Jaco 's Ghost

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09/24/2015
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Comments

September 28 2015 15:22:47
ItocpogoItocpogo Man, fantastic technique and very impressive ideas.
+0 September 28 2015 16:39:52 Itocpogoshelton
Thanks !Itocpogo :)
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September 25 2015 13:46:49
fannefanne Jazz at his best!!
+0 September 26 2015 00:27:46 fanneshelton
Thanks johnv :)
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September 25 2015 07:16:54
kennyadrykennyadry What a great piece this is shelton. Very cool and strange ideas!
+0 September 26 2015 00:28:21 kennyadryshelton
Thanks kenny :)
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September 25 2015 05:42:23
RelativityRelativity I heard this earlier Shelton but was on a cell phone. This is very cool! The entire piece is interesting and despite how it "squiggles everywhere", its not rambling. Its actually very disciplined.May I ask the bass?
+0 September 26 2015 00:32:03 Relativityshelton
Thanks Relativity :) Its
A Mexican,fretless Fender jazz bass
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September 24 2015 23:14:31
GlezBassGlezBass Unique and unmistakable style, plus impressive
+0 September 25 2015 04:55:51 GlezBassshelton
Thanks Glez :)
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September 24 2015 20:24:45
PJEPJE Wow shelton this is bloody marvelous man - it may not be something everyone gets........ but for me, I am totally knocked out by how you play and what you put into your music Great Style my friend love it :)
+1 September 25 2015 04:56:37 PJEshelton
Thanks PJE :)
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