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Arp Music

Featuring: B3nny, Lee Tobin, Oxx and Dead Can Dance New composition from B3nny and something about the upcoming “The Festival of Good Music.” Arpeggio:The notes of a chord played in rapid succession, either ascending or descending. Origin: Italian, from arpeggiare ‘play the harp’, from arpa ‘harp’ Taken from Oxford Dictionaries Online. B3nny(Benny Bomstærk) listened to … Continue reading

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Layne Greene: Live EP Review

Plus: Glen Hansard – The Song of Good Hope and music app Polyrhythm Lite byJork Genre: Folk Released  August 30, 2012 Personnel: Layne Greene-Vocals/Guitar Alex MacNeil-Guitar Shawn Bisson-Mixing/Engineer Andy Cunningham- Photography/crew http://laynegreene.bandcamp.com https://www.facebook.com/LayneGreeneFolk Recording a crisp clear album impromptu takes a lot of skill to achieve. But singer/songwriter Layne Greene has been mixing and arranging … Continue reading