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This is another one of those haunting songs by my friend Brent Dungan. The part I played is very, very minimal on this, but it seems to complement the song. Brent did the acoustic guitar and vocals, so I will forward comments to him about the song.
 

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This was great, awesoem playing and vox!! :thumb: :thumb:
 

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Fantastic vioce on your mate. Classy stuff - I like the subtle guitar underneath underpinning the acoustic. very well crafted :thumb
 

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Scott Parnell said:
Very, very excellent tune here. This is some fantastic composition skill here. Truly,, this is reall great. I'm glad i stopped in to hear this one. Hats off to you and your buddy Brent.
I really appreciate your comment here for a couple of reasons. Brent considers himself a very limited guitarist. His chord vocabulary isn't too broad, he doesn't like playing barre chords and he's not a lead player. However, his voice is a tremendous instrument and compositional tool. Most of Brent's songs are built around the proverbial three-chord structure associated with rock-n-roll, and he seems disappointed by the lack of complexity. However, I often remind him that some of the greatest most compelling songs have simple, basic chord arrangements. His ability to create music that is melodic and passionate really transcends whatever chording lies behind it. This should be a source of inspiration and encouragement for all of us, to not be afraid or apologetic and just go out and make music.

Thanks too for all the other comments. All thoughts and input are welcome.
 
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