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Steve Tibbetts plays "Test"

Steve Tibbetts doesn't play live very often, so as a consolation prize, here's a track off Safe Journey. At about 3:30 your synapses will threaten to fry.

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-12-27


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Related artist(s): Steve Tibbetts, Marc Anderson

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