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I found the backing track and did a quick lead over the top. I have no recollection of doing the backing track. I've found a few tracks like this. OldTimer's is setting in.
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Uploaded: Jan 08, 2012 - 04:42:42 PM
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2012 - 04:42:42 PM Last Played: Nov 19, 2018 - 12:40:27 PM
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sammydix said 2532 days ago (January 8th, 2012)
HN
cool groove to this song and i like the ambiance on the drums. the guitar was esp pleasing here.

looks like we've got something in common with finding forgotten stuff.
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grah3am said 2532 days ago (January 8th, 2012)
Hi Sam
I have to admit I like the backing guitar better than everything else, but at least the lead guitar gives it some sense of beginning and ending. Maybe after it's gestated a while it will become something - part of another song perhaps.
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alackbass said 2532 days ago (January 8th, 2012)
The Hooting Nanny
The tone and phrasing of your lead work was reason enough to fan this one!
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grah3am said 2532 days ago (January 8th, 2012)
Ta very much
I was just listening to Sisters' amazing world collaboration and it makes this little noodle seem rather feeble. Let's hope it can grow from a seedling to a mighty oak, or at least a larch.
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Fire_Angel said 2532 days ago (January 9th, 2012)
Inspiring stuff for guitar lovers.
Very clean and crystal guitar work, it has a lovely mood to it.
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grah3am said 2532 days ago (January 9th, 2012)
Thanks
It's just a few twangs. As I said earlier, it was the chorused backing guitar that I like the best. I kept the lead as restrained as possible, not least because I'd've made lots of mistakes if I tried to show off.
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richard13 said 2531 days ago (January 9th, 2012)
What a hoot!
I've come across a couple myself that I don't remember making. OldTimer's isn't setting in if you can play like this. Lovely.
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grah3am said 2531 days ago (January 9th, 2012)
I hope
it will get lovelier, or become part of something else. Even though I have no recollection of doing the backing, it and other pieces like it won't be wasted, as they have a habit of returning, often in a different guise. We probably all end up writing the same things over and over. But that's not bad. Even John Lennon used to recycle his own tunes. (Out of the Blue is Sexy Sadie, for example.)
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Mosaica said 2526 days ago (January 14th, 2012)
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How nice to come across lost stuff! I like the way this slowly builds. Gentle & warm sounding, and the pans work well in headphones.
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grah3am said 2526 days ago (January 14th, 2012)
Weird
how one can spend time recording something, then not remember doing it. It's either mental illness or a busy lifestyle. Thank you for listening, and please go berserk on your next recording. I'm sure it would be fun.
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