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Credits & Info

Date
04/13/2008
File Info
Song
5.6 MB
6 min 8 sec
Score
4.09 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.09 / 5 stars
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4,138 Plays | 416 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

This is an updated and extended version of one of my previous submissions, Farmland. I had received a request to add more onto the song, and I felt it needed to be so. You may also notice a change in note.. I thought it was something of a new change to add diversity to the track.

With that said, I also believe new imaging had come to my mind. Happiness and love played a big part in the creation of this song, however I also felt worry. It was worry for someone I love that is not feeling at all well. Emotions drove to this creation, yet feel free to leave your own story here in the review panel. I enjoy reading them and I'll tell you what I think about your thoughts!

Reviews


micvicmicvic

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2008

nice

this is a sweet sound a all that work that went into it. this is so good that you could be counted as great an artist as meastrorange, i mean is almost perfect. but only problem is that the fading is a bit to arupt so keep that in mind for ferther peices. (the ending fade was perfect, the fading i'm worried about is the ones in the middle of the song. other then that its a peice of art.


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The-Indifferent-OneThe-Indifferent-One

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 21, 2008

Touching...

but i feel that the original was better. Both reveal truth to the listener but the original was shorter, and thus sweeter. Both pieces touch my heart somewhere deep, but the original seems to hold on that much longer.I truly commend you on creating a piece that captures simplicity itself, it makes me want to come back and listen to it over and over untill the end of time. Good luck and good health...continue making songs like this...I beg of you.

Sincerest wishes,
The-Indifferent-One



SquishypuffDaveSquishypuffDave

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 15, 2008

My sincerest apologies, but...

I liked the first one much better, even if you weren't satisfied by the ending. I liked that ending (despite the abrupt cutting off of the reverb). I like the instrumentation in the first one better too, the sound seemed... fuller. I don't think the soft piano part at the end needed expanding either; it was perfect as it was and I found myself hanging onto every note. As beautiful as this is, I hope you understand why I like the first Farmland better.


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Bosa responds:

Why are you apologizing? You liked the first one better, and you want people to know. You've accomplished that, so you don't have to apologize for liking something.

-Bosa


SquakeSquake

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 13, 2008

B.E.A. -utiful

Amazing.
It's basically standing on the line of truly awsome and perfection.
The only thing in this song that even slightly bothered me was the ukelele (the weird twangy thing in the begining at around 1:00). If I was going to even think about docking a point just because of that I would have slapped my self, because the rest of the song completly overrides the irritation.
Again, awesome song, good job, I wants more!
XD


Bosa responds:

The instrument you were referring to is called a Dobro.

Thanks for the review anyways,
Bosa


Seifer199Seifer199

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 13, 2008

Unbelievable!

Amazing...

It seems you've captured in this song what could be the very essence of the passage of time.
You have truely made a wonder of a track here, and I thank you for the experience.