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Mr. Karr, a gray-white-haired man who owns a small shop is very
impressed, almost overwhelmed, by Mrs. Beau. Why that is and
what happened you will hear here - with drums, bass + guitars:

"mr. karr" -- note: This requires clicking the grey "play"-button.

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Your thoughts on this are greatly appreciated.

Enjoy! :wink:

PS: There is also a direct link: play here
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Cool track on what at first sight seems an ordinary situation!
Well rocked!
:)
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Allomerus wrote: Tue Jul 02, 2024 8:03 pm Cool track on what at first sight seems an ordinary situation!
Well rocked!
:)
Thank you, Allomerus!

Yes, exactly - an ordinary shoplifting situation with a
beguilingly charming mother who impresses Mr. Karr.
The idea is based on "All the Years of her Life"
by Morley Callaghan.

Instead of focusing on heart, pain and life stories as
usual, the guitarist also finds this topic very important.
:o
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Your lyric pdfs open in a new window :tu:

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Great rock song. I liked it in every way... the structure, the performance and the sounds. Good record.

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seismic1 wrote: Fri Jul 12, 2024 2:55 pm Your lyric pdfs open in a new window :tu:
Ha, yes of course, we'll be grateful for your suggestion.
However, it will take a while to change all the songs like this. :wink:
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cool song, I enjoyed it very much. great vocals btw

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Another top track. Love the storytelling.
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Wow. that's probably the biggest snare I've heard for a long time. Definitely a throwback to the late '80s. It's a very dynamic-sounding piece with the drums helping to drive the changes through the song. Good storytelling.

I imagine that telling the second part of the story would require a complete change of mood and atmosphere, which would take you in a completely different musical direction.

Good work :)

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