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@Binladeda - Lovely to hear from you, thanks for giving me the opportunity...

« Last post by ScottLevi on Yesterday at 02:09:25 PM »
Quick question if you have time....    I'm considering switching the second and third verses.  The verse that currently sits at "second" seems to have a better sense of finality than the last verse.  What do you guys think? 

Hey Verlon,

Just stopping by to say I like them the way they are personally. Third verse offers greater reflection, which makes more sense to finalize for me. And in the end it does seem to me a strong theme of reflection, and facing up to difficult questions
Feedback on Finished songs / Re: Jody Wilson-Raybould Rhapsody
« Last post by tboswell on Yesterday at 12:32:58 PM »
You had me at "Ahhhhhh SPEAK OUT!!" and it kept me thereafter.

Love the little quotes of songs and breaks for new. Not sure it is a song but it is thoroughly entertaining! I take forever over recording songs but I never go to this level of detail and variety. Great playing and singing throughout!
Feedback on Finished songs / Re: Stay strong, find a way to give
« Last post by tboswell on Yesterday at 12:25:04 PM »
Yeah, getting that restless late 70s bowie feel about the sound. Lovely blistering processing on that synth/guitar thing.
Great sound crafting and cool listen!
Feedback on Finished songs / Re: Yamanote Sen (Spring Quest entry)
« Last post by adamfarr on Yesterday at 08:47:06 AM »
Wowser, if anyone calls me quirky ever again, I'll know where to send them!

I really like Japanese sonically - I'm a big fan of Hizaki and Versailles - there's something particularly satisfying  about the "U" sound which feels very unique (ΓΌ-nique).

The verses gave me a real "Eskimo... Arapaho..." feeling which is such an unexpected East-West fusion (also shades of the footie results reader with the inflections). The choruses sounded more Japanese somehow - but still your voice, so also somehow homely.

By the way, this isn't last minute. Last minute is Tuesday when I will probably be begging to be let in with my half mixed half considered piece of twaddle.
Feedback on Finished songs / Re: Yamanote Sen (Spring Quest entry)
« Last post by PaulAds on Yesterday at 08:15:26 AM »
Excellent stuff!

Verses are amazingly good in particular.

Brilliant concept for the "exotic" theme and my immediate thought was that this will be very hard to beat.

I've never had any fancy for going to Japan, really...perhaps it's because they're supposedly very fond of hard work and doing things properly :)

A great track!
Feedback on Finished songs / Re: Yamanote Sen (Spring Quest entry)
« Last post by shadowfax on Yesterday at 06:51:16 AM »
Yoku dekimashita.
Open Mic! / Re: Live at Jaz Bar, Hull 14/04/19
« Last post by RealKevM on Yesterday at 06:28:27 AM »
Cheers @diademgrove really kind of you to watch the whole thing. It does sound a bit tinny to me too, I forgot to check the bass/treble and middle! I've found capo on 5 best suits my voice (generally) but i'll have a play about. Thanks for the feedback mate.
« Last post by hardtwistmusic on Yesterday at 05:03:31 AM »
What smacks me in the face here is the prosody in the verse and in the chorus is the same, I would change this.

Here is what's fascinating.  The music (both instrumental and vocal melody) are too similar in the song.  But that's not the fascinating part.  The fascinating part is that (assuming that's what you meant by "prosody") is that you could HEAR THAT JUST BY READING THE LYRIC???? 

Wow...  That is cool beyond cool.  THAT is an impressive talent.  Of course, you might have meant something else by the term "prosody" but even so, still pretty impressive. 

After posting this, I read it, and realized it might be taken as sarcastic.  It is not sarcastic.  I'm genuinely and seriously impressed by your insight.
Feedback on Finished songs / Re: March SOTM contenders.
« Last post by crystalsuzy on Yesterday at 04:39:49 AM »
Just a bump to remind those who haven't voted yet, to VOTE! ;D ;D
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