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Man Overboard (For All The Wrong Reasons)


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It seems there are a lot of "men (and women) overboard" these days. I really hope that 2011 is a lot better for those who, through no fault of their own, have found themselves in a bad situation after the GFC (that's the "Global Financial Crisis").

This is about an "everyman" who finds himself out of work, out of cash and out of luck - not an unfamiliar story these days - and is puzzled what it might have been that caused him to get into this situation.

All tracks by me - piano and drums are pencilled midi.
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Lyrics
Man Overboard (for all the Wrong Reasons)
©2010 Neil Porter

I’ve got a bottle of wine and a rocking chair
I’ve got nowhere I’m going and no way to get there
Lazy rockin’ chair
Pass that bottle of wine

I’m not spending my life on a carousel
Going round and round that don’t make you feel well
Life’s a carousel
Pass that bottle of wine
Life’s a carousel
Pass that bottle of wine

I’m no man of action
Ain’t no man of the people
Not some Action Jackson
Not some axis of evil
Maybe a man of the times
Man for all seasons
A man overboard
For all the wrong reasons
I’m a man overboard
For all the wrong reasons

I’ve spent too much time round a wishing well
I got no more coins and nothing to sell
No more wishing well
Pass that bottle of wine

I’ve got two strong arms and a head full of hair
Still got most of my wits and I don’t really care
Two strong arms
Pass that bottle of wine
Yeah two fairly strong arms baby
Pass that bottle of wine

I’m no man of action
Ain’t no man of the people
Not some Action Jackson
Not some axis of evil
Maybe a man of the times
Man for all seasons
A man overboard
For all the wrong reasons
I’m a man overboard
For all the wrong reasons

solo

I’m no man of action
Ain’t no man of the people
Not some Action Jackson
Not some axis of evil
Maybe a man of the times
Man for all seasons
A man overboard
For all the wrong reasons
I’m a man overboard
For all the wrong reasons
Song Stats
Hits: 3458
Comments: 65
Fans: 50
Plays: 171
Downloads: 93

Uploaded: Jan 08, 2011 - 06:09:28 AM
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2011 - 03:22:29 PM Last Played: Mar 17, 2017 - 09:30:23 AM
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Hardware:
Fender Tele
Fender Precision Bass
Rode M1-S and NT3 mics
Behringer UB802 mixer/preamp
iMac G5
Yamaha PSR300 midi keyboard
Software:
Logic Pro 8
Ozone 3
Comments
Symphony101 said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
First !
First !

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Symphony101 said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Awesome work !
Great work Neil ! Great arrangement on this song, very professionally produced as well. Your vocals are fantastic.

In a nutshell ... everything is so cool on this song, no need to detail it :-)

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jiguma said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Thanks Yves
Glad you enjoyed it.
N
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Cori Ander said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
wow
southern style (american) classic rocknroll with a strong jiguma flavour,
do you know that you make this sooooo good? so crazily good...

you know i find it very difficult to get away from the jiguma fanship i've had since you first appeared on this site ... a couple of minutes a day of this music surely keeps doctors away... does jiguma mean medicine maker?

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Cori Ander said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
.
all this what i tried to say means: i dig it, i like it in a great way, i love it
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jiguma said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Johannes!
It's great to see you back at MJ Johannes. You've given me an idea for a new career :) Thanks as always for listening and commenting - I always appreciate it.
Cheers from Oz,
Neil
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composerclark said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
GFC?
Awesome track, with fantastic performances, and equally impressive pencilling! As always, your production is superb. But GFC? To what does this refer, I wondered...

So I Googled it, and I found this, which not only explains it, it also explains why I had not heard of the term, but you have, which I found interesting; it's from a blog by Ross Dawson, apparently you countryman:

If you Google “GFC” in Australia the #3 result is a newspaper story, "Tough week ends in talk of ‘GFC’," dated from October last year, with four of the top 10 results referring to the planet’s economic woes, including three newspaper headlines.

If you Google “GFC” in the US, aside from a #5 entry from Wikipedia which includes various acronyms including the contemporary one, the first entry which refers to GFC in this way is at #45.

So are Australians particularly acronym-crazy? Are we in the vanguard of what will be a global trend to summarize the state of the world as GFC?

Of course the very best thing about GFC is that it is an easy explanation for everything, in three easy letters. It was all getting very complicated for a while. Now it’s simple again – yay!

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jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Clark
"GFC" must be an Australian thing then - I just assumed it was a world wide abbreviation. I think acronyms are useful when (as was the case with the GFC) the full phrase was being repeated over and over. Think of us as being economical with our use of syllables. At first I thought it must be another fast food chain :) Luckily (for us) we seem to have been much less effected by global financial events than most of the rest of the world.

Thanks for the listen,
N
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rok41 said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Overboard
Driving rock feel with well sung clever lyrics, typical Jiguma. I love the tension created during the chorus with the note choices, and the release as you move back into the verse section. I like that technique. Well written, produced and performed. Bass is perfect here, oh by the way, great drum sounds!
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jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Chris
Thanks for the very kind words - especially pleased that you liked the bass. The drum sounds are from the "Indie Kit" in Logic Pro (or maybe one of the Jam Packs?).
Cheers,
N
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alackbass said 2327 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
Great rocker. If you hadn't told me the piano and drums were penciled I would have thought they were played by actual people. I think this is the best vocal I've heard from you. This song really suits your range and vocal tone. Great production and mix!
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jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Cheers Andy
Thanks for the comments - much appreciated.

I probably should explain how I do the piano and drums parts - "pencil" may give the wrong impression, although I certainly spend a lot of time using the midi pencil to get the final results. With nearly all my midi parts I start with a midi loop (or three) to get the general feel of what I'm wanting to play. I then go in with the pencil and change the various parts of the loop around until they are what I want before spreading the revised loop across the other verses. The chorus drum loop here is more significantly modified. Once I have the single loops modified and spread across the song, I join the loops into a single region and then go through - 2 or 4 bars at a time - and modify the individual parts of the kit separately (removing hits, shifting beats, swapping sounds). I usually start with the kick, then the snare etc until the whole song is how I want it. This process can go on for a very long while. I sometimes then split the kit into 5 tracks, with a separate track for the kick, the snare, toms, hihats and cymbals - this makes it easier to sort EQ, compression and reverb. I didn't do this on this song as it sounded fine (and it's yet another level of difficulty).
The piano track was done in a similar way - a single loop that was near what I wanted to play (this is how I was able to get the left hand sorted) modified extensively (changing pitch, removing beats and adjusting timing) before spreading it across the track. Then, "micromanaging time" with the trusty midi pencil - varying the parts so that it didn't sound like a loop, and had the variety to make it seem like a real player.

I like doing this stuff, which is lucky because it can take a lot of time.

Cheers from Oz,
Neil

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falcef said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
Salve hello from Italy. Good music good many compliments to the choice of musical instruments used in this song ROCK good. Happy new year
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jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 10th, 2011)
Glad you liked it!
Grazie per il tuo commento.
Neil
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magnatone said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
NEIL - this is FABULOUS! what a stellar rocker! i can't get over that you penciled that piano in - it just sounds GREAT!!! love your vocals - this goes straight to ipod motorcycle trip playlist!
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jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 10th, 2011)
Karen
Thanks for the nice comment - don't go speeding while listening though ;)
Cheers from Oz,
Neil
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ktb said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
Penciled? Normally I can get a flavor for that but this sounds fantastically organic like you had some serious session folks help flesh this out. This one must sound particularly good with the band. Happy NY to you Neil. All the best in '011 to you and yours.
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jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 10th, 2011)
Glad you enjoyed it John
As I explain in other replies on the page, I didn't pencil FROM SCRATCH, but I did pencil in quite significant variations on a base midi loop which then got well and truly rejigged when spread through the song. The band version will be different (an extra 2 verses and a solo section in C), but should work out well once we get it better rehearsed.
Likewise for 2011 to you John - I hope we can work together some more this year.
Cheers from Oz,
Neil
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dave_b said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
Pass that bottle over here, I can relate to this one. Southern fried rock with strong lyrics. Just the right amount of attitude in the vocs, great arrangement & production.
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Sigmund said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
Another great lyrical, vocal and musical performance from you, Neil. I like how you deliver your message through your lyrics. This made for an enjoyable listen - thanks!
Sig
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Corporal Beef said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Toe Tappin'
This one gets the feet moving right from the start. Great southern feel here, and a great solo to boot. Also, the drums are done very tastefully. Thanks for posting.
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racerat said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
Man Overboard
Ditto on the comments about the pencilling in the midi. Never would have known. That's one technique I gotta practice, have to watch some YouTube lessons on that one. I agree with Alackbass That this is your best vocal to date I think. Really strong and consistent. Your phrasing is loose and funky with spirit. The instrumentation is totally fun. The lyrics are killer, really killer, particularly the chorus. Really well done Neil. Total D/L!
RR
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Social_Ice said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
I agree....
looking fore ward to better times....and with music like this, there is no reason not to feel optimistic... ~barbara
Bob Rodgers said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
A
great performance Neil and I love everything on this, guitars, drums and this is tight. I know when I like a really good song and this certainly is, everything is perfect to my ears. The tone on your Tele sounds great and I love the way you play the rhythm, sliding notes into the chords. Great arrangement and mix I also have to say your vocals are the best I've heard from you.
Very much enjoyed and thanks for the download.

Bob
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jgurner said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
A Song of the Times
I think the lines "I'm a man overboard/for all the wrong reasons" is a perfect way to encapsulate the global financial cluster f@$k of the last several years. I see people every day, jobless through no fault of their own, who are desperate to find any kind of work. A teacher with a Master's degree who is lucky to find a part-time job restock shelves at the dollar store. Or people who have been out of work so long they've just given up.

Sadly, many of these people will be "overboard" for the rest of their lives. If you're cast adrift too long, no one seems to be willing to reel you in.

A great song all around, Neil. Very true to our times.
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jfisenne said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
How appropriate
Many are overboard (and underwater w/their mortgages). I do think we are one the road to a slow recovery this year. This is a classic rocker! Really nice mix - well done.
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Vic Holman said 2326 days ago (January 8th, 2011)
rockin" chair man
excellent Neil.

this sure rocks the roof off the house. tons of energy and delivery.
great playing and production of course. but what kills me is the outstanding piano work that you penciled in, superb
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Outtaorbit said 2326 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Bottle of wine.....
And a rocking chair.... dig it
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alfalpha said 2326 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
for all the wrong reasons...
Amen, Neil! Pass the bottle of wine!
Cheers,
Alf
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hackneybloke said 2326 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
gfc
cool protest song...well 'post' protest song. wasn't familiar with the gfc acronym either...another sad reflection of how language is being shortened so we can communicate more quickly (so we can consume more quickly). clever lyrics neil.
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FEEL said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
What a rocker
Loved the music bed especially the accent of the saloon style piano. Vocals are vintage Porter and I'm really digging the axes and wishing well comparisons. I do have to say that a lot of people around here have been losing there jobs due to big corporate failures. Some from jobs they've had for over a decade. It just might be easier for them to collect help rather than opt for a large cut in pay. Mght as well hang on to a gleam of hope and toss a coin in that fountain from time to time. Enjoyed!
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snowdragon said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
You had me
at the opening riff.

Great Jam tune. I could probably pick a nit or two if you wanted but I think I'll just sit in the rockin' chair . . .
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ShadowofNine said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Retro rocker
Reminds me of old time Rock N Roll which is Kool me likes lyrics are fine 2...
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tf10music said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
you've hit
a groove, and milked it. Not much not to like about this song like these. I love it when your songs achieve that Rolling Stones-like snap to them. Great work!
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mandolinquent said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Action Jackson
... great lyric, action jackson / axis of evil / man for all seasons / al those internal rhymes work brilliantly.

Great rocking sound too...

Love the way you take 12 bar and then take a left turn with it.
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thetiler said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
fun rockin
Like the play on words, nice topic too considering the situation the country is in ! Cool vocal style, like the fuzz guitar lead. Like the way you modulate in sections to. Way to go !

Thanks for sharing !
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Ed Hannifin said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
I'm impressed with the piano....
It really adds to the rocking...Very hard to believe that it's pencilled in...

The arrangement is really full and natural. It doesn't sound like it's one overdubbed bit stacked on another. It sounds like people playing, keeping it rocking while staying out of each others' way.

I like the drum fills around 'I'm a man overboard for all the wrong reasons.' Very drummerly penciling there...

I like blend of grit and smooth in the lead guitar tone, and I like the solo itself very much...

I like the subject matter, too. Having just gotten through a very rough year, I really relate to the feelings that go along with doing all the right things and having the ground shift under your feet regardless...

One of your best, Neil, I think...


jiguma said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Ed
Thanks yet again for leaving a comment Ed.

See my explanation above for the midi details - one thing I didn't mention up there is that sometimes I'll do a piano loop myself by "playing along" as if I knew how to play - hitting three (random) notes per hand in the timing I want, then going back and shifting the notes into the pitches required for the chord. It doesn't always work, but is good for organ parts in particular.

We're doing a slightly different version of this live as a 3-piece, and it's coming along well. Also started work on 3-piece versions of Take Me To Heart, Things Must Change and Spinnin' - playing guitar in a 3-piece .... now that's a challenge!

Best wishes to you and yours for 2011 Ed,
Cheers from Oz,
Neil
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PeterB7858 said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
I'll have a glass...
Hi Neil. I am on holidays camping at Tuross Head and have limited connectivity (but plenty of rain) so I haven't kept up with my MJ listening but when I saw you had posted I had to have a listen.
Congratulations! Great rocker! You could have fooled me re the midi piano and drums - they both had an authentic feel. Strong lyrics and vocals too. Just pass the bottle... Regards, Peter.
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Ibstrat said 2325 days ago (January 9th, 2011)
Well
I was just about to go to bed, noodling on my guitar in front of the computer, noticed you had a new song. I loved it from the first 2 seconds, I'm sitting here jamming with it. Seriously rockin' this is great Neil!
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shavingronaldscar said 2325 days ago (January 10th, 2011)
tight!
This is pure, good ol' rock and roll. Nice lines!
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neilh79 said 2324 days ago (January 10th, 2011)
jiguma...
... you know its good when your feet start going after 20 seconds. Good jive!!
Warren Smith said 2324 days ago (January 11th, 2011)
New year new song
Solid soundtrack .. and a good start on the lyrics. (I have a few ideas on where it could go. If you are interested, I could e-mail them.)
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tonestones said 2323 days ago (January 11th, 2011)
Great rock n roll
Reminds me of great southern blues. I love these lyrics. Great vocal performance.
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Doadars Uncle said 2323 days ago (January 12th, 2011)
Chair!
I love the shifting signatures. Sometimes you just gotta be... off... I get there more than I probably should. I like the drive of this one!
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jdholliday said 2322 days ago (January 12th, 2011)
vintage jiguma!
you sir are one of my favorite artists in the world! I love your stuff and this is an amazingly well put together solid gold song, great lyrics, making a profound statement with a solid top notch hook, delivered with straight on the money vocals, I've listened to this several times but wanted to wait till I had the headphones on, dude, the piano and guitar are so in the pocket, and the drum track is perfect, the bass line is sweet, great job on that piano, I would never know! Stellar post as usual!!!
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Char said 2322 days ago (January 12th, 2011)
One man band.
No one else sounds like you. You always have something to say and that along with good music, makes a good song. Thanks.
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Jarvoid said 2322 days ago (January 13th, 2011)
Great rocker...
I was going to let loose with a load of original and witty superlatives.....but on checking ,they've all been said...so basically "what they all said ! " x10.

Jarvo.
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kevmikwa said 2321 days ago (January 13th, 2011)
Pencil whiz
You really are the king of the pencil tool. I understand about starting from a loop baseline, but the things you do with them is just so masterful.

I know I've made this comment on a couple of your tunes, but you sure don't need any drumming help anymore and that makes me sad (as a former "bandmate"). Guess I just gotta make sure you don't start teaching Andrew your tricks of the pencil-drum trade!

I was also intrigued to hear about your piano method (in your reply to Ed Hannifin). I actually was working with something along those lines for guitar. I have a Yamaha EZ-AG: it's a cheesy guitar trainer that has strings and a MIDI out. Like you and the piano, I'll strum it with the feel I like and it records the open strings as MIDI notes which I then go in and move around to the chords I need.

Needless to say, the entirety of the song is spot on: everything in just the right spot (in stereo field and frequency spectrum), well produced, mixed and mastered, great guitar and bass tones, excellent vocal (manic in spots), and I like your simple solo.

I usually try to find a nit to pick in my comments, but on this one, you've got me fairly well stumped. I would have objected to your equal-velocity 16th-note kicks at 3:22+, but in reality that just means that your "drummer" has a better, more consistent right foot than mine - it's still realistic.

Good on ya, as usual.
RochaMalhada said 2321 days ago (January 13th, 2011)
and SOL
stress... for all the wrong reasons...

some 'ave lost their wits about them and resorted to gunning folks down, frikkin miserable

Great rocking tune here, Neil


. - Harold
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lengold said 2321 days ago (January 14th, 2011)
Wonderful
rocker - great song, musicianship, vocal and production. Very impressed with the pencilled drums. Enjoyed.
Cheers
Len

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WharmtonRise said 2320 days ago (January 14th, 2011)
Agree
With everything said. Drum track is terrific. But then so is the whole thing. Nice clean mix too.
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T_Being_esq said 2320 days ago (January 15th, 2011)
Can I
be your roadie?
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Skean said 2320 days ago (January 15th, 2011)
Thanks
For a perfect mixed super song.
Be well, and I hope you are on the right side, cos I feel sad for many people now at Australia.
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KCsGROOVE said 2319 days ago (January 15th, 2011)
Good one, Neil!
Love that rockin' piano!
Great lyrics!
Dig it!
KC
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BirdmanWayne94 said 2319 days ago (January 16th, 2011)
A song...
... that's very true and depicts a sad everyday reality. Lovin' the groove here! I'm guessing this is to be played with your band? I sense the band's influence in your writing these days. Very cool! :)
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sschedra said 2316 days ago (January 18th, 2011)
Neil
You know how to put together a rock and roll song, my man. The instrumentals match the spirit of the song and the song itself is just twisty enough not to be predictable, but still leave us comfortable that its rock. I think your piano and drums are pretty impressive for midi work. The vocal performance does the job too. I get the feeling of a three day beard, wine breath and the attitude that suits it on this number. Great job.
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Bob6stringer said 2313 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
You rock.
You inspire me to eschew (most of) the FX and plug in a live amp. Dig the clean keys and guitars playing the kind of rock that got me stomping my feet as a kid. My guitar ear digs the sawblade chord strums/tone as well as the sweet open string/harmonic touches. You rock, old man! (I kid -- I may be older than you!) Wish I were in your hood for a good old fashioned jam session.
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jibes said 2311 days ago (January 23rd, 2011)
Pass that bottle of wine
Yea!!! A superb song and great production bro! I'll have to try that old pencil trick, I like that idea. I'm sorry for being late to hear your song. Things should settle now that Christmas is over.
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yrp said 2310 days ago (January 24th, 2011)
Poingnat topic
pretty well delivered!
One can feel the protagonist´s desair despite the easy going feel of the song.
Times are harder and harder.This song says this nicely.
Downloaded!
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I.G.M. said 2309 days ago (January 25th, 2011)
Although
I do not believe that there is something like a GFC I really like your song, hehe!

Good groove, well played, great production.
Fantastic song.

Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland
Ingo

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lholden said 2308 days ago (January 26th, 2011)
wow
I love the production, Neil, and the song really bounces along! I loved listening and could totally imagine this carousel idea. The guitar sound was strikingly clear and good. Well done.
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TERRAPLANE said 2308 days ago (January 27th, 2011)
Great !!
Chord structure ,song writing & delivery .. tops all around Mr. Porter

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egobandit said 2305 days ago (January 29th, 2011)
I tell ya
You never disappoint , I was painting a kitchen today and one of your songs came on from maybe 2006 and I have to say if anything you have the most unique voice! Love it as always downloaded thanks!
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ste said 2298 days ago (February 5th, 2011)
can't
believe those drums and piano aren't played. Wonderful music and really like your lyrics
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