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album art Chasing Shadows
by atwood1956


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Released: Jan 5, 2005 | 9:44 PM
Category: Rock
Application: N/A
Loop Use: N/A

File Type: .m4a (AAC)
File Size: 3.65 MB

Plays: 1507
Downloads: 5
Weekly Plays: 0
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Wednesday

License: Unknown/Unset
experiment with multi tracking vocals, saxes

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angeliko6 Artist

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wow
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13 years ago
Licostic Artist
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This is really good, everything goes together well. I like the loud guitar climaxes and the saxes. Great vocals, too!
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13 years ago
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i like it and will try to add some dobro to it...if you don´t mind.
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13 years ago
Bob6stringer Artist

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I have got to get into your back catalog. Very apprecaited sensibilities hgere and a nice, idiosynchratic syncopation here. Dynamics are great. Grewat reverb on the "chasing shadows" line, suggesting, of course, those shadows. Also, all stars to you for having a good enough voice to have the confidence to NOT hide behid effects. You're quite capable of holding centerstage with out those frills on this really fine piece.

The dissonance of horns and guitars that closes the song was a little jarring at first. There are a few indelicate notes. But I can still enjoy this because of the looseness, which is intentional.

Also, this is my first listen to one of your songs. An experience we all love to have over and over on this site, where 33,000 songs are in a constant state of potential discovery. It takes the whole linear nature away from passive media like radio and puts the decision in our hands to listen to more. Which will. Soon.

Sure, I've gone prosaically overboard here, but this piece brought it out of me. So it's technically your fault. And thanks for the downmload. smiley
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