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Gobi


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ShadowofNine

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Music for lost ships in the Gobi.....

Hope you like Gobi

© Shadow Productions
2009
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Uploaded: Nov 07, 2009 - 11:10:07 AM
Last Updated: Nov 07, 2009 - 11:10:07 AM Last Played: Nov 21, 2015 - 03:21:39 AM
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crissew said 2937 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Cool middle eastern
vibe with a hit of celtic flair at times in this one. Love the use of the cymbal and tambourine (i think that is what it is) in this piece. Subtle and effective. Nice job.
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Feter said 2937 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Gobi
Expressionist piece ...Oriental spirited music
even with a cool guitar chords sequence ...
very imaginative I m enjoying this so ..great
arrangement ..kudos ..thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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scaustrita said 2937 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Great Feel
You captured the feel of the Gobi Desert.
I can feel the desert winds on my face.
All the instruments play well, and they dance about the rhythm . . .

:: Imaginative ::
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Moviz said 2937 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Great picture
to accompany this very interesting music... (but how many lost ships can there be there?) I love the instruments you've used here and the melody..... haunting and lonely and lost, yet spacious sounding. You have a great ear and musical understanding and very prolific too, regards M
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sloparts said 2937 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Only in the mind
can I ever see a ship resting on the Gobi dessert in the sand. Like something out of "Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind" Like maybe the musical reaction one might have to seeing such a scene in your back yard in Mongolia. (After you stopped quaking in your boots, that is)

Nice piece Dave, very well done in all regards. Just excellent my friend.

Ed
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richard13 said 2936 days ago (November 8th, 2009)
Hauntingly lovely
and the mix of far east, near east and western sounds is beautiful. Very nice, Dave. Thanks.
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dave_b said 2936 days ago (November 8th, 2009)
Gobi
Like that guitar, both the progression and the sound. If it's midi, it's real tough to tell... Can't tell what all the instruments are, but the lead line all the though is nice. In some places almost sounding oriental. But cool concept - what would a boat be doing in the Gobi anyway? If it were there it might sing a song like this. Thanks, enjoyed this.
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BossHook said 2935 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
I've never
been to the Gobi desert - and the "feel" does include an East meets Celtic taste. I always think you have trained ear for how to produce a piece.
SISTERS said 2935 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
captured
i love the way you turn music into humans singing here.
i was amazed pretty much from the first strum.
100 votes, and a million thank you's for the gorgeous sensitive music.
anne
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VicDiesel said 2935 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
Cool
Nifty melody, and it sounds good on that wind instrument. What is that? Duduk?
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kassia said 2935 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
oh man dave
this is incredible. i love the shimmery guitar and the ehru is excellent! what a beautiful, haunting tune. the combination of instruments is unique and gorgeous. i love those ebbing and flowing gong sounds. the hand cymbals. all of this is just excellent - very well put together and beautiful.
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Narad said 2934 days ago (November 10th, 2009)
Gobi
Very well performed. Like especially the erhu violon.
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ConnieO said 2934 days ago (November 10th, 2009)
Gobi
I'm a big fan of yours and like the lonliness and vastness feel of the song. At first I liked the acoustic guitar but felt it too repetitious throughout the song.
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CC_Connection said 2934 days ago (November 10th, 2009)
10 Stars!!!
This is so beautiful, you make such lovely music!

XOXO,
CC
johnnyblues said 2932 days ago (November 12th, 2009)
Awesome ODD
Time signature. Beautiful composition. Well done man -Kudos! Love mthe guitar and solo instrument ?? What is that - vocal/reed extrodonaire -awesome!!!!! Great ship graphic!
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Bob6stringer said 2925 days ago (November 19th, 2009)
Gobi, or Joshua Tree...
Sorry for not having something more specifically musical to add her. But it's great. I've never been to the Gobi but this could work for my experience of Joshua Tree: Outdoors in deafening silence until the whisper of a rock-climber a quarter-mile away offers itself as plainly and clearly audible as if it's coming from 6 feet away.
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