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Hi my name is Darius Coleman and I wanted to take an opportunity to introduce myself and encourage you to take a listen to my music on my page. I would appreciate if you left a comment!! Thanx
Diggin' this tune man !! Great stuff ....
Thoroughly enjoyed this masterful composition. A brilliant 'Journey'.
on the eve of some great event...cheers... Paul Human and the Zedonks.
Really good track this!...production is crystal clear, can single out every little intricate detail. Does as the title says, it takes you thru a Journey!
Love it man!!! Just a great piece. -rl
What vision u have Tony. This is amazing. 100% unique. Fantastic!!!
wow.....really a great track!!!
Great track, very well put together. Rated.
That was simply lovely:) enjoyed it immensely, Tony - well done as always:)
yeah this is stunning body of work! best number 1 ive heard on here.
So good to hear something so different. Great vocals and clever use of instrumentation. Amazing track and had to hear it again as soon as it finished. Rated.
Well well!....what a beautiful sound this is. Soooooooooo refreshing for me to hear such a clever and subtle piece. Love this!
Fifty or so tracks, goodness! They all blend so smoothly one could never tell. (other than your computer maybe, lol) It's been a long time since I have heard any of your music. You just hit "refresh" on my ears! Wow, a very fine track indeed! Kudos!! ;)
I like the harmonic vocals starting the song. Then we get some metals with a guitar and a nice pumping Bass Drum. Niiiice. Oooo and a cool synth sound, too. The filter is adjusted perfectly on that. Sounds really cool! Then the sax you talked about comes in. Sounds good. Then a piano with a silent pluck in the background and some snare work with some crashes and then it transforms into a clickitty click rhythm and some great snare fills. This... iss... soooo... COOL! That piano sounds very clear and precise and I can hear some yelling in the background too? yeah? Then some wooleye swells with the synth. Awesome stuff.
It doesn't even sound cluttered at all either... You mixed it all in very good. Superbly, actually. I like the strings. Lots of different types of strings, too! Then some more sax. I really like the crazy sounding pounces on the piano. Sounds very psychodelic and very elemental. Lots of atmosphere's mixing with each other but not crashing or clashing at all. Very awesome. Then it ends.
This is a CRAZY song, man!!! I loved it! Production wise, it's very bright and clear. Another style of production here that I almost never see is that it also sounds very dynamic. Not dynamic as in really full... but it has a lot of different techniques of sound in it. Like with the crashing of the piano... It's crashing and it sounds very messed up but it matches the song perfectly. But it needs that certain "sound" to make it that way. I hope you understand what I mean. But anyways. You pull this off really nicely. The arrangement is very original. It's not your average buildup of a song. The elements come in randomly and unexpected. But not out of place at all. It's an ensemble of beautiful art. Wonderful. Rated for sure. Have a great day!
my oh my!
Can I sing something? Love this my friend!
Howsie, you never disappoint. This reminds me of a David Bowie song slowed down but it is all you. YOu are one amazing musician my friend. Just amazing as always! I am so glad Craig "pointed" me your way a while back. mashin the buttons and song is not yet finished.
try to do my best :o)
Review time again. The artist this time is Howsie, who never fails to surprise me by taking a turn in a different direction with his compositions. I’m still waiting for him to finish his superb “Fusion Experiment 1”. This go around, he asked me to take a listen to his composition, “The Climb”.
Howsie is a new MP3 Unsigned name for me, but not for members of that site's forums who know him for the chatterbox he is. By the looks of his collaborators, and the list of influences (Pat Metheny, Weather Report, Jeff Beck) Howsie is going to be well up my musical street. Certainly both Beck and Weather Report had a hefty contribution to raising my own musical sights. &nbs
Well, second time lucky I hope! Right from the outset this track transports you off to the location in question, with the swirling violins and ambient effects literally engulfing you in fog as the journey begins.
The structure of the piece is dictated by the swelling texture and dynamic content and is appropriate to the style of music. The texture is particularly effective - starting off spa
Lazy Daze are a duo that got together quite by chance after meeting up in a second hand record store in 2003. Both artists have a wealth of experience behind them on the music & club scene. Each one has the expertise & versatility of being able to play a wide variety of instruments, from keyboards, synths & guitars to tam-tams, doum doums & a the full range of percussive instruments. The tracks