SkillsWell, there is a certain amount of skill required to make beautiful music, and you certainly have it. For album purposes though, I would recommend using the beginning instrumental section as it's own track. I like the originality of the lyrics and you wisely stay within your range vocally. Thanks for telling your story beautifully.
Joli univers sonoreAvec the third international, nous entrons dans un univers sonore ou se mêlent les influences de Hendrix, des Floyd et de pastorius pour certains passages.... et puis arrivent la mélodie qui touche au cœur... seule la voix est un peu "banale" pour mettre en valeur tout cet ensemble. Un bon point particulier pour le son phasing de la guitare en arpège, un peu moins bien en ce qui concerne le solo de guitare qui manque un peu d'aspiration... mais là, je ne suis pas forcément objectif, lol ....
Cool BluesNicely recorded for a live tune - Might not have known if not for the audience cheering at the end. Quite a long Bass driven intro - I would cut it shorter for a studio version but - makes total sense for a live situation. Eventually the entire band kicks in to some good vocals and interesting bass riffs. Nice smooth easy-going tune and very listenable.
A great live recording bandThis is a live recording. It begins with an extended bass-harmonic improv that is quite good. But the impact of that part is no doubt different from the impact it would have on a live audience. Roughly 1/3 of the way through the song, the main part of the song actually starts. When it does, the singer and the band are excellent. Third International is a really good live Blues/Rock band. I'm reminded of Steve Miller in his prime but 3rd International's vocalist is better. I really don't get the long intro though. I'm not sitting in the audience. I'm sitting at home listening on a laptop.
Great Live PerformanceThis song goes to the heart and touches my soul. I was surprised when I realized that it has so much differnet influences including jazz, rock, blues and pop. The beat is clear blues and the vocals near of soul. It´s a great live recording and with the beginning of a bass-solo, which he dedicatet to the awesome Jaco Pastorius. I´m sure it was a great performance in the club where this song was played. If you´re looking for good music, you´re right with this track. This music is not far away from Pink Floyd (Dark Side Of The Moon). Listen to the song and if you like add him. Let others know your recommendation.
Great Blues Song...Interesting blend of instrumentation. Relaxing to listen to and an intriguing sound. I wouldn't mind listening to this music at all for quite an extended amount of time; especially while trying to go to sleep.
Tracy's BluesWell written melodic song. Had a Robin Trower feel to me. Well performed and the mix was good for a live performance. The intro was cool, but it was too long for me. I was starting to wonder when or if there was anything else coming. I know when playing live, that's not a big problem, because your audience has something to look at while the music is being performed. Just listening, without seeing the performance, the intro should be a lot shorter or eliminated in my opinion.
Neo AorI think this song has " urban isolation ". There is abstract melodies and abstract introductions. If it is possibles, I would like to listen more higher bpm. And I would like to listen to studio recording takes.
Tracy's Blueswell what more can be said about this track its well put together with very good vocals and other musicianship..wicked and a totally great track to listen to although at first I thought it would be quite a long track but listening to it was easy.. love the blues anyway and again its done live and has a great ambient feel as well we loved it Tony/Amy aka Skin Deep
Nice balladWhat a nice ballad, starting with a bass solo inspired by Jaco Pastorius, and continuing with an all-band piece, all instruments being smartly balanced and symphonically pushing in some nice notes. Congratulations for this live track very well executed !
Non Con-fusionLaid back jazzfusion. Love the Jaco touch; My favourite bass player may he rest in peace. The whole piece is nicely restrained but way beyond 'easy listening'. Great vocals with a jazz feel. good lyrics too; if they are original take another star. This is a clean sound everything in it's place, as a lover of jazz and especially fusion I love this. They say it is a departure from their normal sound...hope it's not too big a departure. I'm going to check this band out further and will certainly add this song. Good mix for a live track. Keep it up guys :)
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The Third Internationals Tracy's Blues (Live at the Darress)The Third International's Tracys's Blues (Live at the Daress) part tribute to the renowned bass player Jaco Pastorius is beautifully rendered with some wonderfully restrained playing and reminds me of my favorite parts of Pink Floyd before it all became too overblown and Pink Floyd became "the high-fidelity first class traveling set and I think I need a Lear jet". The vocals are delivered perfectly from spoken word to heartfelt melody. The opening hors d'oeuvres almost discordant bass led jazz pulls the listener in and makes the listener earn the payoff of the ensuing main course of the song. I can almost imagine the cell phones in the air as the singer delivers " look back and I wonder, do you see Tracy's face". The keyboards provide some nice canvas and flourishes for the guitars to shimmer upon. I will definitely be checking out more from The Third International. You should do the same.
A Pleasant LandscapeThis was a very pretty and vivid landscape piece. Rooted in the subtle tones and understatements of modern jazz, it's a great tribute to Mr. Pastorius. A late night, 3rd set ballad for the dance floor at a jazz or blues club. Very, very nicely performed, recorded and mixed.