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This song is a great jam, probably great to perform live. There are no lyrics or vocals so I can't comment much on those. But there is definitely a market out there for this kind of music in a live setting and for placements. The recording isn't the most tight, performance wise, but fans of this genre may find that makes the song better. A solid jam. Could hear it in a scene of a biker bar playing in the background.
I really enjoyed the rhythm guitar and organ sounds and the chord progression has a Classic Rock feel (that's where I'd categorize this), almost like an early Deep Purple cut. Definitely grabbed my attention from the jump.
I Reviewed a version of this same Song with Vocals so perhaps it's not fair for me to Review this.
However, I kinda like this version better for a couple reasons:
1. You can hear the Instrumentation going on in the background. Cool stuff. Especially the Guitar and Keys. Great work on the Solos.
2. It sounds less Country. On the version with Vocals the Singer has a deep Voice and Singing Style that pushes the Song much more into the Country Style than the Rock Style.
3. The Instrumental Version doesn't have the Lyrics which in my opinion were a bit trite.