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tune-up contest entry.
Simple jam with some lightheated spoken vocal overlays. Also my first "real" completed tune (newbie alert).
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Comments: 8
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Plays: 175
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Votes: 9
Uploaded: Mar 20, 2005 - 12:14:12 PM
Last Updated: Mar 20, 2005 - 11:21:37 AM Last Played: Jan 29, 2016 - 05:05:23 AM
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Comments
Chris Biscuits said 4655 days ago (March 21st, 2005)
Wow!
I love this song.

TobinMueller said 4653 days ago (March 22nd, 2005)
Cool audio concept
This is a very cool sound. Aside from capturing a very cool
mood and feel, it seemed like only half a song idea, tho.
Like a really cool concept waiting to be fleshed out. (The
guitar amp line noise on your vocal track, do you know
where it is coming from? Kind of made for an interesting
effect.) I thought the little dance break part was not as
compelling as the rest. I really liked your casual spoken
performance.
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Skore said 4650 days ago (March 25th, 2005)
Almost works.
Just needs 1 more loop. Something to break it up a bit,
but keep it the same. pretty cool tune dude!
Howard2k said 4645 days ago (March 30th, 2005)
Thanks
Thanks for the feedback... I agree - I was dubious about
that little "break" towards the end but felt that
SOMETHING was needed. Just nothing else really jumped
out at me and asked to be included.

I'll leave it as is for the contest and perhaps change it a
little after.

Thanks again for the feedback.
Check out my latest song called Don't drink alone....
said 4641 days ago (April 3rd, 2005)
Very Interesting Production
Edgy, severe use of stereo - I like this.
You might want to add something like amp feedback on
top of the dance break.
You can also add a little amusing ambiguity at the end by
repeating "next time" at the end of your lyric
recitation. ;)
TennesseeVic said 4630 days ago (April 15th, 2005)
Lola? Is that you?
Fun tune.

Nice way of breaking up the repetition with those spoken
sections. When you introduced that lead line towards the
end I thought you would make something more of it.
Unfortunately then you went back to just the Rhodes riff.

This really calls for some crazy solo over the fadeout.
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Epileptic Gibbon said 4508 days ago (August 14th, 2005)
Can't believe this isn't rated more highly
Really like this… heard it on a podcast show. Very
compelling tune. Maybe it could do with a little
something extra but I like it as it is. Sorted!
Check out my latest song called Fiddler Off the Roof w/Komrade K & Caroline
karmicfreak said 2083 days ago (April 4th, 2012)
Cool idea, nicely executed
The loops are phat, and my headphones showed off the cool stereo use. I would have dug some "more" also - and, from a songwriting POV, I might have enjoyed a more humorous conclusion to the lyric. Maybe not autobiographical, but hey, that's art.
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