Scott Wilson | Yoga Girl

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Yoga Girl

by Scott Wilson

The song was recorded in various home studios in San Diego, Portland, Los Angeles, and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. It features a plethora of guitar solos from 4 different guitar players, including Keith Boyce, Mike Spurgat, Jonathan Hayes, & Tim Orrahood
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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The song is a psychedelic 60's inspired blues song complete with a plethora of guitar solos and special effects. Scott Wilson is a singer/songwriter from San Diego, but the song itself was recorded in various studios throughout the U.S., including studios in Los Angeles, Portland, San Diego, and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. The song features solos from 4 different guitar players - Keith Boyce, Mike Spurgat, Jonathan Hayes, and Tim Orrahood. The song is a homemade production, and the pieces were put together by the individual players in their own environment, which added a casual feel to the production. The song features the drums of David Kendall, and the rhythm guitars, and bass were performed and produced by Scott Wilson, who also mixed the song. It's raw and improvisational, and lighthearted in a way that is not typical of Scott's earlier efforts.


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