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a blues improvisation
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Uploaded: Apr 02, 2010 - 08:35:50 PM
Last Updated: Apr 02, 2010 - 08:35:50 PM Last Played: Jan 28, 2018 - 12:03:17 AM
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dave_b said 3147 days ago (April 2nd, 2010)
Inner Blues
Great groove, tasty licks, sweet & nasty all at once :) Love that wah!
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VicDiesel said 3146 days ago (April 3rd, 2010)
Hot licks
I like your playing style. It's quite lyrical here, and you obviously don't lack for things to say with that ax.
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Mike_Lynn said 3146 days ago (April 4th, 2010)
Great blues rock
Nice groove, bass and above all great guitar playing. Very enjoyable. Thanks for sharing Frank. Cheers / Mike
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Sirens_Headband said 3141 days ago (April 8th, 2010)
Easy Blues
Pulse here is everything, like a straight line connection to the vault. Nice jazzy sweeps as well- Frank you can bring it !

Daug
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jdholliday said 3128 days ago (April 21st, 2010)
Simply
Blown away! Do you have anything that you want lyrics/melody to?
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Name: FrankAxtell
Location: West Palm Beach Florida U.S.A.
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With over two decades in the music industry, Frank Axtell is a renowned guitarist and composer who is a major contributor to the South Florida jazz/fusion/rock/blues scene. He performs with his own jazz ensemble, The Frank Axtell Quartet/Trio. He wa... [see more]

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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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