Tribute to Status Q

F.R.H. wrote on 1/10/2021, 8:00 AM
Tags: Rock

Tribute to Status Q

This is a tribute to the british rock band Status Q, for their incredibly good music against the years, and the fact that they were always true to their style - They always had a certain sound, which I here try to recreate with the guitar rhythm and with the bass rhythm.
The first piece of therire music I learned to play on acustic guitar of their pieces is "Pictures Of Matchstick Men 1968", this was really good and I still like that song - when I got my first electric guitar some years later I could play a faithful copy of their reviewed lead, and I was proud yes then, i was a as a young man at that time.

Enjoy listning and think back

Be glad and make magix musik, i still try

Comments

Jinty wrote on 1/10/2021, 8:13 AM

Hello Finn,

You have created a great tribute to them,I think they would be proud of this track!!!!!!!!!!

All the best,

Jinty......

APMC. wrote on 1/10/2021, 8:24 AM

Beautiful Rock, very loose, relaxed, I liked listening, symphony of guitar and electronic organ well fitted, marvel of harmonious combinations, reminds me of an outdoor trip, a free flight !!

F.R.H. wrote on 1/10/2021, 10:04 AM

Hello Finn,

You have created a great tribute to them,I think they would be proud of this track!!!!!!!!!!

All the best,

Jinty......

I met them at a "smaller" festival here in Denmark, I think it was 1999 or was it 1997, where after the concert I was greeted by two of the members of the group. I never practice idol worship, but love music a lot. The others who played the day before were Mike Oldfield and Maggie Reilly as well as Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, it was times.

F.R.H. wrote on 1/10/2021, 10:05 AM

Beautiful Rock, very loose, relaxed, I liked listening, symphony of guitar and electronic organ well fitted, marvel of harmonious combinations, reminds me of an outdoor trip, a free flight !!

Thank you my friend, it's sometimes a little fun to wander back in time and hear the wonderful variation that our old musicians could create.

Jochen-S wrote on 1/10/2021, 11:01 AM

Hi Finn,
very nice memory of Status Q🎸🎸🎸... I liked it very much...
Greetings Jochen and stay healthy...

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Patient-X wrote on 1/10/2021, 2:05 PM

12 bar blues, rocking all the way, did i get your influence juices going? its good to have the great memories, got me tapping my feet Finn, love the piano, a great listen, cheers. 😀👍🍺🍺🍺🍵🎸

Clay-Brian-Wilson wrote on 1/10/2021, 5:01 PM

I like the bouncy beat and the good feeling of this piece, my friend! Quite a nice mix and it shouts 'fun' to my ears. Very nice, very nice! VME! CBW 10,000 Suns! 👍👍👍👍👍

franco-galateo wrote on 1/11/2021, 3:37 AM

very good track.. sound interesting.. rithmic and melody very well

Franco

Sandro_Glavina_LUELO wrote on 1/12/2021, 12:31 PM

very well done - ciao da sandro