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This isn't really a question, but an FYI. I have a musical ear and loved the James Bond article. It got me thinking about how often there is a stepwise progression regarding music and the final product.
Experience has taught me NEVER to throw away a musical idea. It can later morph into something phenomenal with the right inspiration.
Case in point: Go to 5:37 - a little past the middle. Sounds familiar?
Now this at 2:21...
And last, the classic up tempo modded version..
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