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Original rock track: Man On The Run

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Totally unique. This is what it would sound like if Roger Daltrey sang for Guns and Roses. You have the high, fuzzy arpeggiated chord played as single notes, ala Slash. Joined by a melodic bass providing counterpoint, ala Duff McKagan. The beginning harkens back to "Sweet Child of Mine." Then you introduce a vocal line and style that sound like it could have been in "Tommy."

Kind a of Slash-like laid back blues solo. Sweet.

Definitely rock, perfect mix. Nice high note, too. It made sense and totally fit. So, when you are touring the southern states of USA?

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Weill, and i say it sounded a little like Tom Petty and a little like, hmmm, what´s his name now, eh, Neil Young, actually i think it sounded very much like Neil Young. That said, it sounded very good and very professional. This was a total joy to listen to. A great achievement.

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