A little fun....blues song I recorded a while back when internet radio was at it's infancy, featuring my friend Scrub of Scrub Radio.
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Song was recorded on a reel to reel tape in 1964. Sung by Dot Rainville. Guitar: Gene Dubreuil & Piano: Johnny Vallee.
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I did the guitar over a backing track found at http://www.thegwr.co.uk Thanks to Pete Spaldin
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It's a blues story about place in Joisey - Rt 46?
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Instrumental that includes RHODES, Roland RS5, Dave Smith Rev2, Arturia Microbrute, Hammond organ, electric guitar for effect, MOOG, SUBSEQUENT 37 CV, and KORG, minilogue share the lead.
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A friend sent me a track he made and ask me to see if I could add a vocal to it. Well, I did this vocal; and, he didn't feel it was what he was looking for.... A few days later, I went back and listened to my vocal and liked it. I added a couple of g
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Love can be like a rose & thorns or two edged sword. This Blues song is for any time, season or reason; but was uploaded in February, the month of love, for all who understand deeply the heartfelt beauty and/or sharp pain inherent with LOVE.
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a dark blues...with a positive theme...last track for "Yucca Flatts Meets Bukka White" CD
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Guitarboy-Guitars, Vocals, Bass, B3* Rick Brunetti-Drums* Written by Guitarboy*Produced by Baker Scott for Guitarboy Studios
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Jude Law (aka Ekaterina) created this cool blues backing track and invited anyone to have fun with it, and I had a blast, Thanks Judie.
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Here is another sun, sand and surf song. However, this one has been tailored with a mystery for the Halloween season.
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