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Pass it On
a sweet sound a real groovy song i really got into this i love it the wah wah on the guitar you don't hear them much now days they sound ace a great track we love it
Nice sound. Very captivating. Good arrangement.
I enjoyed much.
Thank you for comment on my track M 31
Yes, I really like Pass It On, Straits influence but DJC through and through. Keys at 3.39 are just beautiful, this is a great collab, well done all. Rated earlier in the week, many listens...
"Minimal" describes this tune well, it's a simple bit. Earlier attempts to dress it up went way awry, ha ha! Thanks for your patience with those, Ricky, and your advice and support along the way. Some choice bits were all it needed, and Tristyn and Ant came through with those. The mix is on me, I'll see if I can tidy it up.
This has changed a fair few times over its life time. For the better may I add. I do think the vocal needs lifting up a touch, they're really deep and the frequencies get lost in places. Same with the keys, I'd like to hear each note. Other than that, very tidy work :) its minimal but works this way. Peace,Ricky
Thanks everyone! A big hand to Tristyn-leach, and Anthony Gee!! A real pleasure working with those gentlemen, their performances still blow me away.....
Liked this straight away Dave - very catchy chorus. Improvements? Lead vocal could be just a little more prominent. There's some good bass playing going on too - particularly under the wah wah guitar solo - that also could be made more of a feature. Great stuff. Pass it on.
Whoa! This is a good-un! Sounds like the 3 of ya flexing ya musical muscles here. A real great blend of talents too. Much better than anything Dire Straits did :-) For me...I love the tone of that bass...and the surprise of the 'wah' guitar in the middle....those 'deep' resounding vocals and keys (especially towards the outro) are the sweet-icing on the cake. Lyrics really are some of your best David...An excellent song...it really is...and excellently performed and recorded too...All Bloody Good! k
way to go guys!..collabs bring out great ideas...message is a fine reminder of the kinder gentler way forward in life...liked that Dave!...and Ant in here?...sweet keys Ant!...and Tristyn stepping in to help..fantastic...yeah that wah section was so fun! Kudos to each of you for joining together!
Unsure about the etiquette of commenting as a member of a collaboration but I promise I won't vote ??
Anyway all I wanted to add was what a fantastic producer DJC is, giving his company bags of encouragement and room to experiment...cheers David
Trystn made my job easy with his amazing solid rhythm section all I had to do was bash out a few chords and let David sort out the production....easy
Anyway if you haven't already done so get yourself a DJC membership it's great fun
great collab, and such a wonderful soulful vibe, love the laidback vocal, and that funky stuff was a suprise. cool tune.
Seems like you had some fun here. Very cool and relaxed, but that neat change at 2:10 with the wah keeps things fresh. Interesting play between the keyboard and wah at the end too. Hopefully we will hear a few more from this particular collection? Nicely done sirs :)
Great collab all!!
I was hooked the second the Bass started, and you know how I love wah wah, piano hits the spot.
great song David
This is a cool,understated little number. Very cool laidback vocal. Luv the little organ riff...nice chords. Nice instrumentation all round. Ant's piano solo works well. (bit over-quantized though - only kidding Ant) Nice work guys :)
Nice song David, Anthony and Tristyn, I love the kind of subtle power here, the words, say more than words (?) and that's the essence of pure, great songwriting. I love the Wah-Wah lead at 2:10, and the nice piano, augmenting an already impressive song, rated!
A really good song and collaboration from everyone on it. Like the funky wah guitar.piano/ keys are great good bass and drums and cool vocals.
Love this, David. so cool and laid back with great lyrics and a Dire Straits kinda feel. My kinda song in fact; great job, well done.
What a great song mr. carter. This is really really good and cheers to all involved. I have substantial hearing loss and a lot at the low end, so my standard "id like the vox to be up a bit more" is SOP for me. This is just terrific though and agree with Eric, one of your best. COuld of been the theme song for movie of same name...
Dave. It's GREAT as it is. A killer track my friends.
Pleased as you should be. Dave your vocals sound fantastic on this. One of your best buddy! Everything is clear as a bell. I like that piano big time...Adds a sense of longing to the track. If I may add one idea.. take or leave it of course ;) I wonder if adding a subtle bit of reverb on the whole track might raid the bar a little higher? It might give everything a little space in the mix without taking anything away from what you already have. I was thinking it might add to that longing feeling I spoke of earlier? Just typing out loud ;) great job guys! :)
The "and Company" indeed makes all the difference! I'm David Joel Carter, a songwriter from Tulsa, Oklahoma, pleased to meet ya! There's a solo piece or two of mine in here, but these are mostly collaborations with family and friends, local and around the world over the net. The "band" changes with almost every song, there's quite a bit of variety here, and some really amazing talent.
Jan. 4, 2016 - Major housecleaning going on; if there's a tune you recall but don't see anymore, and would like a copy, drop me a note, I've probably got it somewhere :)
Firstly let me state that this review is purely my opinion, which is subjective. I do not set out to ridicule or demean anyone, but intend to give a fair unbiased view. This will hopefully give the artist some food for thought for future recordings.
So on to the Track
The first thing I noticed while reading the description is there must be few versions of this track on the go, the reason I feel