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There She Goes w/Jiguma


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Vic Holman

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An "Ode To Mother Nature". If it reminds you of a great gal, that works as well.

I've been wanting to include Jiguma (aka Neil Porter) on a track for some time.

I was thinking of a fluid melodic bass for this. And was thrilled that Neil would give it a go.

So a big thanks to Neil for a great bass track!
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Lyrics
There She Goes

she rides the clouds but won't look down
she is the sky you see it in her eyes
sometimes the trumpets blare in her ears
sometimes the angels cry from above
sometimes the devil pulls her down
sometimes she laughs while wearing a frown
sometimes she never can be found

ch:
there she goes
away to soon
there she goes
flying to the moon
there she goes
we'll see her soon
sometimes she sighs
sometimes she hides
sometimes she's in disguise

sleeps at night where the moon always shines
like a cat she leads nine lives
sometimes she cries clouds open wide
sometimes she plays the world like a child
carries the ocean waves in her hair
sometimes the world moves at her feet
sometimes her world is incomplete

ch:
there she goes
away to soon
there she goes
flying to the moon
there she goes
we'll see her soon
sometimes she sighs
sometimes she hides
sometimes she's in disguise

sometimes she sways the trees
sometimes she swings the breeze
sometimes she wears a blanket of snow
sometimes she plays the world on a string
paints the world from her memories
don't try to fool her she always sees
mother nature has tried to save me

ch:
there she goes
away so soon
there she goes
flying to the moon
there she goes
we'll see her soon
there she goes - fade

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Comments: 74
Fans: 33
Plays: 409
Downloads: 172

Uploaded: Dec 24, 2007 - 01:21:20 PM
Last Updated: Dec 24, 2007 - 01:21:20 PM Last Played: Mar 21, 2017 - 11:31:05 AM
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Hardware:
iMac, Epiphone DOT electric guitar. Ibanez SA Electric guitar & bass, Ibanez EW acoustic, M-Audio keyboard, Digitech GNX2 pedal board, russian condenser mike.
And I assume Jiguma used his fender bass
Software:
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Comments
Feter said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
There She Goes
Man your imagnations have no boundaries ...just
great talented musicians .and yes Neil signature is
there way cool to see .just great rockin beat
KUDOS my friend !!

Merry Christmas !!
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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
thank you Feter
the best thing is not to think to hard when playing around on the guitar. Thats where the best ideas come from. Now the mixing is a different matter.

I hope the new year brings you peace Feter.
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NorthPoint said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Mystical
Cool eastern-influenced guitar sound. Reminds me of the Stones (She Comes in Colors, Byrds (Turn, Turn, Turn).
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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
eastern intrigue
I've always liked the eastern scale. it was so popular with a lot of 60's bands when i was a kid.

Thanks for listening i appreciate it.
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VicDiesel said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Guitar orgy!
Man, what a carpet bombing of guitar sounds you're giving us here. It's beautiful, and the mix sounds just fantastic. (Just one dislike: the phaser or whatever you have on that guitar solo.)

The song is good too. Excellence all over!
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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Thanks Vic
putting down the guitars was the easy part. getting the sounds and mix took some doing. especially when there is quite a bit going on.

Guitar Orgy- now that sounds like a instrumental. might use that if i do a rock instrumental
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peacepiano said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
South Asian
Like the hint of Indian tonality in the intro. Lots of interesting melodic and harmonic twists throughout! Very Cool.

Thanks
Bill
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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
thanks Bill
There are more melodies then i could shake a guitar pick at on this.
And Neil added a super bass melody of his own.

Thanks for the listen!
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said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Awesome!
You never disappoint my brother! Indeed, this may be the finest piece of musical magic to drip from your formidable fingers thus far!

The addition of Neil on the bass was a stroke of genius! His fludic yet punchy stylings provide the perfect bottom throughout.

BTW: I LOVE the distorted guitar solo. It fits the psychedelia inherent in this tune like a glove.

Bravo! Kudos! And ENCORE!

Be well!
Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Thanks Mike
I didn't do any guitar playing or very little listen to music for about two weeks. That may have been good to clear my head. Sure gave me a fresh start.

I've been waiting for the right song to come along that i knew only Neil could do. I could never in my dreams come up with what he did.
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Peter Bauckham said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
A nice treat
on Christmas Eve! Fabulous guitar sounds. Like the eastern/psychedelic tinged sound on this one. Neil's bass really adds. Great post!

Peter
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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Thanks Peter
Hope you have a Merry Christmas!

everything thing came off a lot better then i was hoping for on this piece.
I am really glad that Neil jumped aboard. He picked it up without much direction on what the chords where.
Check out my latest song called Blue Shoes
said 3414 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Nice Collab
Hey Vic great song, good choice in having jig do the bass, he laid down a nice one. I still marvel at your guitar sound quality, besides your mixing, I am giving most of the credit to that digitech, am I close?
Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 25th, 2007)
Hey Tom
We had been discussing a collab from some time. It just took a while for me to go "ah, this is the one!)

The digitech pedal board on this one, was used for amp modeling and stereo inputs on the electrics. A fender Twin model and Marshall stack w/flange and the whammy bar for the lead. the acoustics are direct input. Otherwise it was it was just some reverbs and some delay plug ins. that's about it.


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jiguma said 3413 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
What a great song!
When Vic suggested I play bass on this, I was so excited! I've really enjoyed Vic's posts on MJ, and we have been discussing a collab for some time. Never sure who's song it would be on, but Vic beat me to the draw with this gem.
An absolute pleasure to play on this one Vic - a real bright spot for me in an average sort of week!
Happy Christmas to everyone out there, and a bril;liant 2008!
Neil
Check out my latest song called When Ya Gonna? - PBGB
Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 25th, 2007)
:)
I'm really happy that you took this one on. You really have a great ear, considering that I didn't give you much info on the chord progressions.

Yeah, it took awhile. But, a good way to end the year!
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dajama said 3413 days ago (December 25th, 2007)
This is a rich, evocative
song. Love the lyrics first of all, and delivered with terrific verve. You have one of those immediately recognizable voices, and it gives your songs a really distinctive vibe. Your guitar work on here is out of this world. You work from an amazing palette - what a range of sounds. Lovely playing, filled with delightful little trills. Bass playing is great, only what we would expect from Jiguma of course. A great track. Thanks for sharing. Nice work. Happy holidays. Peace.
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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 25th, 2007)
lyrics
writing lyrics are the part i dread most. I always wait until the music is done first. The weather here was all over the place snow then rain and winds. That got me to thinking that mother nature was having some fun.

I'm glad Neil took this one on. very melodic.
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thoddi said 3413 days ago (December 25th, 2007)
super production
Incredible tight production. The way you have highlighted Neil's signature bass in the mix is superb. Avoiding that the frequencies from the kick drum and the bass gets in each others way are perfectly done here. Great guitar work as could be expected from you Vic. Very 60's sound. The melody, the singing and how you mix the instruments and the reverb/echo's used adds to that feeling.

The guitar things you do is stunning and reminds me of how George Harrison played.

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Vic Holman said 3413 days ago (December 25th, 2007)
Thanks Thor
I try to be careful about giving everything it's own space. This tune is more complex then it sounds. Thats what probably takes the most time when i work on a song. Neil made it easy for the mix. He did some great weaving around through this.
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timothy devine said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Cooking production
I love the lead in to the guitar solo...
and the solo is so very heart felt and interestingly harmonized
is that a key change in there
great playing

I love the movement of the chords/giving the song lots of solid melodies.
Backed by the coolest bass line. Nice Neil.
Great guitar sounds.
Great orchestration with the guitars.

And the Drum pics are so very well done.
nice recording and mix
saved




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Vic Holman said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Hey Tim
not so much as key changes but different scales. I never can remember the name of them. I use the middle eastern one for the beginning, solo break, and short piece before the verses. I though it would be cool to build a little tension and release feel.

Neil did a amazing job of weaving though all of this. He must a sixth finger.

Thanks Tim!
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Z293 said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Great Mix
To highlight your songs. Your style may have many influences but here at MacJams it's instantly recognized as Vic Holman and you can't beat that. Neil's bass playing is solid throughout.
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Vic Holman said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
I'm just....
... a big ole melting pot. hence my avatar. ;)

Sometimes I never know where a composition is going until I'm almost done. Some luck and some thinking when building a piece. Mostly luck I think.

Thanks for checking it out.
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DWL said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Another Holman masterclass
in arrangement and texture.

The 60s vibe on this is remarkable.

Fantastic stuff Vic.

Cheers

Dick
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Vic Holman said 3411 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Thanks Dick!
but, i'm hearing new bands trying to sound '60's now-a-days. I knew if I stuck with it I might be in fashion someday..... or behind the curve. Now where did I store those old bell bottoms? ah, they probably won't fit anyway.
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five_extra_arms said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Gifts From The Gifted
What an amazing sound!

Great lyrics Vic. You always have a great story buried beneath your awesome guitar and fantastic voice. Now Neil has added just that much more to it and it all sounds fabulous. Thanks for the download. I need to make a Vic Holman Playlist on my iPod.

Unbelievable.

Happy New Year!

Bob
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Vic Holman said 3411 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Thanks Bob!
Gift Cards work best! Home Depot, Lowes or Guitar Center.

I didn't work on any tunes for about three weeks. When i sat down to start recording, this pretty much flowed along. Neil, really moved the whole thing up another level.

I also wish you the best in the coming New Year!
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said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Vic!
I like the way you seperate the guitar sound and at each break between chorus and stanza the way you let the guitar carry the melody to the next part. Almost middle eastern sounding riffs! You the man!
Vic Holman said 3411 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Thanks Tim!
I though those little pieces would be a neat way to break it up a bit. but that short and fast up the neck piece sure took some practice. I thought throwing in the eastern scale would different enough. it was that or doing a dive bomb with the whammy bar, nah maybe best i didn't
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said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Vic & Neil....
Another incredible song... even better with a real pro bass player ;) And imagine what you could have done with a real american mic instead of that old russian one?!

I love listening to your songs, this one no exception. Your guitar work here is its own magical mystery tour. I'm loving this guitar solo break... psychedelic memory tap. I like the acoustic mixed in with the electric guitar, a bit of west coast sixties feel... nothing wrong with that.

There "he" goes, again with another gem.

Jack
jiguma said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
And imagine what you could have done with a real american mic instead of that old russian one?!
Maybe we should take up a collection so Vic can buy a real mic - maybe an Ausralian one - Rode Rulez :)
Neil
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Scott Carmichael said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
one more thing
Neil.... you don't need a fretless... nice bass playing there my friend
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Vic Holman said 3411 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Thanks Jack
I could never in my life pull off the type of bass work that Neil does. I'm just glad that he took it on.

I know your thinking that the russian mike must look like a 1930's refrigerator and needs to sit on a fork lift. But honestly, It's pretty nice high end one and i saved $250 because it was a discontinued model.

Putin may want it back. Nyet.
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Scott Carmichael said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Class-vic
you've established such a strong sound... I'd recognize you anywhere... dreamy and light... a bit whimsical... you're anatural when it comes to song stucture... you're intuitive sense keeps everything fresh to the ear... your melodies, lifts, b-sections and guitar transitions, leave me so satisfied at the conclusion...

nice trippy excursion you've provided here...
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Vic Holman said 3411 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Hey Scott
yes I am deamy and light. haha.

Thanks for the great compliments. If something doesn't work or I'm bored with it, I'll drop it.

Then again I have a lot of crappy older tunes that made me work a little harder.

Thanks again Scott, I really dug your last tune.
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michael2 said 3412 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
this is
a really well conceived song, i love all of the little parts you put in that tie the pieces together with 2 different guitar sounds. everything is perfect, and i do like the exotic flavor this one has. this must have taken forever to mix. did you ever listen to that band the Masters of Reality. i'd love to see you touring with them. great job.
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Vic Holman said 3411 days ago (December 26th, 2007)
Hey Michael
Hope you and the family had a great Christmas.

I diddled around on a acoustic while watching some TV (no Bollywood stuff) and started coming with the pieces. So when I started recording i had the basic idea.

There is two mixing processes. One for CD. Then another for MP3. I must of done 10 or 12 mixes to try and match the original file.

Me on tour? hey, i know your war stories.
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guitapick said 3410 days ago (December 27th, 2007)
Among other things...
...I really love that clear guitar line that precedes each chorus...

Really nice work, guys..
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Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
Thanks Bob!
Originally i was going to do the acoustic for that. But, I had the electric plugged in at the time and played it to see how it would fit. i realized it made a cool transistion so i left it and played a second guitar to it.
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buckhorn said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
I took off my
music critic hat, and put on my just enjoy it eye shades. Aural delight.
Really top notch production and araingment. Bass line anchored it in space. I didn't read the lyrics, I rarely pay attention to those. Good stuff.
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Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
i know what you mean
i tend to listen to elements in songs a little to deeply. Sometimes it takes me a month to go back and listen to what i had done. So come February...
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moorlandt said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
wait a minute...
...how comes I didn't come across this song earlier? This is another splendid holman gem, a superb rock track, and I'm happy to hear Neil's touch in this as well. You have one of the coolest styles and voices on MJ and I'm eagerly looking out to do a collab one day in the very near future...

-Walt
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Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
Thanks Walter
Neil and I had discussed doing a project together for some time. I knew this was a perfect one for him to take on. I'm really glad he jumped in.

Yes, I would like to pull something together with you as well. Keep in mind I can pay different styles then what I usually post here.
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lengold said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
Really, really
like this Vic - very creative and imaginative sounds. Great musicianship from both of you. Pro level production too.
Cheers
Len


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Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
Thanks Len
I took several weeks off from recording. so I took a little time on coming up with the elements. usually fooling around on the acoustic during tv commercial breaks. it would be weird if this is just a bunch of ad jingles strung together
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Mcboy said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
always feel
like running through the strawberry ...i mean mushroom fileds when listening to a vic holman track.......this one takes me to the fields of india....the world.....with lucy in disguised with diamonds...... strolling along.....wow...thanks for the trip guys.....!!!!
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Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
break out the incense
glad you turned in, turned on and dropped in.

Yeah, I can visualize riding the magic bus with this blaring through the old 8 track. with love love beads hanging from the rear view mirror. I keep conviencing myself that this style will be all the rage once again.
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jiguma said 3405 days ago (January 2nd, 2008)
:)
Sure hope so Vic!
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said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
These are my favorite lyrics since W/out The Sun :-)
Reminds me just a bit of an old Al Stewart song... and one of my favorite lyrics images... "she comes out of the sun in a silk dress running like a water color in the rain..." Purrfect :-) Mother Nature is wearing an expression somewhere between the Mona Lisa and the cat that ate the canary :-P Beautiful images, Bro!!! :-) And I can't wait for the Vernal Equinox! :-)
Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
Hi Carole
I hope Christmas was good for you!

The weather here couldn't decide what to do. That gave me the idea of the humorous spirit for mother nature. i kept changing them on the fly even i was recording the vocal tracks. the lyric sheet looks like a mess. it's a wonder i could even read it. ;)


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bud said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
She's a real mutha
and this song is one mutha funker. Great work Vic nd excellent choice in Jiguma for providing the bottom to this construction. Your work always goes the extra measure and builds in cool bridges and turn-arounds.
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Vic Holman said 3410 days ago (December 28th, 2007)
Hey Bud
bridges and turn arounds. it was a bit like building a freeway. Itook several weeks off from recording or playing to clear my head. that, I'm sure helped.

Neil did a fantastic job, it really took it up a notch or three.
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Brian Weiland said 3408 days ago (December 30th, 2007)
Oh yeah!
I love your slinky, sexy guitar playing, and I love the way Jiguma's bass weaves its way through everything. Your arranging and mixing skills are absolutely top-notch as well. If stuff like this could still get on the radio I'd still listen to it!

~Brian
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Vic Holman said 3407 days ago (December 30th, 2007)
Thanks Brian
funny that you mention about not listening to radio anymore.
Back when garageband came out. I thought, at last!... i can make music i want to hear in the car. Then when I found MacJams that motivated me to go at it harder.
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apb said 3408 days ago (December 30th, 2007)
*falls off chair*
.. this is exceptionally well done. Many tracked guitar orgy: check,
Super production/mix and flawless performances: check

Catchy and modernisation of the vast majority of good 60s music and popular instrumentation of that decade. Love the weaving bass (sounding swell Neil on this, you can tell your enjoying this one alot), really good performance there. Strong singing too Vic and it's unmistakable a "Holman".

My only nit is hardly worth mentioning, but I agree with Vic D.. I think you just went 'too far' with that 'fast tremelo' effect on the solo .. it does all blend in but I would have prefered the FX a little more subtle, as the part is good and got a bit swamped. Easy to get carried away in this extravaganza.

Deep bows.
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Vic Holman said 3407 days ago (December 30th, 2007)
Thanks Alan
Yes this was a fun piece to build. Originally I had most of the guitars in place then decided to switch a few chords. So, I scrubbed it all and started over. Oh well it was for the better.

As for the whammy bar solo section it doesn't bother me. But, I'll have to give it a month to hear it all fresh. maybe two harmonized guitars for that. so many possibilities.
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damiengh said 3407 days ago (December 31st, 2007)
I say, I say.....
Awesome. Great dripping guitars and confident bass lines. Man, Neil just has got that sound cornered.

This tune gives me the flavors of "She Said, She Said", and as previously said, that ole 60's70's Byrds sound. Also those illusive lyrics to boot really capture that 60's feel.

Nice work dudes.
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Vic Holman said 3407 days ago (December 31st, 2007)
she said
true some 60's inspiration, songs seemed to be more uptempo back then.

Neil really streched his fingers on this. It's almost a bass solo in its own right.

Thanks for the listen!
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dolby said 3407 days ago (December 31st, 2007)
I think...
...you two are made for each other! Perfect bass playing that marries well with your over-active musical imagination. Another phychedelic masterpiece!

Phil
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Vic Holman said 3407 days ago (December 31st, 2007)
merry melodies
Thanks Phil.
I took several weeks off of playing guitar and recording. So, my mind probably was in overdrive when i started this.

Neil really put in a stellar bass track that really blew me away.
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kipak said 3405 days ago (January 2nd, 2008)
Great sound
The guitars make this a repeat listen. You definitely have some moments vocally and the bass sounds smooth and polished but there is a virtuoso guitar performance in there.
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Vic Holman said 3404 days ago (January 2nd, 2008)
there are...
a lot of bits and pieces for sure. the guitars came about pretty quickly. I've been wanting to get Jiguma on something for while. I knew this would be a nice piece fro him to show some chops.
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racerat said 3404 days ago (January 3rd, 2008)
day-glow
There seems to be real resurgence of psychedelia here in MJ these dyas. Boy, you guys really nailed it. I love the clean little ditty lead that intro's the chorus. I'm being flanged and phased to death, but I'm diggin' every minute of it. Makes me want to explore those seldom used super-effected patches on my modelers...

Philip
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Vic Holman said 3403 days ago (January 4th, 2008)
hey Philip
It must be the spiked electric kool-aid everyone has been drinking.
flange, whammy bar and space designer on a head rush.
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Ed Hannifin said 3401 days ago (January 6th, 2008)
How did that go?
"When the rain comes...we run and hide Vic's effect pedals..."

Great clarity on this one, and nice little transitional runs between sections...

Neil's bass PLAYING is great, and suited to the song, and the tone and the degree of compression is right on for middle-post-neo-Beatleish psychedlia...

I'm also liking what I'm hearing as a more relaxed quality in the vocals here...

Ed
Vic Holman said 3398 days ago (January 8th, 2008)
pedal power
when I had the guitar tracks down. I got a hold of Neil and asked if he would take on the bass. I knew it wasn't going to be easy. But man oh man the bass track just flows and has a melody all it's own.
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jiguma said 3391 days ago (January 16th, 2008)
1297th listen .....
..... and I still love this Vic. I got some great new Sennheiser 280 Pro headphones recently, and this sounds amazing on them. This is a seriously good song, and, through the wonder of MacJams, I got to play on it!
Thanks for the call!
Neil
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ledebutant said 3380 days ago (January 27th, 2008)
Retro-Contempo
I think this is probably my favorite of all your songs and maybe my favorite Neil bass line ever, too. He does a really great job of keeping that bass line present and interesting, like the lead guitar's best friend, but never too intrusive.

I think your vocals are super-solid here, Vic and the lyrics are great and the melody is catchy as all get out. Really it's just fantastically well-realized and a song I'll be listening to again. It has a retro feel, definitely, but I think this could be a radio hit today, if they still played real music on the radio, that is.

Loved it!
Vic Holman said 3379 days ago (January 28th, 2008)
Thanks Lisa
when i realized that it was a special song, i knew that was the time to get Neil on our collab, long due. He really took it a couple notches up.
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said 3344 days ago (March 3rd, 2008)
Great!
Great song both of you, Mr. Vic ... you know how much I love to hear your work, you're as always one of the best artists I've ever heard in my life .. and Mr. Neil is really a special person to me. What a great work you did both ? Amazing guitar work and tasty bass sound here .. Loved that very much.

Thanks for sharing

Take Care
- Yeman A. Al-Rawi
Vic Holman said 3339 days ago (March 8th, 2008)
Hey Yeman
it was a more then a pleasure to have Neil take on the bass. It took me some time to come up with something where Neil could really show his melodic side on bass. I was extremely happy that he jumped in and took it up a level or two.
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lavalamp said 2933 days ago (April 18th, 2009)
never haerd
Two of my favorite MJ'ers join forces. Love the guitars all over the place- like a piano or something. Nice CS&N bass playing Neil-

Wow Vic.
Maybe I should dig a little deeper.

Dave

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perceptualvortex said 2464 days ago (July 31st, 2010)
Damn
This is what I've been missing during my absence from this place... holy crap. I really like this!
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