Screaming "Adult Contemporary" Here....
For a while I figured Bad-Man-Incorporated (remember him?) assisted in this song, if not in doing the guitar tracks then doing supporting vocals. Your voices have an ironic similarity. Also, he contributed guitar tracks for "Time" (your "finale" track) ages ago so I suspected another collaboration. Not to say I was disappointed, but know that your voice can, at times, get close to that guy's.
Anyway, I have this track downloaded (had done so for years thus far) and I still play it to this day. This is like when Metallica did Fade to Black and later songs like Welcome Home [Sanitarium] and Nothing Else Matters; your persona as a dramatic, melancholy pianist had you pegged, or typecast, so you decided to try something you always had your eye on and went with it. Ironic, then, that this track of yours is played most often in my playlists.
There is a need for a solo in this track. The song itself is well-written (got a few grammatical errors like "your" should be "you're" in the lyric sheet) but it only demonstrated a basic understanding of the guitar. Practice, practice, practice. For your polling question, I say pursue, if only to update the track. A solo is technically demanding but a good way of showing off. It doesn't not need to be furious since the tempo is upbeat without being hypersonic.
Overall, a good track. Pretty basic in terms of guitars, but good for a first try. Also a cool Fade-to-Black-esque change of pace for an otherwise melancholy pianist!
For supposedly being out of your "comfort zone" you play very well. I definetly reccomend pursuing this "Guitar Thing" you have here, cause this is great!
i definetly think you should pursue the guitar thing and add it to your future submissions it might turn out to be a great addition as for the song itself i enjoying alot thats for putting it up on here makes for a good ending song to a movie or the credits
great job all in all
ok i suppose. not keen on lyrics dan.if you are going to rock out on guitar you must have more confidence in your ability to play it.i would say you are out of your comfort zone but it is ok.
I love only the music not the lyrics !
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