Really thought it was just straight up annoying sounding. Nothing special at all in this. Just sounded random. Reminds me of a really bad sounding Pink Floyd hidden track.
I guess not everyone is going to like my stuff. I've never assumed it would be to everyones liking. But I do appreciate the review anyway. I will say though even a 'bad sounding Pink Floyd hidden track' would be vastly better than most things submitted to NG, so I'll take that as a positive.
It seems to be alright, but it would be better without so much reverberation in the vocals. It is a bit much, even if you are trying to pull off the melow hippie thing. I don't know. The band is great.
Thanks for the review. Much appreciated.
The guitar track sounded slightly familiar as if I had heard being used in a different song. Although it may have been a piano instead.
The vocals are clear, the one bad part is when the vocalist backs away from the microphone since it becomes harder to hear them for a moment.
The guitar is crisp. The bass line provides a nice groove for the song. Lastly, the drums are easy going and nice to listen to.
Overall, good work.
Thanks SCTE3 your reviews are always very much appreciated.
Late 70's butter; amazingly trippy, sharp and clear sounding! Reminiscent of early Pink Floyd, which is no wonder... Gods, how old this is! This was a real treat, like an airplane bottle of very old scotch: not a lot there, but worth every drop. How was this originally recorded and remastered (tracks, equipment, software settings)?
Thanks for the great review. Glad you liked it. Originally recorded on 8 Track. Simply transferred from 8 Track to Computer. The original tapes were still in pristine condition so next to no reworking was needed.
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