it's available on BandCamp, and as my first tune on Spotify.
https://open.spotify.com/artist/0p2yWmv ... bDoYEVQEFg
looking forward to hearing what you think.
wow, thank you! I'm nowhere near a trained vocalist, so that's a huge compliment.MarkTarlton wrote: ↑28 Jun 2020Nice track, I can tell you spent some time on the production and arrangement. I really like how you break it down and build it back up. Some really good stuff in there.
I prefer the music over the vocals though. I don't mind them, but if it were someone a little less classic sounding, I probably would enjoy it even more....that's not to say I think the vocals are bad by any means. It's almost too nice sounding for me I tend to listen to vocalists who sing less legato, basically singers who aren't as trained.
many thanks! hope you just borrowed that third thumb, instead of growing a new one.
thanks Benedict, appreciate that.Benedict wrote: ↑29 Jun 2020The vocal is what grabbed me. Shades of The Mission or a host of other late-80s acts. Not to be derivative but because it is about beauty and delivering the human emotion through a slightly flawed voice.
Musically it is getting more complex than the average Pop song, more like Marillion "Season's End". Again a good thing in my book as one-note songs rarely develop any beauty or humanity.
I will await the album with interest.
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