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louder

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tejas
« on: February 07, 2005, 04:42:05 pm »

alo terry
first time here,and with the man who made "tejas" from zztop,my all time favorites.
please tell, me how were those sessions,gear wise and all.
i was ten years old when i began to listening to music
,and tejas was the very first record that i got.
very,very best regards
pedro
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Re: tejas
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2005, 07:54:10 pm »

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Radd 47

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Re: tejas
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2005, 11:37:52 pm »

Cool!
We used to do about 40 songs a night in the frat party band, and about 20 were ZZ tracks. The other members in the band hated me!

The stuff you never hear about,....yes that bass drum sound is Huge in "It's only love".

Where did you find a Super Beatle that wasn't already blown up?
Thermal runaway on those transistors. Like a race car engine. They run the best right before they blow up!

Did he change to a Strat after the lead modulation to D on "Driving"?
Did you ever get to play Pearly Gates?

I noticed on El Diablo, when he did it live, he let the bass strings ring while he was soloing. Sounded incredible, like two git's instead of one. Did he cut the solo that way?
Has that out of phase strat sound on the solo.

Sounds like a lap steel in there on the end.

What's up with the drum machine on.....(never mind!)


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