Please enjoy this excerpt of a song by Andy Irvine that we did in the ‘Andy Irvine Bass Tour’ clinic at The Auckland Rockshop recently (2014).
This is a jam in E minor that modulates up to a G then back down to E, then has a bridge section based around an A minor. We take turns soloing; I really dug how Andy gets right into the pocket of the groove with Patrick Kuhtze on drums – a real solid wall of sound from the rhythm section that helps keep everything feeling grounded and sitting in the sweet spot time wise. I loved playing with these guys! Please leave comments if you’re interested in having any of the parts to this transcribed!
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