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Thinking about You


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Studio analog recorded track with my 3-piece rock band. Enjoy! Feedback appreciated..
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New York


Verse 1:
Don’t know why I’m sitting here
Thinking about you
You pass by again
Every time You crossed my mind
I know it’s true
You told me so

Pre Chorus:
You keep saying, keep praying
You Keep saying, keep praying

Chorus:
There’s nothing I can do because you’re beautiful
There’s nothing I can say, you are just wonderful

Verse 2:
Don’t know what is wrong,
When plans come undone
Every time…
And every time, We cross that line
You know it’s wrong..
C’mon Baby.. Cha

Pre Chorus:

Chorus:

Solo:

Chorus:

Outro:
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Uploaded: May 29, 2017 - 09:35:37 AM
Last Updated: May 30, 2017 - 11:03:35 PM Last Played: Jul 03, 2017 - 04:49:05 PM
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Daugrin said 59 days ago (May 29th, 2017)
Good demo
Don't know what NY has to do with the music or the lyric.
Has a star crossed quality about it that is compelling. The bass player really makes a fine contribution on here. His lines are melodic and he plays correct tones on the important beats, what a rare thing! Bravo.
The production on here serves the song well. There are some minor nits, where the chord arps are kinda off or muffed, but they are there, this also gives the tune some ambience, so maybe you should leave them?
Perhaps we could fly in some tom hits on the transitions to propel things a bit?
The thing I heard that we not there was a four piece string section. This addition would boost yer emo quotient and help give flesh to the pathos in the lyric.
Best of luck. Thank you for sharing yer material here.

Daug

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speedonl said 58 days ago (May 29th, 2017)
Thanks
For listening and appreciate your comments!
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paul f. page said 56 days ago (June 1st, 2017)
All said and done...
...this is a delicate song (and narrative) that you perform with very nice attention to the details. I particularly like all the gentle guitar lines that accompany the vocal. Nice song, nicely presented. I'm glad I heard it this evening.
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speedonl said 55 days ago (June 1st, 2017)
Hi Paul,
Thank you for listening and I'm glad you enjoyed :)
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Calchas said 55 days ago (June 2nd, 2017)
Beautiful!
I love the production on this. It's as good as the playing and singing. Cool arrangement. All in all a top drawer offering!

Be well friend!
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speedonl said 54 days ago (June 3rd, 2017)
Well
Thank you, Sir!
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egobandit said 53 days ago (June 4th, 2017)
Great performance
You guys are tight, Like when it ramps up I like the chorus and how that mean guitar comes in cool song!
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speedonl said 52 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
Thanks
for this nice compliment!
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Char said 52 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
Hmm...super smooth.
Lovely, emotive vocal and the rest sounds professional. What a privilege to hear you. Thanks.

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speedonl said 52 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
Charlene
Thanks for listening and your very nice comments :)
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