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I really like other instruments on this, for example the flute solo is top notch actually makes the song, keys are very cool and some of the lines were quite hairy.....also has a few moog lines....sort of an old school style fusion piece....guitar panned left ala Mahavishnu & Santana Love Devotion Surrender.....I don't expect this to turn up on top 40 radio.
Thank you if you took the time to listen....life has a way of taking precedent over the the things you like to do ( I have two wee children etc.) and as a result I am not around much these days.

Guitar - 2005 Fender Malmsteen Signature Strat straight into a Peavey Windsor Head, Marshall 412 Cab
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Uploaded: Jan 25, 2010 - 12:09:07 AM
Last Updated: Jan 25, 2010 - 12:27:59 AM Last Played: Apr 10, 2019 - 06:23:47 PM
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Feter said 3496 days ago (January 25th, 2010)
Love Passion & Surrender
Welcome Back Norman what a great return ...top
notch track this axe wail so good ..what a band
the keys the drums the bass ...just spot on !!!
loved all the solos you added here with the
various instruments ...just astonishing
production .always liked a flute ..really groovy
thnx alot for sharin such GEM !!!!!!!!!!!!
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filmscoremike said 3496 days ago (January 25th, 2010)
Very cool.
You're right, the flute solo is top notch. Very cool. I really like how the guitar is panned left. So many things going on in this piece, but it all blends perfectly, and are all necessary to make this what it is.
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TobinMueller said 3496 days ago (January 25th, 2010)
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The jazz band is very cool. Especially dug the electric piano. I thought the Strat sounded like it came from a different space, a different recording session, and another spacial plane, and didn't really integrate sonically. Maybe using less distortion, a cleaner jazz gtr sound. Distortion isn't often used in jazz, it hides the cool notes you are playing. I dig that boingy arpy synth at the end. 70s music was so fun, this reminds me of stuff I used to play (in my wurlitzer jazz days) when I was in college. Thanks for sharing.
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Norman Goodman said 3495 days ago (January 25th, 2010)
About sums it up
Fair enough Tobin...I don't think there is much left to say after your critique except that I appreciate the time you took to listen and thank you for posting your thoughts.
All the best mate.
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ktb said 3495 days ago (January 25th, 2010)
LP&S
that Santana album you referenced in the description is still one of my fav's by him. Norman, great you could take a break from lifes many domestic charms to record this. All the parts are "top notch" to me. The E. Piano/keyboard work especially cool. So this is all you? bravo!
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lengold said 3495 days ago (January 26th, 2010)
Really liking
this very cool groove, it does remind me a lot of those Santana jams from yesteryear which I loved.
Are you playing all these instruments? Superb!
Cheers
Len

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