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Reviews for "Lonely Bard's Story"

..... Unspeakable beauty.... I don't know what to say..... o(â*¥ï¹â*¥)o so beautiful

MaestroRage responds:

Thanks! Naturally Lady deserves the lion's share of the praise. I'm glad you enjoyed the track and thanks again for the review!

Dear lord that was truly something!
LadyArsenic has a unique voice that went perfect with this melody.
Your additions to the original do not go unnoticed, yet they do not feel like additions at all, it's as if this is the way the original was supposed to be all along.

Anyway, thank-you both for the latest addition to my MP3's infinite playlist.

MaestroRage responds:

Thanks Druidtton! When I heard this track I heard these layers that could exist and they clicked right away without any type of struggling. That's one of the things I most enjoy about LA's work. It lends itself to expansion (while not necessary).

I'm glad you enjoyed the tracks and thanks again for the review!

Reminds me of many an games i played in my childhood one was called "hype the timequest" it has an similar melody like the flote and the part she startrs singing the intro is pretty much the same as in knights and merchants an strategie game and the chorus part remembers me on risen

MaestroRage responds:

man, those are all pretty awesome games (I know Risen myself but never heard of the other two). I'll have to check them out if they share similar styled songs anywhere in them.

Thanks for the review! Glad you enjoyed the track ^______^

The intro, it reminds me of the good old final fantasy days, back when you were always chasing after 4 stupid crystals. I don't know but this song just gives me that vibe that I can't shake. As if I've heard it and its merely just a story that I've though of.

A lone wanderer, known to many but forgotten by all. All know his deeds yet none can name him. Kings boast how he helped their kingdoms yet none knew his name. Credited for many deeds he his many have tried to name him but all have failed. All they know is that he was blinded, although how or why is unclear. None know either why he helped everyone, why he saw good even in the worst foes. The best scholars never could say who he was or why he helped but local folk tale does.

Many ages ago around the time of the tribe of Kadum there was report of a man in tattered clothes. Who came to them in there time of need. They could never see his face but they knew who he was. They gave him many names some forgotten some known. Everyone called him Modan, Messiah of the gods.

<Story over> Yeah nice song.

MaestroRage responds:

Thank you for sharing your story Steve :). Modan sounds like a pretty classy cat. Thanks again for the review, i'm glad you enjoyed the track.

This is extremely relaxing. I have to have listened to this about 6 times in a row. You get 5 stars and a pat on the back for an amazing piece.

MaestroRage responds:

thanks! And again for the review, glad you enjoyed the track.