Camille and Kennerly | Paint It Black

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Paint It Black

by Camille and Kennerly

"Paint It Black" (The Rolling Stones) Electric Harp Duet - arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Electric Harps.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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Camille and Kennerly perform their hauntingly beautiful Electric Harp Duet arrangement of "Paint It Black" by The Rolling Stones.


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John Broadway

Paint It Black
Absolutely fantastic! That is the best way to describe this excellent rendition by the Harp Twins. Their arrangement contains so many unique little tweaks that make this a totally awesome listening experience. Played so skillfully fast with incredible accuracy, it is a joy to hear. I shall be humming their tune for months!

Steven Angulo

Brilliant cover of a legendary song
Dramatic and intense, with beautiful and impressive bass lines, this rendition of Paint It Black is truly one of the Harp Twins' masterpieces, and I'm not even a Rolling Stones fan!

Steven Angulo

A fantastic tribute to a Rolling Stones classic
Beautiful, exciting and suspenseful, once again the Harp Twins prove that with exceptional talent any song can sound as if it had been designed for a harp duet. Truly a wonderful arrangement with brilliant variations. Someone must tell the Rolling Stones to listen to this, if they haven't already!