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Hi Rich - thanks for the comment on "1982". The intro certainly grabs the attention - i thought the streaming on the mp3u player was being interfered with when it started but then i realised it was an intentional "avante garde" rhythm effect you were employing. A short but creative composition - the sort of thing that artists included as a"hidden" track at the end of a CD back in the day. Well worth a listen. Cheers. James
the chortle at the start sets the context with a smile...whatever is going on with Suzy, it is now immortalized in a snappy little tune that she can laugh at...perhaps in time? Liked that ending...and the little tinkling throughout.... :) looped around just hear the laugh..something infectious in there Rich :D
You weren't kidding! Short and sweet. Nicely played
There's nothing wrong with a short track, i often write short tracks and in some ways it makes them more rememberable and played more often. It's surprising how much you can get into a short track.
I really like this..i can see you expanding it in the future. Really sounds good.
very short this track. like a idea forming.
done in your cool formidable style
avante garde is a cool word suits this well.
would be cool to hear a longer version
nice guitar tone and vocals as always i had one that was trouble i was glad she went before i did anyway a great production I'm on my 4th listen i like this song
She never had a sense of humor anyway. Give HER a drink......Dig this Rich!
Short and sweet, Rich. As always, love the intricate guitar work on that Martin; gives an extra dimension to every song you post.
That Suzy's a handful, ain't she? I like the sp... keys and the this site edit's the word to keep us from makin' ...s of ourselves. This has rolled by twice, bringin' it around for a third, nicely done Rich! Love the way you're splashin' about on that acoustic, and the chuckle you start off with :)
I loved music at first breath. Born in 1955 the year when Marilyn Monroe came to NYC for acting lessons less then 5 miles away from my wee infant self. Born 6 days after James Dean crashed his Porche 955. Must'v had an effect on me. Maybe.. ya never know. So to go on.. Memories, way far back, music involved everything. Sounds, beats, how I felt. When music I was attracted to broke in, it was worth waking up for. It influenced my personality. Who I would like, love and where I would hang. Music surrounded everything in my reality. It was the muse to get me along and hang on. Always going on. That's just the way it is. To what, I don't know. I just hope someone out there is better off for something I did or didn't do, said, or sang and boy, singing saved my life more times then I can count. I always had that when I had absolutely nothing else I could count on, even myself.
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at five I played my first notes. at 15 my second. in between we just don't talk about.
this song really reflects on where we are, whats important about life. the arrangement, the guitar, vocals, all really hit the mark. this is one of the greats.
Your voice is so cool. You have these "cracks" in the words and it doesn't matter... in fact it makes you "real." I don't know if that makes sense to you, but to me – trust me, it's good! The music has a very lifting feeling to it. And again, your music hypnotizes me to listen to the whole song not once, but twice. THEN, I want to get a copy, and comment... it's a whole thing that I go through