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Date
05/15/2005
File Info
Song
1.7 MB
2 min 7 sec
Score
2.58 / 5.00

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Rated 2.58 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Southern Flavor - Blues
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Author Comments

Upon reflection, the electric keyboard part is completely unneccasary

Reviews


robertemeraldrobertemerald

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very original

The sort of music you only find online. Highly inventive and fun.



HumanBeanHumanBean

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Skip the effects...

your music doesn't need them. Unlike some of the other folk on here...



JonH2OJonH2O

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great blues stuff. The guitar rocks.

Really great blues stuff. The bass really keeps that bluesy sound ;) That screeching (kinda sounds like a retarded sax) didn't seem too bad, I thought it was cool and kind of readys the gutiar due to the similar pitch. Although Many people don't appeal to that sort of thing. Some people may just wanna groove to the bass and drums on their own. For them you could maybe level it down a tad. *shrugs*

The guitar solo has an improv quality to it, it's really fun to listen to because there is so much different stuff that unravels. Also, it melds the end of a couple measures by fasting up at the beginning that doesn't make it directly on the beat for a split but creates a 'side project' to grasp onto. I like that; it gets my attention. That delay effect really works well.

I'm not sure which keyboard part you were talking about being uneccasary. everything seemed fine with me!
Great song man.

The originality is all for the solo..That's what blues is all about...I think.

- J.W.