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rombsix

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John Walsh interview 



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 26 2023 20:30:32
 
RobF

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

This is a high value interview.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 27 2023 0:12:53
 
Richard Jernigan

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

Although the interview is fairly long, I watched it all the way through. It was always interesting.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 27 2023 18:36:50
 
devilhand

 

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

A great interview. Gotta love what he said about the dissonance in flamenco music.

"I love the fact that flamenco has a sort of a native dissonance. There's a license to make it even more dissonant if you want and there's a license to be as sugary sweet as you want."

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 27 2023 19:06:57
 
bahen

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

Fantastic. Many thanks for sharing.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 28 2023 11:56:16
 
silddx

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

I hugely enjoyed it, so useful and interesting. Also reassuring.
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jg7238

 

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

That was fantastic John. I really enjoyed the whole interview.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 29 2023 17:00:20
 
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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

****. I have both passports. One sounds ghey.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 29 2023 21:52:50
 
silddx

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to mrstwinkle

quote:

ghey


Eh?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 30 2023 20:21:29
 
RobF

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to silddx

quote:

ORIGINAL: silddx

quote:

ghey


Eh?


This conversation has taken a distinctly Canadian turn…
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 30 2023 22:06:39
 
JohnWalshGuitar

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to jg7238

Thanks very much everyone. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Samuel did a great interview and he has a lot of other musicians lined up for the series.
Sorry I'm a bit late to this. I haven't been online much. Got a lot of stuff going on at the moment.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 31 2023 8:12:32
 
silddx

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quote:

Thanks very much everyone. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Samuel did a great interview and he has a lot of other musicians lined up for the series.


It really was excellent, John.

Looking forward to Kai Narezo on the next one.
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devilhand

 

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to silddx

quote:

ORIGINAL: silddx

quote:

Thanks very much everyone. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Samuel did a great interview and he has a lot of other musicians lined up for the series.


It really was excellent, John.

Looking forward to Kai Narezo on the next one.

The guy seems enthusiastic. An interview with Grisha and Mr. Marlow would be interesting.

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Ricardo

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to devilhand

Don’t bother with me. I would echo the same sentiments exactly as John did. Only thing different is taste in rock guitar and modern flamenco guys. I switched to flamenco (jazz world music stuff first) BECAUSE of Nirvana/grunge etc., that whole movement I couldn’t tolerate. After the rock guitar started getting a little sophisticated, along comes this train out of Seattle of impolite obnoxious guitar strumming in the wrong key. I got into jazz via the jazz fusion thing, that I felt related to the metal guitar genre quite closely. PDL was the window into flamenco proper for me. My mentor was eventually (also from Cadiz) Nuñez, (Jerezano). Got to hang out a bit with Jose Manuel Leon there in Sanlucar a few times as well. He also came to DC twice (with Nuñez, and later with Rafael de Utrera).

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 31 2023 12:24:43
 
JasonM

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to JohnWalshGuitar

Enjoyed hearing you talk John!

Funny, I think your transition into flamenco was exactly mine as well, and many other folks. Rock or metal -> Bach -> Flamenco -> First Paco album.

Nirvana and grunge - I had a love hate relationship with some of this stuff. I liked the Nirvana MTV unplugged, but could never bite into the standard albums. They over stimulated my sympathetic nervous system! Looking back to the 90's, I think it was also what drove me to explore something different because of where rock was going.
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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to JasonM

Talking about dissonant b9, Mr. Beato should listen to flamenco.



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Stu

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to devilhand

Honestly, I'm not gonna watch your video devil hand but this is a good necropost. You bumped this John Walsh video which I'd missed first time round. So I'll enjoy watching that later.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 9 2023 11:11:41
 
Stu

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to rombsix

Thanks for sharing this ramzi. That was really enjoyable and answered a few questions i had about composition. Great video
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 9 2023 16:51:18
 
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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to Stu

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Thanks for sharing this ramzi




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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 10 2023 4:45:14
 
Ricardo

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RE: John Walsh interview (in reply to Stu

quote:

Honestly, I'm not gonna watch your video devil hand but this is a good necropost.


Beato fans are all back patting with him all the time. Nobody has a discussion about the actual chord function? First of all B-C is NOT a flat 9th, in context, it is a MINOR SECOND. If the chord was constructed from B ROOT, then yes, but the song has a droning bass on D. The chord has to be looked at from D ROOT. So it is interval 6-7 of a D minor chord that is constructed. However the third and 5th are missing, even if implied by the rest of the song.

D-B-C-D-G low to high (not sure if E is used open). The double Ds ground the ear on D. It is like Dm11 with the B stuck in the middle (add 6th). Or Dm13 sus4 (no 5th as is typical).

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