the "and Company" makes all the difference
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Too Much Trouble
Getting an Iggy Pop vibe on this DJC. Sounds like you had a ball doing this one
Making music fun~ you rocked this!
Great rocker this one, David. Cool guitar stuff and gotta love those drums. I'm the same as you and don't take politicians too seriously and politics as a rule is "Too Much Trouble"
Dam Nice one Dave. I don't remember this one... Love it... Heavy on the plugged in Neil Young side of Rock n Roll. Oh ya! :)
nice rock tune got the 70s drum feel like it ........tonyc
T-Rex hates push ups :) Got some grit to this dude, vocals as good as always :) you come quite some distance since this but vocals have always been strong. guitar sounds really good too. Nice work, Peace,Ricky
love the 60's/70's Feel of this, take me back to early rock, great job.
I liked the dino's...Trex was me favourite! ...can't say the same for politicians tho :)
Politics? This tune's about the dinosaurs we become talking that crap. We don't take it seriously in this house ;)
Whoa!...this is real heavy. Love that proud in-ya-face , nasty guitar...does a power of good. Blimey...what a rocker! A few Mesozoic beers cleared the air methinkeith :-) k
I guess you didn't want trump in government then? Hopefully he'll do ok for you. :-) You'll have to write one about trump :-)
Thanks Darren! Yvonne and I had been butting heads over the election that year (she's Republican, I'm Democrat) this tune was my way of having some fun with it. She's a good sport :)
Hey David, this is great! You playing everything. I love that heavy guitar, love the guitar riff. Your vocal style always sounds cool..and you always sound like you're hving a great laugh recording it. :-)
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