pedals and amplified through loud keyboard amplifiers. The jazz fusion rhythm section followed the lead of the rock rhythm sections of the era, and used banks of speakers and powerful amplifiers to create a massive sound large enough for stadium concerts. In the later 1980s and subsequent decades, jazz fusion bands such as the Chick Corea Elektric Band used synthesizers in the rhythm section, both for chordal accompaniment and for synth bass parts. R&B, rock and pop [ edit] This Polish group's rhythm section consists of a Hammond organist, an electric bassist, and a drummer. R&B and rock and roll groups in the 1950s emphasized rhythm, so their backup bands generally consisted only of the standard swing band rhythm section of guitar, piano, bass, and drums supporting a vocalist, and in some cases omitting the keyboards. The bass guitar took over from the double bass in the 1950s, and had almost completely taken over the bass role in the 1960s. As the 1960s progressed the term "rhythm section" as used in a pop music context sometimes came to refer to just the bass and drums. For example, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr of the Beatles were referred to as the band's rhythm section. In the 1970s, chordal instruments such as the electric and/or acoustic guitar and various keyboards (piano, electric piano, Hammond organ, clavinet) continued to be used to augment the bass and drums in soul, funk, and reggae groups. The sound of late 1960s and 1970s rhythm sections was often given a unique tone and sound due to the use of effects units. Funk bass players would play through auto-wah or envelope follower pedals. Reggae guitarists would plug into echo pedals. Rock guitarists would run their electric guitars through distortion and wah pedals. Electric piano or clavinet players also used effects. In the 1980s, many rock and pop bands continued to be based around the basic rock rhythm section established by 1960s and 1970s bands: electric bass, drums, and electric guitar or keyboards. In the 1980s, the first widely-affordable digital synthesizer, Yamaha 's DX7, was released. The distinctive FM synthesis tone of the DX7 is a key part of the sound of many 1980s pop and dance singles. As electronic effects became more sophisticated, with the development of digital signal processing, during the 1980s, there was some crossover between the roles played by electronic keyboards and electric guitar. Even though electronic keyboards or organs were the standard instruments used to create sustained "pads" of sound (e. g., held backing chords) for ballads, with the introduction of digital delay pedals and other modern effects, electric guitars could produce similar "pads" or " walls of sound. The Edge, the guitarist from the rock band U2, often used digital delay and reverb-drenched electric guitar arpeggios (chords played one note after the other) to create a shimmering, sustained "pad" for the group. These arpeggio pads created a sustained sound that was similar to the sound of an electronic keyboard. By the late 1980s, the price of digital effects pedals dropped, making these effects units available to the general public. During the 1980s era, rhythm sections in some styles of pop took an increasing turn towards electronic instruments. A 1980s-era dance pop band might be backed up by a rhythm section of a synth bass, electronic drums (or drum machine) and various synthesizer keyboards. In some 1980s and 1990s bands, live human rhythm sections were sometimes replaced by sequenced MIDI synthesizer rhythm tracks made in the studio. In the 1980s and 1990s, the roots rock scene went in the opposite direction from dance pop; roots rock favoured traditional instruments in the rhythm section such as acoustic piano, acoustic guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar, acoustic bass guitar and upright bass. Another 1980s-era trend that helped revive interest in acoustic instruments was the " MTV Unplugged " style of performances, in which a rock band performs with acoustic instruments, including acoustic guitars and an acoustic bass guitar. In rock and pop, rhythm sections range in size from the barest, stripped-down size of the " power trio. guitarist, bassist, and drummer) and the organ trio (Hammond organist, drummer, and a third instrument) to large rhythm sections with several stringed instrument players (mandolin, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, etc. multiple keyboard players (e. g., piano, Hammond organ, electric piano, synth) two instruments playing a bass role (e. g., bass guitar and synth bass) and a group of auxiliary percussionists (congas, shakers, etc. to fill out (or "sweeten" the sound. Some rhythm sections combine electronic/digital instruments that are sequenced, pre-recorded backup tracks and live instruments (including electric, electronic and acoustic instruments. Musical roles [ edit] Jazz is one of the styles that often features rhythm section members on solos. The drums and bass both supply a rhythmic pulse for the music, and the bass instrument supplies a harmonic foundation with a bassline. The types of basslines performed by the bass guitarist vary widely from one style of music to another. Despite all of the differences in the styles of bassline in most styles of popular music, the bass guitarist fulfills a similar role: anchoring the harmonic framework (often by emphasizing the roots of the chord progression) and laying down the beat (in collaboration with the drummer. The importance of the bass guitarist and the bass line varies in different styles of music. In some pop styles, such as 1980s-era pop and musical theater, the bass sometimes plays a relatively simple part, and the music forefronts the vocals and melody instruments. In contrast, in reggae or funk, entire songs may be centered around the bass groove, and the bassline is very prominent in the mix. Similarly, the role of the drummer varies a great deal from one style of music to another. In some types of music, such as traditional 1950s-style country music, the drummer has a rudimentary "timekeeping" role, and the drums are placed low in the mix by the sound engineers. In styles such as progressive rock, metal, and jazz fusion, the drummers often perform complex, challenging parts, and the drums may be given a prominent placement in the mix; as well, the drummer may be often given prominent solo breaks, fills, or introductions that put the spotlight on their technical skills and musicality. In the more experimental forms of free jazz and jazz fusion, the drummer may not play the strict "timekeeping" role that is associated with drums in pop music. Instead, the drums may be used more to create textured polyrhythmic soundscapes. In this type of situation, the main pulse is often provided by the bass player rather than the drummer. The rhythm section members sometimes break out of their accompaniment role when they are asked to perform keyboard solos, bass breaks, or drum solos. In genres such as progressive rock, art rock, or progressive metal, the rhythm section members may play complicated parts along with the lead guitar (or vocalist) and perform extended solos. In jazz groups and jazz fusion bands, the rhythm section members are often called on to perform improvised solos. In jazz, the drummer may "trade" short solo sections with a saxophone player or trumpet player; this practice, nicknamed "trading fours" typically involves the drummer and the horn player alternating four bar solo sections during a jazz tune. They can also trade eights, twos, ones, or other numbers depending on the musical context. Variants [ edit] Organ trios [ edit] In organ trios, the lower octaves of a Hammond organ or electronic keyboard are used as a substitute for bass guitar or double bass. The organist can play the bassline using the bass pedal keyboard or using the lower manual. As well, the organist could play right-hand chords and melodies. Organ trios were a widely used type of jazz ensemble in the 1950s and 1960s to play hard bop. Organ trios are sometimes used in rock as well. The Doors ' keyboardist Ray Manzarek used a keyboard bass to play the bass lines. Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger, and drummer John Densmore would act as an organ trio with the addition of singer Jim Morrison. Dixieland bands [ edit] Dixieland band rhythm sections sometimes use a tuba for the bassline. New Orleans or Dixieland jazz bands occasionally use tuba, sousaphone, or bass saxophone in place of the double bass that was common in 1920s-era jazz bands. This tradition developed from the origins of New Orleans music in marching bands, which used instruments that could be carried on harnesses or with straps. Marching bands use a mixture of brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments, because all of these instruments can be played while marching. Other variants [ edit] Not all rhythm sections follow the standard model of drummer-bassist-chordal instrument. Some bands have no drummer. In bands without a drummer, one or more instruments from the rhythm section often play in styles that replace the drum kit role—that is laying down the beat and backbeat. Traditional bluegrass bands typically do not have a drummer. In bluegrass bands, the timekeeping role is shared between several instruments: the upright bass generally plays the on-beats while the mandolin plays chop chords on the off-beats, with the banjo also keeping a steady eighth note rhythm. This distributed nature allows for rhythmic continuity while players take turns highlighting the melody. In funk-oriented groups that do not have a drummer, the electric bass player may take over some of the drummer's role by using slap bass. With slap bass, the bassist slaps the low strings to create a strong "thump" similar to the bass drum's role) and "snaps" or "pops" the high strings to create a percussive effect (the latter takes over some of the role played by the hi-hat cymbals. In some bands, there may be no bass player—the basslines may be played by the piano player, synth player, or guitarist. Using a guitar player to provide basslines is particularly effective if a guitar player has a seven-string guitar with a low "B" string. Some jazz duos consist of a singer accompanied by a single piano player. In these duos, the jazz piano player has a challenging task; they have to provide all of the rhythmic and harmonic foundation that would normally be provided by a full rhythm section. A jazz pianist accompanying a singer in a duo needs to play a deep bassline, chords, and fill-in melody lines while the singer is performing. The pianist often improvises an instrumental solo in between vocal melodies. 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Legendary piano player, Dean Daughtry, has decided its time to get off the road. For nearly five decades, he has led ARS with his commanding talents. Dean deserves a huge party. Yall cmon! From humble beginnings in south Alabama, Dean began touring the world with Roy Orbison in the 60s. Working next with the Classics IV and then founding Atlanta Rhythm Section, Dean would become a living legend writing some of the greatest tunes ever recorded. Its fitting since so many of his road trips began here in Atlanta, the town will now serve as Deans official curtain call and final stop on the road. This is a great excuse to come to town and see the holiday lights. Sitting in the heart of ATL, the Buckhead Theatre anchors the vibrant music scene in the citys most vibrant neighborhood. Opened in 1931 and painstakingly restored in 2010, the theatre invites you through her original Art Deco doorway into an intimate interior now outfitted with state of the art lighting and sound systems. ‘Didnt I go there in the 80s? Yup, it was The Roxy back then. If you havent been to the renovated theatre, its definitely worth another visit. Some amazing shows are constantly being announced. Be sure to check out the Allman/Betts Band when theyre there. What a great band! For more information, click here... It's Been A Long Road Old Buddy. After decades of traveling and performing in front of millions, Dean Daughtry has decided its now time to get off that long road. As one of ARSs founding members and main songwriters Dean was truly instrumental to the bands success. His touch is obvious listening to any ARS record. His talents shine when you hear ‘So Into You, Imaginary Lover and any number of the great songs he was essential in penning. ‘Dog Days, ‘Normal Love, there are so many incredible ARS songs founded upon the incredible piano playing that Dean brought to the group. As the band approaches its 50th anniversary, we are truly disheartened that we will not have our ‘Old Buddy on the road with us. Dean is the longest riding member of Atlanta Rhythm Section having literally been on the road continuously for well over forty years. Some of you may have noticed his occasional absence over the past couple years. Weve been fortunate to have some very talented friends able to sit in when weve needed them. Lee Shealy, who we met through Andy Anderson, has performed with the band several times now and will man the piano for us into 2020. Lee grew up in Atlanta and were sure everyone will like him as much as we do. We hope that Dean and Donna enjoy a long and happy retirement together. And that Dean will really enjoy not having to rush to and through the airports anymore. Dean would like all of Atlanta Rhythm Sections fans to know how much he really appreciates them and how much he will miss seeing them. That isnt nearly as much as his fans and his friends in the band are gonna miss ‘Ole Ox. Winter Wonderland Tour 2020. Most of us are looking forward to bundling up and visiting some of the continents more heat challenged regions. However, our Florida contingent has hopelessly acclimated to the tropics and has a bit of trepidation. Snow boards and non-water skis arent a regular part of a southern boys upbringing so dont expect to see any of us on the slopes but we may get caught at the bar with one of those hot toddies. A local landmark, The Egyptian Theatre, in Park City will be one of our stops this winter. Saved from destruction in 1978, with the support of Mrs. Fields Cookies and an amazing community, the stately venue would go on to host The Sundance Film Festival. In the 90s, Save Our Stage Foundation stepped up to ensure The Mary G. Steiner Egyptian Theatre would flourish and enter the new millennium with all the glory she possessed when her doors opened, Christmas day in 1926. ARS looks forward to a long overdue visit to see our north of the border neighbors. Its been nearly thirty years since Atlanta Rhythm Section has been to Canada. That will be remedied soon when the band performs at the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch, Alberta. Itll be a scorching weekend in Alberta because our pals in Georgia Satellites are gonna heat it up the very next night. Hey Rodney! Can we stay for an extra day? Cmon to River Cree for the weekend. Its gonna be a fun one! For more information, click here... "The Atlanta Rhythm Section: The Authorized History. Is Now Available! Seasoned, southern author, Willie G. Moseley, has written an in-depth book about The Atlanta Rhythm Section. Years of research and extensive interviews are infused into the first and only authorized history of the band. A native and current resident of Alabama, Mr. Moseley effortlessly weaves the story of a band whose roots are so close to his own. Atlanta Rhythm Sections background is a history lesson of the music scene in the South during the 60s. Mr. Moseley details how Buddy Buie assembled a core group of incredibly talented southern musicians and developed the creative environment that enabled the ensemble to flourish and truly craft some amazing work. Buddy made real his dream of forming a super group to use as a vehicle for his songwriting skills, musical vision and business acumen. Buies efforts played out like an expertly conducted symphony and crescendo when Atlanta Rhythm Sections mainstream success peaked in the late 70s. What goes up. well, you can read the rest of that story too. Moseleys book delves into the struggles that follow the bands Top 40 success. He trails the bands twists and turns throughout the new millennium up to the present day. Published by Schiffer Publishing and available through many online retailers, “The Atlanta Rhythm Section: The Authorized History” is Mr. Moseleys thirteenth book. A senior writer of Vintage Guitar Magazine, he is News Editor emeritus for The Tallassee Tribune. LOOK for "The Atlanta Rhythm Section: The Authorized History" at your favorite retailer. The Rock Legends Cruise IS SOLD OUT! Sorry if you missed out. Maybe you can get aboard next time? Hint: Secure your stateroom EARLY! This cruise is lined up to be a truly epic musical voyage. Just about all of the Ro(d)gers will be aboard, Roger Daltrey (The Who) Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) Paul Rodgers from Bad Co. etc. plus our very own Rodger Stephan. A host of other great acts, including our friends in Wet Willie will be joining us aboard Royal Caribbeans Independence of the Sea. Cant wait to hear the North Georgia legends Larkin Poe. Uriah Heep, UFO, Jonny Lang, Mark Farner, Elvin Bishop, Artimus Pyle. We look forward to seeing their shows as much as we look forward to meeting all yall aboard the ship. Gonna need a nap after this one. Ahoy! For more information, click let them know A. R. S. sent you! Folks We Are Going to Miss. Guess it comes with our advancing age but it seems like we begin hearing too often that someone we cherish has gone on to their great reward. The ARS organization had just begun recovering from the devastating 2015 loss of the bands founder, songwriter and producer, Buddy Buie, when we received additional blows in 2019. Founding member, songwriter, guitar player and the crux of ARSs success, J. Cobb, passed away in May. Although J. rarely performed with the band over the past few decades his touch has always had a significant impact on the band and will certainly continue to do so. His songwriting truly elevated our efforts and J. s skills as a guitar player always energized the bands performances. Buddy Buies long-time friend and business partner, Arnie Geller, passed away in July. His behind-the-scenes efforts were crucial to Atlanta Rhythm Sections success and simply cannot be overstated. Any type of positive association with such a great man is an overwhelming honor. Everyone can be certain that the kitchen in the great beyond has something tasty cooking in the oven and something smelling good on the stove. A few tasty schemes might be getting cooked-up there right now too. We will also be missing Terry Spackman, a long-time friend and ARS crewmember. Our deepest condolences go out to the family, friends and fans of Phil McCormack and legendary bass player, Larry ‘LJ Junstrom. Until we rock out together again. A. Heads Back to Texas Arlington Music Hall, Dosey Doe and One World Theatre With another chance to grab a cup of “the coffee that takes you away” and to perform at a few of the finest live venues anywhere in the USA, Atlanta Rhythm Section is slap happy to be returning to Texas. We will begin a mini tour of Texas just outside 'The Big D' at the historic Arlington Music Hall which premiered as a movie theatre in 1950. The first movie to be shown featured Shirley Temple and was followed by a memorable on stage performance by a local band The Flying Ranch Hands who later became known as The Light Crust Dough Boys. We continue to The Big Barn at Dosey Doe just outside Houston in The Woodlands. Not only is the coffee incredible but the food, the staff and the venue itself really stand out. If you like wood, youve got to check out this amazing place that features massive amounts of reclaimed timbers. Dosey Doe has won numerous awards including “Best Live Music Venue” and “Best Breakfast in The Woodlands”. If you cant catch our show, stop by for breakfast, BBQ, or some of their amazing coffee; maybe go see a different band. Theres always something going on at Dosey Doe. Try the country fried steak; its pretty darn good. Yum! We cant wait. Last but certainly not least, we visit the states capital, Austin, and yet another fantastic venue, One World Theatre. The heart of One World began beating when its founder, percussionist, Hartt Stearns, attended a seminar at UCLA by Brazilian musician, Mayuto Correa, with whom Hartt would study. This enlightening experience inspired a journey to create and share One World through artistic exchange and experience. Hartt would spend many years traveling and performing music. Eventually, his journey would lead to Austin where he would find Nada. The two eventually marry and together find One World Theatre. For two decades, OWT has been one of the premiere venues in a premiere music town. Amazing place and an amazing couple, we look forward to seeing you again! For more information about these shows, click here... A. Releases 2-Disc CD: One From the Vaults" Often described as a more radio-friendly version of Lynyrd Skynyrd or the Allman Brothers, the Atlanta Rhythm Section was one of many Southern Rock bands to hit the upper reaches of the charts during the late `70s. Hailing from the small town of Doraville, Georgia, the beginning of the Atlanta Rhythm Section can be traced back to 1970. It was then that a local recording studio was opened, Studio One, and the remnants of two groups (the Candymen and the Classics Four) became the studio's house band. One of the facility's head figures, Buddy Buie, soon began assembling the session band. After playing on several artists' recordings, it was decided to take the band a step further and make the group of players a real band, leading to the formation of the Atlanta Rhythm Section. This collection contains 10 tracks previously unavailable on compact disc. Liner Note Author: Bill Dahl. Recording information: Atlanta, GA (1977) Chandler, NC (1977) Cleveland, OH (1977) London, England (1977) NYC, NY (1977) Pittsburgh, PA (1977) Tokyo, Japan (1977) Atlanta, GA (1978) Chandler, NC (1978) Cleveland, OH (1978) London, England (1978) NYC, NY (1978) Pittsburgh, PA (1978) Tokyo, Japan (1978) Atlanta, GA (1981) Chandler, NC (1981) Cleveland, OH (1981) London, England (1981) NYC, NY (1981) Pittsburgh, PA (1981) Tokyo, Japan (1981. Personnel: Rodney Justo, Andy Anderson, Ronnie Hammond (vocals) Dave Anderson (guitars, background vocals) Steve Stone (guitars) J. 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Free stream rhythm section 8. Anyone else keep seeing Eva Green in Blake at certain angels. Vintage Rhythm Section is a virtual instrument for Kontakt 5 designed to emulate the classic rhythm section sounds of R&B, Soul, Funk, Jazz, and Rock records from the 1960s and 1970s. Like its sister-products, Vintage Horns and Vintage Strings, Vintage Rhythm Section was not designed to be a shiny, perfect-sounding virtual instrument. Big Fish looked at how the way rhythm sections sounded back in the 60s and 70s, including some of the minor imperfections that added character to those instruments and made them sound so good. Vintage Rhythm Section features 67 Instrument Patches in 7. 4 GB Compressed Data. The instruments are organized into three main Style Folders, which contain the following instrument patches: R&B Instruments R&B Basses: 70s Funk Bass, Bright R&B Bass, Slap Bass, Slap Wah Bass and Soul Bass Mutes R&B Drum Kits: 60s Motown Kit, 70s R&B Kit, 70s Tight Funk Kit and Retro Soul Kit R&B Guitars: 70s Funky Telecaster, Funk-Soul Wah Rhythm Guitar, Mod-Wah Soulful Strat, Philly Soul Electric Sitar, Psychedelic Soul Lead Guitar R&B Keyboards: Clean Hohner D6 Clavinet, Funk Wah Clavinet, Funky Amped Rhodes, Gritty Hohner D6 Clavinet, Hammond Gospel Organ, Retro Soul Vibes, Warm Wurlitzer and Wurlitzer Vibrato R&B Percussion: R&B Bongos, R&B Congas and R&B Hand Percussion Jazz Instruments Jazz Basses: 70s Jazz-Rock Bass, Fusion Slap Wah Bass, Upright Bass Jazz Drums Kits: 60s Soul Jazz Kit, 70s Fusion Kit, Vintage Jazz Brush Kit, Vintage Jazz Stick Kit Jazz Guitars: Clean Jazz Guitar, Gritty Jazz Guitar Jazz Keyboards: Rhodes Clean Jazz, Rhodes Fusion Amped, Soul Jazz Hammond B3, Vintage Jazz Upright Piano, Vintage Jazz Vibes Jazz Percussion: Soul Jazz Bongos, Soul Jazz Congas Rock Instruments Rock Basses: 60s Hagstrom Rock Bass, 60s Rickenbacker Rock Bass, Psychedelic Fuzz Bass, Surf Rock Bass, Univox Picked Rock Bass Rock Drum Kits: 60s Surf Rock Kit, 70s Prog Rock Kit, Brit Rock Kit, Classic Rock Kit Rock Guitars: 12-String Rickenbacker, 68 Les Paul Clean, 68 Les Paul Classic Rock, 70s Fuzz Lead Guitar, Clean Tremolo Surf Guitar, Dirty Tremolo Surf Guitar, Flower Power Guitar, Martin Acoustic Guitar, Psychedelic Electric Sitar, Woodstock Lead Guitar Rock Keyboards: 60s Farfisa Organ, 60s Vox Continental, Bubblegum Rock Organ, Hammond B3 Organ 01, Hammond B3 Organ 02, Hammond B3 Organ 03, Wurlitzer Amped Vintage Rhythm Section Demo & Walkthrough All the info in the world isnt enough to convince you to buy something – of course you want to hear how it really sounds. So lets go… The Interface The interface of Vintage Rhythm Section is simple and lets you work quickly and intuitively. It features two easy-to-use GUIs: A 12-channel mixer for drums and the main GUI, which is used for all of the keyboards, basses, and guitars. The Drum Mixer Interface Reverb Select: This is a drop-down menu that allows you to select various types of convolution IRs. Channel Strips: Each offers controls for Treble, Bass, Reverb Amount, Pan, and Solo/Mute. Note that not all kits have the same number of toms and cymbals. Instead, each kit was custom-built to fit the musical genre and era it came from. Master Channel: Allows you to add tape saturation (SAT) and/or compression (COMP) to the entire kit. The Instruments Interface From top to bottom and left to right, this GUI has the following controls: TAPE SAT adds tape-style saturation/compression TREBLE adds or cuts high end BASS adds or cuts low end DISTORTION SWITCH – use this to turn the effect on or off DISTORTION adds amp-style distortion DELAY controls the amount of tape-style delay DELAY SELECT allows you to choose from several types of delay ROTATOR SWITCH turs Leslie-style effect on or off ROTATOR allows you to select the speed of the Leslie-effect REVERB controls the amount of reverb added REVERB SELECT allows you to choose from a selection of high-quality Convolution Reverbs designed to replicate a number of vintage amp-reverbs and recording spaces MOD-WAH SWITCH turns on your controllers Mod Wheel as a wah-wah pedal Final Words After a couple of weeks with this, I already count this one to my essentials. Its a great all-in-one plugin for depth to sample-based tracks, especially in Hip Hop and RnB. In fact I found myself often starting a beat by playing around with the Vintage Rhythm Section sounds until I had put a few bars of music together. Then I printed it all to an audio file and treated it like a sample in my productions (without the sample clearance headaches. The sounds is perfect for my usage. Sure there are more detailed recordings of these bass guitars, electric pianos, etc. I have Alicias Keys from Native Isntruments and just that one (albeit perfect sounding) piano takes up more room than the whole Vintage Rhythm Section! If you are producing 60s/70s type music or a genre which samples records from that era – get this Kontakt instruments and you have all your bases covered! button color=”green” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”newwindow” url=”]Get Vintage Rhythm Section (Kontakt) for 159[ button.
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Remember when the killer robot looked like a killer robot and not the manager of Home Depot. Free stream rhythm section 10. Akira Jimbo would be great, i miss him so much... Free stream rhythm section 4. Post navigation After a showstoppper with Shanti, we have one of Manchesters finest joining us this time around, part of the underground scene for over 25 years, and now part of MCDE – Irfan Rainy. Motor City Drum Ensemble recently re-issued one of Irfans classic recordings “Its All In The Groove under his City People moniker. Irfan started his music journey as a vinyl collecting Mancunian youngster, partying at the legendary club ‘THE HACIENDA during the late 80s. A powerful source of inspiration such as this was key to getting into production and DJing across the country. Since then, Irfan has played from Berlin to New York, and currently runs his own party called COMMUNITY (we like the name. for almost 9 years now. It has hosted RS favourites such as Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit, Greg Wilson, MCDE, Mike Huckaby, and Osunlade. He also had a six year residency at Club Ponana where the midweek Brazilian party occurred also saw Irfan spin Funk, Soul, Afrobeat & Disco sets alongside the likes of Questlove, Norman Jay, and Omar. FELABRATION, an annual tribute to Fela for 17 years, another one of Irfans projects, is culminating in the form of a new collaborative group called Africa Mancunia – coming to wax in 2017! Alongside Rainy City Music, Irfans new sub label SOMETHING IN THE WATER has operated since 2013 and now records exclusively under the guise of PITCHED BLACK for the new label. With a rich history and skills to pay the bills – cant wait to welcome Rainy into the Pool Hall, in his words ‘When it Rains, It Pours! THE DEAL 2 decks, a rotary mixer, 1 red neon light and a few crates of vinyl. Dub fx. Door Tax RS Card Holding Members: 5 before 11, 7 after (must have valid photo ID! Non members: 7 All night. always, dont be late to avoid that queue. TWO RULES 1. be nice 2. no photos on the dancefloor plz… RA: Facebook: BRING PHOTO ID! – NB. Canavans membership does not mean discount. That is a separate RS card – After an antipodean dominated summer, we are back with Bristols finest Shanti Celeste, joining Bradley Zero for the next dance at Canavans. We cant wait! An integral part of the dance music scene in Bristol for many years, Shanti has converted her prowess in the west country to across the globe with sets this year in Chicago (smartbar) Vancouver, Sweden, Estonia to name a few! Having started working in Idle Hands record shop in Bristol years back, building up a collection of the finest records old and new, branching from jazz to electro. With eclectic tastes making her a versatile selector perfect for any basement, festival stage or pool club shakedown. Shantis skills as a DJ and producer tend to lead t o dancefloor destruction. Be warned. With releases on Future Times, Apron Records, Secretsundaze and her own BRSTL imprint, its no wonder her phenomenal demand as a DJ brings her to nations far and wide. Artwork by Britt Bass Turner FB: Australian legends Sleep D; prolific producers, accomplished DJs and curators running the Butter Sessions label out of Melbourne, hit up the Pool Hall for a heavy MANIA session. 2 decks, a rotary mixer, 1 red neon light and a few crates of vinyl. Summers here so dress to sweat! 2. no photos on the dancefloor plz. Remember you now need to be a Canavans Peckham Pool Club member to come in (unless youre with a member, who can have 3 guests)…. Canavans Membership is FREE, and it takes one minute to sign up at the door but you can save time by printing this out and signing up in advance: Christopher Rau is a DJ and producer at the top of his game; an integral part of Smallville Records, along with his own imprint Derive, and has released most recently on Rhythm Section favourite Money ex Records. His prolificness has granted him a place on the back catalogues of Pampa, Hypercolour, Mule Musiq and Giegling. Since 2008 he has released 2 Albums, and over 20 EPs. it is a pleasure to finally welcome him into the Pool Hall. RA Event: Unbelievable scenes last time with Prequel, and continuing our antipodean romance we have another coming to the pool hall going by the name of Dan Kye, joining Bradley Zero and Z Lovecraft. Dan Kye was created from the subconscious. An alter-ego (of Jordan Rakei) so to speak. An artist that is a piece to a bigger puzzle. His live set consists on live looping, live sequencing, playing keyboard and singing. He has played before in the pool hall (before Max Graef) and his first experience of London, coming off the plane, was Rhythm Section NYE 2014. No better inauguration! A musical talent, and definitely one to watch in the near future… Bradley Zero will be bringing more records than usual for an extended se ssion in the booth. Somewhat a rare occurance in the pool hall, so expect a voyage through past, present and future. Accompanied by protege, crate-digging, riddim loving 100% certified Rhythm Section team member otherwise known as Mali, Z Lovecraft. With possibly too much time spent in YAM Records (infront and behind the counter) twiddlin knobs in the studio, and with a debut EP earmarked this year with an emerging local label, get to know. First came to Rhythm Section #2 in 2011 and hasnt left since: holding it down for BZ with the likes of Cosmic Slop, K15, and Andrew Ashong. RA: Here Facebook event After a show stopping extravanganza with NYCs finest Mr Saturday Night, we are back with Rhythm Section OG producer and selector PREQUEL. With another Rhythm Section International release on the way very very soon, and having previously blown away the likes of Gilles Peterson and Lefto with his inaugural release we cant wait to let release what 10 more releases on our side and 2 years of hard work in the studio from Prequel have amounted too. But until then we have Prequel all the way from Melbourne, Australia on his European tour selecting the finest house, disco, soul and everything in between at the pool hool. Joined as ever by our host and resident Bradley Zero. Artwork by Anu, created especially for fans of the TV show Seinfeld. Perhaps dress to sweat if its actually sunny Weve got a new release coming out (RS012) and its by Manchesters Hidden Spheres. We thought it would make sense to celebrate the occasion with an instore party at Eastern Bloc, with our finest selectors. We will be bringing down (up) with us the latest represses, some back catalogue entries, new merch, and a heap of RS012. Free entry so no excuse not to see you there! Artwork by Anu. Playing records throughout: Hidden Spheres (Rhythm Section/Distant Hawaii) Man of the moment, fresh from releasing RS012, our latest record. Bradley Zero (Rhythm Section/NTS) Rhythm Section founder, chieftain and OG all rolled into one. Contours (Rhythm Section/Banofee Pies) Our other man from Manchester, creator of our 9th release ‘Technician. Mali b2b Anu (Rhythm Section/Balamii) Two crucial members of the RS team make the journey to go b2b. Eastern Bloc Records Resident DJs Eastern Bloc. was founded in 1985, a crucial for the development of the Manchester dance music scene with key figures such as a Guy Called Gerald emerging from behind and in front of the counter. Pushing the finest in house, techno, jungle, dnb, electronic and other worldly produce it remains a cornerstone of Mancunian dance music. RSVP: Post navigation.
Gooooooooood'daaaaaaammm when they broke through at 1:41 I had chillssssss. The project starts with a game based on a schema: A triangle and three words. During the game, the schema will gain affective and sensitive dimensions by artistical tools. The words will reaches to the aesthetic expressions. The game will continue on/by bodies, movements, voices, colors and installations. How it works the triangle of the project? The game starts with a simple schema: An equilateral triangle with three words on three corners: Desire, Faith, Knowledge. Step 1: We invite the artists of three artist initiatives to propose three notions for the three sides of the triangle, between Desire, Faith, Knowledge. DΔF, DΔK, KΔF) Step 2: We invite the artists to choose words from the list given or propose their own words and install them on the schema. In this list there are notions, names, colors, numbers. Step 3: Starting from this constellation of notions based on the first triangle, the artistic creation will continue independently, collective or personal, with unlimited ways of expression. Step 4: The project will continue in the exhibition place by the participation of the audience. In order to make the audience a part of the artistic and intellectual creation, the audience will be also invited to play with the base triangle and insert their own ideas. Word list to install on the schema: Subject, Art, Happiness, Experience, Sexuality, Government, 3, Faust, Romeo, Christ, Sade, Marx, Medea, Oedipus, Persona, Psycho, Pasolini, Hitchcock, Ken Loach, Turkey, Germany, Kurdistan, Social Network, History, Religion, Science, Technology, Fears, Traditions, Freedom, Space, Political thinking, Moral, Politics, Voice, Luck, Fortune, Hope, Subject, Thing, Object, State, Theme, Rhythm, Diyarbakır, Istanbul, Munich, Faust, Romeo, Christ, Heart, Peace, Language, Orient, Passion, 2, Mother, Black, Envy, Solidarity, Distance, Friendship, Money, Winning, Ecology, Philosophy, Sisterhood, Curiosity, Mysticism, God, Women, Buda, Childhood, Father, Rhythm, 1, Yellow, Love, Red, Time, Innocence, Music, Life, Consciousness, Respect, Achievement, Loyalty, War, Peace, Mystery, Dependence, Addiction, Taboo, Self-esteem, Honor, White, Drugs, Silver, Sublimity, Bindless, Death, Hunger, Satisfaction, Routh, Soul, Universe, Radicalism, Aesthetics, Silence, Poem, Literature, Regard, Revolution, Resistance, Feminism, Queer, Tragedy, Comedy, Culture, Work, West, Nord, Sud, Animal, Creature, Monster, Physic, Perversion, Organization, Rights, Law, Migration, Deal, Memory, Trauma, Subculture, Nature, Shadow, Dark, Light, Line, Point, Acceleration, Game, Triangle. Notes on Key Notions The Desire: When we cannot have an object that we desire, we move on without the mechanism of desire itself being affected. But when we lose our object-cause of desire, we not only lose something that we want, but the very mechanism of desire is stalled. Freud has described in Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality as loves affectionate and sensual currents. (Freuds term is Wunsch, which is translated as Wish) Jacques Lacan contributes the concept of desire, which must be distinguished from drive and love. The concept of desire is at the center of the works of Jacques Lacan; “Desire full stop is always the desire of the Other. Which basically means that we are always asking the Other what he desires” (My Teaching, p. 38. “[Desire] is produced in the margin which exists between the demand for the satisfaction of need and the demand for love” (Seminar V, 11. 06. 58., p. 4. Firstly, that desire is essentially a desire for recognition from this ‘Other; secondly that desire is for the thing that we suppose the Other desires, which is to say, the thing that the Other lacks. The most basic section of the Graph of Desire, as published in Lacans essay “The Subversion of the Subject and the Dialectic of Desire in the Freudian Unconscious. “ The Faith: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: “ Faith is a broad term, appearing in locutions that express a range of different concepts. At its most general ‘ faith means much the same as ‘trust. This entry is specifically concerned, however, with the notion of religious faith— or, rather (and this qualification is important) the kind of faith exemplified in religious faith. Philosophical accounts are almost exclusively about theistic religious faith—faith in God—and they generally, though not exclusively, deal with faith as understood within the Christian branch of the Abrahamic traditions. But, although the theistic religious context settles what kind of faith is of interest, the question arises whether faith of that same general kind also belongs to other, non-theistic, religious contexts, or to contexts not usually thought of as religious at all. Arguably, it may be apt to speak of the faith of a humanist, or even an atheist, using the same general sense of ‘ faith as applies to the theist case. (…) There is no single ‘ established terminology for different models of faith. ” Benjamin s faith in we mention to the spiritual faith not the religious one, such as Walter Here the written word.
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