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Dust Becomes Ya
Very cool sound on this tune! And yes! We're all gonna die, no one gets out alive. Damn!!! Enjoyed :-))
Thanks Bob! Randy gets a lot of credit for this; his beats brought it all about. Yvonne does too; she inspires me in so many ways, there's a "sensual" side to getting older :)
I see I voted for this song way back when, but didn't leave a comment... so can't vote again but will say it's a cool track.. love the guitar work and original vocals well done
Digging the Tom Waits tom tom vibe.
Your vocal style is so unique Dave and after hearing many of your tracks since I joined this site a few years ago I have actually grown to love your music as it is so entertaining. I also like the way you use seductive lyrics to get the ladies. You are really talking dirty in this track which reminds me of an earlier track of yours I remember called Europa but what you do is really cool. Great track. PJ
Loving those lines Dave :) The Company is defiantly in form on this one!!! Love the track my friend!
Big beats Dave and I love the organ/keyboard sounds!! Kinda reminds me of the "Animals" work, who I love BTW. Their keyboard player (Alan Price) was, I believe from the NEUK!! You guys never fail to impress me!! Top job Randy & Dave!!
Like the drums gets off to a good start and carries on throughout vocals work with the busy guitar in the back ground. gets a vote. "Stevie C "
Tribal rhythms...toms convey that well so good on Randy for having a bit of fun and seeing where it leads...liked that lyrical exploration of aging...dust becomes us all....not really getting that vocal engagement as in Belly Hill...not sure that is possible in this one but that was a production marker for your vocal, I think...still lots of options /directions ahead of you in here...see who the company is... :)
good title. has a bit of a doors feel with that rhythm. would be interesting to hear the backing louder in the mix.
liked the lyrics an feel of it. a little psychedelic . cool track. i must of liked as i played it twice ,
'Our bones are stones wrapped in skins
Our lungs are tanned by smoke'
So bloody true!!!
This is not too dusty Davey....great beat and almost tribal percs....I like your whispery, almost sultry vocal here. Fun lyric too!
Ah, she's got a great sense of humor, and she still sparks all my appetites :) Glad you folks are enjoying this jam, I still am......
Bet that was a fun jam David and good job your Yvonne has a good sense of humour after listening to these great lyrics or you could be a very hungry man!! Enjoyed this....L&B
There's always something about your songs that grab me, beats and bass line on Dust anchor it and let the guitar and vocal improvise... as I hear it. Anyway, enjoyed and rated. Gibbo
Hey David, just wanted to say thanks a lot for your comments on my track, much appreciated. Had a lot of fun putting it together and it kinda took on a life of its own. Anyways, many thanks and all the best!
Ah, thanks Ray. I'm still finding crap to ponder in these lines, and I wrote 'em. It was a fun jam, a huge thank you to Randy for the extra drum tracks that helped shape this into a song
sounds like a fun jam session, David. I like the lyrics … we all become dust in the end.
Funky little ..er...dirty number...Love that squealy guitar...kicks the dust up nicely. k
Sounded like the Doors at first and that can't be bad. Dust and spit in the vox. Cool track DJC
Being a manager of a thrift shop, I can relate to this! hehe... fun tune, enjoyed! :)
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 :)