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artist: Evan Paul
Mike Milillo-Tenor Sax, Jamie Dubberly-Trombone, Doug Wright-piano, and Evan Paul-guitars, drums, bass and com
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One of my best pieces - Yeah, do the tiel walk ;-) Best chart positions: # 8 in Jazz Charts, # 2 in Jazz Fus
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artist: Tom King
title: Online Lover
A Beautiful Mix Of Drums,Guitars,and Piano Sounds.
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title: Just Play It
Instrumental version of a song I wrote entitled "Jamaica". Put on your dancing shoes.
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artist: Carl V Moore
title: EL
Written for my friend Eldredge Jackson, i have to thank Larry Banks for his virtuoso sax playing!
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title: Reach Out
Fusion Blended With Funk
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artist: MikeSch
c mikesch 2015 (Gibson Midtown Custom e-guitar).
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title: WORMHOLE
The title track from our last CD, WORMHOLE.
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Cut# 1: "Apparently Random" - Driving and Melodic Syncopated Smooth Fusion Jazz cut from the Twenty-Sixth Mich
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artist: Ascenzion
Lightly flavored jazz funk over easy. Lively up-tempo piano with the Ascenzion horn section. Featuring sax & t
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artist: AntohStudio
A great cyber collaboration between Argentina and Italy, Antostudio and Daniel Martina
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artist: Osnoff
I did it all just clicking the mouse!!!
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artist: Klaatu (CT)
The music in touristic plan.
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of the wall freeflow improvisation
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artist: Bub Roberts
2 a.m. Midi Guitar (MATON JBX6) One man band doodle triggering 8 different sounds with different velocities in
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artist: Rooney Tunes
People's live's change as love takes root.
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artist: Bao Thao
title: Summertime
My version of this jazz standard, with a little umpff...Enjoy!
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https://mihaisorohan.bandcamp.com/album/watercolors
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Shuffle that keeps shuffling
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artist: GMANgerald
Bassist GMAN Returns with compelling sounds of Jazz/Funk,Fusion & Acid Funk song:'I Remember When...' styles-S
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A mix of jazz backing and rock guitar instrumental.
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a walk in the forest pt one: For my sixty sixth birthday, my second oldest son, Phil and I had made plans to go to the north woods for a three day fishing trip. On the first day when we got there, we had to drop off some outdoor furniture I had built for my sister and nephew living in the area. We spent a few hours visiting them and when our visit was done, we went to secure our cabin. It was getting dark. Once this was accomplished, Phil decided that he would go for a short hike, alone, in the dark, into the woods using his cell phone light as a guide if need be. I knew damn well that going into the woods at night and al...
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