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Jan 31, 2007 | 12:42 PM EST
File Info
1 MB
1 min 7 sec
2.50 / 5.00

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Rated 2.50 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
445 Plays | 152 Downloads
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Author Comments

sunday with cuz



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Underrated by far.

The piano in the background helps keep it all moving. I liked the combo of that and the meandering guitar.

I noticed the rhythm of the piano faltering slightly around 0:46 and then speeding up towards the end. I'd personally have preferred it had it kept a steady tempo, perhaps with the addition of a few grace notes here and there.

I liked the long sounds that are in the background throughout, but kind becomes audible at 0:22 and 0:30. What is that?

It's a really soft and gentle piece. I'd love to see this continued. Maybe with tighter production, cutting down on the mic sounds you finish off with, maybe keeping the tempo more regular...

Also, you should maybe try and make it loop. For something this short and lovely, it seems a real shame to not.

Also, the way the guitar starts off kinda repetitive, then gets really diverse and surprising... just personal opinion, but I'd prefer it if it was like the latter part all the way through.

Enjoyable to listen to just now, but a little tighter production, maybe a reworking, could turn this into something even greater.

Underrated by far.

Thanks for your vote, Bezman! You voted 5 for sundayosunday, raising its score from 2.50 to 3.33.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

So soothing...

Such a gentle piece. It's simplistic, but really I felt it had it's own charm.

The song moves so smoothly despite what others may argue is a somewhat random guitar. I can see this piece playing on a summer day.

I don't have much else to say flourish,but you have you really good work here and I wanted to drop you my support. So here it is.

keep up the good fight! You should also try not to put songs in Misc they very rarely get listened to. Something like this should go into classical.

Anyways, i'm going to close my eyes and just... exist in this piece for a while.