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album art ZEPHYR (Just Can't Stay)
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Song Information

Released: Oct 19, 2017 | 4:08 PM
Category: Rock
Application: Logic Pro/Studio
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 14.45 MB

Plays: 273
Downloads: 0
Weekly Plays: 13
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Thursday

License: Commercial derivatives allowed; contact artist for permission
Back in June I recorded and posted this tune on another site.

Done in DADGAD tuning, it's really just an excuse to play wah lead guitar!

This version has been thoroughly remixed and remastered.

A simple song about movin' on...

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FreeEarCandy Artist

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Nice guitar tone in the beginning. The tune seems to have a rockabilly vibe, but then, it reminds me of the band "Ten years after" in spots. I like the overall tune. Nice guitar licks and mood variations. The wah sounds good too, but my personal preference would be to limit its use during the vocal areas. Use it as filler/accent between the lines. Defiantly works well during the open lead areas. Nice!

-Dean
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1 month ago
cacciamai Artist

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Hi. The art cover capture me then the guitar intro yeah cool song very well performed. I like your singing dude. A little on the dark side but that's ok I go to the dark side all the time. -cacciamai-
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sammydix Artist

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This would be the perfect song for a live jam-out session.
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Calchas Artist

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FreeEarCandy wrote:
Nice guitar tone in the beginning. The tune seems to have a rockabilly vibe, but then, it reminds me of the band "Ten years after" in spots. I like the overall tune. Nice guitar licks and mood variations. The wah sounds good too, but my personal preference would be to limit its use during the vocal areas. Use it as filler/accent between the lines. Defiantly works well during the open lead areas. Nice!

-Dean


Thanks Dean. You may be right... sometimes less is more...
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Calchas Artist

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cacciamai wrote:
Hi. The art cover capture me then the guitar intro yeah cool song very well performed. I like your singing dude. A little on the dark side but that's ok I go to the dark side all the time. -cacciamai-


Dark side? Hmmm... I am a MOODY bugger...

Glad you enjoyed the tune man!

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Calchas Artist

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sammydix wrote:
This would be the perfect song for a live jam-out session.


"jam-out session": YEAH! That would be great fun. especially two or three lead guitarists trading licks in the instrumental sections...

Thanks for clocking in Sammy!
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Dyl Artist

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Great song. Love the tones in your voice and in your guitars too. Bravo.
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