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Sunset Soulful Groove Backing Track in Am | SZBT 921
Composed, played and produced by Sebastien Zunino
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This backing track is made for guitar, saxophone, horns, violins, singers, bass, flute, pianist, trumpet or any instruments ...
Usually it's some groove, blues, smooth jazz, neo soul, latin, fusion or any styles of music.
You can use this to improve your skills, practice improvisation, practice licks, learn scales, improve your sense of rhythm ...
I try to make everyday beautiful music for you and I hope you'll like it
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