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    Default my project Solomons Disco 44

    opinions wanted,.......if you happen to dig 'em, the downloads are free but please throw us a 'like' on Facebook

    https://soundcloud.com/sd44blues/set...sco-44-singles



    https://www.facebook.com/Solomons-Di...7125967648742/

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    Whew, that's some hot R&B you playin, Klothos! And I like the cartoon...can't tell this emperor anything!

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    We also do some traditional blues, too

    http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13582605

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    Quote Originally Posted by klothos View Post
    We also do some traditional blues, too

    http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13582605
    I think your ability to do Blues N RNB so well may be your new sound we were talking about On a pervious post...about the Next New Sound...

    I must agree with Blueshawk, your RNB is hot n certainly an almost forgotten genre.
    As a kid I grew up in Harlem for awhile n all I heard was Muddy, BB, Buddy Guy, Howlin Wolf, Etta James but as music changed a bit Soul or RNB took over and James Brown though primarily Funk was funk, Blues and RNB, such artists like Aretha, were prevelant ......your ability bring it back your way n do traditional Blues may help you stand out"""
    Good Job,
    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoo View Post
    I think your ability to do Blues N RNB so well may be your new sound we were talking about On a pervious post...about the Next New Sound...

    I must agree with Blueshawk, your RNB is hot n certainly an almost forgotten genre.
    As a kid I grew up in Harlem for awhile n all I heard was Muddy, BB, Buddy Guy, Howlin Wolf, Etta James but as music changed a bit Soul or RNB took over and James Brown though primarily Funk was funk, Blues and RNB, such artists like Aretha, were prevelant ......your ability bring it back your way n do traditional Blues may help you stand out"""
    Good Job,
    James

    wow, i dont know what to say.....thank you so much: what an awesome compliment

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    Fresh Track - Funky Blues, I guess...Free Download, too....Enjoy Please "Like" us on Facebook

    https://soundcloud.com/sd44blues/hey...-free-download

 

 

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