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Man, what a musician, I can listen to the guy forever
Snow in Phoenix ,must be Christmas that song is truly a gift brother
Heard a few real jems
Such a talent bjam isnt big enough for your magnificence
What a diverse, inspirational songwriter this is. Every song is haunting, spiritual, and full of emotion celebrating the human condition. The world has yet to discover this treasure of his prose. You leave us all longing for more. Modern music is shallow and cookie cutter corporate profit driven fodder, and out on the edge is this masterful songman. Give us more!!!!!!!!
I love the new song Very cute I'm going to come see you as soon as josh finishes this job and I can take the truck. But I will see you on saturday at the maturnity ward right?
hey jim--just stopped by to say hello--i see your brother charlie all the time--cheers--joe.
Hey Joe, let him know I said Hi, nice hearing from you
Hi Dad, I'm loving the CD you sent for Christmas! I absolutely LOVE "The Legend of Jimbo Baggins" SO great!!!
Thanks for your review of all you got, its had lots of positive reviews for a song that was written, produced, and posted on Broadjam in 33 minutes!
Thank you for the terrific review of "You Call It Love." A Hap, hap, happy New Year to you too!
And to you too. Great song, great production
JIMBO BAGGINS !!.........GENIUS !!
Thanks for the review of All you got! It is a wierd song and has got a lot of feedback from strange to " I see a man looking over pics of women in his kitchen" so it's connected somehow. The song is recorded and written in 33 minutes from start to post on broadjam!!!! Thanks again, ---Jim
Thanks for the great review of "a journey". The vocals in all our music is by me ( as is all instrumentation) so the key choice it limited to my limited vocal ability so you we right on that it could be a higher key! Thanks for you time---Jim
thanks for the honest review of "All You've Got". This song was a joke that was originally titled 33mtf as it was written and recorded in "33 minutes to finish". It is an experimental piece about insanity and has got glowing reviews from all but you. The joke is I agree with you and thought it just creepy instrumentally and vocally. but most seem to like it. We (my brother the lyricist) and I primarily do country but have fooled around with other genre for fun as we are just learning to do this. Thanks again for your input---Jim
Thanks for the great review of "Allugot". It's an experimental piece about insanity I thought no one would get. Like the rest of my (and my brothers) pieces, it is minimalist and rough. Really appreciate the review!!!
How cute, is that Sofia singing "What a Day" ???
yup, I am in the process of writing on for Bella
I miss your Altoids can full of rice!
i have to better the production quality that i may aspire to be a fart sniffer
Changin 4 nuthin, great song
Thanks for your helpful review of Tears that never dry
Hi Felice, Your positive review of "love of a lifetime" was very inspiring to me and my brother Bob who primarily does most of the lyrics. We are new at this and I am recording the music and vocals on a free internet program called Audacity. I know we would sound much better without me playing and singing every song as I am not much of a musician but the love of it and effort is there! Its great to get feedback from accomplished artists such as yourself and thanks again for the kind review. Its great motivation to do better! thanks again---J E Fleurent (Jim)
All You Got Revised! Jordan asks WHY WHY WHY! lol lyrics are good but your voice is kinda creepy! Sorry to say we got a good laugh ...hehehe"Saying it with love"
Its supposed to be creepy! Read into the story of the song on the notes!
I love your song "Not Changin' 4 Nutin" Sounds great Dad!
Ok, ok, but change your name to Beth Zablowski so no one Knows its my daughter!
you know I sing for me, so It's great you found something for you
i cant see your whole picture,but im thinking you got big floppy shoes .and a cumberbun
Thanks for the great review of "all you've got", The song was an experiment to write and record and post on broadjam as fast as possible! The original title was 33mtf (33 minutes to finish) and it is as you have described, intentionally haunting and minimalist. Thanks again----J E
Thanks for reviewing Any time or anyday Christopher, We are new at this ( two months) and are learning. My brother Bob started it by writing lyrics, then I started collaborating with him then arranging, producing and playing the instruments. ( singing, recording ) This tune is the only one that has a guest guitarist on lead from the band Mad Rain, Gene Lyska, and he is terrific. Thanks again---J E Fleurent
all i got was a pain in my gut from splitting it laughing
Jim, thanks for the honest review. It's really helpful. My brother and I have been doing songs for two months now and are just learning how to do it. I do the singing and all the instrumentation. and record it on a free internet program called audacity. we got a long way to go before we get pro vocalists are players so our work is raw. on my site there are stronger songs ( but the vocals are still me ) that have got some good reviews. Your rewiew was very thorough are right on. Great music ear, thanks----Jim Fleurent
Hey Jim, you did a great job, considering you recorded the track on Audacity! Only two months?! I think it's great you and your brother are working together on songs. You've already come a long way in two months. You're in the right web community to get encouragement and your writing/recording can only get better by participating in this site. If you're on PC, Sony's "Acid Music Studio" is a good entry level Digital Audio Workstation and cost less than $100 (I think it's about the 50 mark in the US.) It's got a range of sounds and built-in effects and will give you a good standard of demo production. You can cut your teeth on that then move on to the fully-pro version AcidPro. If you're a MAC user, then Garageband '09 which comes pre-loaded with the machine is absolutely great and easy to use.
Thanks for the great review of " Believe Me" That track features Soozie Tyrell from Bruce Springsteens band on fiddle and was considered for a Grammy in 2008.
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your welcome, your music and production are great. world class music
tHANKS FOR THE KIND REVIEW AGAIN JOE---best to you, Jim
Thanks for the great review Joe,getting better at recording day by day, now if I could only sing!----Jim
christmas blues/charlie says thanks for the new guitar strings/see ya-joe.