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 Genre: Acoustic Rock

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Started with playing my cheap acoustic into a 58 from about 2 feet away from the mic ... added a second acoustic then everything just built from there.
Thanks for listening ... always learning so any criticism is always helpful.
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Uploaded: May 02, 2015 - 06:15:04 AM
Last Updated: May 02, 2015 - 06:15:04 AM Last Played: Jul 20, 2016 - 03:03:54 AM
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Philip18 said 729 days ago (May 2nd, 2015)
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Intriguing guitar sounds, Stan. There's a brittleness to them that I wasn't entirely comfortable with at first, but I think they blend really well with the emotive vocal. The sparse crunchy lead adds to the effect. The arrival of the bass changes things somewhat, as do the drums - it all becomes rockier. Towards the end I was wondering what would happen, and you introduced the orchestration. Fine piece! (Small point: there seems to be a lengthy silence at the end - worth trimming?)
davisamerica said 729 days ago (May 2nd, 2015)
So .....
Big Star ..... The biggest band that never happened ..... This reminds me of them and that is a sincere compliment.... Nice one sir.
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Warren Smith said 728 days ago (May 3rd, 2015)
Sonic ambience
Here's my feedback: Interesting enough experiment in reaching for a sonic ambience that reflects the wrenching story. (Lyrics, please). The transition to the heavier rock section works for me, as it darkly deepens the electric atmosphere. The orchestration at the end, to my ears, does not fit the overall matrix .. that it intrudes more than it compounds. Your singing is expressively wonderful. Cheers!
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Vic Holman said 727 days ago (May 4th, 2015)
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cool tune stan. i really like the harmonized vocals and chord progression. when the full band comes in it sounds more balanced. the guitars, for the first half to sound somewhat trebley, maybe some EQ reduction on the high end. overall cool song
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grah3am said 723 days ago (May 8th, 2015)
Nice arrangement
There's something George Harrisony about this that I like. The guitars do seem rather brittle for such a warm song.
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Dadai.2 said 723 days ago (May 8th, 2015)
I like this...
guitar progression/accompaniment, and those vocals... Musical shimmers. Nice one Stan.
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egobandit said 723 days ago (May 8th, 2015)
Home is wear the heart is
The backing vox in this the ohhs and ahhs really tug me in reaching some notes when your singing very relaxing like when the drums come in that bass line is very nice with the guitar riding on top sweet like the break at the end I waited to see if anything was at the very end but nope
nice touch :)
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PeterB7858 said 720 days ago (May 11th, 2015)
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Retro sounding EQ works for me, Stan. Early collab between Neil Young and The Beatles on 45 rpm (but with a much better sense of space and modern dynamics). The layered vocals work well. The mix is impressive. The extended outro is, again, a staple of the genre and gives time for reflection. Thanks, Peter.
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Name: Stan Gadziola
Location: Halifax Nova Scotia Canada
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