charig cornet April 2, 2012
Written by crimson_king22
for some reason, i canít recognize Starless on this one.
With just the bass accompaniment, itís hard to make out the song. Iíll have to listen to the original Starless to figure this one out.
But......Charig goes absolutely CRAZY with that cornet......beautiful.
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