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Liquid Vinyl: "Deep Water" Remix

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Uploaded on Jun 28, 2011

"Deep Water" is quite arguably the best and most revered piece of music I've ever contributed to as a song writer. It was the first song ever written by the band Liquid Vinyl in the mid 1990s in Gainesville Fl, and it would forever go on to become the band's closing number for every show. This rock epic was partly responsible for taking this once young college band (at UF-GO Gators!) and transforming it into a regional force to be reckoned with, and more importantly, towards the brink of superstardom. The verse is based on a B minor arpegiated into an A Sus4 chord change inspirfed by Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb", while the chorus combines elements of flamenco based guitar with a post grunge/metal sound that pierces through your ears. The song's post bridge mid section and climax is a full on energetic rocker inspired by Metallica's "Motorbreath" and Pearl Jam's "Even Flow". This video contains very old images, that span through the band's entire career. From backyard parties and frat house rehearsal areas, to sharing the main stages with the likes of James Brown, Pfunk, Seven Dust, The Wall Flowers, Creed, Sister Hazel, 3 Doors Down, Chevelle, Blink 182 and many others to name a few. One major highlight was the band's headlining gig at Gator Growl in front over 70,000 people. This clip is also dedicated to the memory of Jorge Brouwer, a friend of the band who recently passed away. Enjoy the memories and this killer track!

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