Introducing Mister Frisky

Introducing Mister Frisky

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Rock - General | west palm beach, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 189   
Member Since: 2018
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Kansas, Stanley Clarke

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Song Description

Mid Tempo "GROOVE ROCK" featuring electric guitar and slap style bass!

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Let me start by saying that I was in the mood for some funk rock, because I was just listening to a old school greasy New Orleans funk rock band called The Meters and some Dave Matthews Band as well while driving home from band rehearsal tonight. So Instead of doing my usual random search for a song review I did a custom one and selected funk rock as the genre. And your song come in through my speakers.. I can't say without a doubt that this song falls into the funk rock category. It may hint to it at times but not definitively. I think this track identifies more personally as a psychedelic progressive rock song. Lot's of influences coming from the classic progressive rock world. All the instruments were executed nicely. Cool guitar riffs and tones as well as some juicy old school synth tones as well. But the bass guitar stole the show in my opinion, and the tone was spot on for it. Good job!! The artist found some nice and creative ways to effortlessly blend together some very notey and progressive not so easy to get away with parts. ( and I mean that with all the respect in the world) Hats off to the writer for writing and performing a complex song that kept me interested enough to listen to it 4 times in a row

    - Ante Novaselic

Really great sound here. Nice intro, and the repeated riff that begins at the 40 second mark is dynamite. Great guitar work and all instrumentation fits really well. Kind of sounds like Hendrix meets Edgar Winter. Really cool piece.

    - MGB
Associated Videos

Video - A Slap On The Bass Is Worth Two In The Face
A Slap On The Bass Is Worth Two In The Face

Vintage 1920's exploitation at its best. Just cut out the bad acting and leave the REALLY bad acting and what you have is............a matter of opinion!

Song Length
Rock - Funk, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)

Similar Artists
Stanley Clarke, Kansas

Music Credits Danny Lovett/Keith Livingston
Producer Credits Danny Lovett
Publisher Credits Frolick'N Music
Performance Credits Introducing Mister Frisky
Label Credits Frolick'N Music