Jimmy Joe Lee

Jimmy Joe Lee

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Boulder Creek, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,693   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Radiation Mountain posted over 30 days ago to Jimmy Joe Lee


Hey Jimmy Joe --thanks for the review and follow up! It's nice to meet you, and your music reminds me of Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings (the two I listened to). ~Jeff

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Jimmy Joe Lee posted over 30 days ago


Just saw your post. Can a review be redone? If so I'm glad to do it.


Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat posted over 30 days ago to Jimmy Joe Lee


Hey Jimmy Joe!! When I read your comments about my song "Sunqeen", I was amazed at your comments that you couldn't hear it. Then, Al Corey said the same thing, listened to it again a few days later and said that then the sound was there. Giving all 2's really hurt my ratings. I was wondering if you could give it another listen, because I think I did have an electronic glitch. If you listen and agree it's better, please have your review removed----it was the lowest review I ever had of that song. All the Musical Best!! Pat

   
 
Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat posted over 30 days ago to Jimmy Joe Lee


Hi Jimmy! Thanks for the review of "SunQueen,"
#1 in Florida and #1 in Chicago Blues!


   
 
Mitch Siegal posted over 30 days ago to Jimmy Joe Lee


Thanks for the review jimmy, save the world has been considered and selected for so many listings I've lost count. But for some reason it's always a brides maid so to speak. Maybe if I re recorded it professionally and someone with a better suited vocal sang it, it would go all the way.
Who knows, thanks again for the review my friend.


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Jimmy Joe Lee posted over 30 days ago


I suspect you can sing it just fine. The problem, in my opinion, is not the backing track. Its the vocal mix/eq or possibly just too much reverb. The words to the song are very important. Did you double track the vocal? I'm guessing you did not. I'm not suggesting that you do. You understand the words because you know what they are. A third party... not so much.

I don't know what part of the country you live but why not invest in getting it professionally mastered?