London Brew (One chord Jazz)

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I jammin around with the "E - Hendrix Chord" and started to sing. It sounded pretty good, so I developed it and recorded it. Hope you liek! Also, please don't try to understand the lyrics, it's totally random. For those of you who want to sing along anyway, here they are:

When I were old and you were young
and it wasn't like dat before
You were old and I were young
and no one cared anymore
You said to me: "Hey, listen up
don't wobble with yau head
'Couse if you wobble wobble wobble with yau head,
your neck feels very bad"

'Couse I'll never ever say "ever" ever again
and also please do the same mah friend
Hands is the shit that I'm playin shit with and
Land is the shit that I'm playin shit in

You weren't sure when I was at the door
and wanted a little more!

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A sooting melody

The lyrics were what I enjoyed the most about this song, and I found the voice to fit very well with the piece as a whole.

The static at the end was shocking to say the least, and wasn't entirely welcome listening to the rest of the song before it.

Overall, an excellent piece of music.

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HolyKonni responds:

Thanks, I too like lyrics that are completely random. Sorry for the static. It's horrible when listening with headphones!


I liked the overall sound of this song, it was very relaxing and calm. The lyrics, although completely nonsensical, fitted, and were kinda funny. The actual voice was kinda annoying, but nothing too bad. There's not really much else I can say, but you should try make it longer and add some interesting solo.

That static at the end it horrible. Why is it in there? It pretty much ruins the whole song..

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HolyKonni responds:

Thanks for the review! The static appeared when I converted it from .aiff to mp3. Dunno why it appears.

Decent sounding

I think that this piece is almost there - a few tweaks in the timing for the chord, but other than that, it isn't too bad. You also need to lose that horrible bit of static at the end of the track - it's quite a wake up call, to be honest.

It's quite mellow, but there is certainly a spark of passion within the track itself. Adding additional chords could make it more dynamic, but I'd instead recommend that you go the route of including more variation, through other instruments - a muted trumpet solo would be nice, for example, as it's just a backing instrument at present.

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HolyKonni responds:

Thanks for reviewing! Well, the only instrument I play is guitar, and it's always hard to add other intruments becouse I'm not so good with notes and what all the tones and chords are called. When I add other stuff like strings and so on, I just try and listen if it fits, I don't, you know, like: "Well, thats a E- major# so I could do this and that". I just listen. Hope you get it... :D

Pretty good

Good job with this one man, really liked it. My favorite thing about this song would have to be the lyrics, which flowed nicely and sounded great when sung a group of talented female singers, good job with that.

The beat was good here, pretty soft since it was played behind the vocals, good job with that.

The melody was good, very catchy and sounded graet when coupled with the singing, good job with that.

The only thing that I didnt like about this song was the static at the end, which scared the daylights out of me, try and clean up the track a little more next time to prevent that from happening.

Good job here man, 5/5 from me, keep up the good work! :D

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HolyKonni responds:

Actually, there are no female singers, just me. :D
Sorry for the static, it appeared when I converted the song. Thanks for the review!

Hmm not too bad at all.

The song itself was pretty catchy. Something I was nodding my head along to while listening to. The vocals themselves actually seemed kind of hard to understand. To be honest I don't think I would consider hardly any of it without the lyrics being written down in the author comments.

The area in the middle of the song between the vocals might have gotten a bit too quiet. I know you were doing that more on purpose, but a little bit more going on would have made it better in my opinion.

Woah, the static in the end almost knocked me out of my chair. I really didn't see that coming at all. O.o Something that should be fixed for sure if at all possible.

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HolyKonni responds:

You were headbanging to my song? COOL!! Sorry for the static. It's horrible when listening with headphones, right? Thanks for reviewing!

Credits & Info


4.31 / 5.00

Jun 24, 2009
10:12 AM EDT
File Info
1.7 MB
1 min 49 sec

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