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This was my attempt to be a little sentimental but at the same time work with acoustic instruments...It probably is a little repetitive but a lot of acoustic is...I think everything sounds pretty damn good together.....Lyrics are coming...The ending may seem a little long with just the piano but I have a good idea for that, be patient...
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Uploaded: May 17, 2007 - 02:58:57 PM
Last Updated: May 17, 2007 - 02:58:57 PM Last Played: May 17, 2019 - 06:29:16 AM
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said 4423 days ago (May 17th, 2007)
Really Nice Sound
Nothing wrong with sentimentality, and accoustic guitars with pianos are natural instruments to drift into that groove with. Very nice sound, looking forward to the lyrics!
Dharma Logos said 4423 days ago (May 17th, 2007)
The music leads me.
This is more than just a good piece of music that I like at this moment. The music carries me, and I am helpless to do anything but follow the master in wondrous anticipation. The guitar and piano work very well together. (As a guitarist myself I'm really impressed by your pull-offs: there's a lot of power and control. The drums work well. Not sure if you played it or looped it, but I really like the bass drum. Production is perfect. I'm interested to hear the vocals.

And what was up with that horn intro? It set me up for something, but the song was entirely different. Normally that would have been a disappointment along the lines of false advertising, but somehow you make it work to very interesting effect. I'd like to hear you develop that horn bit into a full-fledged theme for a different song.
Check out my latest song called Celeste
dajama said 4423 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
This all hangs together
beautifully. The guitar work is very sweet - great tone and very nice playing. Bass is ideal - subtle and restrained. Drums work, although a little change up here and there (maybe a little fill) might add a little extra dynamic, although the groove is very cool. I like the piano "outro", I have to say. I'm excited to hear what you do with this lyrically. Glad I came across your work. Nice stuff. Peace.
Check out my latest song called Across the Wire (MJRF)
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