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Old 08-18-2015, 10:29 AM
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A new composition written yesterday and recorded today:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i__YiKIwDDw

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very magical and wonderful, Phil! The phrasing is beautiful for this piece and that bass note drones on in great fashion. You have a great gift.....and you find ways to always create heartfelt songs with meaning and uniqueness.

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Wonderful new song Phil. So well crafted and performed - two big thumbs up!!!
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I agree--that was beautiful! Is that standard tuning?
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Lovely tune, Phil!
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Phil that is lovely, I will be listening to this one more than once ! Bud
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Beautiful, soulful and very good sounding guitar!
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Wonderful, great man !
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very magical and wonderful, Phil! The phrasing is beautiful for this piece and that bass note drones on in great fashion. You have a great gift.....and you find ways to always create heartfelt songs with meaning and uniqueness.

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Thanks very much Fred
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Phil I listened to this in the quiet of my morning...like a perfectly phrased sonnet, you tenderly weave the most beautiful notes & chords into this lovely melody. I absolutely love this brother and is in my top 3 Phil favs!

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That was excellent Phil, without a E7, A7 or B7 in sight, lol, how do you do it?

Seriously thought I don't understand why you aren't known as a world class composer.
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Wonderful!
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Wonderful new song Phil. So well crafted and performed - two big thumbs up!!!
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I agree--that was beautiful! Is that standard tuning?

Thank you

The tuning is CGCGCD.
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It's very relaxing, good job The guitar has a nice song too. But I'm the only one who can only watch in 240p? In HD the video and sound quality would be better.
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