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I startes out with the notion that I would create something progressive and stick to that goal , Sometimes I lose my way
So this is as progressive as I can be
hope you like it its a bit long!
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Uploaded: Jul 18, 2013 - 06:02:18 PM
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2013 - 06:02:18 PM Last Played: Jan 24, 2017 - 12:53:07 PM
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magnatone said 1376 days ago (July 18th, 2013)
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you got the stuff Tim!
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paul f. page said 1375 days ago (July 18th, 2013)
Feels like...
...the sky in the graphic you've chosen: just a little burnt, a little toasty, and shimmery with bent heat waves that press down with insistency but are not oppressive. There seems to be much more form and focus in this number than I've heard from you in a while, a direction to all those bent guitars and the rumbly bass pattern that drives this onward. Time to bring out the oil pans perhaps? Cool. (Yeh, I'm old! ... at least I didn't add "Daddy-O" or, oops, I just did.)
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Skean said 1375 days ago (July 19th, 2013)
It's always a challenge to make songs long.
And great music like this can go on forever, nice one my friend, thx for the dl, cheers.
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PrototypeEightyOne said 1375 days ago (July 19th, 2013)
Cool interplay with the guitar... Enjoyed the listen. Good job man.
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Bowman said 1375 days ago (July 19th, 2013)
a cool understated swagger that I like.
Good one.
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Outtaorbit said 1375 days ago (July 19th, 2013)
Damn fine....
This is in Parameter....nicely done
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Vic Holman said 1374 days ago (July 19th, 2013)
aw yeah!
what can i say other then i think i just got a high from this. super dreamy haze. to the ipod it will reside
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Llarion said 1372 days ago (July 21st, 2013)
Doesn't sound lost...
But you have to go where the muse leads you. IN this case, she led you to more of the psychedelic place than a prog place, but whatever; it works... Sorta some Doors and some Floyd going on. Follow that muse! :)
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CIASM_ZENABI_ said 1372 days ago (July 22nd, 2013)
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interesting build up of sound. cool dynamic to the overall outcome of all those sounds.
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Sigmund said 1370 days ago (July 23rd, 2013)
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I like the live feel to this, and you can definitely tell it is yours - you have a unique way of approaching your music - very interesting! Enjoyed -
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Bob Rodgers said 1370 days ago (July 24th, 2013)
wonderful piece of music Tim, nice bends on the Fender that blend in well with the instrumentation.
Very much enjoyed.

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PeterB7858 said 1366 days ago (July 28th, 2013)
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A bit surf, a bit spacey, a bit out there - a bit of alright. Hypnotic and fluid. Thanks, Tim. Regards, Peter.
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