Singer songwriter from Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Hi David, I love this wonderful, super-cool vibe, and yeah I get a really cool SKA/Rocksteady vibe here, and its so nice, and your words paint a wild and happening picture!
a reggae beat I'm not normally into reggae but i do like this song reggae with a rock twist very cool indeed and easy to get into this is very a very infectious song it leaves me want more
Cool! Sorry I missed this 1 x around. Some cool elements in this song, with the mix of reggae, some modern percussion sounds with more organic drums/percussion. Wow. A train sound worked into a tune. Nice! Enjoyed this! Thumbs
I like this form of reggae you create in this offering. It seems to have a rock type twist intertwined and I feel that gives it more flare for the ear. Good song. Good work! -Mike
Really nice vibe going on here... yes I owned a Yamaha Natural Sound Stereo Receiver RX-770 that worked for over 20 years and sounded incredible the whole time, well worth the $500 price tag. Well this song makes me feel like I'm smoking again, reminds me of the Grateful Dead and Phish, a lovely song indeed. Like the sp...ly sprinkled vocals and the bass is very Reggae like with drums also reminding of Bob Marley. Excellent song mate!! Cheers! - DJ Frankie
Thanks one and all for the warm reception ya gave Yamaharlot's Debut, I like this girl and think she's fillin' Cap'n Casio's shoes far better than I thought possible :) Huge thank you to Michael Round (mykyndryd) for dressing her up with style on this bit!
I see Mike's been all over it....definitely got the right groove with his pickin!
Good to hear the Sand Springs Railway has the hooter sound so prevalent in old Hollywood cowboy and injuns movies :-)
Lots of rhythms to choose from now ...poor Cap'n couldn't dance to a reggae vibe if his life depended on it :D...love the TRAIN...long train coming....wait that's been done :)...FUN Dave...that is the emotion...you're cutting loose with sounds...cheap sonic junkie :) love it. Glad Mike joins you too..more fun!
Nice to have a new toy to play with and Yamaharlot indeed!!! She is sounding sweet David and you with those naughty sounding vocals and lyrics left me quite flustered,,,,yeah and love that passing train too.
Dig these funky, cool vibes, mun! :)
Hi David - happy to jump aboard that 'ol Sand springs train with you on thi9s one. I think the Capn's legacy is in safe hands ...
Woohoo, glad y'all are enjoyin' this gal, she likes being watched...and this train she's pullin' now includes Mike Round (mykyndryd) on guitars. Jump in or have a peek, it's a party!
Fantastic stuff David, drum and bass for sure, totally unique sound and the train fits so well. Big welcome to Yamaharlot. Easy Rate, Gibbo
Cracking funky and very sassy beat ...goes like a train as they say! :-) Cannot help but jig along to this...the trains timely appearance is spot on...great vocals! keith
Good use of your passing train!! All those kisses left me hot and bothered too...sheeeit, behave! WTG David!!
Suggestive drum and bass solo with the right drive to begin with. Makes you curious, what it will lead up to! Your intense and "raw" vocals are SO UNIQUE! Rated of course. --/Peo
Thanks for the early listens, Rich, Phil and Dan. Tweaked the mix per your suggestion, Dan, glad you caught that, buddy!
Love the track, would dig the vox being up a bit more in the mix but understand you probably have em where ya want em. Does the RR get some of the royalties when this goes on to be a classic?
Djc does d&b.... Got to love the railway co, i guess it was hard lines, still - its a great track :). Nice drums from a new machine I guess, and bass just groovin along there, sublime vocals. Phil
Love being the first to comment. Ha, got here first!! Glad I did as I was just about to shut this box down and then you bring up this tasty little smokey number. Love those long bass strides with the drum hits. Ya just nailed a very unique track and the way you deliver the vocal is just taking this over the top for me. Wonderful, like over pouring my drink. Thank you very much. Pour another for my friend here.. Hay, where'd that train come from?!
Working out of my home studio here in Tulsa, with help from family and friends both local and world-wide; check song descriptions for details on who's jumping in...
I'm David Joel Carter, and I'm happy to share some of my songs along with a couple of tunes by others I had a hand in. Check credits closely on each song, the line up changes often depending on who's available, and you might even bump into President Lincoln there.