Description : Blues Rhythm Guitar Track similar to Richard Kenricks' 'Royalty Blues'. Collaboration Request. Drums, Bass and Lead Guitar, too. (Vocals maybe...) I've got my idea, but I'm open to attempts.

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  1. FaridHumanoid
    FaridHumanoid on Sun 10th Nov 2013 - 3 years ago
    Really like this one.
    May I have to try on vocal?
  2. TurfGoldMusic
    TurfGoldMusic on Thu 8th Aug 2013 - 4 years ago
    Yeah I'm digging this, real cool. I see your from fremont, I used to work out there in 05". Keep'em coming, I'm feeling this tune right here.
    Reply by KAMPUTERA Super Awesome! High Five backatcha. :)
  3. arzu12345
    arzu12345 on Fri 17th May 2013 - 4 years ago
    Amazing Amazing .. very smooth
    Reply by KAMPUTERA Thank you arzu12345! Mentally and physically I worked very hard on this to get the energy I wanted. I wish it was recorded cleaner, but at the time I had a lot of negative activity going on. So I quickly did a makeshift recording. Pressure sucks! But wonderful things can sometimes come from it. Always look for the joy. :)
  4. Darkreine
    Darkreine on Fri 17th May 2013 - 4 years ago
    This is really good man. I might take a crack at some lyrics when things slow down a bit, if that's OK with you. I'll send it to to you if I do.

    Great blues riff.
    Reply by KAMPUTERA Thanks. You can do as you please. I'm open to it.
  5. CuzzinCoo
    CuzzinCoo on Fri 17th May 2013 - 4 years ago
    whats the tempo?
    Reply by KAMPUTERA 85 BPM. (Give or Take.)
  6. Travlife
    Travlife on Fri 17th May 2013 - 4 years ago
    Not compressed or mixed will i'll see what i can do i wanna add a trap feel to it im sure you dig it but connect with me on twitter @ and email me at im doin it now
    Reply by KAMPUTERA Thanks. I appreciate anything that you can do with it. Thanks much.
  7. FearlessWretch
    FearlessWretch on Fri 17th May 2013 - 4 years ago
    Hey Kamputera. Nice chords you got their. Got that searching feel. Fits well with the title.
    Good work bud.

    Reply by KAMPUTERA Thanks for the Listen. I appreciate it!

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