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Mabel (w.i.p. test cut- instrumental)


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GregDz

 Genre: Progressive Rock

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Based on a tune we wrote in the last 1960's. No vocals at this point. Solos are not final- just put in same stuff as place holders.
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Uploaded: May 28, 2011 - 04:53:22 PM
Last Updated: May 28, 2011 - 04:53:22 PM Last Played: Apr 29, 2019 - 04:34:52 AM
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Hardware:
iMac, Mac Mini, G4, M-Audio, Yamaha & Rhodes midi keyboards
Software:
Logic 9, lots of instrument samples and software instruments
Comments
dave_b said 2943 days ago (May 30th, 2011)
Mabel
I can hear some ELP & Santana in this. Sounds great!
Check out my latest song called Llarions Blues
GregDz said 2943 days ago (May 30th, 2011)
ELP & Santana
THANKS for listening and the comments! As a keyboard player in bands from the late 60's and early 70's Bands like ELP and Yes were big influences (check out some of my other songs). I didn't really think about the Santana sound when I first laid this down but felt it afterwords and am now working on a couple tunes in that Genre. Thanks again!
Check out my latest song called Jackson's Lullaby (11/20/13)
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Name: Greg Dzubay
Location: Phoenix AZ United States
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Started playing in regional touring bands in Minneapolis in the late 60's. Keyboard player, into computers and electronic music since they first came out. Built my own synthesizer in 1970 as a high school electronics project. Sort of worked. My fa... [see more]

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Progressive rock (shortened to prog, or prog rock when differentiating from other "progressive" genres) is an ambitious, eclectic, and often grandiose style of rock music which arose in the late 1960s, reached the peak of its popularity in the early

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