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playing this song makes me feel like i'm back in the 70s. remember the 70s? mirror balls, leisure suits, hairy chests decorated with gold-linked monstrosities....oh, not THAT 70s. sorry...

i'm a big fan of how mitch plays his part during the verses. it's not the same as the drum performance on the original recording, but i certainly don't have a problem with his interpretation. in fact, i like it much better than what is found on the original. kudos mitch; y'dun gude!

my goal during the solo was to make it more lyrical and "classic" to fit the overall vibe. i really tried to hold back and show some restraint, and it took all the strength i could muster to not release the chaos (not to be confused with the kaoss, which reappears in the next song). eventually it was all I could stands, and i can't stands no more! thus, the solo's ending flurry of bombast...

the outro feels so rawk to me. it makes me smile. insert pyro and cavernous stadium reverb on the last note, and maybe we'd give gene & paul a run for their money. my guess, however, is that gene's money would not be out in the open as to be able to dash away (dash away, dash away all). now where's that make-up remover...

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reverend reeves gabrels ii (orange), zvex wah probe, blackstone appliances mosfet overdrive, xotic ep booster, earthquaker devices the depths, source audio orbital modulator, mxr carbon copy, randall rm100, lava retro coil and clear connect cables, curt mangan strings, soldier straps

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from live + loud on lincoln avenue, released November 13, 2014
original studio recording on the album "Balance: The One-Forty-Seven Manifesto" (2010, Spinning Axis Music)

words & music by jason davis © spinning axis music (ascap)

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Jason Davis New York

"Jason is a great guitar player who knows how to serve the song and still hang ten. "
- Reeves Gabrels, (solo artist, David Bowie, The Cure, NIN)

Davis' guitar styling and "left-of-center" musical disposition has led to artist relationships with Reverend Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, & Lava Cable.
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