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Daywind Music Group Ordinary Baby, Accompaniment CD

Daywind Soundtracks are regarded as the highest quality performance tracks in the industry. Each recording is mastered with the latest in audio recording technology and features Nashville's finest studio singers and musicians.

This soundtrack includes a demonstration and follows with accompaniment tracks in high (Eb) and low (Bb) ranges without background vocals. Lyrics enclosed. Original artists listed for reference only.

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Customer Reviews for Ordinary Baby, Accompaniment CD
Review 1 for Ordinary Baby, Accompaniment CD
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Great CD

Date:January 17, 2013
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Randy
Location:NE Ohio
Age:55-65
Gender:male
Quality: 
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I have purchased many CD accompaniments over the with mostly hit or miss results. This one was right on the money. It came with lyrics however for a non or amateur musician the written music with lyrics would be very helpful. As a professional musician if I don't have the music I know where to get it, so no problem. As for Christianbook.com - 5 stars. When I finally found this CD I was down to just over a week till performance time and knew I would need many hours with the CD to get timing right. They shipped it immediately and it arrived with plenty of time for rehearsal. I would definitely recommend both Daywind and Christianbook.com
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Review 2 for Ordinary Baby, Accompaniment CD
Overall Rating: 
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Date:January 1, 2010
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Grammi
Quality of the CD was excellent. The only thing wrong is that the order of the tracks was reversed. It stated High demo, high w/o vocals..Low demo, low w/o vocals, when in that it was actually low voice first 2 tracks and high voice last 2 tracks. First time I tried to sing what I thought was the low voice track was a disaster.
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