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Date
06/02/2010
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Song
2.4 MB
2 min 38 sec
Score
4.33 / 5.00

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From my album "Devotional"

http://www.amazon.com/Dev otional-Marky-Spark/dp/B0 083L3VAO/ref=sr_1_2?s=mus ic&ie=UTF8&qid=1341405939 &sr=1-2

This piece was composed for the homeless person I tried to help. I thought he was telling me the truth all the time but alas he lied to me from the beginning and stole from me. You just can't trust anyone these days, makes me sad and reflects in the piece. Thanks for listening.

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ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 26, 2011

Butterscotch, yo!

This is a nice song because it just has a very soothing melody to it. It was interesting to find out that this was actually inspired by a homeless person you met. I guess he wasn't much of a Mr. Truth after all? It seems like you were trying to come up with something more complicated for a theme judging by the name, but it's still nice. The only problem is that it does get a bit repetitive. It still works because a soft melody is something that most people should enjoy.

It looks like everything was done from piano. It kind of makes you wonder if you can put out the music sheets that have the notes for this song. I didn't find the song to be sad, just soft. I can understand how it gets sadder at the end because, well, it was the end and it seemed to conclude itself without resolving anything. Hopefully that homeless guy will see the light someday...



Flying-penFlying-pen

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 31, 2011

A kind heart

How very poetic. I admire you for your work. ^^ I cried inside when I listened and read you describtion.

Sorry to hear your sad story, but desperate people make disperate actions. I'm sorry that the consequenses fell upon you, but I really respect you for trying to help him. I would never do such thing in the real life, 'cause I always accuse homeless for theives. So sad some live up to that. :(



HailTheHypnotoadHailTheHypnotoad

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 27, 2010

Amazing Work!!!

I'd just like to let you know I made an account now just to tell you how good of a job you have done with creating these fine pieces.

I've been meaning to make one for a while, just to praise you, but I just kept forgetting. Anyways, your music is amazing and inspiring. Good luck with all future pieces my friend. :)


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MarkySpark responds:

Nice to have a new friend. I am overwhelmed by your kindness. May lady luck shine down upon thee :-)


FatKidWitAJetPakFatKidWitAJetPak

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 24, 2010

Nice to see some storytelling from experiences!

Man, its awesome to hear a story being told thorugh the keys of a piano. It is very nicely dont. The odd off tune sounds you put in there had that sort of "You can trust me hehehe" feeling to them. A sense of harmony, yet a sense of lies were twisted throughout the keys.

I could see a poor homeless man attempting to drag money out of you, claiming he was telling the truth about his misfortunes, and then running away with an evil grin on his face in the end.


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MarkySpark responds:

You are a gifted reviewer, I like you a lot :-)


ThatBalloonManThingThatBalloonManThing

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 10, 2010

Lovely Job

I really like this. It raises its volume in just the right places. Sorry for forgetting that term that properly describes that.


MarkySpark responds:

Thank you very much my friend.