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A custom QBASIC program wrote this.
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A custom QBASIC program wrote this.
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A custom QBASIC program wrote this.
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Several tracks of Korg Monotron.
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A custom QBASIC program wrote this.
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Perhaps inspired by a misremembered line of T.S. Eliot? I thought the line was, "I have measured out time in teaspoonfuls." The proper line is "I have measured out my life in coffee spoons." Oh well. I like my bungled line better.
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Seb's sleeping soundly so i had a little time to do a live in the cellar version of Squeeze box by the Who...i added the percussion after hope you enjoy....Now i can carry on the day and little more relaxed after Squeezing this on out..
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from the album "2017" featuring Madeleine Koestner on vocals
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from the album "2017" featuring Madeleine Koestner on vocals
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Had a jam with myself at the weekend and into Monday and then Tuesday evening, and now my fingers are sore!
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Unfulfilled dreams of a mysterious tango dancer.
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From heart to heart it comes A stream of sounds That so worries, So beckon ... For Trevor, the one and only
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Madame Fortune seems to enjoy spinning that wheel of hers. It's tough to keep up sometimes. As Gilda always used to say, "it's always something." Executed entirely upon the Korg DW-6000 and Yamaha CS1x.
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Tony Rissole said

Ah Someone else who is fed up of the usual mainstream dross. Hope you find what you are looking for.

I believe microbes may have caused me to write this one.
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AMUC said

I like here how certain elements of the track seem to weave in and out of sync with the main tempo of the song. It gives the track this precarious balance, like somebody standing still while riding on a unicycle.

Sorry, it's not a RHCP cover. It's not a typo, either.
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AMUC said

I like the melodic progressions of this. The colorful ‘Arpy’ synthesizers have an Ed Van Fleet feel to them.

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Guest said

I wonder who SHE is? I can think of a couple ppl, only one is not me…

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Guest said

OK I get it, just refresh the entire browser tab.

I studied French horn and piano at an early age and over the years have picked up drums, guitar, vocals, and various woodwinds. In the past year, I’ve taught myself harmonica, an instrument whose proper method of tone production has puzzled me for 30 years. I have a large collection of vintage synthesizers and some of them actually work. I never owned a horn (I borrowed from school one which appeared to have been run over by a garbage truck and then pounded back into a crude horn-like shape). I have completely forgotten how to play the instrument. For that reason, you’ll find no real French horn on my albums; however, you may find some other things. I hope you enjoy.

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