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Mi White Hart



 Genre: Reggae

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An instrumental, based on a riff I've been playing on Bass in my local pub's (the White Hart) jam session.
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Instrumental (maybe lyrics will come sometime)
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Comments: 7
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Votes: 1
Uploaded: Jan 09, 2008 - 05:04:46 PM
Last Updated: Jan 09, 2008 - 05:17:44 PM Last Played: Mar 22, 2019 - 09:02:44 PM
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said 4118 days ago (January 9th, 2008)
I like it
It has a carefree reggae feel to it, Irie mon!
wurzel said 4108 days ago (January 19th, 2008)
you like it. Peace and respect
Check out my latest song called A Bell In The Valley (Cathedral Mix)
Diviner said 4117 days ago (January 10th, 2008)
Very cool
Good reggae style, esp when the horns kick. Good bass as well. Nice one wurzel, another cracker.
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wurzel said 4108 days ago (January 19th, 2008)
It's way good to get positive feedback from someone who's produced such quality stuff. Yay!
Check out my latest song called A Bell In The Valley (Cathedral Mix)
falzaabi said 4104 days ago (January 23rd, 2008)
I love it
i love the fun feeling in it
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MJG said 4103 days ago (January 25th, 2008)
Nice sound W
Enjoyable listen, I second the horns being my favorite part also, excellent sound quality.
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said 4094 days ago (February 2nd, 2008)
Mi White Heart.

I love Reggae too. Happy go lucky feel to it. Horns are great.

more please.
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Reggae is a music genre developed in Jamaica. Reggae may be used in a broad sense to refer to most types of Jamaican music, including ska, rocksteady, dub, dancehall and ragga. The term may also be used to distinguish a particular style that originat

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