the "and Company" makes all the difference
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Rose (a lullaby)
Cool collab guys. Nice harmony vox in the background. Dreamy feel. Rated
Thanks everyone :) Especially Keith and Darren for getting in on this with Yvonne and I, great work guys. Someone asked what the title means...I haven't a clue!
truly good song i enjoyed it i like the contrast between the vocals sounds good you got my vote
a fine arrangement of Rose here, David and, because we have the original, the comparisons are readily observable. Fine supporting cast indeed. I wasn't sure of Yvonne's part in the original, but it fits the arrangement here very well indeed..a stream of consciousness sort of thing. Kudos to one and all for taking this to another level :)
I was not expecting this. Ya this works guys. Everyone involved Great Job! Love the lyric Dave.. very personal
super song david fantastic mix ,love the voices ,and i can hear that chunking guitar going from one speaker to the other,love it going to give it another play .superb song and fantastic keyboards as well
Oh Rose...you do fully bloom with the scent of delicate-distinction. A great job Darren did on mastering this...that was no easy task either....hope he escapes out of his darkened room soon (and straight jacket :-) Its taken on quite a dream-like state...vocals stand out, as they should now. A pleasure to add a little nightmare :-) k
This flower is definitely blooming David, I love the bass and guitars, sounding great and a very cool moody piece of music.
Great production Darren and your keys are ace.
Lovely feel to this track, David. So atmospheric with a great lyrical message. Excellent production technique from Darren; Yvonne's vocal narrative adds a certain tension that fits so well too. The new drum track sits so much better. Great work everyone.
I loved the original David, so it was a pleasure to help you re-boot it., along with Keith.
I'm glad the new drums worked out ok In the end..and the mix!
You should do some more like this, with Yvonne. :-)
Love those funky guitar lines :) bass ain't half bad either :) Nice chilled keys too. I hear you brought the drums in from next doors garden ;) They sound much better now. Still struggle with Yvonne parts, Your vocal sounds as good as ever :) I did have to turn it up more than normal tho. Cool collab guys :) Peace,Ricky
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 :)
Next random victim is.....DJC and Company!
Alright, we all know DJC around these parts. Good ol' Tulsa boy throwing down licks and vocal sticks with a passion few can match, impervious to pointless criticism, always willing to try anything and learn/ improve his game.Of the many tracks he has, two standing out the most are "Up" and (our subject track) "Red Wine In The Morning". Now, I have no rea
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