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Vadim Maltsev - Dreams

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Uploaded
Jan 14, 2013 | 10:15 PM EST
File Info
Song
7.9 MB
3 min 8 sec
Score
3.10 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.10 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
627 Plays | 27 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
dreams
vadyarus
vadim
maltsev

Author Comments

My first original song that I'm quite happy with! Anyways, enjoy and download if you please!

Lyrics:

Close your eyes,
And let the drowsiness take up your time,
As we explore into the land of dreams,
Where someone's anyone or anything,
But then again...

Let's take the time to think about where we are,
And where we are going,
Oh-oh-wah-oh!

Candy hearts,
Make me your valentine so please be mine,
Though you always tell me "in your dreams,"
But I am always up for anything,
But then again...

Let's take the time to think about who we are,
And what we are doing,
Oh-oh-wah-oh!

Sticks and stones,
May have broken my bones but I am fine,
'Cause my wounds aren't as bad as they seem,
So I don't blame you for anything,
But then again...

Let's take the time to think about who we love,
And how we are feeling,
Oh-oh-wah-oh!

If you'd like to also view a visualization video with lyrics, you can go to this link:

http://youtu.be/AKm4_a_bO Y8

Also, if you'd like to listen and/or download on SoundCloud, you can at this link:

http://soundcloud.com/vad yarus/vadim-maltsev-dream s

Reviews


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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I really like what you have going on with the instrumentals. But they need more to them, additional instruments and melodies as the song progressed. It seemed like the cello was trying to do that at points, but it was too quiet! It was counterproductive that at the third verse the instrumentals lost its instruments rather than gained them, there was just no buildups. As for your voice, it sounds great, and I liked the guitar chords and vocal harmony oooohs at the choruses. But of course, continuing on to do stuff like this requires better microphone equipment, and the vocals themselves were also quiet and effectually dry; reverb would add a fullness.

I say this because I really really like your alternative style here. The piano is good, but I think could use a changeup more often. All the bell sounds are perfect, and the very soft percussion is a great choice that could perhaps use some more prominence. This is a good basis that needs a lot more work to make it sound outstanding, and I believe that this could be something really outstanding that I would enjoy even more. Nice work here, but keep on playing around with it! *fav'ed*