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Winds Of Change


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rock improvisation
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Uploaded: Jun 07, 2008 - 06:35:42 PM
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2008 - 06:35:42 PM Last Played: Jan 20, 2018 - 08:35:51 PM
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Feter said 3669 days ago (June 7th, 2008)
Winds Of Change
Indeed You Rock ...dunno why I sence its Hendrix
revisited ...Deep Bow !!!
Check out my latest song called Roll with it
Ibstrat said 3668 days ago (June 8th, 2008)
That
Strat (I think it's a Strat) sounds incredible.Nice stuff!
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said 3668 days ago (June 8th, 2008)
AWESOME! Clean & precise --
Guitar playing, My ears craved more. I guess I'LL play it over & over & over & over............ You da man! Thanks for sharing
magnatone said 3668 days ago (June 8th, 2008)
Winds of Change
Fabulous guitar sound, excellent improv!
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DonStevens said 2287 days ago (March 19th, 2012)
Winds of Change
Wow!
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DonStevens said 2287 days ago (March 19th, 2012)
Winds of Change
Wow!
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Name: FrankAxtell
Location: West Palm Beach Florida U.S.A.
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With over two decades in the music industry, Frank Axtell is a renowned guitarist and composer who is a major contributor to the South Florida jazz/fusion/rock/blues scene. He performs with his own jazz ensemble, The Frank Axtell Quartet/Trio. He wa... [see more]

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Progressive rock (shortened to prog, or prog rock when differentiating from other "progressive" genres) is an ambitious, eclectic, and often grandiose style of rock music which arose in the late 1960s, reached the peak of its popularity in the early

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