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Released: Jan 7, 2008 | 5:36 AM
Category: Folk
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .m4a (AAC)
File Size: 1.93 MB

Plays: 1100
Downloads: 4
Weekly Plays: 1
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Monday

License: Non-commercial derivatives allowed; contact artist for permission
One Track Mind: songs written, learnt and recorded in a single take in about twenty minutes. This is my first in a few weeks, and the sixth on the album so far.

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4arms Artist

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Doing a song in one take. I just never could get away with that. My style is cut and past. So you get stars for that alone. Your guitar playing and vocals are as always fantastic. Great song writing but we have come to expect that from you. Very nice.
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ddball Listener

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Awesome. Reason enough. smiley
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ShadowofNine Artist

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Really nice P enjoyed the song...
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Rusticalia Listener

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I agree that it is tough to do one track, but I think the best recordings can come spur of the moment. Good job Ponkey! You even get Neil Young's wavering voice here.
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etgilles Artist

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I feel such a pressure when I do the one take acoustics... but in some way they capture a moment that you can't achieve by recording in segments. I've done all my iComp "acoustic sessions" in a single take, and as you can hear you get everything at once, the flaws and irregularities, but I always feel like I've achieved something intimate and real...

You've done that here. A wonderful ditty.

et.
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RichardRinger Artist

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I really enjoyed the lyric on this one.
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reason2rhyme Listener

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Hey Ponkey, I really enjoyed this song. Has a Lennon feel to it.
Thank you for sharing it.
Take care.
Glenn

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10 years ago
Baboon Artist

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I agree with Et. The pressure is on in a one-taker, but you get something fleeting and in the moment. Purity of performance. You're sounding great on this Ponk. This is a soul-puncher, definitely. Good name for a band "Soul Puncher" heh..."dibs"
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