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Well, I guess life is slipping away? Ailwyn ReesSlipping Away Sly Witt
A Paul McCartney inspired composition with Beatles-esque harmonies. I got the hook.... a very repetitive slipping away! I kinda got the gist - rather repetitive! I suppose repeating the word a lot saves the bother of writing more lyrics! Having slated your songwriting abilities, the rest of it scores well! Like the piano and keyboards, vox and backing vox, overall melody, but the guitar is lost in the mix somewhere, so perhaps consider bringing the keys down a dB or two and whacking the guitar up? Your track would fit nicely into the Beatles White Album somewhere, as it reminds me of a drug inspired McCartney composition!
Run off a different cliff! Why don't you think? Ailwyn ReesDak Simplex Virus
No one really goes near the Experimental section, so why not pop your track into the Rock section to get a review! It came cross as a third rate Tubeway Army (Gary Numan) inspired track, repetitive vocals, somewhat meaningless... It all seemed to be computer generated from what I could hear... I hope I'm wrong? Couldn't really pick put the guitar and bass, and the drums really weren't doing much either? At least you have a review now. How many more are you expecting??? You may be disappointed!
Yep...... you pulled it off, living the dream with me! Ailwyn ReesDreams Mr. Troll
What a lovely laid back folk song you've produced here! It certainly put my head in a spin! It flows along nicely with well written lyrics, a lovely melody, great commercial appeal. pleasant musicianship, not overdone, true folk-style! I've listened to it twice now, and you have achieved the full house, 4...4....4...4...etc. Well done, and I sincerely hope more than 3 people listen to this!
One of these days... I'll do another review! Ailwyn ReesOne of These Days Mr. Troll
Not often that I listen to country, but I'll be very honest, I'm running out if categories to review, so here I am in the yee-hah category! Nice little drum pattern for the intro... then straight into that classic country rhythm. Good intelligent use of all instruments, high and low end with the bass, accordion standing out, and nice lead on the outro. I hear the backing vocals, but they could come up a bit more, as the lead vocal drowns them out. All in all a lovely melody that is very listenable to :-)
You poor old Audio Refugee! Ailwyn ReesAudio Refugee RGMixProject
An Audio Refugee huh! You are a dying breed sir! Well, it's a 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 automobile... One Piece at a Time... remember that one by Johnny Cash? You surely do, as this tune sounds remarkably like that one! The hook? Audio refugee! Heard it plenty of times mentioned in the song, and I'll never forget it! But of an abrupt, curious ending wasn't it? The whole song was somewhat raw and loose, and that's why I liked it in many ways. Anyway, don't lose sleep waiting for further reviews, this is probably the last one this song will get!