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Old 02-26-2021, 01:49 PM
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Default Down At Cocomo's by Martin Taylor

A really nice calypso which uses a piece of card through the strings to try to replicate steel drums. Includes a couple of bloopers and a none-too-subtle key change [emoji4]

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That was excellent! I can only imagine the amount of work to get that tune down and recorded! Terrific job......
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That was excellent! I can only imagine the amount of work to get that tune down and recorded! Terrific job......
Thanks. Just imagine a stupid amount of work then double it [emoji4]
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Good job on this Martin! Well done!

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Good job on this Martin! Well done!

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Thanks Glenn, I appreciate it.
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Wow, very impressive! I was wondering how you were getting the tone until I saw the card stuffed through the strings
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Wow, very impressive! I was wondering how you were getting the tone until I saw the card stuffed through the strings
Thanks Reeve. It is surprisingly effective!
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Thanks Reeve. It is surprisingly effective!
I was hearing nylon and seeing steel

Again, great work in a style that is not easy!
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Again, great work in a style that is not easy!
Apologies for messing with your head [emoji1]
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WOW!That is amazing !!! Thanks!!
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Old 03-04-2021, 04:25 AM
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WOW!That is amazing !!! Thanks!!
Thanks, I appreciate it.
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