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Thank you for reviewing my song "The Seed" Very Nice, glad you liked it! Sincerely, Lori
Thanks for your detailed feedback on Rat Racer, which I will be sure to consider when I rework the song :)
With best wishes
Thanks For Your Great review Steve!!!
Thank you for your great review of my song "I wonder why". All the best to you!!
Thanks For your Review Of Normalcy Bias!!!
Your welcome, great piece of music.
Thanks For the Great Review Of Normalcy Bias!
Here is our Brand New SONG!
i'll check it out some time--keep up the great composing!--YEAH!--NJ
Tanks John For your Wonderful review!!!
I see you just reviewed my song "Crazy Good Day." So... right back atcha! I appreciate your thoughts and yeah, I've been meaning to bring the "doos" up on that second turnaround.
Joel Carriere is the president and owner of Dine Alone Records, Bedlam Music Management, and S.C.E.N.E. Music Festival. He was more than happy to give 10 mins of his time and has our CD. What a great influence!!!
TRES KEWL - indeed. took a look/listen to some of the act they rep. good company you keep.
Hope it works out for you. In a sea of good, your music is really compelling and innovative. You're Canadian so at least you can count on some health care when taking a leap (Ontario must be the economically strongest province).
Thanks For Your Review Of Evidence Revealed!!!
"Could the vocals come earlier to hook the listener?"
We use this track for our live show intro to give it a different perspective.
Thanks For your review!!! We will take your advice into careful consideration!
Yeah - I loved the song man - it would be fun to mix it if you ever would consider dropboxing me the tracks on a monday morning haha! I love the sound
Sure, it would be cool to see what you would do. What format would you like the stems in?
Thanks for your review! Just a note tho, it put "rough" in the title form a reason...lol. That was just a "bones version"...the
electric version was posted yesterday..check it out!
YEah after I reviewed the song I checked it out - great tune man!
How did you record the acoustic it sounds stereo miced?
Not Sure if this question is for us but Acoustic with an XY pattern and doubled with either a pickup or Blumlein
Great Review Ofd our Song Normalcy Bias. Thank You Soo much
Consider us Fans Too!!!
Your sound is AMAZING!
Thanks you so much for your great review!!!
You are very welcome!!! All the Best to you and may God Bless!!!
Canadian Music Week here in Toronto. So Many Bands Sooo little time!
Great Conversations with Marc Scarpa and Eric Alper but tongue tied with Bob Lefsetz.
Thanks for the great review of Elliott'S End!!!
Thank you for your thoughtful review of Evidence Revealed. We are definitely fans of your work also!!
A-Imps... there'll always be some shaman out there to tell us the future of music. This is the Rolling Stone review of Led Zep 1. A group hailed as the greatest rock and roll band of all time. I mean to see Jimmy Page and the words "writer of weak, unimaginative songs" in the same sentence boggles the mind.
By JOHN MENDELSOHN
March 15, 1969
The popular formula in England in this, the aftermath era of such successful British bluesmen as Cream and John Mayall, seems to be: add, to an excellent guitarist who, since leaving the Yardbirds and/or Mayall, has become a minor musical deity, a competent rhythm section and pretty soul-belter who can do a good spade imitation. The latest of the British blues groups so conceived offers little that its twin, the Jeff Beck Group, didn't say as well or better three months ago, and the excesses of the Beck group's Truth album (most notably its self-indulgence and restrictedness), are fully in evidence on Led Zeppelin's debut album.
Jimmy Page, around whom the Zeppelin revolves, is, admittedly, an extraordinarily proficient blues guitarist and explorer of his instrument's electronic capabilities. Unfortunately, he is also a very limited producer and a writer of weak, unimaginative songs, and the Zeppelin album suffers from his having both produced it and written most of it (alone or in combination with his accomplices in the group).
The album opens with lots of guitarrhythm section exchanges (in the fashion of Beck's "Shapes of Things" on "Good Times Bad Times," which might have been ideal for a Yardbirds' B-side. Here, as almost everywhere else on the album, it is Page's guitar that provides most of the excitement. "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" alternates between prissy Robert Plant's howled vocals fronting an acoustic guitar and driving choruses of the band running down a four-chord progression while John Bonham smashes his cymbals on every beat. The song is very dull in places (especially on the vocal passages), very redundant, and certainly not worth the six-and-a-half minutes the Zeppelin gives it.
Two much-overdone Willie Dixon blues standards fail to be revivified by being turned into showcases for Page and Plant. "You Shook Me" is the more interesting of the two -- at the end of each line Plant's echo-chambered voice drops into a small explosion of fuzz-tone guitar, with which it matches shrieks at the end.
The album's most representative cut is "How Many More Times." Here a jazzy introduction gives way to a driving (albeit monotonous) guitar-dominated background for Plant's strained and unconvincing shouting (he may be as foppish as Rod Stewart, but he's nowhere near so exciting, especially in the higher registers). A fine Page solo then leads the band into what sounds like a backwards version of the Page-composed "Beck's Bolero," hence to a little snatch of Albert King's "The Hunter," and finally to an avalanche of drums and shouting.
In their willingness to waste their considerable talent on unworthy material the Zeppelin has produced an album which is sadly reminiscent of Truth. Like the Beck group they are also perfectly willing to make themselves a two- (or, more accurately, one-a-half) man show. It would seem that, if they're to help fill the void created by the demise of Cream, they will have to find a producer (and editor) and some material worthy of their collective attention.
I believe this album is considered a classic. Who knew.... with the exception of the critic, just about everyone else! I say "Swing away Merrill"
Authentic Imperfection is 3 piece so far.
WE appreciate reviews saying drums would improve song but we do not record anything we don't have. Of-course drums would be amazing and we are on the lookout.
"Its very creative but creativity needs to say something"
--Quote from Review for "Evidence Revealed"
I love Reviews!!! but when reviewing I keep in mind "Can we say the same thing about our music???'
Dear A-Imps, "say something" hmmmm, It spoke volumes to me.
And as far as drums, I dunno. I didn't miss em. Your work is very powerful and while drums may or may not augment your sound it's the kind of work that you like on the first listen. Each of your works is like a journey. Sure glad I took the trips.
That means soo much to us!!! This is why we make music. We believe there is good in all music. It seems the critics have been out weighing the Lovers. We love playing these songs as much as your feedback'
all of your songs are great! sound like good licensing opps for movies!
Boy.... I tell ya, talk about playin outside the dots. Those are all wonderful works. Every time a song ended, I imagined the crowd rising to its feet to applaud you. Bravo............. kenney
Wow! That means so much to us!!! Thank you so much!
Thank for The Review Jeff your comments are much appreciated!. I will keep your production advice in mind but as for now we only record what we can present live. Cheers!
I like your approach and sound. Did you consciously pick a vulva as your artwork? lol
And Normalcy Bias is damn good. You merely need to connect with the people who will love your music. This is very artistic, complex, and mature.
A Therapist might say the mind sees what it sees. Jeff you see a Vulva!. Thanks for your great comments!
Actually I see the complete kit. What do you see? I don't mean to be lurid, just found the image startling. But I find your music much more startling and rewarding.
That's funny, I see a hooded figure.... And yes AI, you've got a great sound. I've listened to all of your tracks since I reviewed that one a week or so ago. I'm a fan... :)
'Spice Worm' from DUNE.
Wait a minute............ Volvo's? I don't see any Volvo's. Actually the little picture looked like a piston to me. I thought maybe they were from Detroit.
The Music Industry will change when the music changes!
Authentic Imperfection aims at ignoring the rules of structure. We in NO WAY wanna do whats been already done. Everyone is looking for something new but when they find it they are unable to understand. Art is expression which means there are no rules!.
Where's the like button?!?!? Couldn't agree more.
Hi, me again, just listened to a couple of your tracks......superb!!!, I'll get back for more later. Thanks
Hi, Thanks for the great review of 'Only In Quiet Times' not my usual genre to tell you the truth, I'm more contemporary acoustic but I'm pleased with the way this turned out. Thanks again and good luck
Your Welcome John Thanks for the kind words!!!
Thanks for your Review of Evidence Revealed!! Your feedback is awesome. Meagan is our Vocalist and Cellist (no midi here!).
Hey, not a problem. Very interesting sound. I don't really listen to Florence The Machine, but I know they have that similar sound. Very unique, though as your own spin is on that song. I really enjoyed it, and welcome to Broadjam!
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Thank you for reviewing "Secret Place". Your comments were well thought out and very helpful. I like reviews that do that. So thank you again.
Your Welcome! I enjoyed listening
Hey thanks for your review of "AUTOTUNED".
Your Welcome! It is a great song!