Once again, No1R, I'm absolutely stunned by your work. This composition is flawlessly crafted from the jazzy drum beats to the smooth, sexy guitar licks.
I really like how you open up with the airy pad drifting in the background with ride/crash rolling on and the beatiful guitar licks. I mean the guitar is absolutely perfect and flows so well-did you improvise all of this? The intro bit sounds very sexy and romantic, and the bit around 00:33 has the naughty/teasing romantic type of feel-excellent job including those nice tension chords and the rather abstract soloing following it. I like how you end into the end with chromatic bluesy riff-I would have stopped the track right there, or make a different conclusion, as it is too similar to the intro IMO. Otherwise, this track is flawlessly sequenced!
I indeed agree with the reviewer below me, this definetly does have a romantic feel-but like you described, does go along with a bright city of lights theme during the night. What would contribute to this track even more is a sax, clarinet, or another brass or woodwind instrument! Again, drums are real nice and suitable, but maybe to break the repetiveness you could add some tom fills every now and then.
Everything sounds real authentic, with the drums and bass. Your guitar tone (just like in Carribean Sunflower) has the excellent sound for jazz music, as its nice and round and not drowned in with effects.
Amazing work No1r, good luck in your professional career, I hope to hear more from you man!
I really have to thank you for this long review.
I'm happy you liked my work, and really appreciate your feedback.
Good luck you too and i hope i can make more of this soon.
It's kinda romantic, actually...
Well made. Easy listening and very relaxing. Keep up the good work!
Thanks for listening and enjoying :)
en excelent easy listening track, very calming
This reminds me of a city at night. I listen to this song every time I take a nightly walk.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.