Bob Birthisel

Bob Birthisel

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Country - Rock | Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 975   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 11/29/2020
   Sounds Like: John Mayer, The Eagles

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Song Description

Equal parts Progressive & Blues Rock, featuring dynamic chord progression with a blistering guitar solo & timing changes, over a wall-of-sound backdrop. Think Black Country Communion, Yes, Deep Purple & Dixie Dregs.

Story Behind the Song

Edited instrumental version of my song "What About My Reward"

Broadjam Member Reviews

this instrumental hits all the marks - love the snare tone with just the right amount of reverb. Nice groove established with a very nice lead guitar throughout - sounds free and yet adhering to the melodic sense of the song. bass growl is wonderful and the guitar tone is great - love how the 2nd guitar (that carries the feel) is perfectly placed in the mix - not too forward, not too back - just right!

    - paul sandberg

This is a well mixed, well performed, well recorded instrumental. It definitely sounds like it is all the instrument tracks from a song, that has had the vocal part muted. It is all ready for a lyric. There are good changes that help hold a listeners interest. Very important if there is no lyric. It sounds like maybe a Van Halen Voice would fit here. Nice lead work in the middle. Nice break with the bit of echo there. Nice symbol sound playing on the off beats in the middle there. The drums and bass drive the song right along. Cool ending!

    - Phil Bouldry

Song Length
Rock - Progressive Rock, Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Tense, Aggressive

Subject Matter
Power, Darkness

Similar Artists
Joe Bonamassa, Steve Morse Band
No Language
1980 - 1989

Music Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Producer Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Publisher Credits Worldwide Birthisel Publishing (ASCAP)