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Please forgive tribute to Burt Bacharach, thinking of the Look of Love sung by Dusty Springfield. Wanted to record something crisp and professional, but you can't win all the time! Needs something other than guitar. Vocal or keyboards or Clarinet perhaps.
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Daugrin said 837 days ago (July 2nd, 2017)
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Ah, just fine like it is, maybe the guitar mix is a bit too strident in the highs?
The conception and execution is fab. Something is missing in that there is little sustain in the thing... vocals or perhaps some sax playing a melodic line?

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ste said 835 days ago (July 4th, 2017)
i think
a japanese vocal would work on this. it's a nice piece and that would lean it away from the bacharach tone
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J_Gretch said 834 days ago (July 5th, 2017)
A sultry female jazz voice would work for me....nice piece as is.
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hackneybloke said 438 days ago (August 5th, 2018)
i did a cover of 'the look of love' because i LOVE burt.
this is great charlie. needs nothing....stands up nicely....maybe see if you can mess with reverb levels which could add some atmos to some of the elements. nice ending too.
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