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Piano.. nunaniEyes of Sadness Krazykeyz Music
It is a light musical piece with a beautiful harmony and a very active part in B. 2 minutes 47 seconds of good music, intelligently and made with a pretty good structure. Melody has sensitivity and good taste. Natural images. Like, spring and fall...
I guess that's why they call it the blues! Ailwyn ReesAutumm Blues Pat
A cool bluesy number with some Dave Gilmore-esque guitar work. Quite a fan of his aren't you? Maybe I've missed the point here, but I tend to base songwriting alongside lyrics? This I perceive as a good composition, as Beethoven never got assessed on songwriting for his instrumentals! Back to the rest of the aspects... good guitars lead the way, resulting in a great melody, arrangement, production, musicianship, leaving a smile on my face after 3'12" Nice one!
Open your eyes... Ailwyn ReesClose your eyes Pat
.... and open your ears to, as this is a pretty good tune! Nice intro on acoustic guitar, with a clock ticking like noise in the background, nice to keep time to! The track was ambling along nicely, then some percussion bristled into the mix, then, out of the blue, a Dave Gilmour-esque guitar solo appears, adding some gloss to the overall arrangement. Great songwriting here, like a Pink Floyd original, good musicianship, production, great melody... Orchestration also great, intelligent use of keyboards, strings, all leading onto a very good 11min 56sec. Yep, I listened to it twice!
Just another Piano... nunaniLove To Be There (orchestral version) Pat
Good piano , slow, enjoying each note... It's not sad, but very sticky in its esence. That kind of music is very intuitive but needs all of your attention if you want every detail. The singer needs more "connection" to achieve the level proposed by the pianist.