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Uploaded
Apr 16, 2006 | 11:55 PM EDT
File Info
Song
2.2 MB
2 min 26 sec
Score
2.82 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.82 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,014 Plays | 203 Downloads
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Genres:
Southern Flavor - Blues
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Author Comments

This is a duet I did with my buddy J.D. Smigelski. The first solo is me, the next is him.

Reviews


SevenSeizeSevenSeize

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it!

I agree, not enough people respect the blues.

This sounds awesome.

You guys did a good job. Keep it up! :-)


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TheRealStevieHendrixTheRealStevieHendrix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome, nice to see someone else likes the blues!

all the soloing was very well balanced and it sounded very prefossional.

Now to the review.

Originality: Another blues solo, while I always love them it's not really a fresh idea. 7

Clarity: Background riff could have been looped nicer, maybe next time do it all in one take. The volume was a bit too loud on the soloing (exept the clean one, which was WAAAY too quiet) and IMO the distortion was a bit much; but that's just personal taste so that didn't effect the score. 8

Diversity: Very nice solos, very will balanced and lacked repetition, which is always a good thing. 9

Effort: It's clear that a ton of effort went into this, I know what it takes to be able to solo at all, let alone that good. 10

Overall: Nice to listen to, you get a five! 10

P.S. how does a collab sound?



Stealth-EmergenceStealth-Emergence

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Blues XD Great work!!!

A very typically bluesy tune! :) and you've done a good job with this one too and the solo was flawless

Yeah great work man!

Peace Out!

Stealth


KyleTheMadcap responds:

Thanks.

I should probabily get my recording thing to work, JD actually did the blues rythem, although it's good, I've written some new blues riffs and need to submit them.

Anywho, thanks for the review.
Honastly, they help.

- Kyle the "christianator"