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Jan 23, 2008 | 2:13 PM EST
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3.4 MB
3 min 41 sec
Score
4.32 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This is another piano song by me, NB helped me by giving tips on remastering, thanks NB. It's all in major key so no jazz this time. If there are any singers interested, please let me know.

Enjoy
Reviews are appreciated.

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monikeromonikero

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow.

I really, really like this particular piece. Even without the singer, this is utterly superb. This might just be the pinnacle of your works as far as I am concerned. Excellent, superb, stupendous, truly majestic, wonderful, heartfelt, CRAZY GOOD, whatever you want to call it, in one word: amazing. All I can say is, if you put this on CD or iTunes, once you finish your rainbow, I'd most certainly buy, just for this one piece. Keep it up. I look forward to hearing from you, both in song and word, again.
-monikero


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ShanusShanus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Excellent

I really liked it, quite easy going, nothing I could fault with it, just not my sort of music. Just I liked the piano, very good. Nice track

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BezmanBezman

Rated 4 / 5 stars

SoR2 ending-esque vibe. Major chill.

This song really reminds me of the Streets of RAge 2 ending. Just the whole vibe. The simple, measured piano. The Jazz-bar-esque beats, the soft stringy thing (is it a violin synth?) that flits in to give it an extra element...

The main piano melody is brilliant - though rhythmically simple, it's got a complex, meandering melody.

My one crit is that it feels like another instrument should creep in around 1:42. Maybe that singer you're after? That would boost it a bit imo, give it an extra dimension.

Best of luck finding someone to collaborate with.

In the meantime, I'm keeping this on my iTunes.

As an aside, is that a real piano (as opposed to a keyboard)? It's recorded flawlessly.

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FattyWhaleFattyWhale

Rated 5 / 5 stars

(title in work)

Well, no surprises here. As I listen to all your stuff, nothing ceases to amaze me in the quality and proffesionalism of each song you make. Like Coop said, it's something that you haven't become a pro musician, but then I suppose you'd have to remove your work from NG and then I'd have to buy it. But I definitely would!


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CoopCoop

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Turn professional!

This is a truly amazing piece and I'm surprised that if you haven't already become a professional musician, you need to consider it.

While this is a nice gig on the side, you gould be pulling in a large audience who would pay good money (real money) to listen to you perform. There is no higher praise that I can give for this piece, as you have certainly smoothed out a few earlier rough edges in your style and this sounds eerily reminiscent of the one tune played at the end of a certain Lee Evans gig. He's a funny man, but he can play a good piano as well.

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