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Long Time/Foreplay (ver. 1) by Boston - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"Foreplay/Long Time" is a song by the rock band Boston, released on the band's eponymous debut album, and as their second single, on Epic Records in 1976. It combines an instrumental introduction, "Foreplay," to the main song "Long Time," generally played as one on the radio and listed as one track on the album. It peaked at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February of 1977, and #11 on the singles chart in the United Kingdom. Foreplay" is a progressive instrumental prelude, primarily consisting of rapid triplet arpeggios on Hammond M3 organ with a bass part doubled by a clavinet, and drums, with lead guitar joining at the end. According to Tom Scholz, leader and producer of Boston, the synthesizer-like swoops were not produced with synthesizers, but rather by scraping a pick along a string of a guitar. It was written in 1969. Boston is an American rock band from Boston; Massachusetts that achieved.    Download this sheet!
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Boston is an American rock band from Boston; Massachusetts that achieved its most notable successes during the 1970s and 1980s. Centered on gtrist; songwriter; and producer Tom Scholz; the band is a staple of classic rock radio playlists.Boston-s best-known works include the singles -Smokin-;- -More than a Feeling;- -Peace of Mind;- -Foreplay Long Time;- -Don-t Look Back- and -Amanda-. They have sold over 50 million albums worldwide; including 31 million albums in the United States. "Foreplay/Long Time" is a song by the rock band Boston, released on the band's eponymous debut album, and as their second single, on Epic Records in 1976. It combines an instrumental introduction, "Foreplay," to the main song "Long Time," generally played as one on the radio and listed as one track on the album. It peaked at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February of 1977, and #11 on the singles chart in the United Kingdom. Foreplay" is a progressive instrumental prelude, primarily consisting of rapid triplet arpeggios on Hammond M3 organ with a bass part doubled by a clavinet, and drums, with lead guitar joining at the end. According to Tom Scholz, leader and producer of.
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