Geoff Kraulik

Geoff Kraulik

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Unique - Soundtracks | Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,579   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 8/8/2020
   Sounds Like: Dream Theater, Metallica

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Geoff Kraulik posted over 30 days ago to Roy Elkins

Hi, Roy, I have question regarding one of the licensing opportunities, FT11CG11, could you please clarify "classic rock" as stated in the description? Since classic rock seems to be a moving target over time, which generation are they referencing?
Thanks, Geoff.

Roy Elkins posted over 30 days ago

Sikyon, Thanks for the question. Classic Rock is generally 60s, 70s & 80s. I heard someone refer to Green Day as Classic Rock the other day, time does fly. Maybe Nirvana and others are starting to enter the Classic Rock realm as well. It is a very good question as it is a moving target....Also, sorry for the delay in my response. Sorry I missed this.....Hope this helps and thanks for being a member.....Roy

Geoff Kraulik posted over 30 days ago to Geoff Kraulik

Two new pieces of music, "Wrath of a Tsunami (Japan)," and "Living Hope" are posted online. They should be listened to in that order since one is the prelude to the other. Enjoy.



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