songwriter-guitarist-singer from Malaysia
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Raggy - Maybe Some Day - Album Preview
So, I'm here to learn what Raggy's music is all about...no better place to start than a collection of portions of tracks assembled for an album. Liked the vocal timbre in the ballads...then those guttural blues...deep and throaty...loads of guitar work to admire and arrangements/production so crisp and full. Lots to bring me back...glad you surfaced on mp3u again...new audience to entertain :)
Hey Raggy, thanks for stopping by so I could come over and listen to your music. I win. Wonderul music you create my friend.
Raggy, you are a talented individual. So many genre on one album. But if you can do that - then why not?! I'd give you a rate if I could!
And lo! I cannot rate, for it is not rateable, oh dear.
Really varied clips here. I don't know if it's a low mp3 bitrate, but the quality isn't as good as it could be, but I do reckon it's the bit rate. The vocal is really tidy on the clips. Well mixed. Everything sits well. Amazing range of sounds/styles. Not exactly the kinda thing I'd rush out and buy, but credit where credit's due, Raggy, outstanding range of work. Have a rate.
Congrats on the album. Art looks great and the music is so personal and yet reaches everyone. I love the blues!
Medley ideas are a really good idea for album previewing! Nice job Raggy! Quality songs there mate!
you should make a wee vid for this like one of those infomercials,"the raggy collection":)some tasty tit bits of your music,
Raggytastic! As Usual; brilliant idea and beautifully executed. Just like the music - very very impressive - jon
Good idea, you have some really great sounding tracks there, some I've already heard others I haven't, this makes a good showcase for the album.
Raggy...this is a fantastic achievement m8....brilliant. The tracks do u a lot of well earned justice m8..
For me......track 5 sounds absolutely stunning....ur voice is superb. As is the track at around 4;50...another nice feel to it.
Well done ti ya m8.
It's a good preview dude. If you get the chance you ought to name the tracks in the artist comments so if anyone wants to hear the full version they can go straight to it dude.
Nice idea and the listener certainly can capture the versatility of your work.Album is on the way my friend but we have had a bloody postal strike here for days now so watch this space.
Can't wait to get yours though.
OK..I've reduced the length of the track by 2 minutes! From 8:50 to 6:50....see how this goes...
Hi Raggy.This is neat.I been away for so long,I'd forgotton about I Was Made For The Blues.I really like that one.
OK Dave, I'll try to make the samples shorter....working on it now....
Hi Raggy, nice mix of styles and sounds - I would suggest the first sample either me a tad shorter or you should have it as you out-tro to give the name of the album. Just my thought on the first listening, sounds great though! Actually, just listening through again, for an album preview it showcases prety much everything you are about, if it was me I would make the individual samples shorter so that it is punchier to give the listner a much quicker overview of what you are about - it is 15 songs afterall!!
Great idea though, you'll probably see a lot more posts like this one now;-)
Sounds like you have a cool selection there, to suit a variety of moods. I enjoyed listening to the preview. Good stuff.
My Album- Maybe Some Day - is now for sale! Check it out in the Store. Living in a part of the world where expressivity in music is confined to limited categories, and most musicians just playing cover versions, I have a burning desire to break out and do something that says I can be me.
I love all sorts of music, and my songs represent whatever I feel best expresses a particular idea. Call me crazy, but I'll do anything from Country to the Blues.....the only limitations are my own limitations as a musician, but as I keep improving... :)
First time i've ever heard Raggy and I'm impressed. This track follows an interesting linear journey that varies from a lush pentatonic bed to and fro with an eastern minor feel mixed with some jazz for good measure. All of this coupled with an airy synth for backing and some cool south east asian drums make this is very unusual mix that works nicely. Reading the comm