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worried man blues(okeh&kcsaito)


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Mr.okeh sing my blues 'please tell me your blues'
and I remix this tune.
please listen our blues live!
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Comments: 5
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Uploaded: Feb 22, 2006 - 11:17:09 AM
Last Updated: Feb 22, 2006 - 09:58:26 AM Last Played: Jul 03, 2019 - 08:11:57 AM
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Hardware:
kcsaito Imac G5 roland pc300
okeh blues vocal
Software:
garageband2
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said 4931 days ago (February 22nd, 2006)
Raw and Real
Too much! Authentic! In fact, I need to be leaving...the stink of whisky is
making me queasy and the cigarette smoke in this joint is hurting my
eyes!

Keep on doing what you do.
kcsaito said 4929 days ago (February 24th, 2006)
Raw and Real
Thank you.
Please enjoy virtual live of us.
Your comment is glad.

Check out my latest song called Her small body is out of suit with her big soul
Scorpjammer said 4930 days ago (February 23rd, 2006)
Okeh is OK!
Way to sing the blues, Okeh! Sung with deep feeling. I feel your blues!

Terrific arrangement, kcsaito!

Good work, both of you!
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kcsaito said 4929 days ago (February 24th, 2006)
Okeh is OK!
Thank you.
The song of oekh is wonderful.
To sing in the United States, he takes the passport.

Check out my latest song called Her small body is out of suit with her big soul
stratcat said 4901 days ago (March 24th, 2006)
nice job guys
I like the traditional blues vibe you capture here. Nice and mellow
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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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