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Nice grunge feel, superb production. Easy rate, Gibbo
Great song and great arrangement, Jon
A good track I like it a very good production and the drums are interesting.
Yes, this track is very cool. Kudos. Thumbs.
There's nothing not to like about this tune. A little Nirvana thrown in there on delivery. A very good thing. Production is 1st class.
Been a while, another collection in the works? bass and guitar create that dark slinky vibe that crawls along the bottom..but the drums insist on hammering this one out...bold, assertive, yet gentle at times when Beach Comber Lane comes along...playful guitar use...from the dialing of knobs to the crunchy muted strums and leads...wouldn't mind the lyrics Jon, to more fully embrace what your vocals render so well melodically and woefully (liked the harmonies off to the sides...nice support). Good to hear from your creative mind again :) T
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"stonedog" is a project of Jon Davies a songwriter from the UK now living in Alkmaar in the Netherlands.
New album "Cautionary Tales" available here...
Also check out the Hare of the Dog collaboration with Rabbit Pudding
All tracks written by and copyright of J. Davies except where otherwise stated
Guitars/Bass/Vocals by J. Davies.
This was produced using Ableton live, and drum loops by permission from Drums on Demand.
OK, so I have finally got around to sorting out a facebook page for the stonedog project.
This will be used to regularly update people about any new song or album releases, related projects and perhaps even some live gigs in the future...
The Umbilical Cord by Stonedog
Some things you may not have known about umbilical cords:
ü They are composed of Wharton’s jelly and not ordinary skin or tissue
ü They do not contain any nerve cells and so are painless to cut
ü They contain one vein and two arteries
A totally new name to me now from MP3 Unsigned. Stonedog is the bandname of Jon Davies a singer/songwriter (and I presume acoustic guitarist) and also features Adam Gee on bass and Steve Piggott on drums so now you know as much as I do about them eh? Although they bill themselves as rock, Time and Tide doesn't strike you as being particularly rock, it being a very laid back
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.
I just descovered Stonedog ( Jon Davis) recently and I must admit I havent heard a bad tun