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What the flower children say. KrispyBore... JoJoMax
Essentially a sixties style song with a lot of words, most of which are muffled and probably intentionally slurred but they sound nice. A well constructed tune with awareness of a good format. The lead vocal is tuneful with wobbly vulnerable edges smudged by what sounds like a bit of chorus. Spacey backing vocals broaden the scape which is tinted with happy colours. A bit predictably but might as well follow the recipe. The production is a little muddy, leaving us reassured with a few seconds of good old-fashioned hiss. A pretty good Pop song, not outstanding or highly memorable but certainly didn’t make me want my time back. I’m not a big fan of that 90’s skipping drumbeat. I don’t know what it says except he thinks he’s silly because he lost his mind. Don't be so hard on yerself mate.
That's all I gotta know... or is it? Ailwyn ReesI Gotta Know Elvis ate my Goat
It's the more than familiar male vocalist again, doubling up on backing vocals, singing his heart out to a funky slap bass orientated track... Curious outro, though, fading out nicely, then a rather abrupt stop? Perhaps consider extending the fade for another 7-8 sec's? Influences?? This track would have fitted nicely within a Spandau Ballet 80's album, and the bassist somewhat reminded me of Mark King, Level 42, aka Thunderthumbs! A good listen, it's all been done before, so a good score for originality! Play that funky music white boy!
Wow.............................52 seconds! Ailwyn Rees95 Days (instrumental version) The Trouser Cops
I've just completed a time and motion study... It takes 52 seconds to tick the relevant marks for the review aspects, then the song finishes with a bass solo... 1 root note. For what it's worth, it wasn't that good, but not that bad either... Songwriting - not too bad for 52 seconds worth, undecipherable lyrics though. Originality - reminded me of The Dickies, who did a remarkable version of the theme tune of The Banana Splits! Musicianship - tight for 51 sec's. Emotional Impact - left dumbfounded after 52 sec's. Production appeared to be somewhat effortless.... Hook? Not long enough to have one! Drums - I guess the drummer didn't even break sweat for this one? Guitar - pretty good Bass - excellent solo for the outro... Arrangement....
We apparently live in a hip pop world? Ailwyn ReesTitans feat Lord Lhus & Savage Brothers Jakob22
Yes, I suppose it's a great way to get your songs reviewed on a frequent basis. Simply slip them into an alternative category. Works every time I suppose! I guess it's time to reflect upon the dominant words of your rap number... fuck... fuck...fuck..
Are you ready to rock.... with a hit an run? Ailwyn ReesNear Mr. Troll
Lyric ranging from icebergs to hit and runs make a very interesting lyrical content with a good word flow. Doesn't exactly leap out and grab you like the deep voice in the intro suggests, but this number sits well in the Folk Category, a good solid production, but most of your compositions are! A nice melody throughout, achieved by a good mix and production, heard it all before so good originality, and this song should do well, assuming it gets plenty of reviews!