John Masarone

John Masarone

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Rock - Alternative | West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,143   
Member Since: 2017
   Last Login: 1/11/2021
   Sounds Like: XTC, Steely Dan, The Beatles, Todd Rundgren

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Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


very cool concept, lyrics on Sun and Rain--i'd suggest what i do sometimes...another singer might do a better job--and trust me i mean no offense, again well produced as well...wh

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John Masarone posted over 30 days ago


Thanks Warren!


Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


hey john nice production on Tell Me What You Want To Hear--them drums sound real?? if not well done mixing either way...cheers to you, Warren Hein

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John Masarone posted over 30 days ago


Thanks Warren!


Different Moon posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


Hey John, congrats on the new album. It's always a great feeling of accomplishment and creative joy. Best, Jim

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John Masarone posted over 30 days ago


Thanks Jim!


James Burns posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


Thanks for the review of my song Blue Ridge Mtn Home. Youe the firt person who didnt get it but made my point for me. Its not supposed to move forward as you say. Each verse tells its own story. Paint a picture in your head? Yer review is the lowest review I had of My Blue Ridge Mtn Home since it been on here.

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John Masarone posted over 30 days ago


For me it was a highly rated song. A good one even if I didn't get it.


Radiation Mountain posted over 30 days ago


It's important to keep in mind that Broadjam is a low stakes arena, and that's a good thing. The impression that our music makes on others is something that we can get here with a blinded honesty. This is how we get away from self-inflation, girlfriend/mom smoke blowing, and delusions of grandeur. When we ask for a review we ask for someone's opinion. If the review is respectful we need to honor that opinion even if we don't agree. I read John's positive comments, and they were glowing feedback. And it's a very good tune. Quibbling over points is not worth anyone's time.


Randal Dunkle posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


Thanks for your review on my song "At the foot of the cross" John - I will work on EQ problems.
Thanks,


   
 
Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


very cool tell me what you want to hear...if we think of the music biz, this tune FITS PERFECTLY as well as the intended...peace bro, love it...
wh


   
 
Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


very cool tell me what you want to hear...if we think of the music biz, this tune FITS PERFECTLY as well as the intended...peace bro, love it...
wh


   
 
Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to John Masarone


Hey John, many thanks for your review of my tune Too Much I Don't Know--good production notes sir, and i get them, but it's done and over now, being almost a decade gone...my producer did what i told him, so all the minor negatives are on me--you were very kind in your review however, so no complaints!! LOL...peace bro...and with respect for you and your music...
Warren Hein


   
 
John Masarone posted over 30 days ago to lost on foot


Thank you for spending time reviewing my song, Don't Do It. It is much appreciated.

   
 
John Masarone posted over 30 days ago to MGB


MGB, Thank you again for reviewing my songs and for the kind comments! Yes, I had The Beatles and ELO in mind when writing and recording One Last Try Tonight.

   
 
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