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The Odd One Out - Backing Tracks

by Martin Cilia

The Backing Tracks for guitarists to play along with. "The Odd One Out" album is a diverse collection of songs and styles with plenty of variety from soaring bluesy rock to acoustic picking. It provides a good healthy dose of guitar playing.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. The Odd One Out
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2. Real To Reel
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3:04 album only
3. Cry For A Shadow
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2:46 album only
4. Exile On Chapel Street
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2:39 album only
5. Medication
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3:55 album only
6. The Same Song Remains
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5:05 album only
7. Old Guitars
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4:11 album only
8. Chunky
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3:23 album only
9. Pick On Me
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1:56 album only
10. Ancestor
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4:41 album only
11. West Of Bondi
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3:37 album only
12. 1993
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13. Road To Ballarat
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Pick on Me" a preview video from the album: http://www.martincilia.com/browse.asp?page=480.

Read about the guitars used on each track of the Odd One Out.

1. The Odd One Out – A bit of fun played in 2, 3, and 4 part harmony using my white 1961 Fender Stratocaster into a early sixties AC15 twin amp and 1961 Fender 6 string bass played through a 1966 blackface Fender Super Reverb Amp.

2. Real to Reel - The melody guitar is my 1963 candy apple red Strat played through my 1964 Voc AC30 amp and the rhythm guitar is the 1961 Strat.

3. Cry For A Shadow – This Beatles tune is played using my 1964 Gibson Firebird guitar into an Alesis QuadraVerb GT direct to tape. A Blond 1962 Gibson J200 acoustic is on rhythm.

4. Exile on Chapel Street – Guitars used on this track are a Gibson 1958 Les Paul Goldtop into a 1973 Marshall 100 watt amp and quad box. A 1965 Burns Double Six 12 string in greenburst and the 1961 white Strat.

5. Medication - Played on a Gibson Chet Atkins nylon string guitar.

6. The Same Song Remains – 1958 Gibson Les Paul into a Quadraverb GT then plugged into a tweed Fender Champ amp.

7. Old Guitars – This one is from the archives! Recorded on an 8 track recorder as a demo. I think this song has merit and deserves to be heard so I have included it on this album. Guitars used – Gibson Chet Atkins nylon string, Martin D28 acoustic, Fender Strat.

8. Chunky – A funky tune played on a 1960 Gibson Les Paul Junior into a 1958 Fender Bassman amp. Rhythm guitar is an L series Fender Stratocaster.

9. Pick On Me – I played this on my 1956 Fender Telecaster into the tweed Fender Champ Amp.

10. Ancestor – This was played on my 1935 Martin 00-17 acoustic guitar. The low ‘E’ string was tuned down to ‘D’

11. West of Bondi – Melody is played on a 1959 Gibson Les Paul Custom into a 100 watt Marshall Amp and also a Burns Double Six 12 String into a Vox AC30. Rhythm guitar is the white 1961 Strat into a Vox AC30 Amp.

12. 1993 – The intro and slide guitar is played on a 1964 Gibson Firebird. Main melody and solo guitar is the 1958 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop into a Quadraverb then a tweed Fender Champ amp. Rhythm guitar is a 1960 Les Paul Junior into a 1973 50 watt Marshall amp and box.

13. Road To Ballarat – A solo guitar piece played on my 1935 Martin 00-17 acoustic guitar.


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