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Talking to Myself


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dajama

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Talking to myself?
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Talking to Myself

I can hide the fever
But I can’t help it if I need her
Yeah it’s not dreaming if you’re living it
You do your dance
And honey you get what you get

Follower or leader
Yeah I was both and now I’m neither
I hold my tongue until I suffocate
My head explodes
And baby I’m adrift again

It’s easier to see when I close my eyes
I guess I think right now is where I want to be
If you call that wise
I speak the truth but I’m just talking to myself

You blame it on a feeling
But I don’t think you’re even breathing
If I had sense I’d run away again
I’ll take the heat
But honey I won’t take the blame

Bleary-eyed and reeling
Where’s a dreamer when you need one?
Morning breaks
We’re on the road again
The ground is moving
But I think I know the way

Too smart for your own good God where does a dreamer draw the line?
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Hits: 4427
Comments: 50
Fans: 29
Plays: 151
Downloads: 139
Votes: 14
Uploaded: Jul 31, 2008 - 08:03:48 AM
Last Updated: Jul 31, 2008 - 08:03:48 AM Last Played: Sep 03, 2017 - 06:33:43 PM
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davisamerica said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
right then...
i have 2 cats and a dog to get to the kennels ... i am 10 minutes late getting out the door ... and I am listening to this for the second time .... simply because this is a mover David .. well done indeed! and First!
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, Jack
Sorry to hear I'm making you late, but also kind of delighted that my little ditty would hold you up! Glad you like it. 'Mover' sounds perfect. I couldn't ask for anything more. I appreciate your encouraging words as always. By the way, I'll be sending you something later today - hope it's what you need! Thanks, man. Peace.
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magnatone said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Talking To Myself
What a just plain GREAT SONG! Your voice(s) just flow throughout this lovely tuneage, and the guitar, production are terrific! Way to go Dajama!
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, Karen
Seeing you makes me think this would have sounded good with piano on the intro. Why didn't I think of that before?! Thanks for listening, and I'm very happy you enjoyed it; you are way too kind! Thanks again. Much appreciated. Peace.
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Peter Bauckham said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
You have
a great guitar sound on this David. Production sounds very soild and balanced. I wouldn't mind an acoustic added here and there, perhaps on the chorus. But I like it as it is anyway...

Peter
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, Peter
I take great encouragement from your words on the production. I see what you mean about the acoustic. Honestly, I'm trying to avoid using acoustic, not because I don't still love it, but just because I want to try to push myself to try some different stuff. Of course, that doesn't mean I won't go back and add it later! Thanks for listening and commenting, Peter. Cheers. Peace.
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MarkHolbrook said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Yup
A mover is right! DA nailed it. You start listening to this and you just can't avoid staring to nod your head with the beat or tap your foot.

Add to that your amazingly great vocals, tasteful and meaningful lyrics.... man this should be radio play!
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, Mark
I'm very glad you liked this, and happy it got you moving. The lyrics did not stem from any concrete idea or theme really. Basically they grew from one line (the first one) and then I came up with 'It's easier to see when I close my eyes' and ended up just trying to make everything work around that. I don't think I even really know what most of them mean (at least not consciously!) but I hope they resonate in some way. Thanks for checking this one out, Mark. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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kassia said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
talking
Definitely a toe tapper. This is a great song overall. The balance of guitars, bass and drums is just right in my ears. Love the lyrics and vocals. I think you are right - some keys in there would sound great! Thanks for a fun tune!
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks
I'm delighted you enjoyed this. Thanks for your kind words. I'm especially glad I got your toes tapping! The balance on this one was a little tricky. I found it hard to get the bass right (I still think it's a little dominant in the mix, to be honest) and I'm happy you like the balance I eventually got. Thanks for stopping by. Much appreciated. Peace.
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michael2 said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
very cool
your voice sounds great, almost like Bryan Ferry at times. nice groove between the drums and that fat rhythm sound. "I%u2019ll take the heat
But honey I won%u2019t take the blame" great line. no constructive criticism, except maybe the hi-hat is a little loud in the choruses (minor criticism from someone who has been stressing out over a kick drum level for 2 days and still can't get it right). great job.
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, man
Glad you liked this. I know exactly what you mean about the hi-hat. The drums are Drums on Demand, and I'm usually very happy with them, but this loop (which of course I decided was the only possible one I could use on the track!) had that insistent hi-hat thing going on. I actually did quite a bit of chopping on the verse loops to get rid of some the hi-hat, but I was stumped as to how to do anything to the chorus. Hope it wasn't too distracting. Thanks for stopping by and checking this one out. Cheers. Peace.
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Gamborg said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Song for the radio ...
I think you got this very right. Song, play and a very good production.

Can imagine I hear it on the radio at some stage.

Take Care, Gamborg
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, Gamborg
Radio, eh? Thank you for that. I'm encouraged and flattered by your nice words. Glad you like the production and the sound overall. Thanks for stopping by and checking this out. I appreciate it. Cheers. Peace.
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Lennon714 said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
great song!
This is a prime example of smart, infectious pop music. I think everything flows well and the lyrics are unique, interesting, and still relatable. My only criticism comes with the arpeggiated guitar in the choruses. It sounds just a hair too hot to me. But take that with a grain of salt because i'm listening with my cheap headphones at work. The bass however, it fantastic. Great great great bassline! Really sets the groove off!
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dajama said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Wow
Thanks, man. You are way too kind. Thanks for the comment on the bass - glad you think it works. I'm also happy you found the lyrics relatable - that always means a lot to me. I think I know what you mean about the guitar over the chorus, now that I listen to it. That's what I love about this place - so many great ears! I'll definitely look into revisiting that. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it. Cheers. Peace.
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BoiAfrica said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
adore adore
This feels like Ben Folds when he was fun. Very well put together, I was singing along on the first play. Thanks for sharing for sure!!
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dajama said 3401 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, man
'Ben Folds when he was fun' - I love it! What an effective (and flattering!) description. Ben Folds is one of those guys who I love when he's good. Glad you liked this one. Thanks for stopping by and checking it out. I hope you keep singing along! Cheers. Peace.
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Feter said 3402 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Talking to Myself
Very cool rockin song ..specialy your singing ..
love the beat ..true as a ny rock song should be .
just a great one ..thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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dajama said 3401 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Thanks, Feter
Really glad you liked the singing on this. I struggled with some of the verses in particular and I'm happy you think it sounds okay. If it rocks in any way at all, then I'm happy! Thanks as always for listening and for your encouraging words. Cheers. Peace.
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Ed Hannifin said 3401 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
I hated that guitar tone...
...right at the beginning...I thought it sounded kind of dead...but I trusted you... I said to myself, David's gonna take this someplace, and it'll be GOOD...

By the time everything's doing its thing in the mix, everything's perfect and in its place...

I continue to admire and enjoy your songwriting and your voice as I do few others...

Ed
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dajama said 3401 days ago (August 1st, 2008)
Thanks
I'm glad you started out hating it and then changed your opinion, and not the other way round! I know what you mean about that guitar tone. I was aiming for a kind of no-frills intro, including the lack of effects on the voice. Perhaps I went too far in that direction! Glad you enjoyed the song, and thank you as always for your encouraging words. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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peacepiano said 3401 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Talking
Good song. Kind of early George Harrison.

Thanks
Bill
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dajama said 3401 days ago (August 1st, 2008)
Thanks BIll
What a cool comparison! Glad you enjoyed the song. Thanks so much for listening. I appreciate it. Cheers. Peace.
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sloparts said 3401 days ago (July 31st, 2008)
Oh this is sooo Nice
Great lyrics David and wonderful production on it, although I would have liked to see an ending on it instead of a fade out. (Personal preference, but it doesn't hurt the song)

The only other thing I noticed, and I'm sure it was a production decision on your part, was the fairly large volume increase between the intro and when the music hit. I can understand you not wanting the vocal too hot in the beginning, when the music is quiet, but the jump in volume of the vocal was really noticeable to me. If it were mine, I think I would bring up the vox and guitar on the intro to maybe 1 of 2 db below the level of the vox after the music starts and see if it isn't a little smoother transition between the 2 parts. Also, the intro vox sounds a little too dry. You don't notice it when the rest of the band kicks in, but after listening to it again it did seem too dry. I think I would put just a little touch of reverb in the intro vox to help smooth it out.

Don't get me wrong, this is a great song and it sounds fantastic. You have an excellent vocal on this and the playing is really stellar. I love the song and the way you did it.

My suggestions are minor things and have more to do with personal tastes thank anything about the way the songs done.

Thanks for sharing this one, it's going on my iPod the "The Good Stuff" section

Be well and be cool my friend,

Ed
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dajama said 3401 days ago (August 1st, 2008)
Thanks, Ed
Glad you liked the lyrics and the sound, and I totally get what you mean about the ending. I wrestled with it a bit. Sometimes I like the fade out, and sometimes I think it's a bit of a cop out. As for the vocal at the beginning, that's also something I need to revisit in future versions, I think. I made a point of stripping down the sound so it sounded really bare (similar to my approach to the guitar at the beginning) and the contrast would be even stronger. I may have to rethink it, though, if the contrast seems too dramatic. Glad to hear this is going on the iPod - I consider it high praise. Thanks for checking this out and taking the time to make such a considered comment. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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guygrooves said 3400 days ago (August 2nd, 2008)
Very well done!!
This is a fine song and it is very well written. I really dig the hook. It could be more developed vocally though. I hear some of the phrases within the verses being chorused as well, maybe the last line in every verse. The whole mix is tight and evenly spaced but the vox could be bumped a touch in the chorus it might make the arpeggiated guitar in it seem a little less on top. The eq is a touch heavy like the lower frequencies are fighting for their own space. I also hear the phrase "I'm just talking to myself" being repeated like you have at the end of it. Very clever hook and as Lennon714 said infectious pop from the first note. Great song. Yes this could be on the radio.
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dajama said 3400 days ago (August 2nd, 2008)
Thanks, man
I'm glad you liked this, and I'm very grateful for your detailed and considered comment. I like the idea of the extra vocals on the last line of the verse - cool idea. I had also thought about adding harmonies to the chorus, so that's something else vocally I may do in the future. Interesting idea about bumping up the vocals on the chorus and offsetting the loud guitars. I may try that, and turn the guitars down at the same time and see what happens. The eq is a trickier problem for me. I'm really not good at getting that right. I'm of the 'mess around until it sounds alright' school! Hopefully, this is something I'll get better at. Thanks again for stopping by and checking this out. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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Vic Holman said 3399 days ago (August 2nd, 2008)
great tune
sounds really good David.

solid tune and I really like the chorus. production in the mix sounds nicely balanced!

I was going to say something about the hi-hat but I just noticed you explained the problem to Michael.
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dajama said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Thanks, man
Glad you liked that chorus. I often get sick of songs after I've been working on them for a while, but this chorus just won't get out of my head. Not is that a good thing or a bad thing...? Thanks for checking this one out. Glad you like it, man. Many thanks. Peace.
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E-Frame Wrecker said 3399 days ago (August 2nd, 2008)
Original
Nice track. Very original sound to it, with a few clever changes in the chorus. A solid pop-rocker.
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dajama said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Thanks, man
Glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for the nod on the changes in the chorus. The change from D to Db (something I would not normally think of doing) came about because I wrote the song originally in the key of C, and the chorus was F to E, which comes easily on the guitar. A lot of the musical choices I make are colored by the fact that I write on the acoustic, and being a very mediocre player, I tend to stay in my comfort zone - a habit I'm trying to break! Thanks again for checking this one out. Glad you liked it. Peace.
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tokai said 3399 days ago (August 3rd, 2008)
kool
track, great guitar sounds and playing.
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dajama said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Thanks, man
I appreciate your nice comments. Thanks for listening and commenting. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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mowguy3 said 3399 days ago (August 3rd, 2008)
Very solid
in every aspect to my ears. Again your song writing blows me away. This is a little more up tempo than some others and in " my opinion " I like your singing more. Your vocals are right on no matter what you do, I just think your delivery is better.
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dajama said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Thanks, Russ
I really appreciate your taking the time to check this one out. Glad you liked it. That's an interesting point about the vocal delivery; I have a tendency to slide into the same tempos when I write songs and I'm trying to 'force' myself to avoid that. I'm glad you feel it worked out on this one. Thanks again for stopping by. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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lengold said 3399 days ago (August 3rd, 2008)
Really solid
songwriting here David coupled with an absolutely wonderful performance makes this sound very professional. The production is spot on too - easily radio ready.
Cheers
Len


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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, Len
I'm very happy you enjoyed this one. You're way too kind. Thanks especially for the nod on the production; high praise coming from you. Thanks for checking this out. Cheers. Peace.
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egobandit said 3398 days ago (August 3rd, 2008)
THis song
WAs one of those songs that I just had to sit back and just listen and follow the lyrics. YOu shure have a way with them lyrics. I know everyone is on the criticize mode but I like it just the way it is! Downloaded thanks
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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, man
Really glad you liked it. I'm especially glad you enjoyed the words. It's always gratifying when the words make sense on some level. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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dirigent said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Talking to Myself
Wonderful upbeat song, great stuff. I like the vocal performance and the rhythm :-) Fine!!!
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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thank you kindly
Glad you found it upbeat; I guess I wanted it to have that poppy vibe, even if some of the lyrics are not exactly bright! Thanks for stopping by and checking this out. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Talking to Myself by dajama
Good lyrics, it's all there; the catchy hooks, the voice that is just perfect for the tune, and the the "can't get it out of your head" choruses, and (of course) the unique sound! Wonderfully done overall! Should be on the radio this very moment!
dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, Myrna
I'm delighted you stopped by to check this out, and very happy you like it. If it's stuck in your head, I must be doing something right! Looking forward to hearing some of your music when you upload. Many thanks. Peace.
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spitlogic said 3398 days ago (August 4th, 2008)
Well made
This song reminds me of a prince song for some reason (don't ask me why). I like the lyrics and the play is very well synchronized. Nice jam all together.
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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, man
I love Prince. He can be erratic (who wouldn't be with that much output?), but basically I think he's a genius, and I'm immensely flattered that any kind of a hint of his style could pop up in anything I do. Thanks for that - made my day! Glad you like this one. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to listen and comment. Cheers. Peace.
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jiguma said 3397 days ago (August 5th, 2008)
Dave - sorry I'm late
This builds into a great tune. Like Ed, that guitar tone grated on me a bit (no, Ed doesn't grate on me ..... you know what I mean), but when everything builds in the choruses it doesn't seem to matter. This is a really well written song Dave - there are parts where I'd like to hear the vocal a little higher in the mix (mainly where everything starts getting busy). I like the way you've double tracked the vocals in places. The drums sound good and everything just works.

A VERY good post. You sure are getting consistently good performances happening!

Cheers from Oz,
Neil
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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, Neil
I'm really beginning to think that I need to fix that guitar tone; I think it's just too annoying, even if it does resolve itself into something more pleasing later. In fact, I wonder if piano might be the way to go, rather than guitar? To be considered. The mix definitely has to be tweaked. I need to raise the volume of the chorus vocal, and, I think, add some harmonies. I also want to play around with the guitar solo a little bit (frankly, it hardly rates the title 'solo'). All to be added to the list! I'm glad you enjoyed the song and the performance. Thanks as always for your encouraging and thoughtful comments. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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said 3397 days ago (August 5th, 2008)
Talking to Myself
djama i love your singing and music !!
This mix sounds perefect in my two ears. It's a great mover :) Love the song the lyrics are awsome and you are also. Thank you for a brilliant download as usual.

Peace Dee.
dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, Dee
Really glad you enjoyed this one. Glad it got you moving! I hope you enjoy the download. Thanks as always for the encouraging and supportive words. Cheers. Peace.
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J.A.Stewart said 3396 days ago (August 5th, 2008)
Solid Pop Approach
You sound really comfortable in this tune, David and it suits you well. A nice blend of the old and the new in here with some interesting musical twists. Nicely done. ;)


--- Joe
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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, Joe
Comfortable is good. I often struggle to get vocals right, and I fear it sometimes shows! Glad this one sounds unstrained. Glad you liked it. Thanks for stopping by and checking this one out. Cheers. Peace.
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Char said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Simply put:
I love this.

I'm dancing in my chair.
With hands moving in air.
I know just what you mean.
I'm still part of that scene.
When there is no one there;
(I'm) Just talking to myself.

But, at least, I can listen to you. Thanks.
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dajama said 3396 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Thanks, Char
What a poetic comment! Thanks so much for your kind words. Glad you enjoyed it, and happy the words made sense to you. Also glad it got you moving! Many thanks. Peace.
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said 3395 days ago (August 6th, 2008)
Talking To Myself
Came to commenrt dajama I was poorly and just fav, voted at the time and downloaded, I love it. It sounds brilliant !
( You reminded me when you listened to my latest.)

I think your a fantastic singer and I love the lyrics.
Great production Cheers

Peace Dee.






dajama said 3395 days ago (August 7th, 2008)
Thanks Dee
Glad you enjoyed this, and thanks for coming back to comment. Much appreciated. Sorry you weren't feeling well; hope you're better now. Thanks again for the encouraging words. Cheers. Peace.
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SJB said 3395 days ago (August 7th, 2008)
Hi David
I tend to gravitate to acoustic sounds but this is so catchy you just can't help but get into it has it builds and forget the world for 3 and half minutes (the perfect pop song then?). I love the chord changes in the chorus. Great writing, performance and production. Better than 'The Feeling' and the other clutch of guitar pop groups on the radio these days. I don't think that's overstating things!
Has to be downloaded!
best wishes
Steve
Steve
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dajama said 3381 days ago (August 21st, 2008)
Thanks, Steve
Glad you stopped by to check this one out, and delighted you enjoyed it. "Forget the world for 3 and a half minutes" - brilliant description, and I'm happy if this does that. Thanks for the encouraging words - much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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timothy devine said 3383 days ago (August 19th, 2008)
Hey Man
I haven't been around much and seams lik Ive been missing out.
what a great song
I love when the drums and rhthm ssec comes in
what a great great sound
the overall sound of this tune rocks
the build up to the guitar solo is vey hip

you get what u get
i live with this fever!
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dajama said 3377 days ago (August 25th, 2008)
Thanks, Tim
I'm glad you stopped by to check this one out, and truly happy you liked it. You are a consistently encouraging and supportive voice, and it cheers me greatly to see your name! Glad you liked the drums and guitar coming in, I wanted that to have an effect. Many thanks again for stopping by. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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Ibstrat said 3376 days ago (August 26th, 2008)
Wow
sorry I missed this.This is a really well written and performed song.Definitely going on my ipod!
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dajama said 3374 days ago (August 27th, 2008)
Thanks, man
I've said it before, and I'll say it again - going on the iPod is a serious compliment! Glad you checked this one out and thanks for the nice words. Cheers. Peace.
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ElPeruano said 3374 days ago (August 27th, 2008)
catchy and fresh
love the lyrics. very well arranged and produced. nice guitar playing too. nice!

my one suggestion is the very beginning vocals. I understand the dry vocals at the beginning were a stylistic choice, but i found it distracting when the reverb on the vocals suddenly kicked it. The jam has such a live sound to it, and in my opinion the sudden shift in processing detracts from that feel. I'd keep it all reverbed, but thats just my humble opinion.

love the song. great stuff.
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dajama said 3374 days ago (August 28th, 2008)
Thanks, man
I'm stoked that you liked this one. I totally see what you mean about the opening of the song. It's on the list for a redo! Thanks for stopping by and checking this out. Just been listening to your latest, by the way - very cool. Cheers. Peace.
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Dj French Toast said 3371 days ago (August 31st, 2008)
Damn Jamma
Missed this one ! Great production and you vocal is awesome . Love the poem and a good song all around man !
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dajama said 3370 days ago (August 31st, 2008)
Thanks, man
Glad you stopped by, and thanks for the nod on the words. Loved the words on your latest - a great piece of lyrical wizardry. Thanks again, man. Much appreciated. Peace.
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VicDiesel said 3370 days ago (September 1st, 2008)
Good song`
Good writing, and great arrangement. Everything carefully has its place, and it all sound A-ok.


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dajama said 3370 days ago (September 1st, 2008)
Thanks, man
Glad you like it. I've just been tweaking the guitar and vocal sounds at the beginning on this one. It may yet reappear. Thanks for stopping by. Much appreciated. Cheers. Peace.
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sheilad said 3321 days ago (October 20th, 2008)
Seriously fun song
another one for the collection. Can't wait to have this one playing in the car on long drives! Thanks for yet another download!
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dajama said 3279 days ago (November 30th, 2008)
Hey there
Thanks a million for going back and checking this one out. I like the idea of this as driving music! Actually been thinking recently about going back and redoing a couple of parts of this. Maybe one day! Thanks again. Much appreciated (and sorry it's taken so long to respond to your comment!) Cheers. Peace.
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DeputyDoofy said 3036 days ago (July 31st, 2009)
Dajama...
This song is the bomb-a. Haha. I'm a (Doofy) poet. :D
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dajama said 3012 days ago (August 24th, 2009)
Truly
Truly you are a poet and you didn't even know it...but now you do. Thanks for checking this one out, man. Glad you liked it. Cheers. Peace.
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The terms alternative rock and alternative music[1] were coined in the early 1980s to describe punk rock-inspired music genres which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. At times it was used as catch-all phrase for rock music from under

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