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Africa Suite, Part 4


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Warren Smith

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Part Four of a projected five-part song suite created from melodies that came to me while touring South Africa. My intent is not to sound African (whatever that may be, as there are so many different varieties of music as there are different nationalities and cultures). I'm more interested in trying to capture the emotion of being in a certain place and time with my own musical expressions. I woke up with this melody in my head early one morning after a restful night of sleep.
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Uploaded: Oct 10, 2005 - 02:51:02 AM
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2005 - 02:07:29 PM Last Played: Oct 28, 2015 - 07:46:20 AM
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thetiler said 4248 days ago (October 10th, 2005)
Like the melody
This composition is chuck full of fun melody. Very ear chatching to me.
Nice theme going on, like how the percussion kept in time with the
melody as well.

Good going!
Check out my latest song called They Went Underground
falzaabi said 4247 days ago (October 11th, 2005)
nice
I like it ,sound good,
Check out my latest song called cav gold
said 4239 days ago (October 19th, 2005)
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Hey Mr. Smith....
i enjoyed this piece, liked the melodies and the synth sound.
Well composed and played..
Wish I could have met you at the Old Man River Cafe for
Schletty's show...

Cheers
said 3307 days ago (May 9th, 2008)
Tentacular
Every song you create is vital and engaging. Wow, like dancing wallpaper or singing anthills.
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Name: Warren Smith
Location: Brooklyn NY USA
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Born in a Minnesota blizzard, I'm now residing in a coastal heat of Brooklyn, New York City. I recorded my first original composition as a teenager using a reel-to-reel tape recorder back in 1967, and I'm still finding it a creative challenge... [see more]

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