The Cat´s Spring Tango

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Spain

Percussion & Bass & Bass:

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A mixer with cajon percusion on andalusian tango rhythm and bass melody and bass line record and mixed in one track. There is room for solos restless wikiloopers from 2:00 to 3:00 on scale A G F E descending.The sound on percussion of the strings is made to consciousness to emphasize the rhythm of the range as a "slap" flamenco. I hope you like and add your ideas

Comments

March 23 2016 00:28:42
WadeWade
Very cool. Will try to add to the later ones you did with guitar.

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March 13 2016 18:31:55
ivaxivax
Fabuloso Mario...entrañable recorrido ...Flamenco , buenos alimentosy Manzanilla para purificar el alma...gracias por esto

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March 13 2016 18:02:27
ShiShi
I like this one Glez, want to dance !:)

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March 13 2016 16:01:09
OliVBeeOliVBee
nice strut :)

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March 13 2016 14:37:50
bleymehlbleymehl
Very beautiful rhythm, well played! 👍

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March 13 2016 14:36:30
axenvocsaxenvocs
very smooth ear candy.. truly a delight for the senses

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March 13 2016 14:31:25
titititi
Cool track !

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March 13 2016 13:44:41
YoWildYoWild
Can imagine call for Pako de lucia N ladies back dancing crews. Nice ;)

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March 13 2016 12:51:50
jjdfjjdf
very nice sound! I like this... ;)

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March 13 2016 12:33:06
aduadu
Very nice

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