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nice sounds around the vocals and backgrounds. solid tune, rated. respect.
LUURVE with a capital 'L' great vibe dude!
Cool tune, great vocals and some really catchy lyric, yeah, I can find a use for this bit! Superb job, fellas, this one's a keeper.
yeah it's a real fab tune this, like the vocs, and the sort of spare backing works well.. Bit of a suprise actually, was expecting some guitar based song, but we dont mind being suprised when it's a nice one, and this is a nice one.. enjoyed it!
Cool tune dude, some makin love music! lol.Love the beat in this,a solid r&b jam, Niceone
Cool song bud. Music is modern and sexy, seductive. Vocals are fitting and suit the mood of the music... theres enough variation and ideas to keep things cool and ticking over...
Thanks for sharing
schweet sexy and somewhat explicit;) one word - Niiiice:)thumbs up.
when i came here i didnt no what to expect.. glad i came here bro... your such a talent.. im nicking a download of this so i can use it later with my lady :O) .. this is great, love the rappin/ nice sexy track .. a modern day marvin gaye vibe. yeah i like it so much lyrics are great. arrangement good production 100% imho .. rated!
best luck with it.
Very good production. Sounds like I just switched on JLB lol... Nice work, I like the drums. Great vocals also. Very nice production indeed. Rated.
Great feedback all. I've been sitting on this for awhile so I think I've gotten used to some of the little mistakes in it. I'm glad to have some fresh ear feedback. Thanks! I'll keep working on it.
Steamy...vox are smooth and sexy...naughty is not the word I'd use except in the fact that you were naughty not to put a parental advisory on it...but the word "backside" really doesn't work for me...it's not sexy, it's flat...clinical if u know what mean but on the whole quite enjoyable yeahhhh
Well performed, but can't stand those drums and like Kevin mentioned, the lyrics don't quite gel right yet. All seems a lil bit awkward/uncomfortable.
Great vocals in both the singing parts and the talking, some nice little keyboard touches too, catchy vocal line, downloaded...it's a keeper for sure :)
Saucy lol. Love the song, the vocals, the sexy feel. Oh dear I need to lay down for a bit lol. Rated :)
Another fine tune you have created here! Sexy and sensual! Easy kudos to you! Keep writing the hits! ;)
:) Carol Sue
Well played and performed......It's worth mastering....has a nice feel......can imagine a UK band doing this.....madchestery type....lyrics could do with flowing better in places but a fine listen. Kevin Mooney
2012 RAMI Album of the Year (Whiskey Train "For Pete's Sake")
2011 RAMI Best New Act (Whiskey Train)
Played live at the Whiskey A Go Go in Los Angeles. Songs have been licensed by MTV for television use. Featured on the Wii games Urban Extreme, Glacier 3, and Flatout. Thanks Redshirt! Opened for Bernard Fowler of the Rolling Stones. Opened for Grammy Nominated Matthew Santos. Friend my new band Whiskey Train on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Whiskey-Train/157926874248806
I once heard that the worst thing you can tell and A&R rep is that you are the "V Word" or in other words Versatile. They claimed you should find your niche and stick with it. Unfortunately, I fall into that category because I write and sing on many different styles of songs. I can't help it. Maybe that means I don't have a shot. What's the difference really? Music to me is about expressing what's inside your soul regardless of genre in hopes that you connect with the listener. So on that note, I sing and write Rock, RnB, Rap, Acoustic, and whatever songs I feel in my soul. I hate it when I hear musicians say, "This is all I'm good at" or "This is all I know how to do". I never agree because you could easily flip burgers if you choose to. It's just the cool thing to say to make people think you are so dedicated to your craft. But maybe I'm just envious because I wish this is all I could do. So anyhow, take a listen and hopefully you connect with something that I connect with. Thanks for stopping by and the following is a brief history of a no-name in Rockford telling my stories:...
Larry Lane has just signed a licensing agreement with MTV for their upcoming 2007 season. We don't know what songs/shows yet but will keep you posted.
Larry Lane has been nominated as 2006 Best Rock/Blues Band for the 2nd year in a row. Thanks for everyone's support!
Larry Lane will be playing Unplugged with Steve Lindsay and Benney during the State's Largest Music Festival on 4 tons of sand dumped onto the downtown streets of Rockford at 2:00 P.M. Saturday 9/2/06. Put your flip-flops on and grab a Corona. See you there!
LARRY LANE and their funk infused rock/pop endeavor has landed them a BEST NEW ROCK RAMI NOMINATION for 2005. Vote for them at www.ramiawards.com
Larry Lane is a name I'd seen crop up a few times in the Official Chart, but up until this review, much to my shame, I hadn't checked them out.
In fact, such was my ignorance, I never realised Larry Lane were a band named after a neighbourhood rat. Truth be told, I thought it was, well, a bloke called Larry.
Anyway, the band don't waste any time trying to hide their influences. Two li
You can see the infl;uences of this track shine right through from the neggining, which is no bad thing. The tracks has a lush feel to it with a nice melody which holds you interest and got my feet a'tappin#:)The vocals are well delivered with a distinct sound that weave well with the music. The recording quality is a great and it comes across as a commercial track which you could well see being p
So Many Things - Larry Lane reviewed by DJ DAH
Where do I start? Toward the end of the track I was starting to move my body this track oozes style and I can imagine this playing in a bar or something of that nature, where everybody starts tapping their feet and all the girls shaking Ass. Me being a trancy-dancy dude I actually like this track. I can tell it is soulfull. definatley a thu
firstly the lyrics are hysterical and are well worth the listen in itself. particualarly i found the little panned left comments that come in and out which have the feel that its an audience member reacting to this white guy talking crazy talk. i laughed and smiled throughout the tune.
im not a huge fan of the melody. but im a huge fan of the structure. the musicmanship is second to n
Third time around for MP3 Unsigned's Larry Lane, and I think he hopes he will fare better this time. Well, I hope so too. This is not to say that the two tracks I have reviewed of his aren't any good - just maybe not my style. I must say though that Broke and Lonely (December 2006) was much more my kind of stuff, it being pretty much a standard blues track and I do have a very so
Let me just say again that Mp3 is full of interesting and very capable artists, and the Reviews that I am doing is just my perspective.
There is alot of genres that i know little about, and would never presume to be an authority on. So this is just how I see them
So first off with this review, Larry Lane has listed himself as a band but it would seem reading that the band is Steve Lindsay, wh
Although I didn't quite get on with Larry Lane's last track Amnesia (November 2006) there was more than enough going with the track to want me to delve further into this MP3 Unsigned rock artist. Where it scored with me was in production values and performance capabilities because - if I were honest - the song didn't really do a lot for me. Still that's often the way with rock music, s
Larry Lane, although sounding like a character tailor made for Superman, is in fact a band who make - and I quote - 'naughty pimp rock to shake that ass' Yeah, oooerr missis indeed. Still anything that features the word rock is usually fine by me, there isn't much in the genre that really gets on me tits. I'm not sure though that band fits Larry Lane because the bio on the pages talks
Musical/track structure The structure of this track is standard industry structure, bar the ending where there is a play on the opening of the track; this is useful for a “mid-album” style track. The structure of this track has little diversity off normal style pop/indie/commercial rock. I don’t find structure being a strong point of this track, but without its due course the track wouldn’t be abl
Larry Lane – Amnesia
O.k, so I am rather blown away by this track – It is superb!! I can’t find one fault!!
I don’t really know a lot about Larry Lane, but I have a feeling I will do from now on. This track makes me want to be at Glastonbury, rolling around in the grass, taking in the sunshine and Pear Cider…and wailing along to “Amnesia”. I really could see your sound attracting
First go at a review for a while, but here goes, good luck to us all :o)
Larry Lane? Who is this mysterious figure? Is he a soul singer, a pop singer, a rock singer! Well none and all, as 'he' is actually the neighbourhood rat! Now the background of this group, I know not much of, I know Steve is the vocalist (well I think he is, but from now on he IS Steve ;o)), and as fo
First thing i'm wondering is what's 'naughty pimp rock'? Lets find out...
Doesn't take long to realise - pimping bass, naughty rythmn, beats and rocking lead riffs! Not to mention the combination of all three in the vocals.
Larry Lane - FALL BACK
Well, well, another cellar-dweller, although this band produces far sunnier work than I could ever do, locked away in isolation without any natural light to speak of. But don't, for one second, feel sorry for me. On with the review.
Funk, rock and even elements of soul collide here to produce a fully cohesive song, presented in a clean style that rocks along just nicely.
The opening sequence has a terrific guitar riff which teases the listener with a smattering of drum rolls and then a high hat is introduced that slips us into the great 'dance beat'. The vocals come into the frame at this point and.....WOW! what a professional sound ths talented group have and they must sound awesome 'live'.
The second phase settles us down into a cool continuous beat and the fee