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David Tiller & Enion Pelta — The Tants of Toyt
Album: Man Chasing Woman Around Table
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Released: 2008
Length: 4:25
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(Instrumental)
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 Shesdifferent wrote:
A little too mad fiddler for me.....{#Wall}

 
And what's wrong with a bit of mad fiddler? {#Boohoo}
It's 5 am here, and my eyes are a little blurry.  I looked at the title, and I thought it said "The Taints of Toyt".  {#Ask}

Dig the groove, though.

(Edit: I see that smackiepipe made the same mistake.  Glad I'm not the only one.)
A little too mad fiddler for me.....{#Wall}
If you like this be sure to check out Taarka... another Enion & David Tiller project.  Very talented group out of Lyons, CO.

I read it as The Taints of Toyt. Glad I was wrong.
Hot new Dawgs in town!
Dig it!
Reminded me of Grisman's Acousticity. More, please!

 ed wrote:
Dixie Dregs, anyone?
 
I have tried several cuts and none make it past the LRC.

I like this though.... Bill, quite a theme you have going this morning (EST).  Thanks.  Hope the boss doesn't find out I am spending more time in the song comments than doing the work he gave me. 

OK make it stop now. Thank you. Moving on to Vivaldi.
headache...{#Beat}
annoying
If you happen to be in the Morocco section of the World Showcase at EPCOT, the house band is named MO'rockin! This could be a clone of their electronica enriched fodder. Incredible 5 string bass player, lots of traditional and electronic (not automated) percussion and the sexiest belly dancer you're ever likely to encounter at Disney.
Everyone I've turned on to this performance expresses grave doubts, and is uniformly blown away.



Next please {#Arghhh}
weary of eastern stuff

Bill, shameless repeat of the October 21 set.
Horrible

Horrible


This music is good for the ears...


 felix_the_man wrote:
nice bass solo in there!!
 
Whoa, no kidding!

 splooge wrote:
"kick ass"
 
indeed

Dixie Dregs, anyone?
definately
"kick ass"
Oh Mama
nice bass solo in there!!
signus wrote:
Pretty similar to Bela Fleck and the flecktones (including Victor Wooten)
ONLY with Victor!
Hillbilly funk/rock? I know it when I hear it! :boohoo: :dancingbanana_2:
piece of cake.
TerryS wrote:
Once more into the breach dear friends........ It's the better half of hoyt.
Unto, Unto the breach! . . . or close the wall up with our english dead
TerryS wrote:
Once more into the breach dear friends........ It's the better half of hoyt.
toyt-ota ?
don't they mean 'pants' ?
xkolibuul wrote:
what's a toyt?
Once more into the breach dear friends........ It's the better half of hoyt.
Wilmshurst wrote:
Where do you get those silly things? i want them too so that when i here gypsy funk groove balalaika crunchy bass and extras, I can do it too!!! :dance: :dance:
Pretty similar to Bela Fleck and the flecktones (including Victor Wooten)
xkolibuul wrote:
what's a toyt?
At Danny's All Star Joint They've got a jukebox that goes doyt ,doyt. (hope that helped)
wally42 wrote:
I would like to request the addition of a band to the playlist. Toubab Krewe. Similar feel lots african influence as well, all instrumental. An excellant live act as well.
I second that...Toubab Krewe is great! I haven't had a chance to catch them live yet but hope to someday! Oh yeah, and this sounds excellent too!!
xkolibuul wrote:
what's a toyt?
Is it "The Dance of Death" ?
I like this. Great Work RP. Any Taarka on the playlist I'ts David and Enion's full band. I would like to request the addition of a band to the playlist. Toubab Krewe. Similar feel lots african influence as well, all instrumental. An excellant live act as well.
katalyst wrote:
Side note....Mars will be as close to earth as possible Aug 27 2006 at 11:00pm pacific standard time. This has not happened in 60 million years and will not come this close again for another 60 million years. This is a once in a lifetime event.
not for me. i've already seen it twice, and i don't plan on checking it out this time. the other 2 times it was all primitive here on earth, so no one really knew what a telescope was. you know, 60 million years ago. (wouldn't "as close as possible" be "touching?")
glassjawgrlxxx wrote:
what are tants?
French Aunts :doh:
what's a toyt? glassjawgrlxxx wrote:
what are tants?
Side note....Mars will be as close to earth as possible Aug 27 2006 at 11:00pm pacific standard time. This has not happened in 60 million years and will not come this close again for another 60 million years. This is a once in a lifetime event.
mooseisadick wrote:
Music to bomb Arabs by.
Buhwuh??
Music to bomb Arabs by.
let's play the FEUD!
peyotecoyote wrote:
so much fun - ayeeeeee :bananajumprope: :bananajam: :dancingbanana:
Worth repeating. :biggrin:
Great bass playing: sixteenth notes abound a la Jaco!
ancient future twin sons of different mothers?
:music: Daaaaaaaammmmmmmnnnnnn this is one crunchy groove :music: Rock on u crazy madolier!!
:bananajumprope: :bananajam: :notworthy: :bananasplit: :guitarist: :boohoo: Cool Theme
:clap: :music:
WonderLizard wrote:
Bass player sounds like Victor Wooten. Anybody know?
Hmmm... I came here to say the same thing... But ya know... I learned something today... WonderLizard's god a damn good ear.
so much fun - ayeeeeee :bananajumprope: :bananajam: :dancingbanana:
what are tants?
Tasty!
Nice.
WonderLizard wrote:
Bass player sounds like Victor Wooten. Anybody know?
The bass player is a fellow by the name of Garret Sayers. I don't know anything else about him, unfortunately.
Bass player sounds like Victor Wooten. Anybody know?
I'll bet that's what Jared says every New Years'. 'My Tants are Toyt!'
I read this as David Tiller and Onion Pelta. It might be time for bed. :lol:
:puke:
This song has nice instrumental work but is five times as long as it needed to be.
Excellent. I just may be in love with the bass player on this track. And the violinist. And the mandolin player. And the drummer's pretty hot too.
BTW, nice touch to play it after Yes "Roundabout," two songs with an emphasis on skillful bass work.
This is a pretty good tune. It's in heavy rotation the last few days -- let's hear something else from this disc too.
Since Amazon doesn't have the CD, I thought I'd link where you can find it! David Tiller and Enion Pelta Click on Merchandise, and it's the first thing there. (The image is broken, but I'm assuming everything else still works!)
great segue from the TMBG