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Sep 21, 2009 | 2:30 AM EDT
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2.2 MB
2 min 27 sec
3.66 / 5.00

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Rated 3.66 / 5 stars
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This is the harmonica-only version of a song that I wrote a few weeks ago. I am, unfortunately, more confident in this than the complete song with lyrics. I may upload the actual song and a few others as the album is closer to being finished. The melody is pretty loose and I was improvising more often than not in this rendition of the song, but it's far more coherent when I sing. As it stands now, this is a short and fairly atmospheric little bit of music.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


This song keeps a steady beat and rythum. The harmonicas go well with the guitar. However, it seems a little repetitive. Great job, though!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's not too often I hear. . .

raw music, that's not mixed down/FX'd all to Hell these days, ageReason------>

So, I'm assuming you recorded both tracks all in one take, right? If so, that shows some concentration on your part, Man. You have one of those fancy-shmancy neck harmonica holders or what? This was a great piece, in the fact that it was created through real, man made physical instruments.
Bonus score for that! Heh heh heh

I will say, the tempo starts to kind of bust up around 1:50. I know, I know, you said it was moreso an improvisation. I'm just sayin'. . . Why didn't you add the lyrics in too? Just curious. I've heard some of your other stuff, Man, on your website. It was really well conveyed. You have a different taste in things than most. How's that rotoscoping thing coming along? You still workin' on that?

Well, let me know when you post the other version with the lyrics, Man.
I'd be happy to come give it a listen. PM me, please. Until then. . .

.............Take care, be good and don't cause, More Harm Than Good.period

ageReason responds:

Everything I record, I record live. I'm either too untalented or too uncoordinated to record and edit multiple tracks. Plus, the music ends up sounding more genuine and less manufactured when it's recorded live and the post-production is minimal to non-existent.
The tempo picks up because, in my head, I was playing the bridge to the words that I was silently singing. The melody will be a lot more obvious in the version with singing, which I intend to upload here later.
Thanks to you for listening and taking the time to share your thoughts with me.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This is some real smooth music here. I'm def digging the natural vibe of this. I'd be interested hearing a version with vocals. Very nicely done sir.

ageReason responds:

I'm glad you think it's smooth. Admittedly, it's pretty sloppy, but maybe sloppy is just an unkind way of calling something natural.
Thanks for the feedback.