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Resting Easy (Smooth Jazz by Mike Huntingford)

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Newest smooth jazz piece. Hope that you enjoy it.

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Uploaded: Apr 17, 2016 - 12:44:45 AM
Last Updated: Apr 17, 2016 - 12:44:45 AM Last Played: Apr 18, 2019 - 12:10:45 AM
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mfwmiles said 1156 days ago (April 17th, 2016)
...beautiful and smooth and perfect for a sunday morning...love the pipes...and the keys...all the way through this has a great easy feeling...and the percussion is killer!
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MikeHuntingford said 1156 days ago (April 17th, 2016)
Hi, thanks - my mission is done... giving folks a moment of peace is what is all about.

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paul f. page said 1155 days ago (April 18th, 2016)
...and mellow as can be. Such a relaxing little number, the whole thing framed by just two chords and allowed to spin out naturally, creating a blue-tinged mood that just seeps into one's head and draws a lazy curtain over one's cares. So nice to hear this.
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Parichayaka said 1154 days ago (April 19th, 2016)
This sounds like you really enjoyed creating it. I certainly enjoyed listening! Like Michael said, the percussion is very tastefully done too.
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Name: Michael Huntingford
Location: Fountain CO United States
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I am a retired Canadian military officer that has settled in Colorado after 30-years of service. In 2007 I found myself needing to find something to occupy my time, now that I was retired. I discovered that I had a knack for making music. I have no... [see more]

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