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The same old porch

Added on 11/05/2012

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This song is a straight-ahead down tempo number that sits nicely in the pocket. It drops right into the groove from the start, and features great brush-work on the snare, backed up with the sound of a booming, Read more...

Style: R&B Time signature: 6/4
BPM: 154 Decade: 70's
Length: 5:08 Drummer: BeatMaster

Keywords:
cool, slow, relax, traditional, kick, brushes, snare, hi-hats, crash cymbal, R&B

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Play   Name   Style   BPM   Time Sig   Length   Decade   Drummer
 
  The same old porch   R&B   154   6/4   5:08   70's   BeatMaster  
 
  A Good Woman Is Hard To Find   R&B   158   4/4   4:25   90's   BeatMaster  
 
  My Old Guitar   R&B   120   6/4   4:20   Current   BeatMaster  

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Date added : 06/10/2015

This song is a straight-ahead down tempo number that sits nicely in the pocket. It drops right into the groove from the start, and features great brush-work on the snare, backed up with the sound of a booming, reverby kick drum, and closed hi-hats on the one. It's heavy and cool, and punctuated with short, urgent fills on the snare and crash cymbal. The rhythm builds slowly, and then backs off towards the middle of the song, breaking down to the original groove, only to build up again, this time bringing in the crash and splash cymbals. Eventually the toms work their way into the mix as the fills become longer and more elaborate. The track moves back and forth between break-down and build-up until a final short breakdown sets up the end, which comes full circle to end like it begins -- heavy but relaxed. It might be the same old porch, but it's got very comfortable chairs, and you get the feeling that it has seen it's share of foot stomping action.

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