MGB

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Pop - General | Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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First I want to congratulate you on the vocals. A lot of singers who are not world class vocalists make the mistake of trying to hide that with mountains of reverb and effects. You haven't done that which makes me happy. You have clearly done and continue to do the work to develop your own voice and make it the best it can be. That will serve you well in the long run so kudos to you for making that effort. I appreciate it. That being said your voice has a very unique sound to it, so when you layer your own vocal on top of itself to make a chorus (the answer man part) it doesn't work so well. It becomes too obvious that it is your voice and not back up singers singing along with you. You need to find at least one person who is willing to record a chorus for you. Keep your vocla in the chorus and then layer the other voice behind that. Like if you have 4 vocal tracks layered to make a chorus, one should be yours and three should be someone else even if that is one other person layered three times. it will greatly improve those parts. All in all a pretty good song, pretty well recorded, good levels and balance. I wasn't a huge fan of the guitar solo that happens around 2:45 was a little underwhelming, a little forced and too formulaic, not sure you even needed in there at all. Good job and keep up the good work.

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Good rhythm guitar track...kinda Tom Petty-ish

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Lyrics

Well I was wondrin' where it starts
And I was wondrin' where it ends
I was wondrin' if it does
Could we ever make amends
I was lookin' towards the sky
But all I see is gray
I was born to be a dancer
But my feet get in the way

Tell me why-y-y Tell me why
Tell me why-y Tell me why

Well I was hopin' there was rhythm
I was hopin' there was rhyme
I was tryin' to beat the deadline
But runnin' out of time
I was wondrin' all the while
If the light was gonna shine
But clouds just kept on gloomin'
Tell me where to draw the line.

Answer man Answer man
Tell me who's the answer man?
Answer man Answer man
Tell me who's the answer man?

Well it isn't always easy
But it's not always that hard
To secure the information
When the whole world stands at guard
But the knowledge that you gain
Can be quickly swept away
When everything around you
Just seems to go astray

Answer man Answer man
Tell me who's the answer man?
Answer man Answer man
Tell me who's the answer man?

Well I was tryin' to catch a moment
I was tryin' to catch a star
I was flyin' through the clouds
I was wondrin' where you are
Are you here or are you there?
Were you ever really 'round?
Or was I in search of something
Which just was not to be found?

Answer man Answer man
Tell me where's the answer man?
Is he here? Is he gone?
Is he dead? Does he live on?

Song Length
4:06
Genres
Rock - Classic, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Restless, Stressed

Subject Matter
Life, Existence


Language
English

Lyric Credits Michael Baker
Music Credits Michael Baker
Producer Credits David Prescott
Performance Credits Michael Baker