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Mar 23, 2007 | 8:06 PM EDT
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1.3 MB
1 min 24 sec
3.86 / 5.00

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Rated 3.86 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

Short acoustic composition. Feel free to feel anything.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Soothing... relaxing... I wish it lasted longer.

"Feel free to feel anything." heheh. Great line.

The whole piece is wonderfully relaxing. Soothing. Listening on NGAPRadio, I immediately jumped back to this and put it on repeat.

I just found it short for a piece that doesn't loop!

There are some beautiful parts, specially the chords around the 9/10s mark the parts around the 25ish, 37ish, 49ish...well, you have a beautiful melodic journey.

The last 10-20s seem kinda stuttered though as do a few points around the 1-min mark. That let it down slightly.

I do wish it looped or was longer.

Was this improvised? If so, I'd love to hear something similar that you spend time composing! If not, lengthen the piece!

I could fall in love with a piece like this.
It reminds me of XJapan's 'Endless Rain', which is a big compliment!

I just wish it lasted forever - or failing that - longer.

LfunkeyA responds:

thanks for the long review. this was in fact something like an improvisation, not perfect. I'll try to 'fix it' and possibly make it longer in some way. thanx!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Let's see, then.

Live guitar, right? Is that you playing? Well, whoever it is, it is good pretty good, even if they were some stuff here and there a bit clumsy. I'm not able to play like this.

As for the title, i find it really inspiring!

And what i feel? Well, just tranquility. No stress, no nervosity, have to try this in Yoga, lol!

Just a tiny issue. I don't think it should belong in classical. However, i have no clue where this should. But it doesn't matter.

That's all good to me. It's pretty encouraging! 4 from me!

PS: could you rephrase the question you asked in your latest review? PM me.

LfunkeyA responds:

yeah i played this piece on my crappy guitar last night. As for the classical thing, well i think its more classical than rock. i might have put it in ambient though, good point. As for my question: your titles always appear a little complicated to me, you know all those magic, wizard, emperor elements. I was just wandering where you get the inspiration for such titles. Anyways, thanks for the fair review and keep it up.