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Not everyone listens. I listen.
A tune about don't sweat the small stuff and treat the big stuff as small stuff.
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Torn

so i saw it in your eyes
a face that's losing it's grip
and you start to wonder when your heart rolls like thunder
what you thought was yours. gone

ch:
and when you're sorry and sad
i really sympathize
thats when you realize that you are torn

pride comes before a fall
confused on who to call
now you're feeling down 'cause there's no one around
the darkness settles in. goodnight

ch:
and when you're sorry and sad
i really sympathize
thats when you realize that you are torn

with the pressure you're under
don't you stop and wonder
you say where do i go from here? I'm on the other side of the mirror

ch:
and when you're sorry and sad
i really sympathize
thats when you realize that you are torn
i really sympathize

burn away all the misery
wash away all the flames
get back on your feet and walk away through the charred remains


ch:
and when you're sorry and sad
i really sympathize
thats when you realize that you are torn
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Comments
bud said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Vic - at first I thought -
"this a lighter tune for Vic". Thern it got deeper and deeper and richer and richer - but not heavier and heavier - which is really artful on your part. You have the best head for verse/chorus/bridge around here. Always interesting changes and always moving the story along. BTW - your vocals on this are really cool - nice an relaxed. Good lyrics too.

PS - I managed to get here first for a change.
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Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Thanks Bud
you probably know i never keep a song light all the way through. I changed out some instruments and the playing on different verses and choruses so there would be a slow build up.

Thanks Bud this is the other faux four tune :-)

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jgurner said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Channeling the Dark Horse
I mean, seriously, do you somehow become possessed by the spirits of dead (and sometimes living) rock stars? It's kind of scary. :)

This is a seriously cool sound, especially the final third of the piece, from the solo section on, it just goes crazy. Excellent lyrics, as usual. I'm just enjoying this one over and over, Vic.
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Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
you are probably right
when i get into recording I do feel like something is pulling me through it. I jump from instruments and tracks and leave a big mess in the room. Any guiding spirit leaves immediately when there's the clean up to do.

Thanks Joseph!

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jiguma said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Bloody marvellous!
You sure picked up some stuff from that Beatles songbook Vic, although I hear Blur and Ray Davies.
Lovely guitar harmony work. and excellent vocals. Fantastic structure and chordal stuff happening. So simple but simultaneously, so complex - excellent tune and lyrically strong.
Neil

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Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
The songbook
easy play of course is what i used to learned to play guitar all those years ago. The chords are the basics. Adding on the harmony and counter stuff is always fun to see how it comes out. A little complex if it was all tabbed. But the challenge is what makes all the more fun!


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dajama said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
As always, it's great to
hear your voice. Another great vocal performance. Reminds of later Dylan. The guitar work here is also great - subtle, sweet playing that allows the vocal to lead, but flavors the whole song. I like the sentiment of the song, and there are some great lyrics - "burn away all the misery, wash away all the flames, get back on your feet and walk away through the charred remains" is an outstanding lyric. Powerful imagery that just pulls you in. Also love the backing vocals. If I had any nit to pick, it would be that the song seems to start too suddenly as if part of the opening bar had been cut off? But that's a minor quibble. This is a nice song, and, as ever, very well executed. Nice work. Peace.
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Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Thanks David
This took me a bit to get the vocals halfway decent.

I was thinking the same on the intro after I had this done. a short drum intro would of been nice. but shifting all the pans and levels with tracks was going to take quite a while. Some rainy weekend I'll take the time to adjust for that

Thanks again David. great new song of yours, BTW.

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said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Very nice!
I like this one, Vic. The mix sounds fantastic! The only thing I noticed was that the song seems to be clipped at the intro. Maybe it's just me :)
Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thanks Mike
This is one of my fav's for a mix as well. Clipping. more than likely the semi-hallow body electric through the tube screamer can have a hard sound. could bring it down a tad to soften the attack. I notice on a some of others songs, they start off with a clipping sound on loading up. Who knows.

Thanks again Mike, have you been practicing the piano?

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vbluesky said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
the kinks
thats who comes to mind, but in a modern way, you have a very good production and musical structure that sounds very professional and ur art werk is always amusing.....your lyrics are always controversial in a thinking way.......there should be a challenge ex: LIOLI, were music is put to lyrics using loops or instruments and you would be the first to write lyrics, you do write lyrics good or maybe just write a song and I'll sing....BlueSky
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Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thanks Vincent
I like your idea of the contest idea. I always write the lyrics last and that's the hardest part for me. The music part a whole lot easier. I do show my roots, very true.

Thanks again for sharing your time!

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said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
Busy boy, busy boy...
As per jgurner... you are channeling big time echoes of rock songs past... nothing specific (although... insert Beatle reference), just that... I've got a feeling, that... this song so captures a sound that I love and harkens back to, what in my way of thinking, was the golden age of rock music. Take a bow, dear boy. And do continue to let it be and don't let me down... because... although you are not the walrus... nor the fool on the hill... your music makes me feel fine... OK, it's not a revolution... just that your music reminds me of yesterday... can someone give me some Help here??

cheers
Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
He's so heavy
funny comment. I knew it would have to come up. I did go with flow turned off my mind and floated downstream. the decending part was a nod to the walrus and the ending another nod to the end of a day in the life. just enough so some might get it.

Thanks Jack looking forward to Last Sail

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said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
ha ha!
Jack old man, you've finally lost it! Welcome to the club!

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Boris the Bull said 3658 days ago (June 19th, 2007)
thoughts from the bull...
jeez louise! this is so incredibly well assembled and played out!

i could compare with many flavors, but i prefer this one right in your arsenal! boy, you really got me with this one! right from the start through to the finish! so well done!

thoroughly enjoyed this smart, pop sensible rocker! thank you, Vic!!
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Vic Holman said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thanks B.T.B.
I really enjoy the production work as much as playing. Always interesting to see how a song can alter from the original concept. I never know how it ends myself until I get there.

Thanks for taking the time out to listen. I really appreciate it.

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rjamadeus said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
wow !!
hey vic !! verrrrry cool, i think i could expect to hear this on 'rubber soul' or somthin like that !! i truly enjoyed
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Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
thanks Rob
Yeah a conscience effort to put a big influence intto this.
Thanks for the listen appreciate it!

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said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Damn!
First of all: Your best mix ever. Second: Your best Chorus ever. This grabbed me by the jewels and didn't let go till the last note faded away. I'll be walking funny for a week...(I gotta start wearin a cup!).

Good insightful lyrics. Great vocal delivery (again, especially in the chorus!). Guitar work over the top as per usual. I too, thought the beginning a tad "clipped." It's the only nit. And barely one at that...

Be well bro!
Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
The family jewels
Thanks bro! I figured if i was going to do a beatlish lennon type of thing i shouls also stay true with the lyric style.

True, i need to bring the intro guitar done. it really has a strong attack. Always listen to two Mikes.

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DWL said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
A winner once again
Quite a catalogue you have Vic.

What always stands out is the work you put into your arrangements.

There is always something different to look forward to and I love the unexpected changes and bridges and this has it all.

Excellent work :-)

Cheers

Dick
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Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thanks Dick
I decided to calm down a bit on this one. But i did want to add the extra dimensions. that's where the fun comes in.

Good luck on your opera piece. hopefully what i sent is useable

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lavalamp said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
A touch of........
A touch of Bowie on guitar at the beginning. You've got that Petty/Harrison going on this one. Strong lyrics, as usual. Love the musical break.
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LL
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Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thanks David
True another beatlish/pettyish kinda thing. I usually try to do one once in a while.

Really enjoyed your new tune. Take care David

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said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Wow...
What a clean mix..... Dig it and keep an X of it.... right down to my iPod.
Hey! Vic, you sounds super nice wox with good lyrics...... Cheers
Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thanks Skean
I wanted the mix to be open as much as possible where it could. Always learn something new at mixing. The vocals where the toughest for me. I still would like to get them a bit better.

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said 3658 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Big V.H. Fan Here!
Its always a pleasure to hear a new tune from one of my favorite rock stars on MJ, really digging this this steady driven song with excellent and honest lyrics, I like the magic that you do, its always enthralling!
Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Thanks Tom
I kinda purposley did this in a Lennon vein. So I thought to keep it true that the lyrics had to be a somewhat of a personal observation.

Thanks Tom. Do you draw your avatars? well, except the deranged guy.

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Lizard*Whistle said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Melodic power
Lovely range of different guitar sounds! Great song with lots of oomph.
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Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Thank You Very Much
I try to contrast all the guitars unless I'm doubling. The instrumental parts contained quite a few guitars with different effects and amp settings.


Thanks for taking the time to listen, I appreciate it!

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bronco said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Hey Vic
I really like your style of music. It reminds me of the best of the type of rock music that I like, not too heavy, tuneful, good lyrics, nice clear vocals. Makes my ears open up and grin!
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Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Thanks Tom
you're right it is alot like a certain time of music i enjoyed as well. Since there was no way to play with them, you can only emulate. I am pretty happy I got lucky that it turned out half way decent.

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said 3657 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Another direction
but still its you Vic! your singing is at it best on this no strain no pain its perfect I think! thats it your goin your way to stardom and never shall we hear the Vic we know and love ... dont leave us! just kiddin your music is so good it makes me talk crazy tonto!!
Vic Holman said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
ha
I totally lack direction. I never know where I'm going or how it's going to end.

Hopefully we'll be around here into our eightie's talking about the good ole days. heck, no one every really listens to me anyway.

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said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Very Nice
Mr. Vic .. very cool .. i've heard this 2 times ..
Very good tune .. your vocal was very nice to hear ..
I liked it and enjoyed it .. your mixing in this one is great .. Thanks for posting ..
by the way : are these your drawings ?? because i've found that all of your songs has the same picture style .. it's very nice ..

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Regardz
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Vic Holman said 3656 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Thanks Yeman
I'm glad you liked it.

I have some retro line art cd's. I bring those into photoshop, modify them and add color, the bubbles and text. Takes around ten minutes to make one. When I run out of those then I'll have to display my own originals.

Thanks again Yeman.

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Feter said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Torn
now this is a special tone you produced here
cool words ... the changes realy givining me
the atmosphere of the psycho delic rock of
the 60s ...amazing ....the singing the guitar
work ...very very much creative my friend ..
well done !!
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Vic Holman said 3656 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Thanks Feter
At the heart of this song is a classic rock style. Just brought up to date.

Or as the sayin goes---what goes around, comes around.

Thanks again Feter. I appreciate you giving it a listen.

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Peter Bauckham said 3657 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
What
an excellent production - Your voice sounds incredibly close on the verses - it really makes you sit up and listen. I always like the way you position the instruments in your mixes - and this could be your best yet - the acoustics sound fab. The only nit (which has been mentioned is the abrupt start - justs sounds like there's a tiny bit missing).

Great build up. Very nicely done.

Peter
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Vic Holman said 3656 days ago (June 21st, 2007)
Thanks Peter
I recently discovered the energizer plug-in and added that to the vocals.

The acoustics i used a jellyfish pick (has a row of tines) giving it a bit of a twelve string effect, it's not very good on picking, not enough attack to it.

I agree about the start. I believe I got to use to it. Isn't that the way it always is.

Thanks again Peter!

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echoroom said 3656 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
acoustic!!!
Another holman tune, another Holman classic. Intro has the power of 'All the Young dudes'. A feckin' great sleazy vocal on this Vic, really screamin great rough 'n' ready vocals. The production on this is stonkin', but overall I just love the feel and the tricky little changes.

Every one you bring out is better than the last ... another belter. the solo/break is a drug-fuelled epic in its own right.

Steve
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Vic Holman said 3655 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
gotta race some cat to bed
Thanks Steve! Hoople intro. i hadn't thought of that. A lot of classic rock with some updating was the way i looked at it. I think i could make the vocals a bit more sleazier! Ha. I think I can do better at them. Plus a few other suggestions could help this be a tad better. You know how it goes, when do I stop fitzing?

Thanks Steve!

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said 3655 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
Now, where did I put that lighter?... :-)
Torch Song perhaps?! (I hope it becomes your own personal bonfire!!! :-)) I detect a change from "minor" to "major" (I'm Lovin' this!!!)
Love the "hooks" in your lyrics! You write them last? Wow!!!
My favorites are, "a face that's lost it's grip" , "the darkness settles in. goodnight." , "you say, where do I go from here? I'm on the other side of the mirror. (really paints a masterpiece in my mind!), "burn away all the misery - wash away all the flames (the slight oxymoron/ reversal is very provocative!!!), and "get back on your feet again (a cliche - until you add!!!) "and walk away through the charred remains." (I am blown away!!!! [You're Doin' It Again!! ref. recent note I sent you.])
Beatles, Kinks, Bowie, Petty - it's all Vic :-)!!! My favorite Petty song is "Learning To Fly" (but I already got the wings!!!)
Your voice is getting stronger - more confident! Very sexy!!! Isn't it phenomenal what the "Birds&the Bees" can conjure up in the human psyche?!!! This song makes me wanna move on down the alphabet a notch, and change my address to a less clement climate!!! :-) Well, you said..... :-)
Vic Holman said 3655 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
Thanks Carole!
I tend to be a good listener. At least that's what everyone told me. I never have real solutions, who ever does,.

I write the lyrics last, these kept getting rewrittten even as i tried to put the vocals down. For some reason I kept thinking of "Hey Jude" lyrically about the real message of that song. So I tend to think I had put another spin on it.

It's always best to stay optimistic, no matter what. At least in my opinion. It's alot like I wrote in the song info.

Thanks again Carole.

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said 3655 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
You deserve better than...
to be a good listener! You deserve the true happiness and bliss of Nirvana! (I love Nirvana - the concept and the band - what a F___ing waste of true talent.) One VA woman's opinion. (although virgin was torn from me sometime ago.)
said 3655 days ago (June 23rd, 2007)
Oops!
Better qualify this, although, song writer's should recognize a metaphor when they see one. :-) By virgin, I meant those times throughout life when...a quote..."We don't see things as they are; we see them as we are." - Anais Nin, then comes the metaphorical 2X4, and innocence lost, which with introspection over time becomes grist for the mill of creation. "We write [lyrics] to taste life twice; in the moment, and in retrospection." - Anais Nin
Happiness is a choice! :-)
Vic Holman said 3655 days ago (June 23rd, 2007)
very well said Carole
Nirvana comes only once. probably that first candy bar as a kid or a hot day at the lake drinking a beer, even if it's warm. The band was great also yet short lived.

We all lost the virginity finding out Santa Claus and the easter bunny didn't exist.

Santa Claus and the easter bunny stole my viginity. See there's a song there :-)

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said 3654 days ago (June 24th, 2007)
LOL!!! I dare you!!!
to compose some really freaky mix of holiday "toons", and I dare you to utterly MOVE me with said lyrics!!!, and I double dog dare you to POST IT! I'm trying to catch my breath here! LOL!!! LIOLI, Babe!!! LOL!!!
Vic Holman said 3653 days ago (June 24th, 2007)
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would be kinda funny. remains to be seen, quite aways from the holidays.

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SmokeyVW said 3655 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
more like burned perhaps
nice guitar intro!

i got rather confused about who the "i" and the "you" are - perhaps one in the same? if so, cool!

nice - thanks
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Vic Holman said 3655 days ago (June 22nd, 2007)
Thanks Bill
It's kind of thinny veiled as a two way conversation, "I" repeating the other person. But, now that you mention it. it could be percieved as a dual conversation of the mind. Not that I have a dual personality mind you :-). Though sometimes I wish I had, I might get twice as many things done.

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Cori Ander said 3655 days ago (June 23rd, 2007)
From a new discoverer
Hi Vic. I am a new discoverer of your music. I am again enjoyed over hearing your confident and highly original style. Dig it a lot. As the few other of your songs I've heard so far, this one one that stands out for its composition and originality.
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Vic Holman said 3654 days ago (June 23rd, 2007)
Thanks Cori
I try to think composition first. Most of this is pretty basic chords. but that usually works for the best. the instrumental parts where a bit more complicated. But it's always fun to dig in there on those.

Thanks again Cori for taking some time out to listen!

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The Infinites said 3654 days ago (June 24th, 2007)
Agree with Steve,
All the Young Dudes-esque to start, quickly into psychedelic changes, singing is steeped in the '70s. Dare I say the Beatles on a good day?

Love the first big guitar break, sounds like an LSD induced meltdown!

Superb!

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Vic Holman said 3653 days ago (June 24th, 2007)
thanks much
all true, i confess. I inteded to do this as a beatleish/solo lennon kind of thing. naturally you can't get away without doing some psychedelia thrown in the mix.

Thanks for the time out to listen. Appreciated

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Alannah said 3654 days ago (June 24th, 2007)
You have
that interesting uniqueness to the sound of your voice that I like ... I'm lame at making comments these days ... just wanted you to know I stopped by!
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Vic Holman said 3653 days ago (June 24th, 2007)
Thanks Alannah
Just knowing you heard it is more then words

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Doadars Uncle said 3652 days ago (June 25th, 2007)
Cool melody!
Nice environment! I love the changes.
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Vic Holman said 3652 days ago (June 25th, 2007)
Thanks Doug
my mind keeps going through them changes. I usually tend to mix it up some. Keeps the ears on the guard

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said 3647 days ago (June 30th, 2007)
oh yeah
this has an excellent edgyness to it, vic.
love the bizarre melody!
the guitar flourishes at verse 3 were so tasty, and the climb at the end wonderfully wild. this is so unexpected, yet makes such perfect sense.
cool creativity in the music you make! anne

Vic Holman said 3647 days ago (July 1st, 2007)
thanks Anne
I'm a pretty mellow guy who does edgy.

No matter what I try to do there is awlays that 60' influence. the end was a nod to the ending of a day in the life.

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said 3647 days ago (June 30th, 2007)
Oh, those guitars...
I was recently listening to one of my Klaatu albums (great but obscure Canadian group, 1975-1982) and I heard touches of Vic Holman guitars! Was I mad?

Probably. Another excellent ride, Vic. Surreal and seemingly relaxed, but there's a lot going on where you're not looking. And your vocals just keep sounding great!
Vic Holman said 3647 days ago (July 1st, 2007)
i know what you mean
there is a simularity to there stuff and a bit of mine as well now that you mention it.

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JohnnyCalling said 3647 days ago (July 1st, 2007)
I really like this too!!
This is awesome!
Vic Holman said 3647 days ago (July 1st, 2007)
thanks!
i try to give songs a few twist and turns. its like putting together a large jigsaw puzzle

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Ibstrat said 3640 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
Cool song!
This has everything in it that's missing from most current popular rock stuff that I hear.Namely creativity and originality.You took your influences and made something great!
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Vic Holman said 3639 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
thanks Mark
I agree with what you say. i believe that's what got me interested in recording and figuring out production.

Welcome to MJ's, I really enjoyed your tunes!

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