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If I ever get the damned album finished (Excalybr and other stories) this one is slated as the second song, between Convergence and Wasted, with precious little space in between them.
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Your mind leaves your body and
You pick up the contraband
Somehow you try to fly
Venus is floating by
Yet no one seems to care
Shouldn't they even stare?
But they don't seem to notice that
You're here in your underwear

Are everywhere
Do you dare
Deny, your nightmares?
Only in your dreams
Does luck (love in 3rd chorus)
Come in thirteens

The first is a dragon then
The jesters come dancing in
You're caught in crossfire of
Something from up above
Over the rainbow lies
Nothing but compromise
Unconsciously the truth comes through
Much more than you realize


You're under the water now
Yet no one is asking how
The rooms all just disappear,
Can't see the end from here
Champagne and caviar
Notions go on so far
And sweat soaks the nightgown
As you wait for the morning star

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Uploaded: Apr 23, 2005 - 12:05:00 PM
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2005 - 08:57:46 PM Last Played: Mar 09, 2019 - 07:52:15 AM
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G4 emac, ancient Traynor PA head with far too many adaptors, Shure Unisphere I (circa 1970 vintage), whole buncha guitars (honestly can't remember with all the bouncing), Marshall Valvestate 2000, Roland DAC-50, Pepperoni Phaser, French Toast, Chillidog, Boom.
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said 5174 days ago (April 25th, 2005)
A few off-pitch acoustic guitar notes in there, plus the
high git strings are sounding a little tinny and stress
fatigued (too much bouncing?). Voice and harmonies are
pretty cool and nicely contoured but a little lazy, I think.
Imagine your are Boris Karloff or Vincent Price as you sing
it...just a little more emphasis. You've achieved full
spectrum sound and a good stereo spread. Sweet electric
guitar...but that too is a little stress fractured from
snowdragon said 5174 days ago (April 25th, 2005)
RS sincere thanks for the frank and honest feedback. It truly is appreciated. I
had been hoping for Max Ernst or Andre Breton references, but hey, I love
Karloff. As to the guitars, you are bang on, lotta bouncing. I hadn't been
aware of the stress phenomenon until you pointed it out and now it's all I can
hear in there. Short of a processor upgrade (wife'll have a fit if I spend more
money on this) is there a quick fix for this.? The final mix was still 13 tracks
and I lost count of how many guitars there were. (Probably explains the odd
Again, thanks pal.

When philosophy and reality collide, reality wins
Check out my latest song called Nightmares
said 5174 days ago (April 25th, 2005)
Quick fix: import into Logic Express for a higher fidelity bounce. Other than
that, maybe a trip through Peak 4. Or maybe within GB check your
compression settings. Perhaps you've applied compression to both individual
tracks and to the global track. Too much compression can create a thin
degraded sound. Doubling tracks on key instruments can help to enrich the
sound. Perhaps others will have other suggestions.

I support my voice. http://www.schletty.com/indwellings
said 5138 days ago (May 30th, 2005)
I may not offer....

much by way of suggsetions. But I know a good song
when I hear it. A classic this is (Yoda talk).

Much enjoyed this song. 8-8-8-8

snowdragon said 5136 days ago (June 1st, 2005)
I may not offer....
offered plenty, you did. Thanks Dadai.

When philosophy and reality collide, reality wins
Check out my latest song called Nightmares
bonedaddy_1 said 4908 days ago (January 16th, 2006)
awsome song snow very unique i listened to it twice
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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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