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Music of Paulanderson and vocals of morgan102
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Hits: 1327
Comments: 6
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Plays: 64
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Uploaded: Jan 22, 2016 - 03:59:33 AM
Last Updated: Mar 04, 2017 - 01:55:19 PM Last Played: Feb 17, 2019 - 02:34:06 PM
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DWL said 1156 days ago (January 22nd, 2016)
Classy!
Smooth work Morgan. Impressive!

Cheers

Dick
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paul f. page said 1156 days ago (January 22nd, 2016)
Smooth...
...I enjoy the general feeling of this song but was distracted throughout by the volume of the bass. I know that the bass is a hallmark of songs like this, but it is just too loud for my ears. You may wish to take another look at that. Could just be my speakers (or my poor hearing!). Love the vocals. Wow. You can SING! and you can DELIVER this kind of vocal line so easily and naturally. Impressive.
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Proliferous_Rose said 1153 days ago (January 25th, 2016)
Since
Great sound, as usual. Good to hear you again.
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AllenDean said 1152 days ago (January 26th, 2016)
wow
and, thats all one can say...
just, wow!
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MarkHolbrook said 1150 days ago (January 28th, 2016)
So smooth
I could use a drink right about now! Nicely done!
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Char said 1142 days ago (February 6th, 2016)
Yeah.
This was nice. Thanks.
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Rhythm and blues (or R&B) was coined as a musical marketing term introduced in the United States in the late 1940s by Jerry Wexler at Billboard magazine, used to designate upbeat popular music performed by African American artists that combined jazz

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