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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 3:41pm On Jul 19, 2014
Dramadiddy: I know what rhythm means, if he was a drummer it would have been more clear...according to cbrass, what you're looking for is vamping styles right?

He is still an intermediate from the way he metioned that word "rhymes" but Karleb I will advice that you don't learn instrument by trying to practice stuffs done by those guys, first of all learn the basics, it will even be good if you know how to read music notes, it will help you alot
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 3:44pm On Jul 19, 2014
Dramadiddy: Bro please share some good jazz tunes you listen to
I listen to gospel Jazz works by Phil Driscrol (cos am also a trumpeter and that's my major instrument) I love Luis Amstrong too then I top it with Wilson Marsalis. Those are the three jazz guys I don't joke with. I also play classical works too
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 3:50pm On Jul 19, 2014
cbrass:

He is still an intermediate from the way he metioned that word "rhymes" but Karleb I will advice that you don't learn instrument by trying to practice stuffs done by those guys, first of all learn the basics, it will even be good if you know how to read music notes, it will help you alot
Well karleb, you can create your own vamping style(rhythm) by yourself! smiley...all you need is pay attention to what your drummer is playing and find what fits in well to it and isn't noisy...you can start with songs played on a 4/4, before moving to other time signatures because, what works for 4/4 might not fit into a 3/4,6/8,5/4 and the rest..goodluck bro
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 3:57pm On Jul 19, 2014
cbrass:
I listen to gospel Jazz works by Phil Driscrol (cos am also a trumpeter and that's my major instrument)
I've heard of this guy
cbrass: I love Luis Amstrong too
I've heard of this guy too haven't listened to the compositions of any of them though
cbrass: then I top it with Wilson Marsalis. Those are the three jazz guys I don't joke with. I also play classical works too
Hmmm haven't heard of Wilson Marsalis, don't you like kirk whalum, although he's not a trumpeter, he does good music too
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by TeeVee(m): 7:33pm On Jul 19, 2014
Dramadiddy: Bro please share some good jazz tunes you listen to
Listening to Earl Klugh n Bob James now,really liking it,Bobby Mcferrin,some mamborama (love latin),Dave Brubeck,some Jazz standard improvisations (black orpheus,take 5,All of me,green sleeve etc)...Pls,anytin from U̶̲̥̅̊ guys,I really intend learning from this thread...
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 8:12pm On Jul 19, 2014
Dramadiddy: I've heard of this guy I've heard of this guy too haven't listened to the compositions of any of them though Hmmm haven't heard of Wilson Marsalis, don't you like kirk whalum, although he's not a trumpeter, he does good music too

You know am a Trumpeter by major hence my name Cbrass, so I tend to follow Jazz/classical Trumpeters.
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:27pm On Jul 19, 2014
TeeVee: Listening to Earl Klugh n Bob James now,really liking it,Bobby Mcferrin,some mamborama (love latin),Dave Brubeck,some Jazz standard improvisations (black orpheus,take 5,All of me,green sleeve etc)...Pls,anytin from U̶̲̥̅̊ guys,I really intend learning from this thread...
woooooow...I'm suprised you don't listen to the Great george benson...his album "the jazz master six" has lovely tunes...you can check on tubidy or just google
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:32pm On Jul 19, 2014
cbrass:

You know am a Trumpeter by major hence my name Cbrass, so I tend to follow Jazz/classical Trumpeters.
Okay...so u dont do gospel
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 11:28pm On Jul 19, 2014
Dramadiddy: Okay...so u dont do gospel
I do Bro
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 11:37pm On Jul 19, 2014
cbrass:
I do Bro
Okay so which church do you play for?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 6:53am On Jul 20, 2014
Dramadiddy: Okay so which church do you play for?

"My Redeemer Liveth Ministries"

Some times I play at St Andrews Anglican Church Ogudu
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by TeeVee(m): 8:12am On Jul 20, 2014
Dramadiddy: woooooow...I'm suprised you don't listen to the Great george benson...his album "the jazz master six" has lovely tunes...you can check on tubidy or just google
Wanted to keep it just piano,but I listen to George Benson,but I'm not sure its the "jazz master six" I listened to...is it the album that has "Marvin Said"?!
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 7:25pm On Jul 20, 2014
TeeVee: Wanted to keep it just piano,but I listen to George Benson,but I'm not sure its the "jazz master six" I listened to...is it the album that has "Marvin Said"?!
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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 7:31pm On Jul 20, 2014
cbrass:

"My Redeemer Liveth Ministries"

Some times I play at St Andrews Anglican Church Ogudu
Lagos...? Besides, are you paid there?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 12:33am On Jul 21, 2014
Dramadiddy: Lagos...? Besides, are you paid there?

Yea lagos, I only get paid when I play at anglican
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 8:21am On Jul 21, 2014
cbrass:

Yea lagos, I only get paid when I play at anglican
Okay, that's nice to know, at the moment, I'm looking for a pentecostal church to play for on d island
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 9:57am On Jul 21, 2014
Dramadiddy: Okay, that's nice to know, at the moment, I'm looking for a pentecostal church to play for on d island

Why Island? Do you prefer that place to the mainland?

Join the instrumentalist on facebook. Nairaland is poor in music. You will definitely see some one that will hire you
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 11:37am On Jul 21, 2014
cbrass:

Why Island? Do you prefer that place to the mainland?

Join the instrumentalist on facebook. Nairaland is poor in music. You will definitely see some one that will hire you
Kindly paste the link here so i can knw the exact one...Any good one with good pay is nt a problem

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by heatmeup(f): 11:45am On Jul 21, 2014
pls am new here oooo and i play keyboard.i play pianist version very well but when it comes to nigeria gospels the bass line gives me problem
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 1:39pm On Jul 21, 2014
heatmeup: pls am new here oooo and i play keyboard.i play pianist version very well but when it comes to nigeria gospels the bass line gives me problem

What do you mean by pianist version
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by cbrass(m): 1:42pm On Jul 21, 2014
Dramadiddy: Kindly paste the link here so i can knw the exact one...Any good one with good pay is nt a problem

https://m./576782125684028?refid=48

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by abolem369(m): 4:59pm On Jul 21, 2014
This is the most interesting thing I've seen on Nairaland!!!
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gmacnoms(m): 6:04pm On Jul 21, 2014
Dramadiddy: Bro please share some good jazz tunes you listen to
I am A jazz and gospel musician... Majors in saxophone bt play keyboard,drums and d guitar. For jazz tunes, listen to dave weckl's "multiplicity"..... Grover washingtons',gerald albright,stan getz,chickorea, and so on. As a beginner, u can get some beginner jazz tunes on youtube or js google it. Nd u'll find gud ones. Hi guys...strong mehn in d haus? I hail, if dem dey... Reppin Jesus
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by abolem369(m): 7:17pm On Jul 21, 2014
gmacnoms: I am A jazz and gospel musician... Majors in saxophone bt play keyboard,drums and d guitar. For jazz tunes, listen to dave weckl's "multiplicity"..... Grover washingtons',gerald albright,stan getz,chickorea, and so on. As a beginner, u can get some beginner jazz tunes on youtube or js google it. Nd u'll find gud ones. Hi guys...strong mehn in d haus? I hail, if dem dey... Reppin Jesus
Can we hook up plz
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gmacnoms(m): 7:48pm On Jul 21, 2014
abolem369:
Can we hook up plz
yes bozz.... Wt do u do sir and wher' u @?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by abolem369(m): 8:01pm On Jul 21, 2014
gmacnoms: yes bozz.... Wt do u do sir and wher' u @?
Na u be boss o! Let's start vrm here! Mail me on emmanyjobs@gmail.com
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:37pm On Jul 21, 2014
heatmeup: pls am new here oooo and i play keyboard.i play pianist version very well but when it comes to nigeria gospels the bass line gives me problem
Hello....as a beginner, what you need to know is that the key to getting better is practice, keep practicing a particular bass line until u get it...you will surely get it...although u don't need to play bass lines, esp when a bass player is around...but it still helps to learn bass lines if no bass player is around... Cheers!
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:37pm On Jul 21, 2014
abolem369: This is the most interesting thing I've seen on Nairaland!!!
Thank u so much

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:44pm On Jul 21, 2014
Alright guys, to the ones that haven't slept yet, you can use this to sleep...to the ones that have slept, it will be a good gift for the unfolding day... I'm a minorish guy when it comes to piano..its all about personality...i love things that sound wicked and sad and all...I love the feel...I no be vampire ooo...Just wanted to share a 7-3-6 progression I learnt...I'll do it on the simple key of Cmajor and it goes thus :
7- B Gb A// A D Gb A(Bmin7)
3- E B D// D Ab B(Edom7)
6- A E G// E A D(Amin7)



Feel free to ask questions about it...I'll back it up with theoretical answers
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 10:50pm On Jul 21, 2014
SaintAlbert53:

Timz agidigba iz notin to me,even my younger broda playz dem like craze..likewise most of hiz songs..
Sammy okposo does nt sing makossa nau,he has his own kind of genere..
I AM TALKIN OF MAKOSSA BRO
well, I've been playing for over 8yrs and I can confidently tell you that the key to playing Macossa is by using 13th chords. If only I could record a little hint I would av shared some to you
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 11:16pm On Jul 21, 2014
gameboi: well, I've been playing for over 8yrs and I can confidently tell you that the key to playing Macossa is by using 13th chords. If only I could record a little hint I would av shared some to you
Wow! A thirteenth chord for makossa...that sounds kinda heavy for a makossa, 13ths fit in well into those neosoul stuff na, hmmm but u must b veery sophisticated o!...to dey use 13th for makossa *doffs hat*
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 11:25pm On Jul 21, 2014
Dramadiddy: Wow! A thirteenth chord for makossa...that sounds kinda heavy for a makossa, 13ths fit in well into those neosoul stuff na, hmmm but u must b veery sophisticated o!...to dey use 13th for makossa *doffs hat*
it's a new skill I developed cos of that guy that copies all my basslines. And by the way when I play macossa I sometimes leave the transpose at -12 for anykey just to make the notes thick and not easily heard but the feel would be good and killing. Trust me!

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