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Soul Warming (Dub mix)



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Warms the soul
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Things we never see set us free, soul warming
Sky is all red in my head, soul warming

Who is leading the game who is leading the game?
Who is passing the flame, who is passing the flame?
Who is taking my hand, who is taking my hand? Soul warming
Leading me to dry land,leading me to dry land

Who do you see just agree
Who's sky is red in your head
Who do you you see just agree
Who's sky is red in your head

Join our souls together.....

I just can

Join our souls together.....

Who do you fool when you're cruel
Who can you be when you're me
Who can you be

Who do you see just agree
Who's sky is red in your head
Who do you see just agree
Who's sky is red in your head

(c)Lynne Todd
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Uploaded: Aug 04, 2007 - 04:21:44 AM
Last Updated: Aug 04, 2007 - 04:49:13 AM Last Played: May 26, 2019 - 02:44:31 AM
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Fostex 160 4 track
said 4334 days ago (August 4th, 2007)
One other
Great track from you... Love the lyrics and, Lynne's signing with you... The only thing I don't like is the bass some times is little of to my ears but that is me and my ears... Maybe some one other hear it in different way.

Take care
apb said 4334 days ago (August 4th, 2007)
This one ....

sounds very "Catch" like .. the bass sound and line ..
string voice choices .. harmonies, reminds me a bit of
"the life I've come to lead" we did. When was this one
done? Could be another 'analogapalooza' entry (have you
checked that forum thread?)

A little shame about the clipping on the bass in parts
but you always did great demos with just the Fostex 4-track... my efforts on a Fostex 4-track were never as
good as this.
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steck said 4334 days ago (August 4th, 2007)
Circa 10 years ago.

From memory we co-wrote about 3 trax like this one. I recorded a further 6/7 tracks of hers. This is the only one that I have on PC at the mo.

With very little notice, I have Angeline and her two wee boys popping over so must dash and tidy up although her youngest totally trashed my flat last time he woz here :-(

I'll see if I can record a wee video message from her for you Al.....
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echoroom said 4333 days ago (August 4th, 2007)
Smooths the soul
Really nice build-up (again) to this, and a real 80's feel (ahhh, my era!). Something in the mix sounds a bit odd to me (I think it's some of the percussion, that alost sounds a little off). The duel vocal swork really well, and overall this has a lovely professional feel to it.

Nice work.

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steck said 4333 days ago (August 4th, 2007)
My fav era too Steve, 1984 in particular actually.

I think I slightly incorrectly set the delay length so this throws up some odd effects on the drums.

Just spoke to my Dad who definately has a copy of the rest of the Todd/Steck recordings. I just found a copy but he's got a well presevered Dolby *C* chrome one. There's some crazy stuff on there that I can't wait to release. I also forgot that "Flatch" plays guitars on most of the Todd sessions.

I didn't think I would ever wheel ye olde tape deck out again. How wrong I was....


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