Sweetkenny | Cracks in the Wall

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Cracks in the Wall

by Sweetkenny

Heavy Rock Blues Style Instrumental
Genre: Rock: Detroit Rock
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1. Can't Drive
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2. Some Kinda Song (Groove in 120)
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3. Big D (The Fall and Rise of Detroit )
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4. Goose
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5. Booze and Broads
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6. The Scorpion King
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SweetKenny's " Cracks In The Wall " is a " Heavy Rock " blues free style album.
It's an all guitar instrumental album with songs like " Can't Drive " , and " Booze and Broads ", his free style playing on this album makes it a must have album. when most would shy away from putting an album out like this in today's music because of the free style playing on it, it's what you hear is what you get. but then again most don't have seven (7) albums out there. I (Ken) look at it this way, when your on stage, you can't play it just right or with the same feel as when you first recorded it. spending to much time trying to get it right is a loss in the feel of the music. Rock n' Roll is a feel, not a proper style of music. all you who play know that feeling...


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