Description : Simple blues, rough mix. Composed with my friend Costa Zbinden. We will appreciate if someone would add some vocals! Sirup: guitars. Costa Zbinden: guitars and keys. Alex Richard: bass. Claude Barbotte: Hammond. With my own drum loop (here on Looperman, genre blues).

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  1. Steveo156
    Steveo156 on Mon 11th Nov 2019 - 6 months ago

    This is the kind of blues that lets you can sit back, close your eyes, and put your mind on hold for a while. Good Stuff....

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Thank you for the gentle comment. We really appreciate.

  2. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Fri 26th Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    First let me echo my friend Danke's sentiment that there are definitely not enough blues on this site. That said, holy sh*t, this is fantastic. I spent quite a bit of time wandering the bars/music scene in Austin, TX and this is the kind of music I used to listen to and fell in love with. Great guitar styling, beautiful buttery tone, definitely know your way around a fret board. Outstanding effort on this one by everyone involved. I absolutely loved everything about it. You guys should take this act on the road!! I hope all is well.


    Reply by laurentwirz

    Hey Bear!

    Wow your words are soul balm to our eyes reading your kind comment.

    We truly appreciate your message and can only say thank you!

    Greets and Beats!

    Stay crispy!

  3. TXLAC
    TXLAC on Thu 25th Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    Really nice work! Let me know what I need to do to use it as background music to a slide show. Love it!

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Thank you...
    we definetely want to see that slide show :)

  4. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Thu 25th Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    et bien en voilà un morceau qui est classe! superbement bien réalisé, musicalement parfait, j'ai pris un maximum de plaisir en l'écoutant! de l'avoir téléchargé me permettra de pouvoir le ré écouter à ma guise quand je veux ou je veux! c'est le dur sort qui est réservé aux bons morceaux :)

    Franchement, bravo

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Hey Bleep... merci beaucoup pour l'aimable message! Un plaisir d'avoir ton feedback. Cordialement, Laurent.

  5. Nodog
    Nodog on Thu 25th Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    wow that i like makes a real pleasant change i just love the guitar playing keep em coming :)

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Thanks Nodog

    We are working on many other sweet things to share soon!

    Stay tuned!

  6. monsterage
    monsterage on Thu 25th Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    omg this would fit so well with Lana or Patricia I can imagine either of them singing over this track.

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Thank you so much!

    Yes you're would be a wonderful addition to this song and we would looooove someone with a soulful and great voice could help us out adding some sweet nice painful vocal line!

    Who is LANA?...any link you could share please?

    Have a good one!

  7. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Tue 23rd Jul 2019 - 10 months ago


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  8. danke
    danke on Mon 22nd Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    blues are as rare as the white raven here ... fantastic, moody, smokey guitar-based song and yes Mr. Sltuk said well ... this is Patricia's song ...

    hope you'll find her :-)

    handshake, fav, Danke

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Hey "danke"

    first of all thanks for your coment. the track is still in a raw state but the energy and moods are there.

    Hopefully someone (patricia preferably will add some wonderful vocals)

    BTW: This song is a NON-COMMERCIAL" project and we would love to share our work and collab)

  9. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Mon 22nd Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    Aw DJSLTUK that's sweet. Great work by all involved in making this. The volume seems a little low, but production is great! Nice and mellow. Hope you find a vocalist. :-)

    Reply by laurentwirz

    Thank You patricia!

    We surely hope we'll find a matching vocalist! *hint hint*

    BTW: This song is a NON-COMMERCIAL" project and we would love to share our work and collab)

    DJSLTUK on Mon 22nd Jul 2019 - 10 months ago

    Patricia Edwards is the vocalists you should ask on here to compliment this song as her dynamics would really create something really special to this really nice layed back blues song.

    Really nice sound going on here and sounds great my end.

    Thanks for letting us hear it.

    Will download this for my car as i have a 1300km drive coming up too Sydney and back.

    Kindest Regards,


    Reply by laurentwirz

    LOL....hope you managed your 1300km drive!

    We honestly would LOOOOVE Patricia to add her vocals but we also understand her concerns although this is a "NON-COMMERCIAL" project and we would love to share our work and collab.

    Crossing our fingers to share this once vocals can be added and we will polish it up t make it sound just wonderful to share with everyone for FREE to all who love music with their souls!

    PEACE and out!

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