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Hi Jeff, thanks for the review of B4U, Thanks for the feedback and ideas, always open. Thanks Jeff, peace, Drew
My pleasure Drew--there's a lot to like there. It's like some discovered song from the 70's that Hipsters would rave over finding the LP!!
Hey RZDS I used to live in Victoria (James Bay). I bet we know people in common. "Taste of Heaven" is full of potential!
Hey sounds good! violation is cool. check us out if you get a chance you might like it! thanks and keep up the good work
love the music Jeff, checked out your website, cool video - get a sore hand? anyway great man! I'll listen in soon, Drew - RZDS
What's up RZDS! Just wanted to stop in and say thank you for such an awesome review of 'Juggernaut'... I appreciate your comments and feedback! I listened to 'We the People' and 'Violation' while I was here, nice work! You guys have your own sound for sure...
Keep in touch and best of luck to you,
many thanx for your review of Let's Drive--hey you got the title right too!
all the best, warren hein/songwriter
Thanks for reviewing "You In My Life". Much success with your music!
Hi Sharon thanks for the connect, say love your music/sings. I also heard a few of your songs on the SYM website, your video live singin in the booth showed real passion, can't remember the song....listened to more of you soon. Drew - RZDS
Thanks Drew. My most current songs are on www.reverbnation.com. I'm pitching some of the newest ones to major record labels, artists, etc. Hope you like the new stuff. Haven't uploaded any of the new songs to my SYM page in a while though. Sharon
Good to know, I'll check in on that site. Best to you Sharon, Drew
Thanks Drew. Stop by anytime. God bless.
Let us know if you're ever travelling through Wisconsin - let's play together!
RZDS - always a pleasure stopping by your profile and listening to a few songs!
ROCK ON! Nils
Hi Robert, thanks or the review and comments on Taste of Heaven. Always appricated from you. This was a song writtin by Victori Zupanc and Rob, RZ, I was not on this one but I agree, good song. There was colaboration with other musicians from Minniapolis. They'll appriciate this, I'll pass it along.
Hi Drew. You're welcome. Thought that song was brilliant, as you know. See that it made the Canada Top 10 list. Congratulations. And... I'm very big on all your songs - Drew songs included. Really enjoy following you guys.
Hi, thanks for your positive and useful review of my tune "Clock On". Just been listening to some of your songs. They really keep moving along and the mixing across the two channels is impressive. Also, I like rock with a message - particularly We the People. Cheers, Ian
Just reviewed your song "Taste of Heaven." Didn't recognize that was you when reviewing that. You guys are amazing; just keep getting better and better! Enjoyed listening tremendously. Great structure, vocals, and guitar work. I'd like to heap more accolades on about this, but I don't have time -- I've got to listen to that tune again!
...even better the second time around. Purely epic. Loved the two guitars in the second solo section. Great work.
Hey Guys!!! Thank yous sooo much for such a positive and an uplifting review of my song "Karma"! Am happy you liked it although it's an old arrangement...but your review is gonna push me to reconsider a new arrangement! Cheers guys and Congrats on you making the Top 10 Chart with "Violation"!! All the best with your Music! Cheers!
Thank you for your great review of 'inception', I appreciate your comments.
Hey Rob and Drew, thanks for your review of my song "Frenetica." I recorded that a couple weeks ago, and after about two days I scrapped it; thought there was too much excessive noodling up front. Glad I brought it back now. Thanks for your feedback and thoughtful comments. "Almost like Steve Howe"? Hadn't thought of that, but am really flattered. Saw him play with Yes from, literally three feet away, back in the day. Wasn't familiar with their material then, but I noticed his fingers on that ascending scale on what I later learned was "Heart of the Sunrise" ...came home and tried to duplicate that (poor replica, but not so bad from memory hearing it once) and had fun with my, albeit abstract-simulated version of that riff for years.
Thanx for the killer review of my song Everyday. Take care. P.T.
Thanks, RZDS, for your positive comments on my song, "You Fed Me To The Wolves!"
Hi Ray, just droppin a line, look forward to your new tune soon! Demo sounded good. Peace Drew
Thanks for the review of my song "Honored". Glad you liked it!
hey guys ,we gotta stop meeting like this lol
big thanks for the kind words and review,keep the dream alive
Great stuff MGB,,peace, Drew
Awsome! So thats how it done in Arkansas..peace, Drew.
You guys are some bad mothers. Just listened to Taste of Heaven. Thanks for connecting. Darren Crisp
Hey Rob and Drew. Thanks for the review of my song "Hyperlocution." By your comments, I see that you "got it." I appreciate that. As I was recording that, it just sounded to me like high speed blabbermouth so I just went with it and recorded that guitar track in one shot, shooting for that effect. Big fun.
Hi Tanya, Karma, great tune. Good too check in with you, Your either enjoying a middle East heat or a great eastern Canadian winter, enjoy. Love your songs, you and your crew do a great job. peace Drew-RZDS
Hey Drew! So great to hear from you! Actually am enjoying Lebanon's wet & cold European kind of winter Cause nothing equals Eastern North American winter besides Russia & Co.! We're actually the only "Green country" in the Middle East also to have 4 seasons! Am ever grateful for your compliments makes me proud! Keep rockin' Drew! Cheers my fellow musician!
Hey Robert; End of Gravity is very cool. No really, "Don Henley meets Blue Oyster Cult, ok may be some very old Genisis. Nice piece my friend... Good to hear new stuff, thanks for that. Peace, Drew-RZDS.
Hi Drew. Good to hear from you again. Thanks for the comparisons. Hadn't really thought of those, but appreciate it. This gives me a chance to tell my favorite Genesis story. Saw them in L.A. back in the seventies. Peter Gabriel was wearing a long black cape like thing that hung from his shoulders to the floor, front and back. He also had a mask on that was on his face and another on the back of his head, so you couldn't tell which was front or back as he was singing (he would alternately face front and back). As the song hit a climactic point the front (?) of the mask and cape, exploded off and shot (high speed) just over heads the audience, on a wire that ran to the back of the hall. I'd say about 400 people nearly had heart attacks from that. Now THAT'S audience participation.
Right, good one to be at. I think thats why he was too much for the band at that time, Mike and Phil weren't all that theatrical. Thery're all great anyway. Keep rockin, Drew
Well, I can see that I guess. I thought the end of the original line up could be forecast with The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, and when I saw them (just before that) Peter Gabriel was all theatrical; singing from inside a big plastic bubble and 11 other stunts (like the one mentioned above). Interesting, but I'd prefer seeing a band that just lays it down with the focus on that. Of course we were all jaded after the zenith of rock theatricality; the 18" replica of Stonehenge being lowered onto the stage.
yOU GUYS ROCK! Drew RZDS
thanks for the review on When you look away Barry; Drew RZDS
Thanks for the rev on Take me home, great suggestions. Drew