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bkidd wrote:I agree with djembeweaver that this rhythm is a little tricky to solo over because the dununs are, frankly boring. Maybe I haven't heard enough versions of djole, but the square and driving nature of djole, which makes it great for dance classes and playing with a good deal of energy, also make it easy to wara wara over top of the dununs. I'd say it's harder for me to come up with juicy solo phrases that fit nicely with the conversation and elevate the rhythm, rather than using generic binary phrases that fit into the space. Maybe I'm just not that creative yet.
bkidd wrote: this rhythm is a little tricky to solo over because the dununs are, frankly boring.
djembeweaver wrote:I can easily uninspire myself soloing over djole.
But for the other version I think MK is doing a great job, isn't he?!
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