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Like the opening guitar, would do well to have some subtle strings in the background, along with a deep bass. Nice setting, needs to go somewhere, bring some percussion in etc. Agree that it's not really a Jazz number, more Spanish sounding to me.
There is something about this song that I really like, although I wouldn't describe it as in any way Jazzy. It would probably be best under Acoustic.
ITS so free and yet so styled,it has the feeling you comented would love to see a video documental about our poor world with this music.
Bravo , I loved this for what it was , a great soulful piece of guitar playing. I found the sound a bit too crisp but thats a small thing in the overall scheme of the track. Definatly like d this.
My pain, the sadness, the sorrow that holds my soul unfolds lyrically. Well as to you its through ur guitar. I sat for hours in the valley of E.Africa rendered immobile by a scorpion bite, and the music I heared in that moment of torment reminds me of this track.
My pain, the sadness, the sorrow that holds my soul unfolds lyrically. Well as to you its through ur guitar. I sat for days in the valley of E.Africa rendered immobile by a scorpion bite, and the music I heared in that moment of torment reminds me of this track.
Not sure where it's going but it's fun getting there... real chillout room material and some nice understated guitar work in there. Enjoyed it.
This is quality guitar playing, the subtlness of the bass adds to the whole effect. Rated.
Nice guitar work. The acoustics sound great. Does have an early 70's feel. Along the lines of acoustic Jimmy page/Peter Green. Nice bass accompaniment also.
Enjoyed that, rated, Mark
I'm a definite fan y'know. I think this song is great - it reminds me of Steve Hackett. Rated and recommended dude
Pass me the Sangria....I wanna chill out to this one, watch the senors and senoritas walking by.
I like others below thought that it was gonna break into vocals somewhere along the way, which in some strange way pulled me along with the slightly ethereal nature of the guitars, weaves a nice pattern this one, and an enjoyable listen that has some echoes of early Fleetwood Mac for me... not making comparisons you understand, (co's I know some dislike that) it's just bought to mind a fab album they did called "Then Play On" which I will have to dig out and have a listen to sometime. Anyway, I digress... enjoyed it... nice!
Thanx Stew -your tops m8 - "there is more to wealth than riches - you had it all the time and didn't know it" - from one of my songs!
quality track, when do I get paid ?
i too was waiting for the vocals. guitars are spot on, reminds me of some 70s work, slightly eagles perhaps. good stuff this has potential for sure
i suppose i was waiting for vocals the whole time. that sense of urgency ruined my first listen, so i replayed and focused more on the instrumntation. simply great guitar parts. good use of pan as i hear diferent pieces ever so slightly left and right and it gives it that full sound. and its not too far left or too far right. makes it feel like its a massive track of sound. i hearing some light synth in the background i believe. a chorus sounding pad. i could be wrong it might just be reverb feedback, but i thought it was a nice touch. now that the the track has ended im sure its a pad as i hear it trail off.. good subtlty to it and ambiguoity to it. awesome dude, accept my rate
I have always been musical - thank you to my music teacher Miss Horricks who discovered me to have perfect pitch and shocked I didn't play an instrument as I came top in my class ( as with everything else I seemed to do at that age!). My dad made a guitar by gluing together broken pieces of damaged instruments and thus music came about.
I continue flirting with the academic world currently sifting through ideas in astronomy and physics but whereas mathematics is exercise for the mind and music is exercise for the soul - it is my professional life that continues to put bread on the table and as such occupies most of my time!!!!!!!
This page is dedicated to my loving nephew, James Latimer who was cruelly taken from us.
I have reached the age where I have more friends who have died recently than I am able to invite along to "do the music thing".When I am gone - you people here will have to read it in the journals and it gives me satisfaction to know that you might even read about it and not know it was me!Anyway - I am in the process of clearing out the cabin a little bit ( not too much though!) The number of dead hardrives has dwindled recently as I have updated the heating system. I suppose if you are reading this you seriously need to get a life - just like me!!!! :)
The BBC don't love me.....My pension fund doesn't love me.....My music loves me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!