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Everywhere - Fleetwood Mac - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover version of Everywhere as made famous by Fleetwood Mac

Tempo: variable (around 114 BPM)

In the same key as the original: E

This track ends without fading out

Duration: 03:44 - Sample at: 01:32

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Instrument Preset
Lead vocal Drum kit Bass Guitar Keyboard
Intro count      Click
100%
Drum kit
100%
Percussion
100%
Bass
100%
Electric guitar (left 1)
100%
Electric guitar (left 2)
100%
Electric guitar (wah-wah)
100%
Electric guitar
100%
Electric guitar (right)
100%
Arr. electric guitar
100%
Electric piano (Rhodes)
100%
Electric piano (Wurlitzer)
100%
Synthesizer
100%
Backing vocals
100%
Lead vocal
100%

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Key
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About Everywhere

Release date: 1987
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Rock, Pop, In English
Original songwriter: Christine McVie

All files available for download are backing tracks, they're not the original music.

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1 comment
  • 24 days ago
    • has rated this track
    The track marked 'Synthesizer' incorporates 2 separate parts and needs to be split to make this song suitable for live work. The sound we hear initially in the song is too loud in the mix compared to the other, simpler single note synth tone in the track which needs to be louder in the mix. If you could split the 2 sounds, it would make this backing track useable.