Matt Wilcox
BELLBOTTOMS AND BEADS
By: Matt Wilcox
Catalog ID: 542740   Duration: 1:03   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 78   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Rock Music | 1970's Rock
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Straight up vintage early 70s late 60s Zeppelin-esque rock good for concerts and retro scenes. Hippies with long hair getting groovy with fringes on their sleeves, basking in the age of aquarius, while guitars and hammond organ soar.   Keywords: led zeppelin jimmy hendrix cream yes progressive prog clapton distorted overdrive overdriven crybaby wah free freedom peace love counterculture protest



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