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All Fine Again


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NickFury

 Genre: Rock

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A little Ditty about personnal growth
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Lyrics
There's something I think I need to let you know
We don't have much time
To make it all fine again!
I feel the distance growing
As I'm standing out here in the cold
I'll do the impossible
To make us all fine again

Is my vessel half empty?
Or is it just half full?
Is there a God in the sky ?
Or is it just the man in the Moon?

I've got to tear it down and build it up again
Got to make new bricks and fill them in
Got to turn the wheel around
Before we can be fine again

There's a lesson to learn from the pain
Got to make sure I don't repeat it again
Got to set it free before I can return

Turn the wheel around before we can be fine again

There's only one thing left for me to do
And that's find my inner peace
Find a new release
And when I turn around
I hope you'll still be there for me
Song Stats
Hits: 2821
Comments: 23
Fans: 13
Plays: 201
Downloads: 95
Votes: 3
Uploaded: May 26, 2009 - 12:07:02 AM
Last Updated: Sep 06, 2009 - 04:19:08 PM Last Played: Jan 12, 2019 - 01:49:42 PM
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Hardware:
Fender strat, Fender accoustic, Line6 UX2,
Software:
Sequel by Steinberg
Comments
Feter said 3707 days ago (May 26th, 2009)
All Fine Again
This has alot of feelings as letting it out of your chest ...great power
here on the guitars and vocals ...I know I m biased but for some reasons
your high vocal harmony reminds me of G. Nash ..top notch production ..
thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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NickFury said 3706 days ago (May 27th, 2009)
Wow
Wow, Graham Nash? Thats a big compliment! thank you! Yep this one sounds the cleanest of all my stuff sofar, still muddy on the back end guitars tho.
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davisamerica said 3707 days ago (May 26th, 2009)
oh man
this one hit me right between the eyes and went straight to the heart. Downloaded.
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NickFury said 3706 days ago (May 27th, 2009)
The Heart
Glad to hear it! Thanks, I have to stop short of spillig too much about this song. I'm guessing most people can fill in their own experiences and make it theirs.
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tokai said 3706 days ago (May 27th, 2009)
Expressive
tune, i know what you mean by the description and well expressed through this track. Fine guitar work Nick.
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filmscoremike said 3704 days ago (May 29th, 2009)
Awesome
Really enjoyed this! Very cool start to this. I like how it builds up, and the vocals come in slowly; creates a neat atmosphere. I especially liked the musical interlude between the first and second lyric stanzas. Ok... make that all the interludes. Their awesome. Of course, the lyrics and vocals are great. I guess it's just my taste to pick up on the instrumental parts more.
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NickFury said 3704 days ago (May 29th, 2009)
Interlude
Thank's , I really am more into the instrumentation than the singing. I would rather have a strong Rock vocalist like Daltrey or Steve Mariot sing my stuff than myself, but I'm stuck w/ me. I tend to spend more time on the other tracks. You may notice the FX on the vocals, this is cuz I'm not too confident in my singing.
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said 3704 days ago (May 29th, 2009)
yep
some killer geetar licks in here

. - Harold

five_extra_arms said 3673 days ago (June 29th, 2009)
Facing The Demons
Shredding guitars and really crazy, inventive vocals/harmonies.

I think that intro was very dramatic as it took it's time building up and then BOOM!

This has so much to enjoy. I hear a Roger Daltry/Steve Miller type vocal (before you mentioned Daltry in a previous comment), but as a whole, you don't sound like anyone! And that's a compliment to your originality.

Very energetic and very much enjoyed.

Glad you found this place. We love new talent, even if you're old (40s? LOL!!)

Bob (46)

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NickFury said 3663 days ago (July 9th, 2009)
Demons&Daltrey
Hey wow, thanks for the fine compliments! If you hear Roger in there somewhere, thats a huge Props! Especially since he's My fav. Rock frontman of all time, but I am curious to know what verse you hear it in, cuz I cant be very objective on my own vocals.
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Calchas said 3612 days ago (August 29th, 2009)
Wow!
Nice work man. Love the spacey-ness of this. The vocals throughout are fabulous. Great guitar soloing too!

Enjoyed!

Be well!
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crissew said 3603 days ago (September 6th, 2009)
some crazy harmonies
in the intro for this song. Your vox are too good to be under that many effects though. I know you were going for a real ethereal sound but I would clean up the vox some. I think there is reverb chorus and delay on them, i would notch it down a tad. Really good tune, enjoyed it.
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NickFury said 3603 days ago (September 6th, 2009)
Vox FX
are a crutch for me, I tend to over do it out of a lack of confidence in my voice. I know it's probobly way over produced, I am gonna start trying do go dry in upcoming stuff because you are not the first to point this out, I just have a hard time letting go of that Delay man. Good advice! Thanks !
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PaulaMunk said 3603 days ago (September 6th, 2009)
Nice production.
I enjoyed the build-up and the vocals are very powerful with all the effects. Very creative. Thanks.
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NickFury said 3603 days ago (September 6th, 2009)
Nice
Comments, thank you for listening!
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Bob6stringer said 3539 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
Classic sound.
Digging the harmonies and their blend with the guitars. The guitar chords, when you strum through chord changes, remind me a little of the mix on The Who's Tommy--that applies to both your electric and acoustic tracks. Even the vocals midway through (around 3:30 to 4:00). Your leads here are an entirely different, soaring wonder to behold. The psychedelic flavor laced in here reminds me of the groove of a chilled-out version of the Beatles' Tomorrow Never Knows.
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NickFury said 3539 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
Gave up
trying to hide my Townshend influence a long time ago, I gotta own it now, too obvious to those that know his stamp on things, sigh! All really great compliments though, thank you very much!
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Char said 3522 days ago (November 27th, 2009)
It seems
Paula came by. You sound terrific. I agree, you have a unique voice but the whole package reminds me of some dynamite stage bands. And here you are, doing this all on your own. Thanks.
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jiguma said 3521 days ago (November 28th, 2009)
Belated welcome to MJ Robby
I really like the whole concept of this. Sounds like something the Byrds might have done - around 8 Miles High - or of course (reminded by the guitar coming in) the Beatles.
I think there are 2 things I'd look at to boost this one: there seems to be a lot of different parts to the song - I guess I'm a bit of a verse/verse/chorus/verse/verse etc person - I'd probably look at simplifying the structure a little. Secondly, I think you could add to the "sparkle" a little. I don't know "Sequel", but it is obviously a pretty capable bit of software. Perhaps look for something called "Exciter" in the plugins - it just sounds a little flat (production-wise) to me.
I should have said earlier that I subscribe to the "give honest suggestions" policy and tend to say what I think rather than just telling people they are brilliant. These comments are in no means meant to be derogatory - I think this is a killer piece of work. Just exchanging experience I guess.
Great harmonies and you obviously have some wide ranging skills.
I'm VERY impressed.
Neil
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NickFury said 3521 days ago (November 28th, 2009)
Honest
suggestions are exactly what I come to MJ for, no worries. there is nothing called "exciter"in sequel that I am aware of, but I do need something for sure, I know exactly what you mean. I have been trying to figure out how to make things pop ever since I got the program, I'm not sure if it is my lack of experience or if I'm just not doing something right.My mic is a carvin, not too sure about its quality,also I am mixing in headphones, because I cant afford to get some decent monitors, that is definately hindering my ability to hear things properly. As to song structure, I say rock is like all art, rules are for math and science.
Thanks for the input Neil!
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jiguma said 3520 days ago (November 28th, 2009)
Exciter
If you're after some sparkle on your songs, you could do a lot worse than Ozone - I think it's up to Ozone 4 now. Not sure if it works with Sequel though. You are 100% correct about rock being like art :)
Cheers,
Neil
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fasteddie said 3516 days ago (December 2nd, 2009)
Rockestra
I've listened to this song about 4-5 times. I love the guitar parts. They are so tasty! You have a really good voice it would be cool to hear it a little drier one time.
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NickFury said 3515 days ago (December 3rd, 2009)
Cool
thanks mike,Yeah, I over did it on the vox fx , I should keep it on some parts but back it off in the verses maybe? I'm just now figuring out how important it is to make sure vocals are right out in front, and backing off on some of the louder parts.
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