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News Backing Track

“News” is the second song from the British band Dire Straits’ second album, “Communiqué”, released in 1979 and recorded at

24 March, 2024
Flor d´Luna (Moonflower) Backing Track

“Flor d’Luna” (“Moonflower”) is an instrumental song performed by Mexican-American guitarist Carlos Santana included on his 1977 album “Moonflower”. The

3 March, 2024
Sweet Child O´Mine Backing Track (Eb)

“Sweet Child O’Mine” is a song by American rock band Guns’N Roses included on their first album, “Appetite For Destruction”,

4 February, 2024
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12 Classic U2 Riffs (Standard tuning) Backing Track

12 classic U2 riffs: 00:12 Where The Streets Have No Name 01:27 One 01:58 I Still Haven´t Found What I´m

28 January, 2024
Lodi Backing Track

“Lodi” is a song written by John Fogerty and performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival, recorded in March 1969 and released

30 October, 2023
Magnolia Backing Track

“Magnolia” is a song by American singer, guitarist, and songwriter J.J. Cale, included in his first studio album “Naturally”, released

30 October, 2023
James Bond 007 Theme Backing Track

The James Bond song is a composition with a certain jazzy air that appears recurrently in all the films in

30 October, 2023
10 Classic Led Zeppelin Riffs Backing Track

10 classic Led Zeppelin riffs (Part 1): 00:08 Whole Lotta Love 00:53 Good Times, Bad Times 01:31 Heartbreaker 02:20 Black

30 October, 2023
Bad To The Bone Backing Track

“Bad To The Bone” is a song composed by American blues and rock singer and guitarist George Thorogood that was

30 October, 2023
I Heard It Through The Grapevine Backing Track

“I Heard It Through the Grapevine” is a song written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong for Motown Records in

30 October, 2023
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