You don't look at the mantlepiece when you're poking the fire
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I liked the approach to this political piece...the musical elements are a captivating collection...yeah...a nice retro veneer to this sound ... the piano dominant, but you spin it it off to horns and strings as well...liked the cymbals, kick and bass...but your vocal commands attention..well done! ...a most excellent musical muse here!
Odd count in..."back a bit-right" ha. Ohhhh getting a defo Bowie influence here...that sax was cool...I wanted more of that. It has that off the wall creeped out style that Bowie was so good at too. Nice tone to that bass too. spooky. I really enjoyed listening to this Outstanding piece. k
The mixing/production on this track is excellent. So much space and everything perfectly placed. Love the avant garde feel and the experimental path you've gone down with this one. Great job; well done.
That vocal's spooky...but then Bowie's was on more than one occasion. Only making out snippets of the lyrics, but I like the way you're delivering them. Enjoyin' all these performances, everything's blending well. Cool tune! Rated!
Comments really great, thank you. Comparing anything of mine to genuine David Bowie is cheeky in the extreme - it's like comparing a school recorder session to Beethoven, hehe. Still it's appreciated
Yeah, I think you've pulled it off, I was getting a "Five Years" feel from the drum pattern, great sax, cool keys, vocal more Bowie-esque in the lower register, all good. Easy vote. Gibbo
love the arrangement and especially the horns...i definitely hear a bowie influence in there
I can now reveal, officially to both my fans (Hi Bob, Hi Sandy) that The Delivery System is very busy right now.Very busy indeed.
The latest album 'Hey Look it's a Mole' is well in production, and I'm therefore slowly filtering some of the tracks up onto the site so as not to clog up the new releases section with my own crap.As I have ceased all interaction upon the community forums, little is happening by way of the usual tit-for-tat promotions (I comment/you comment in return blah blah), so I'm relying purely on word of mouth.. this has mixed results in the form of a few anonymous downloads, but few comments. This is wonderful news! it means I can crack on with doing things my way, free from critics..... others actually listening to your work is heavily overrated in my opinion.
The Delivery System is not dead in reality, the former state of deadness was in fact a clever ruse for work avoidance purposes.Toward this end, the new album 'No Purchase Necessary' is at the mastering stage. In the unlikely event of any persons wanting a copy, feel free to contact me, and I'll give the matter serious consideration.
The Delivery System is dead until further notice.
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
I like to check out an artists Description of a track, I dont know why, but I think on a musicians site it pays
So Tedd-Z suggested that I do a review of this track, so here goes!When I saw that it was over nine minutes long, I admit to having let out a groan almost as long as the song. Generally speaking, 5 minutes is my limit for songs but I listened to it all through five times. After those listens however, I still feel that this track is way too long and that seriously detracts from it's com
I try real hard to stick to the list system because I believe it is the fairest way to do this whole reviewing malarky. Unfortunately, it does mean that a lot of my own personal favourite artists never get a look in, usually because they know that I am crazed with review requests and they feel others need the exposure more. Welp, I disagree, and whenever one of my own favourites releas
From the channel switching opening to the cut up wavelength searching beats you know that a bout of Delivery System magic is about to descend from that pallette of abstractly left field viewpoints.The only thing you can rely upon when you open up a TDS song is that it will not be predictable or safe.The smooth electronica beat that takes you through the opening is just there to lull you into a tot
In 1981 Roger Sperry received a half share in that year’s Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine:
"for his discoveries concerning the functional specialization of the cerebral hemispheres"
“For what!” I hear you say. In short Roger Sperry and his team had discovered that we don’t actually have one brain, we have two. Not only that but they did quite different things.
Already the subject of one review this month, August is shaping up to be Delivery System month. Not that I mind overly much because TDS has long been a particular favourite of mine ever since I first met Ffabbia (aka TDS) on a site far away and long ago. I still have a great many of his tracks from that time but I have to say over the past two years or so, this artist has improve
Some wisecracking genius accused me recently of 'making music that
comes from pluto' - but whether it was the dog Pluto or the planet
Pluto was never made clear. I wish it to be known that I do not make
music from Pluto or anywhere else, but The Delivery System will might -
and it wouldn't be a planet in this solar system though, or probably
not even in this galaxy. Ffabbia (aka T
This is one of my favourite Serenity tracks … so what has become of it once it’s been through the Ffabbia Filter ?
I love the reggae feel that Ffabbia’s given to the track, but there’s loads of other stuff going on as well. I particularly like the strings and the guitar during the verses, the bass playing is inventive and well played. The FX works well too and the percussion i
For those of you who don't know me I'm half of Serenity here at Mp3unsigned.com an aspiring singer/song writer. I'm not a producer and don't intend to take the song apart but give my views as a listener.
A review of - ARK-artist-The Delivery System
I'm reviewing the wondefully bizarre artist known as The Delivery System, and one of my personal favorite tracks by The Delivery System as well. I am not a professional reviewer by any means, and one could easily find a more intelligent read among the reviews. I shall give my assessment of the track none-the-less.
First off, I'll explain b
‘Let There Be Salt’ – a few wordies from Spyda
First reaction – “Oh my God!” I couldn’t believe my ears! A jazz based vocal track from yet another ‘old acquaintance’. Can this possibly be produced by the same person regarded previously by some as “outrageously wild”, “manic”, “occasionally neurotic”, “bordering on paranoid”, “really way out there” & “so very talented” – ye
Imagine my suprise when I saw Gary in a tux as he crooned into the mic to the almost transparently grey slow moving dancers looked blankly at the surroundings that did nothing...
His words bled in tear stained colours but the dancers were blind to everything but their own disintigrated feelings
The artist Ffabbia states that his music is "quirky as hell"; and it is. As well as "dark and moody". Yeah, it's that too. The tune in question, "Never Leave the Bathing Hut", has an 80's feel to it. The drum machine groove is kept afloat by the bass played in real time that has a nice, funky feel that intertwines the music beautifully. Ffabbia's lyrics are sung with a HIGHLY affected deliver