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One unexpected pending divorce after eighteen years, two computers, two guitars, two imics, one sm58, one cheap radio shack mic, a lot of writing singing and strumming add up to no regrets.

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Everything you did
And everything you said
I never ever thought you would
Now everywhere you go
And everyone you know
Won't be nearly half as good
And somewhere out there
You'll be looking back at what you had
And some day I swear
You'll be looking back at me instead
You said it
No regrets
Don't bet it
No regrets
You'll sweat it
No regrets
You might hear a cheer
And it my be sincere
But you'll have to wonder why
And every day
You'll have to look yourself in the eye
And remember
You said no regrets
Red ember
No regrets
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Uploaded: Feb 27, 2005 - 10:46:41 AM
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2005 - 11:08:26 PM Last Played: May 15, 2019 - 09:53:33 PM
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Titanium Powerbook G4, Imic, Radio Shack 33-3018 Dynamic Unidirectional mic on main vocals, Carvin SC90 Koa Custom electric six string on lead, Carvin custom bolt-on kit guitar on rhythms. For the background vocals I used a friend's heavier hitting Dual G4 to add the additional tracks (thanks ivanjs) I used a sm58 through a small mixer through an Imic. I guess that's about it.
Peter Greenstone said 5288 days ago (February 27th, 2005)
could be really good
You've got a lot of really good things going on in this. Your singing is pretty solid and your guitar work rocks. But there is a massive emptlyness in this song where the bass part and the bottom end of the drums belong. It's like the space was made but the bass player never showed up.

One other nit: It just cuts off at the end. I don't know why so many people here do this. You've got to either fade it out or let the sustain fade out naturally before you end the track.

Anyway, this sounds like a great rock song in the works. Just add that bass track and beef-up the sound of those drums.... and hold that sustain at the end.
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SlimGirlFat said 5288 days ago (February 27th, 2005)
Great guitar
and you have a great voice.
Nicely arranged track with a good rythmn and melody.
I agree with PG about the bass, it seems to need
something to balance that bottom end a bit.
Other than that I like this a lot.



thetiler said 5288 days ago (February 27th, 2005)
Rock on
This a fun rock tune.
Being an acoustic guy, I like the fact that I can turn it
down and hear the words and the funk. And it sounded

To be honset when I first come to a tune and I hear that it
sounds too blaring. I get pretty nervous and jump out
quick. But maybe If I heard a "All Along The Watchower I
might take an exception. But I do get kind of frightened if
something is to blaring. But I didn't get that feeling with
your tune.

To me it was a pretty darn nice rock tune.
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TobinMueller said 5287 days ago (February 28th, 2005)
Solid straight up southern rock sound, never deviates and
just keeps driving. Nice vocal performance and great
energy. Yes, the track could use a bass presence and
some more drum fills (not too many), and perhaps a
moment to change up the sound so that energy could
have a few more levels, but just a solid tune
and solid performance all around.
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FEEL said 5168 days ago (June 27th, 2005)
Very good
you definitely have your own style...really
refreshing...great guitar.
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