Man's Survival Not Easy

Remix step #2 (playing)
United States

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I used Telemetry's horn line (Track 31316) as the theme. I watch the History Channel a lot on this topic, and 100,000 years from now humanity may not be able to overcome devastation from a horrendous Ice Age. My call and response with the theme is the sadness to this possibility and my solo lines represent hope that humanity will survive.

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February 14 2015 04:00:07
TelemetryTelemetry
Been on a trip to Africa. Nice to hear adds. :)

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February 10 2015 09:56:53
frankiejazzfrankiejazz
Original style!

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February 10 2015 05:15:48
akethesnakerakethesnaker
Fits nicely:)

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February 10 2015 02:53:13
FishinmissioFishinmissio
Nice

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February 09 2015 18:54:40
LieschingLiesching
Great sax add

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February 09 2015 18:52:44
Lenny CowlerLenny Cowler
wow!!! Perfect!:)

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