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It was music which had been brought up from the Mississippi delta by migrating post World War II Negroes and hardened and toughened and electrified and amplified to suit the dance halls and mean streets of Chicago, and it thrilled me to the very depths of my soul. To a dissolute white kid from the mean streets of a concrete housing estate, this music seemed tailored to echo the way that I felt - Fred McCormick on discovering The Best of Muddy Waters (on Pye International), in a world of Cliff Richard and Helen Shapiro

Author Topic: just practicing trying to create music like Mance Lipscomb  (Read 184 times)

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Offline kinsuk

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just practicing trying to create music like Mance Lipscomb
« on: October 03, 2020, 05:02:27 PM »
hello folks i feel very shy but this is a recording of me about 5 years ago
i read its good to record your practice so i did and this is what i found out to be the best
i am trying to make music like Mance Lipscomb (as hes my favorite) the audio quality is very low so ull have to dig into your headphones
(excuse me )  any feedback tips do's and dont's lessons all are deeply appreciated .
thank ya'all for listening cheers and eagerly awaitng your response (forgot to mention sry )

https://soundcloud.com/kinsuk-bhagat/just-practicing-around-and-found-some-words-to-go-along
« Last Edit: October 03, 2020, 08:02:00 PM by kinsuk »

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