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I promise that this is the last version of this tune I'll post here:)

I've posted like 3 different versions of this one earlier on.
One slow one
A latin one
And a bluesy one

However, this funky version is close to how we play it in my band nowadays.

I promise you this... I will start making new songs now.
Enough with the promises...
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Thor Oliversen©2006

The minute we met
I felt I'd known you
for a long long time

I guess I gazed at your moves
sort of paralysed
'cause you shone like the moon
and everyone else was pale

Then I noticed you'd look at me
and I knew it was done
We lost what we had before
We would just have - this one

I didn't know it would come to this
(I couldn't see it coming)
It's a so strong feeling

So I promise you this
I will be what you loved at first
If you promise a kiss
To water my thirst

And now, you come to me
you tell me you're here.
And now, now I see
I want you so near.
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Uploaded: May 18, 2007 - 05:53:32 PM
Last Updated: May 19, 2007 - 05:09:17 AM Last Played: Jun 03, 2019 - 09:37:25 PM
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jiguma said 4534 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
Scandi R & B
Love your guitar playing on this (and just about everywhere) Thor. You have a style which is sufficiently different to anyone else here that it's immediately noticeable as yours. This is a very cool song, and I really enjoy the Scandi R & B (in the traditional sense of the term) that you play. Nice groove with excellent production.
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said 4534 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
I am digging this...
latest version... love those vocal harmonies when they kick in... got my grinning! Mellow funky, soulful song. Great guitar riffing in that solo. The song production sounds crisp and clear and yet warm.

My favorite version of this song is always the latest... this is no exception. Kudos soulman.
said 4534 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
that you won't quit putting out this great music! This is a great surprise to me... My old favorite before, now is just paralleled in appeal for me, in this funk mood.

She still is close, still is warm, and there is a feel to move...

nevermind, it's working very well and it's very good, thanks!

. - Harold
thetiler said 4534 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
you have a great way with words
I've said it before and I'll say it again. Nice bluesy, jazzy stuff. Hey love that orchestration feel Ya! Getting uptown! Love to hear more of that. To me it really fits in with the rock sound. Has that soothing edge, which I would love to hear more in the rock world. Nice coloration with the funkness of the guitar. But the shimmering and the orchestration is something I've not heard you do much of but I really think it adds a lot of class. Gives this tune feel of distinction.

Of course the words (lyrics) are a real billboard for you. For some reason you seem to radiate the lyrics better that many i've heard here.

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Vic Holman said 4534 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
where have all the good times gone
Boy this takes me back to a time when r&b soul ruled supreme. a dab of Boz Skaggs. alot of Hall & Oates (before the were pop) and countless others. Thor this ranks right up there!
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timothy devine said 4533 days ago (May 18th, 2007)
I can't put a finger on it. Maybe its your sultry voice, or the way you hold the power of the guitar in your hand and unleash it as your emoton builds. Maybe it the harmonies you choose or the way you choose to perform them. But; When you put it all together with the recording skills you have, there is a product... supremo.

I love the organ holding the back of the rhythm section down. It backs up the harmonized guitar riffs real nice. I also really dig the string bends that you place so tastfully in just the right spots. One bodatious, outragout sound.

The lyric just touches the soul with a realizm that reals true. I can tell they are real feelngs you have shared.

Only one thing I would change the ending to be a long... long thoddi guitar solo fade out where you cut loose as you end the fade...kind of a Steely Dan trick that leaves you longing for more...

A time or two during this song( and I listened about five times) I thought there was something Dan-ish about the crisp funky jazzy, very hip production.
Thank you
all 10's
downloaded for future shuffle ups...yea

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thoddi said 4532 days ago (May 20th, 2007)
lift off
I have to hold on to my chair after reading this uplifting review Timothy.
You are always very supportive to what I put out here. Thanks for blowing some life into my making music batteries:)

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- Albert Einstein.
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Day For Night said 4533 days ago (May 19th, 2007)
Cool and Funky
This reminds a little of a British musician called Lewis Taylor...good soulful feel to vox and guitar work. Very nice
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moorlandt said 4533 days ago (May 19th, 2007)
last version?
when posting different versions of the same song, comparisons are unevitable. I litened to all four of them, and my favourite is still the bluesy one with JoJo. Well, all of them have their specific qualities of course, but that bluesy one lets your voice shine trough so beautifully, and - like i told you - makes me feel sitting in a smokey jazz club. Sometimes it's all about athmosphere and daydreaming :-) Is this really the last version? Naaaaah! I was hoping you were gonna do a moorlandt version as well :-)

- Walter
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thoddi said 4532 days ago (May 20th, 2007)
A moorlandt version
Thanks for taking the time to listen and comment Walter. Appreciate it much:)

A moorlandt version could be very cool... Maybe another tune would be even cooler... I think I have met my saturation point with this one;)

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***itiswotitis*** said 4533 days ago (May 19th, 2007)
very smooth
music... lovely guitar and harmonies....sweet lyrics
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Ed Hannifin said 4533 days ago (May 19th, 2007)
Get Boz Scaggs on the phone...
He doesn't know it yet, but he wants to hear this song...

I think this may be my favorite version so far...

I really like the guitar playing...how you're playing, the tone you're getting, and the groove...

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thoddi said 4532 days ago (May 20th, 2007)
yes, please call him;)
I have to reveal my ignorance with Boz Scaggs. I checked him out in iTunes and in wikipedia. Quite an impressive CV.

He seems very versatile in style. From the smoothest pop songs to more bluesy and even country'ish music.

Thank you for dropping in and spending time with me. Your comments about my guitar work is making me think I must do something right:)
And thanks for shedding light on my black holes in music history:)

Imagination is more important then knowledge!
- Albert Einstein.
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rtcooper said 4533 days ago (May 19th, 2007)
Sweet Guitar, Organ, Vibes, Vocal. MAN!
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R&B - No Holds Barred.
Fabulous Sound Stage and Mix.

Groovin', Brother.

Very Cool.

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Cori Ander said 4531 days ago (May 21st, 2007)
Strong composition..
Meek vocals..
Snappy guitar (very)..
Great mix and production..

Alltoghether nice nice music!
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Mcboy said 4531 days ago (May 21st, 2007)
crafted...nice guitar hook.....concept, lyrics......loved it....kool......
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ktb said 4531 days ago (May 21st, 2007)
this is
what i'd want to groove to on a night out. on any night for that matter. really great production accents throughout. you can do this tune as many times as you'd like
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guitapick said 4530 days ago (May 22nd, 2007)
Very tasteful...
...in all ways. From your choice of instrumentation and production to the really fine lead and fills.

This is sweet. My wife will love it...have to download when I get home...

Nice piece...(thought that was a Tele...you get a really nice tone out of it...)
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said 4528 days ago (May 24th, 2007)
I promise...
...that no matter how many versions of this you post I will continue to listen! Great song Thor. You simply excell at this stuff. Love those slightly phrased leads...and funky rhythm stabs....yes, this cooks. Thanks so much.

Be well!

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Dixie Mason Band said 4527 days ago (May 25th, 2007)
Worth Waiting
Like This one Best.

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Tadashi Togawa said 4464 days ago (July 27th, 2007)
good and
This is kool.
Nice guitar.
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mccannmp1 said 4403 days ago (September 26th, 2007)
Such a sweet groove! Excellent production as well and like everyone else has mentioned...loved the guitar!
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Funk is a distinct style of music originated by African-Americans, e.g., James Brown and his band members (especially Maceo and Melvin Parker), and groups like The Meters. Funk best can be recognized by its syncopated rhythms; thick bass line (often

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