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The King
by reiswerk
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Wed, Mar 11, 2015 @ 5:10 AM

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Doxent Zsigmond
permalink   Wed, Mar 11, 2015 @ 5:38 AM
Nice chinese spaghetti western style ;-)
permalink   reiswerk Wed, Mar 11, 2015 @ 5:47 AM
2 fists again a karate chop …Hallelujah ;/ knuff Zack
permalink   solos_to_use Wed, Mar 11, 2015 @ 12:08 PM
That was really cool. Great editing on the vocal. Anyone who can speak Cantonese would crack up with the lyric displacement. China needs to be awakened to more music like this. I will share your mix with my Chinese students, I think most will dig it. I am working on another tune that has one of your samples in it. I hope to have it done in a few days. Cheers.
permalink   reiswerk Thu, Mar 12, 2015 @ 1:58 AM
Dear Solos tu use.

Glad if you like.
I’m curious what your students are saying about this…
Please let me know what they say.
The Spoken word flow I changed a lot.
Hard to understand, the Vocal-Quality? I tried to make it better.

Maybe they get now desire to rap chinese !?
permalink   solos_to_use Thu, Mar 12, 2015 @ 4:11 AM
I played it to two 18 year old students during lunch and as expected they totally do not get it. They had trouble recognizing the tune. That is because they are a bit limited with their objective thinking. It is fascinating to watch their reactions hearing something very different. Most pop and dance music here still sounds stuck in the 80’s. In some upbeat pop music (which there is little of) you will once in awhile hear a stutter effect on a vocalist. But to my ears where and when they do it seems in the wrong place or the word they choose just sounds garbled. My Chinese is not very good and I haven’t dug into which words they tend to stutter. That would be interesting to learn more about that. On the song I am working on with your sample; the lyrics are about a woman longing for her boyfriend to come home. It was written around the Cultural Revolution so according to my wife there are connotations about the war going on at that time. So my take on this tune is blues oriented, with dark sounding tones/textures and I use heavy distortion on my trumpet in an attempt to evoke a feeling of pain and loss. My wife told me Chinese people would be totally offended by this version. The contrasts are too extreme put together. I like stirring the pot, this should be interesting. The song will be posted under my pharmacopia account. Stay tuned.
permalink   reiswerk Thu, Mar 12, 2015 @ 7:12 AM
They can do anything with it, I can understand.
This example is not intended to sound modern.
A central Europeans think, this is the ancient Chinese music. LOL

Would love to see their faces …: O ()

I would like to have another liquid Acapella for a modern HipHop.

But I think that isn’t very popular in China.
Therefore, it is also very Scene little rap / hip-hop music.

Anyway, a another track with my first cantonese Acapella.
permalink   Thu, Mar 12, 2015 @ 4:58 AM
Very cool. Rousing percussion.
permalink   Thu, Mar 12, 2015 @ 11:33 AM
the more you create…the more you better yourself
permalink   reiswerk Thu, Mar 12, 2015 @ 12:49 PM
Thank you Latopa!

Your compliment says:

I integrate myself more and more in the ccMixter family…hihi