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Joseph was chief of the Nez Perce. In 1877 the Nez Pierce were ordered to a special land reserved for Native Americans. The Nez Pierce refused to go and Chief Joseph tried to lead his people to Canada. They were trapped just forty miles from Canada. After a five-day fight, the remaining Nez Perce were beaten.
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Fans: 2
Plays: 155
Downloads: 127
Votes: 4
Uploaded: Apr 28, 2006 - 06:40:49 AM
Last Updated: Apr 28, 2006 - 09:15:45 AM Last Played: Oct 11, 2018 - 02:42:18 PM
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Mcboy said 4614 days ago (April 28th, 2006)
bend it..
like beckham...hehhhe...tasty licks.....u sound nice n comfy here...which is
the only way to play the blues.....no tentativeness here.....enjoyed this
much, especially your approach......!
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MarkOla said 4614 days ago (April 28th, 2006)
bend it..
Thanks Mcboy, so glad you enjoyed.
Your right, I was nice and comfy doing this, felt very good.
Guess the Great Spirit Chief was with me.
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composerclark said 4574 days ago (June 7th, 2006)
Nice Jam
It's a nice jam, with tasty licks, as McB says, and I love the guitar sound
you get. Only suggestion I'd have is to try to structure it a bit more, so
that it gradually builds to some form of a climax. It's consistently good
playing, but for me the mood remains pretty similar throughout, so some
sort of increase in tension might help that a bit.

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The blues is a vocal and instrumental form of music based on a pentatonic scale and a characteristic twelve-bar chord progression. The form evolved in the United States in the communities of former African slaves from spirituals, praise songs, field

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