Connick and Ingram

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  1. Nordic Trumpet

    Nordic Trumpet Pianissimo User

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    I've just discovered Stage6 · Upload Video Clips. Share, Watch, Download Videos which has many videos with very good quality.

    Of course I had to search for one of my favorite bands and stumbled across this pearl:

    Stage6 · Santa Claus is Coming to Town - Video and Download · kundie

    This clip is a good example of why Roger Ingram is my favorite lead player. Of course he can go high, but he does it with perfection. His playing is just so clean and powerful! Listen at the end of the clip!!

    Enjoy...

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  2. BergeronWannabe

    BergeronWannabe Piano User

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    Yeah, I have that DVD...Roger is awesome! But he's still my 2nd favorite lead player- :cool:
     
  3. Nordic Trumpet

    Nordic Trumpet Pianissimo User

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    No surprice there. :lol:
     
  4. hubnub

    hubnub Piano User

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    Roger is hip....but man, Leroy Jones is a bad ass! That cat has soooo much soul!!
     
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  6. hubnub

    hubnub Piano User

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    Roger is such a monster!!! I saw this show live and he was killin it!! Double C's all night and didn't even break a sweat!!!
     
  7. rowuk

    rowuk Moderator Staff Member

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    Make no mistake, Roger broke sweat training to get where he is today! Once you have developed the correct habits, maintenance is much easier!
     
  8. BergeronWannabe

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  9. commakozzi

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    Ditto man! Oh god I love me some Leroy Jones! That dude can play man. In fact, when I was still in high school back in 1992 his solos on "Blue Light, Red Light" were the first that I ever thought to myself "Hey, you know I'd like to write those down and learn them." So, that's when I learned how to transcribe... from Leroy's solos! Love 'em man, just love 'em!
     

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