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Author: art68
Posted: Oct 28 2019 - 09:27 AM
Subject: I seek a song with xylophone solo
please help me find a song from the 80s - beginning of the 90s according to the following description: it is in English, the style seems to be pop, the entry has a female voice, in timbre - the afro-american pronounces something like "Come on take me" several times. Then begins the song performed by the man, the melody is dynamic and is dominated by the floating bass. A feature of this song (and possibly the group) is the use of a xylophone, which at some point even performs a long solo. May be it is not xylophone, but vibrophone or marimba.The voice of the performer is soft, pleasant, perhaps also afro-american.
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