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Old 06-14-2019, 12:12 PM
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Default Fields Of Gold (Instrumental)

The core of this arrangement is from Dan Holloway but I changed it up a bit. Also I added a hint of strings.

I hope you enjoy it.

Mike

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Old 06-14-2019, 12:44 PM
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Really nice Mike...you nailed it, and I think the strings worked in really well. A great song that was in my repertoire when I was playing some years ago. Thanks for posting. Mike
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Really nice Mike...you nailed it, and I think the strings worked in really well. A great song that was in my repertoire when I was playing some years ago. Thanks for posting. Mike
Thank you Mike for the kind words & also for taking time to comment.

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Nice job with that Mike.

Can you record without being plugged in?
I think some of your tunes would sound really good just with a mic or two.
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Nice job with that Mike.

Can you record without being plugged in?
I think some of your tunes would sound really good just with a mic or two.
I have recorded a few times with a mic but not in a while. I may try again soon. Thanks Barry for commenting.

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Very nice. I enjoyed it.
Made me think of a favorite beer of mine at nearby Bald Top Brewery. Fields of Gold is what it's called. cheers
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Mike,

Your playing is so nice in this arrangement, I donít think you need the strings.

As a listener, I really enjoyed it.

Cheers,

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Very nice. I enjoyed it.
Made me think of a favorite beer of mine at nearby Bald Top Brewery. Fields of Gold is what it's called. cheers
Great name for a beer! I'm glad you enjoyed it & thanks for taking time to comment.

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Mike,

Your playing is so nice in this arrangement, I donít think you need the strings.

As a listener, I really enjoyed it.

Cheers,

Bob
I can take out the strings. I appreciate your kind words & also for commenting.

Thanks Bob

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I have always love this song, Mike! Well done -- very enjoyable listen!

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I have always love this song, Mike! Well done -- very enjoyable listen!

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Thank you Glenn for taking the time to listen & comment. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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