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    "Superstition" slow blues version

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    Hi folks,

    just uploaded a remastered version of my (very slow) "Superstition" cover. It's only a simple blues version, recorded at my kitchentable with a Zoom Q4 camera. Hope you like my easy listening version :-)



    Greetings from Hamburg, Jimmy

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    Nice playing (as usual, I should add).

    This being a recording forum, I'll just [kind of] echo the comments made on the Knopfler piece post - the room is really present here. Would love to hear you recording in a better space.
    "... I know in the mornin' that it's gonna be good
    when I stick out my elbows and they don't bump wood." - Bill Kirchen

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    me too - why do you play such good guitar in a rubbish space. The string slaps are mega painful in IEMs.

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