I really, really like this particular piece. Even without the singer, this is utterly superb. This might just be the pinnacle of your works as far as I am concerned. Excellent, superb, stupendous, truly majestic, wonderful, heartfelt, CRAZY GOOD, whatever you want to call it, in one word: amazing. All I can say is, if you put this on CD or iTunes, once you finish your rainbow, I'd most certainly buy, just for this one piece. Keep it up. I look forward to hearing from you, both in song and word, again.
I really liked it, quite easy going, nothing I could fault with it, just not my sort of music. Just I liked the piano, very good. Nice track
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SoR2 ending-esque vibe. Major chill.
This song really reminds me of the Streets of RAge 2 ending. Just the whole vibe. The simple, measured piano. The Jazz-bar-esque beats, the soft stringy thing (is it a violin synth?) that flits in to give it an extra element...
The main piano melody is brilliant - though rhythmically simple, it's got a complex, meandering melody.
My one crit is that it feels like another instrument should creep in around 1:42. Maybe that singer you're after? That would boost it a bit imo, give it an extra dimension.
Best of luck finding someone to collaborate with.
In the meantime, I'm keeping this on my iTunes.
As an aside, is that a real piano (as opposed to a keyboard)? It's recorded flawlessly.
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Well, no surprises here. As I listen to all your stuff, nothing ceases to amaze me in the quality and proffesionalism of each song you make. Like Coop said, it's something that you haven't become a pro musician, but then I suppose you'd have to remove your work from NG and then I'd have to buy it. But I definitely would!
This is a truly amazing piece and I'm surprised that if you haven't already become a professional musician, you need to consider it.
While this is a nice gig on the side, you gould be pulling in a large audience who would pay good money (real money) to listen to you perform. There is no higher praise that I can give for this piece, as you have certainly smoothed out a few earlier rough edges in your style and this sounds eerily reminiscent of the one tune played at the end of a certain Lee Evans gig. He's a funny man, but he can play a good piano as well.
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