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New Age: Environmental Jazz: FilmBaby Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Good Planets Are Hard to Find

by Craig Smith

An original instrumental Guitar Piece...
Genre: New Age: Environmental
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This piece is one of several Guitar Instrumental Recordings that I composed and produced over the last twenty years. These recordings were often created for, or contracted by other individuals for short film and video projects, and were distributed independently through a variety of services outside of the usual circuit of digital marketing. Some of the pieces have been released through the normal channels and digital music sites here in the USA, and/or Worldwide, but are obscure in general to the regular listen public. Also, it is important to know that much instrumental music serves as a background or subtle theme to visual works because in general it's either created to do so, or that instrumentals are significantly less popular than songs... that is music with lyrics.

Individuals also frequently licence a piece and in their production only use a fragment of the full recording. Some pieces have been also cut and loped, and/or cut and pasted along with selections that have been recorded by other individuals for the expresses need for a musical/sound background. This is also why some of my compositions are longer than the typical song might be, they are basically Soundscapes... or Audio Imagery... like a photograph or painting that one might only crop a small section out of to use where they wish. If you should so wish to use any selection, or a part of one... in another work by someone that has the intention of being distributed in some way beyond personal use... please contact me directly for the terms and licensing for such usage. Thank you... Craig Smith



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