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From the 1985"Earth Songs" album
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artist: SINIMA BEATS
Browse Instrumentals at Sinima Beats: www.sinimabeats.net
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artist: Haven Head
Acoustic tune played on the Gruver Guitars Raritan model. Sweet sound of acoustic guitar inspired by the Colo
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Think lazy Sunday afternoon, church is over, lunch has been had, now you are dozing and day dreaming as the su
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One of the most beautiful melodies I've ever heard. Jude was kind enough to allow me to create a version of th
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artist: Piano Soulos
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artist: Evan Paul
title: Windjammer
CD: "Spirits in the Sky"A journey sailing. This fingerpicken'song has classical guitars, bass and strings.
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title: Goodbye Look
John Pfeifer--Nylon-string guitar, vocal, music/lyrics; Matthew Scott--Twisting of knobs in the other room,
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I just added a new section to this piece. I hope you like the extended version.
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artist: caparina
title: is it love
a romantic sounding harp song
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artist: Walking Man
Two guitars and a sweet desert groove.
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A passionate prayer in pursuit of His presence. The song builds to a long coda of free worship. This is the pr
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artist: Fhangor
This is a chilling song which makes you flow over a beautiful landscape. It removes the maelstrom of gravitati
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My love expressed in music......
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artist: Pinecats
Tired and alone, an old timer just wants to join his loved ones in the everafter...
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title: Harmony
Currently a free downloads! Two acoustic guitars in harmony, all improvised on my Ryoji Matsuoka M50 classica
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artist: MyndsEye
The title.. describes the aura ... for this interesting instrumental collab. Once again....much thx goes to Jo
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artist: Ganimead
A haunting piano composition, inspired by my dear friend Syifa. Performed on Roland SUPER JD-990 Modular Synth
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This is a folk song that I had been wanting to record for a very long time.
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Trap
Another trap trap instrumental with powerful orchestration and a heavy 808.
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Two acoustic guitars in harmony now a free download.
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"Wings From Hell"
Out of the darkness!
Lazy Wilkie
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"Almond Tree"
This is the best restaurant I've ever eaten in.
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"Getting Nowhere"
Sometimes when I'm alone, like so many times before, I take off all my clothes and I roll on the floor. But I'm not crazy no I'm just getting nowhere with you...
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Acoustic Rock
"Small"
I play a variety of cover tunes ranging from The Beatles to Frank Sinatra and John Couger. I also perform original songs that are heavily influenced by The Beatles, Harry Chapin and James Taylor.
melodic blue
The Vancouver Sun: In the 1950s, when the Canvas Lounge existed as the less tony Anchor beer parlour, Robinson introduced CJOR and CKWX's teenaged listeners to the likes of sport-jacketed Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley. He was fussed over Tuesday by the Melodic Blue ensemble's much-tattooed Jamie Nicholson and Steve McCarthy, who have more ink in their hides than a swing band's sheet-music library. Even gala host Terry David Mulligan, whose musicbiz and police gigs have presented many strange sights, was forced to smile Malcolm Parry, Vancouver Sun Published: Saturday, August 02,...
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Tim Hoad
2 and a half well on the way!: Ok, so today has been productive. Firstly, I've 90% finished Max's and my new song. Instead of calling it 'Can't Find a Fault', I've decided to call it 'Lucky'. I like playing the song, can't wait to show it! Secondly, I've decided to call the other song 'Mr. August'. Mr. July was catchier I think, but somehow Mr. August fits with the story better. I've just got to finish polishing it up then it's well on its way to being finished. I've also semi started another song, well, more toying with chords and lyrics instead of starting one for now, that so far seems to be about money troubl...
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