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This Forgotten Town (wt Terry Wigmore)
This one got passed me but alas, here is me chiming in. That Indian chant calling the question that has no real solid answer. Human nature makes many bad choices it seems and the ghosts towns in various places are haunted like nothing ever changed but for the living. This is my take on this very good track.
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What a memorable track this is! I can imagine this song being featured in some climactic film sequence. Great fun!
Latest job figures in Canada seem to suggest an economic stall here...over there?...EU?..been a few years of less than stellar market performance and growth is just not getting any traction...this tune catches that sense of gloom so well....still enjoying this with a kind of morbid fascination :P
I have had a lifelong interest in North America native culture so this really touched a chord with me. Love the vocal layers on the chorus and the plaintive lyrics. Creativity just never stops. Love Wednesday x
phil collins and peter at same time lol
thanks for visiting my page, sorry my english is not very good, and i can t comment like others with Musical tecnical knowledge, i comment simple words, ok? lol....well i love this tune, the more i listen the more i like it, i like the guitar work, i think is the guitar, and the vocals remenber me peter gabriel, very good, rated
Thanks very much for your visiting my page and taking the time to listen and comment on me new offering.. appreciated. Enjoyed listening to this, love the rythm and its very well put together.. fab tune.
Very enjoyable listen! Your lead vocal works that melody and message very well, and Terry's chant does too. That harmonica sounds particularly sweet in that accompaniment, but it's all good. Thumbs up!
The connection to native American Music (at least as I percieve it) is really elegant and compelling! When fate strikes we are all equal and cannot do much about it. This song is unique! - / Peo
cool track.. that Wigmore Fella get around a bit :-) nice vibe and great lyric
Yeah liked the missleading intro that takes us to an unexpected change of style, almost reggae? Loads of sounds layerd and interest like the american indian type vocals and simple percs. Very effective track...cool :) Weldone guys.
Excellent follow up to "Tired" Kevin...relates well to something a lot of towns suffer at present. Also reminds me a little of a mega tune that was a big hit on the radio..called "Tribal voices"... Love those quirky guitar chops...and a Great production guys. keith
Nice job guys, very interesting track the intro had me wondering where you were going as it is very American Indian. Love the jauntiness of this one. Much enjoyed........David
Interesting intro and at first I thought it was going to be an American Indian song by the chant but I was wrong. The lyrics are so true and most of us feel that many towns have lost their souls with all the empty shops etc. Very well done Gibbo and some great additions to the music and vocals by Terry, all very well produced too. Bravo...
An interesting track to follow on the heels of Tired...tired in this Forgotten Town....tough place to be, I think. The heaviness in this track expresses the depressing reality of an economic downturn...could be anytown...anywhere...captured so well.
This drew my imagination in from the get-go, Kevin - the mark of a song that hits the emotions. Thanks for allowing me to help out.
A hard hitting, and also poignant, timely song, nicely delivered, produced, and sung by Gibbo and Terry. I love the touch of Reggae in the guitars, strong bass (and bass drum!) and a vocal that reminded me a bit of David Bryne (very cool!)
A great collaboration, and I love it, rated and D.L from me guys!
Cure-ish, Floyd-ish and something else here that you bring to the table..gentle with a pinch of sadness and a latent strength all hidden just beneath the surface that glides and glistens between my ears. Absolutely lovely.