Thanks Mike I think it's fixed now. Check:
You may not have heard the sop one as it was only posted on the soprano section and not here.
Yeah, I dig it. There is elegance in your music. Simplistic yet it tells a story based on who you and your guitarist are, as in how notes can relate to attitude.
Organic playing, (technically everything is organic including synthetic...but you know what I mean) which is what I think about when I listen to you guys, is not obfuscated with layers of pretentiousness. Or, to be more apt, to try and cover up deficiencies of imagination.
Naturally, not all compositions, statistically dense, are layered in pretentiousness, it depends on the subject matter. Yet when imagination is on the scarce side, the technical side may tend to take over.
Imaginative work can be expressed well in minimalistic works such as the work you've been producing. If we were to use the communicative analogy of words/notes, then the term 'colloquialism'
can be best offered from someone like myself. Common everyday language which we can all understand which indicates humility. Whereas, common in the jazz genre, at times, there can be too many notes
that are not colloquial in nature. They become verbose in nature and for obvious reasons.
You strive to communicate your work to other ears and I can only respect the impetus to think along those lines.
I surely hope more and more people get a good feeling out of this work because it's certainly
not tied down to a peer pressure operation.