What a lovely song , well performed . Quite enchanting .
nice guitar work, good vocals ,well sung and arranged
Here's a great ballad/story song that has a definite beginning and a sad end. Crystal clear vocals showcase lyrics that could stand alone as a poem, but the artist puts them to music beautifully. This song almost has jazz undertones. Great lyric writing; original rhymes. Love the guitar solo instrumental. The ending of the song leaves the listener hoping for a sequel. Favorite lyric: Collar up to the morning cold. I'm seeing a cowboy...
Very nice presentation and lots of dynamic changes. I really liked the tone on the instruments throughout and the vocal has a John Sebastian-like quality that fits the song.
Really liked this, great soft electric sound with a laid back, late evening feel. really liked the chord modulation to enhance the delivery of the lyric. Well sung and recorded with an airy and open reverb giving the listener a semi live acoustic wrap. Thanks.
lyrics are kind of sad....sounded a little Jazzy to me, instrument wise....did he end up alone? I think he did.
Very pretty song and excellent heart felt lyrics! Excellent instrumentation.
Very nice story song. Like the guitar work. Has an easy-going smooth recording and lush, spacey arrangement. Very unique melody that draws the listener in and captures my attention and keeps it. A very nice song for a movie or TV show with it's free-form, free-flowing atmosphere. Nice job, thanks for sharing......
I like the guitar introduction and the way the song starts - the sound of the drums are very good as well - I also like how the keyboards mellow the song out, very cool lead guitar too. Sounds a little like Steely Dan.
I really liked this track, and can totally see where you are coming from with this. Engaging all the way with some delightful touches.
Especially like the melody/tune direction.
This is certainly unique. Both voice, lyrics and instrumentation seem to shift from one style to another, and strangely enough, the effect is both interesting and very pleasant to listen to. The voice is melodious, even beautiful , but also vulnerable and hesitant and strong in turn. The music starts tentatively, as if the musicians have not quite settled in before one of them starts. I don't think that is intentional, it is the recording, but It is sort of endearing. And then follow surprises in sound and lyrics. I like the eclectic sounds of this a lot.