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The Double-Time Apprentice and the Half-Speed Master (part 1)


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I wrote this song sometime around late winter/early spring of this year. I titled the song after the "Half-Speed Master" audiophile pressings of records and just did a little play on words with it. I tried to write this song in a sort of call and response method where the instruments "talk" to each other. Part 1 represents the Double-Time section and then part 2 (coming soon) is the Half-Speed section.
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Uploaded: Sep 25, 2009 - 01:32:53 PM
Last Updated: Sep 25, 2009 - 01:32:53 PM Last Played: Jul 02, 2019 - 01:23:48 AM
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Feter said 3588 days ago (September 25th, 2009)
The Double
this is tough ..fast and rough ...even when
the piano sound fast but it works ...nice
mixing and arrangement ...good moog work
kudos ...thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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ConnieO said 3588 days ago (September 25th, 2009)
part 1
Michael, Your work is good...it reminds me of some of Johnny Blues' (name is deceptive) older catelog.
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guitapick said 3588 days ago (September 25th, 2009)
Your time changes...
...are very cool. High energy stuff...
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Fioretti said 3588 days ago (September 25th, 2009)
Thanks
Thanks for the kind words everyone. I appreciate it!
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