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He never performs the same work twice, even if long rehearsals were involved. It features a swift rhythm played on drums and accompanied by a guitar. During the war the price of records had been significantly reduced, making records affordable for a much larger segment of society. The step-by-step instruction and jam-with-the-band tracks on the CD make learning how to improvise fun and easy. Only like 4 system songs even have a guitar solo. The music is characterized by complex structures, angular melodies and constant abrupt changes in tempo and time signature.

Pages: 125

Publisher: Notables Inc.; F First Trade Edition edition (November 1999)

ISBN: 0967671507

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