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1. SOULFUNK Ian Tait & Lillithe 2016

  • Published: 2016-08-12T18:51:48Z
  • By Lillithe
SOULFUNK   Ian Tait & Lillithe  2016

SOULFUNK Ian Tait & Lillithe Ian Tait Guitars https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait Lillithe Backing track / Production Sophie vocal HEADPHONES

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2. Sing A Song (tHE bLUE rOOM/Ian Tait)

Sing A Song (tHE bLUE rOOM/Ian Tait)

Music: The Blue Room : all songs © Vocal/Piano: Mark Ian Bryan Rhythm/Lead Guiitar: Ian Tait https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait Like ´Radio High´, there are few lyrics to 'Sing A Song' but it carries a message nonetheless. If life is getting you down or all the bad things in the world are depressing you...Sing A Song. There are known benefits to singing, here are a few: Strengthens the immune system, releases endorphines, lowers stress levels, improves circulation, improves sleep & my favourite, tones facial muscles...saves money on plastic surgery....not that I could afford it ;))

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3. Lee Lucas & Ian Tait - Breaking Point

Lee Lucas & Ian Tait - Breaking Point

A month or so back my good friend Ian Tait messaged and sent me a cover of a Deep Purple song he had done the music to, and asked if I would like to sing it. Well to be honest normally I would jump at the chance, but when I seen the song of theirs he wanted me to sing, I knew it would not suit my voice and instantly another clouders voice who I knew who would be perfect to do the job sprang to mind. So I gave him my recommendation for the job and told Ian to get in touch with him. Now I do not know if Ian had done, but as he asked me in the first place, it was about a month prior to this, I happened to hear a superb instrumental piece he put out on his cloud, he entitled "Le Mans" and at the time I heard the piece I actually thought about messaging Ian myself to ask him if I could write some lyrics to it and sing it. So now was my perfect opportunity to ask him, as I did not really want to let him down in the first place. There is no doubt in my mind that Ian's instrumental track "Le Mans" is bang on perfect to the title of the famous motor racing event and sport. Ian had also mentioned to me at the time he sent me his music, that I could change the title if I liked, and as a rule I never like to, as it already gives me a subject matter to write about and in reality is a great starting point. But straight away I knew that this particular subject of motor racing was never gonna be something I wanted to write about. Simply because this sport and cars for that matter do not interest me one bit. So I very much decided to change the title to "Breaking Point" and go in an entirely different direction regarding the subject matter for the lyrics I wrote here, to which I still feel works very well with Ian's superb music. In order to make "Breaking Point" work for me as a singer, I very much had to chop up Ian's music and rearrange and piece it together to suit all the parts I wanted to sing in it. In doing so, I had to throw out a lot of Ian's great guitar work, and even though my version is only 1 minute shorter than Ian's, there is in fact a lot more I have thrown out of his original piece to make this work. So I really do suggest you do if you get the chance, give Ian's original track a blast, it really is superb. I would like to thank my good friend Ian for giving me licence to dissect his great music and make this Rock in another light. You can find Ian's original instrumental piece "Le Mans" here: https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait/le-mans "Breaking Point" has been made as a free digital download @ Bandcamp and can be had here: https://leelucas.bandcamp.com/track/breaking-point Breaking Point (Music By Ian Tait/Words By Lee Lucas) Lee Lucas - Vocals & Backing Vocals - Artwork. Ian Tait - Guitars - Bass - Drum Programming. Smashing stuff courtesy of Freesounds.org. The lyrics are as follows: It's ten to midnight an angels at my feet is it mercy you cry out for or are you in need of sympathy Stress and tension now surrounds me as all hell starts breaking loose and if I cannot contain it there's no telling just what I'll do Chorus As I fall down on my knees you will hear me scream in a violent rage of pain don't come near I'm at my breaking point breaking point It's this helpless situation that causes one to crack (you might at some point think there's a devil on your back) Chorus It's when I fall down on my knees then you will hear me scream no please, please don't come near you just might get hurt there's no telling what I will do especially to you I'm an helpless case of fear and rage I'm at my breaking point breaking point Please find time to leave comments to which are all very well appreciated, and many thanks for listening.

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4. Radio High (tHE bLUE rOOM/Ian Tait)

Radio High (tHE bLUE rOOM/Ian Tait)

Music By: The Blue Room Piano Intro/Keyboards/Vocals: Mark Ian Bryan Guitar Lead/Rhythm: Ian Tait soundcloud.com/ian-tait

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5. The Stealer (collab with Ian Tait)

The Stealer  (collab with Ian Tait)

The Stealer (Free) Written by Paul Rodgers / Andy Fraser Ian Tait, the great Scottish chef, guitarist and noted philosopher, posted this great version of the Free classic the other day, along with a note saying that he'd nearly ditched his own vocal and turned the track into an instrumental. In a moment of reckless opportunism, I wrote and asked him if he'd allow me to have a try and, generous man that he is, he said yes. This is the result. Pay no attention to the man behind the screen…just listen to Big Man Tait play. (Gary Reeves)

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6. Funk The Blues - Stringburner, Land of Orz, Santi-Caballero, Ian Tait, Julien Apelian and Pinner

Funk The Blues   -  Stringburner, Land of Orz, Santi-Caballero, Ian Tait, Julien Apelian and Pinner

Here's another collaboration just packed with funk and great players from around the world. Represented on this tune are musicians from Germany, Spain, Scotland, France and the US (3). Pretty sure you will enjoy this one. It's an original funk fusion tune that lets everyone here stretch it out a bit. Germany's Mirko Borach (Stringburner) holds down the deep groove on bass, with Barcelona's multi horn player Santi-Caballero Mendez creating the head. Solos from Mike "Land of Orz" Orzek with a fuzzed out wah guitar, Santi-Caballero smoothing it down on sax, Scotland's finest Ian Tait bringing it back up again with his signature electric funk guitar playing, France's wonderful keyboardist Julien Apelian on a great synth patch, and then New Jersey's fine jazz guitarist Stephan "Pinner" Lipinski bringing it home with his serious Scofield funk guitar style. Wow. So much playing here. Great job guys! Thanks as always for your generous time listening, for your comments and for your shares here on SoundCloud and on social media. Please check out and follow these superb players.

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7. Ian Tait

  • Published: 2014-01-11T01:48:37Z
  • By Ian Tait
Ian Tait

Greahest Tits

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8. Le Mans

  • Published: 2015-12-02T18:13:00Z
  • By Ian Tait
Le Mans

Something to help blow off the winter cobwebs :) Hope you guys enjoy it...aint let rip like this for a while :) Thankyou For Listening :) Ian Tait

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9. Funky Strat Strut - with Ian Tait / guitar

Funky Strat Strut - with Ian Tait / guitar

Gotta love the open invitation from Scotland's finest SC guitarist, fuzzmaster and executive chef Ian Tait https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait to join him on this heavy funk rocker. Ian's signature funky sound and outstanding Wah playing were just what the doctor ordered for me, so I jumped in with some heavy synth guitar patch to try and match Ian's electricity on my keyboard. On this track I take the first and third solos. Damn this was fun Ian!!! You are back with a vengeance. Thanks as always for your time listening, to your welcome comments and for your shares.

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10. Ian Tait, Nakisha Esnard Rainbow Country Bob Marley Cover Re-work

  • Published: 2015-01-27T18:10:49Z
  • By ENNÈ
Ian Tait, Nakisha Esnard Rainbow Country Bob Marley Cover Re-work

Ian Tait downloaded my acoustic version of this cover and re-worked it into something rather special indeed.

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11. Can't Get Enough Of You - with Ian Tait / guitar and Mirko "Stringburner" Borach / bass

Can't Get Enough Of You - with Ian Tait / guitar and Mirko

The funkiest guitar player on SoundCloud is BACK, with this grooving original, Can't Get Enough Of You. Scotland's finest has teamed up with Germany's super funky slap bass marvel Mirko "Stringburner" Borach, creating what I can only say reminds me of one of the all time greatest tunes, Mountain's Mississippi Queen. But Mountain never had a rhythm section playing with this much funk! Ian's letting me do my thing on keyboards, and you can hear me soloing in the right channel, trying to hold my own over this nasty rocking blues. Follow these guys for some of the best music going: https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait https://soundcloud.com/stringburner And for our many tracks together: https://soundcloud.com/jamie-rhind/sets/cooking-with-ian-tait-1 https://soundcloud.com/jamie-rhind/sets/stretching-it-out-with We thank you for your generous time listening, for your comments and for your shares.

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12. Blues For Charlie - with Tom Adams, Ian Tait and Kevin McCuistion guitars

Blues For Charlie - with Tom Adams, Ian Tait and Kevin McCuistion guitars

Blues For Charlie is a dedication to the lives that were lost recently in Paris and now Copenhagen. Our hope is that the emotion of the playing here touches people to remind them of the sadness of these horrible acts. Three very fine guitarists have joined me in this tribute - Tom Adams, Ian Tait and Kevin McCuistion. Kevin leads us off and is followed by Tom and then Ian. Check out and follow their great playing: https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait https://soundcloud.com/kevin-mccuistion-1 We Are Charlie

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13. Drifting Away (Ian Tait & Telefan)

  • Published: 2015-03-15T13:44:05Z
  • By telefan
Drifting Away (Ian Tait & Telefan)

Ian Tait created this amazing track. Ian is an amazing guitarist. It is a joy to jam to this. https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait Ian Tait- original composition, guitar, and bass Me- Telecaster, and Big Muff Pi Nano

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14. Goin' Home - with Ian Tait / guitar

Goin' Home - with Ian Tait / guitar

Another fun one with Scotland's outstanding guitarist and master chef Ian Tait. Ian once again brings it home with his signature funky solo and rhythm playing that matches so well with my jazz fusion roots. Sure you'll enjoy this groove and tune I wrote, and be sure to check out Ian's gallery here too. He cooks! https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait

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15. Sink Into Oblivion (Ambient ballad mix Feat. Ian Tait)

  • Published: 2014-09-08T15:07:31Z
  • By Brambient
Sink Into Oblivion (Ambient ballad mix Feat. Ian Tait)

A brand new ambient ballad mix of the original 'Sink Into Oblivion' featuring Ian Tait on the lead guitar. The song is originally intended to be a Chillout and meditative , but Ian's guitar work has added an unexpected rock ballad flavour to the song !!. It was great experience working with Ian on this collab. Please share it with your friends and let us know what you feel

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16. Fall Chill - with Ian Tait / guitar

Fall Chill  -  with Ian Tait / guitar

Scotland's finest SC guitar player and gourmet chef Ian Tait https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait and I have whipped up some fall chill for you. Wouldn't be Ian without a little funk too, so we've kept a funky groove for the chill. Summer is leaving us, our leaves are turning, so why not throw out some Fall Chill. If you haven't yet checked out Ian's outstanding gallery, you will find him here at https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait Thanks as always for your time listening, commenting and sharing among the SoundCloud and social media communities.

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17. Good Friction (David Daniel, Ian Tait, And Telefan)

  • Published: 2015-02-14T12:01:04Z
  • By telefan
Good Friction (David Daniel, Ian Tait, And Telefan)

I am so thrilled to work with David and Ian. I wrote this riff, and approached Ian for bass; I asked him to channel his inner John Entwistle. I contacted David was blown away by his lyrics and vocals. Thank you both! David Daniel- Vocals & lyrics https://soundcloud.com/daviddanieleyez Ian Tait- Bass https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait Me- guitars

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18. Keep It Funky - with Ian Tait / guitar

Keep It Funky - with Ian Tait / guitar

When you want some seriously funky guitar playing look no further than Edinburgh's Ian Tait. Ian's got that feel, that sound, that taste and that rhythm that one can't teach. It just oozes from every recording he has done. Check out his outstanding wah track here and his textbook lines, as he once again gets more funk out of his guitar than almost anyone can. No need to ever tell Ian to Keep It Funky, especially on our original here. Follow Ian's fantastic collection of tunes here on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/ian-tait And for the collection of tunes we have recorded together: https://soundcloud.com/jamie-rhind/sets/cooking-with-ian-tait-1 Thanks as always for your generous time listening, for your comments and for your shares

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