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That's the stuff



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An idea I had in the shower this morning.
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Uploaded: Jan 18, 2007 - 08:17:14 PM
Last Updated: Jan 18, 2007 - 08:17:14 PM Last Played: Nov 16, 2017 - 09:44:56 AM
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I. Spike said 3959 days ago (January 18th, 2007)
Their heads went a rollin'...
Gene Kroupa goes to India where he meets up the Phoenix horns from Earth, Wind & Fire, a flamenco guitarist named Filbert, and the legendary bluesman, Fat Blind Bourbon Willis. They all sit around, drink tea, eat wild and strange fruits, and play music until their heads fall off and roll around on the floor like little dimes spinning in perpetual motion...
...or something like that...
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said 3959 days ago (January 18th, 2007)
good comp
like the rolling drums. must have been some shower Must have cleaned this right out of ya cool fun listen thanks for sharing
_nderscore said 3959 days ago (January 18th, 2007)
completely groovin, slick! i have no clue how to vote this so i will leave it be.. but i got down on it!
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peacepiano said 3958 days ago (January 19th, 2007)
That's It
A musical journey with a slick beat to hold it all together. I really enjoyed listening through a few times. You packed a lot of stuff in here.
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elfdaughter said 3957 days ago (January 20th, 2007)
That's the stuff indeed!
I love it, Cipher! Especially the rolling drums. I think I'm a sucker for rolling drums. I second ego - must have been some shower!
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