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The Story of the Organ Player

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Jul 21, 2009 | 1:18 AM EDT
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5.9 MB
4 min 19 sec
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2.84 / 5.00

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Rated 2.84 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Southern Flavor - Blues
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Author Comments

My first concept song. It'll be on my concept album Seven, with seven different stories, by VIIOrange!

Rate fairly.

This is the story of an organ player, and his/her encounters with other musicians.

i: 0:00 - 1:15: The two siblings: the organ player, and the piano player.
The two siblings end up wanting to have their own solo career, and so the piano player faded away from his/her sibling, leaving the organ player all on their own on the lonely road of Broadway.

ii: 1:15 - 1:31: A fateful meeting: the organ player, and the guitarist.
It was a bit awkward at first for the organ player, although the guitarist's personality slowly faded in and molded itself to be a match of style.

iii: 1:31 - 2:12: Conflicting personalities: the organ player, the guitarist, and the bassist.
The new bassist easily matched the style of the organ player, while the guitarist was gradually moving off from the main tune and developing his/her own style, until the point that the musician faded away to go off on their own, leaving the organ player and the bassist to manage their own shows without the help of a third.

iv: 2:12 - 2:36: Overworking: the organ player, and the bassist.
With the guitarist gone, the bassist tried to make up for the missing sound by playing harder and louder, sending more shivering bass-vibes across the stage. The bassist was always on good terms with the organ player, but due to the overworking effort he/she was putting in to the shows, a terminal illness overcame him/her.

v: 2:36 - 3:42: Shifting beats: the organ player, and the drummer.
The new addition to the musical effort, the drummer, quickly offered his own musical advice, thus giving new beats to the cause. However unlike the bassist and like the guitarist, the drummer wasn't totally able to sync to the organ player's lead, leading to the inevitable departure.

vi: 3:42 - 4:13: Moving on: the organ player.
The organ player had found himself/herself alone, but due to this he/she was able to adapt his/her playing prowess. The alone time on Broadway had truly become a solo, as the keyboard playing itself had taken in solo-playing elements that were so outstanding, that the keyboard player faded down into the books of renown history and many greatest hit albums.

vii: 4:13 - 4:18: Encore: the organ player.
Years gone by, the sound of the organ player can still be heard.

Reviews


KalapsiaKalapsia

Rated 2 / 5 stars

The description is unneccesary.

This sound like either its from garage band or complete MIDI rip of a jazz song and you just improvised some of it. There is a inconsistency in all of your songs, which I took the time to actually listen. The bass that comes in the middle WAY too loud, and you should have thought to turn it down a notch. You choice's of synths are just terrible, you can find free ones all over the net if you spent some time on it.
I doubt you put any effort into at least making this sound like a remake, and I do doubt you wrote ANY of these notes. Sorry to say but put more effort into things next time.

4/10

1/5 3.39 / 5.00 (- 0.36)


VIIOrange responds:

I doubt there is inconsistency in all of my tunes. Thanks for the review though.


lakaiskatelakaiskate

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not so special

I don't see why you bother putting such a massive description when fundamentally this is just a jam and nothing else. Any half-talented band of people could get together, name a key and improvise some sort of song like this. You obviously put a lot of effort into it but it could be better spent.


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VIIOrange responds:

Thank you.


LundsfrydLundsfryd

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I rather like it..

It is a solid melody. And Im a sucker for the organ. But this would not make much sence without that wall of text. And I think that music should be able to stand on it's own. There are some blues elements in here, but I think it is pretty obvious that this belongs in the latin section. Good work..


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VIIOrange responds:

In no way do I hear any latin genre sound, and I'm pretty sure that as I was recording this I had the idea set in my mind that this was to be a song that goes with a piece. The "wall of text" is there because it's -part- of the song. This song isn't meant to be standalone. Think of the "wall of text" as lyrics to the song. They go together.

All this saying, if you see it as the music and the text seperated, then you're a shallow person. But I do thank you for the review, and appreciate that you bothered to read my "wall of text". Check in every now and then.


MichaelJMichaelJ

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Haha

Brilliant, i love it.


VIIOrange responds:

I wish you said what part of it took off one point, though. Feedback is appreciated.