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    Sounds great! Great playing, great tones. So, my understanding is, that it was recorded live on set of mics, and that you moved around the room until they had you where they wanted you? What did the room sound like? Which is better, New York or Chicago Pizza?

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    My pre-order is already in place. One of the cool options for the gear geeks is this: https://aaronweinstein.bandcamp.com/...ophile-edition

    3 different mic orientations. Choose your favorite.

    Very much looking forward to hearing the full set.

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    A+!

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    Finally -- the album we didn't know we were waiting for!

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    Anyway to get the lead sheet for Hindustan?

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    This is a fantastic project, a real groundbreaker in my opinion. Super pleased to present this first track for everyone's listening pleasure. Aaron and company did a spectacular job here.

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    I now need a bow tie!
    Its not a backwards guitar.

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    How do i order a cd version, or am i missing something. I found the amazon link, but a cd makes life a lot easier

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    SO wonderful to hear Aaron playing with the estimable Matt Munisteri and Tom Hubbard. Fantastic ensemble playing with tones and taste for days. Can't wait for this drop.

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    Amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Bergstein View Post
    Anyway to get the lead sheet for Hindustan?
    https://digitalcommons.library.umain...context=mmb-vp


    And free to boot!

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    This kid is beyond brilliant. Seen him 1/2 dozen times or so, but as a violinist only. His work with Frank Vignola was fantastic.

    Here's hoping that he'll have another 45 years of performing & recording.

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    Default Re: Article: Fiddling with Mandolin on Aaron Weinstein's Chesky J

    This is too good!


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    Default Re: Article: Fiddling with Mandolin on Aaron Weinstein's Chesky J

    Interviewing him Sunday afternoon for the Podcast! Gonna get the podcast out Weds to help promote this album.....which is AMAZING!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielpatrick View Post
    Interviewing him Sunday afternoon for the Podcast! Gonna get the podcast out Weds to help promote this album.....which is AMAZING!!!
    --applause--

    I had lunch with Aaron while in NYC several years back. He is genuinely once of the nicest people your could ever hope ever meet and I'm not sure I've ever laughed so hard over a lunch. A real musical force in the music world. Can't wait to see what else he brings.

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    Huge fan of Aaron and like the recording at first listen. But.....does anyone else feel the bass is way too prominent in the mix?

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    Never mind, sounds good in the car. Must be something with my Bose computer speakers...

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    How do you put the violin under your chin with a bow-tie on your neck?
    I can't even play wearing a regular tie.

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