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The Sheriff's Left Town

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Onto the 8th track of the sumirs3cjams project! Some bluesy-rock oriented soloing this time over a moderately slow offbeat groove. I'm going for an old western type of feel, the type of music to set the stage for an outlaw gang entering a saloon right before they rob a train coming into town. Hope to see you next week.

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Got nothing constructive to say. Just wanted to say hi. Cool cowboy jazz you got right here. I could totes ball wit da ball da bang da dang diggy diggy to this.

Kid Rock reference right there for you little ones that don't know classical music.

S3C responds:

hey what up girl!! nice to hear from you. thanks for checking this out!!

Kid Rock is garbage lmao

Hmm, I do hear some dusty prairie here, but more than a showdown in a dusty saloon, it feels like the kind of music you'd here in a 60-70s action flick with a group of afro-wielding Americans scoping out a bank just before a heist... or driving down a dusty country road right after... or entering a noble Casino in the deserted outskirts of Nevada for a classy con.... or on an old steam roller rolling up the river... or something like that. I image the saloon music would be a bit slower, without so much strumming; not so bright. Nevertheless, twas a classy tune! Blue and moody and groovy and uplifting all at the same time. Cool strings.

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S3C responds:

haha, busted a rib at the "afro-wielding Americans" reference. I can hear the 60-70s rock influence...not sure if that's what you are implying but it's funny all the same. nice visuals; thanks for the review Bobby

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Feb 19, 2016
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5 min 35 sec
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