trying to get the rights to this song
need a lawyer?
smahejed it up in REgrain
I love Steve Miller Band productions, SO much compression on vocals - listen to the breaths on Jetliner and use it as an example when someone says “the breaths are too loud on my vocal, no one will like the song”.littlejam wrote: ↑05 Jan 2023hello,
the helene vogelsingser music is great
i got bored with watching the video
but enjoyed the music very much
read the 'description' on the video
and was deeply impressed at what she is trying to do
'a very large audience that can't be seen, but it can be felt'
i am bumping 'steve miller band' greatest hits
my doctor friend in ABQ, NM is thinking about quitting her job
but she needs to keep working until feb 28
so her 'stocks' get vested
and she can 'take the money and run'
she just bought a plane ticket to 'kona' (hawaii)
cheers and eat well,
littlejam wrote: ↑15 Jan 2023hello,
it took me a while to figure out what the message of the song is
i'm a goodgood literacy teacher
not so goodgood at understanding metaphor, etc.
comment from theyoutube:
I love the song, but I keep going back and forth whether it's about the centrality of creative expression and music in human existence, or a low key plea for better intellectual property enforcement.
is what one of the comments said
here is the original audio track
here is father john misty covering said song:
one more for goodgood measure (different vibe):
here is Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings:
the guitar sounds in each track are wonderful
i remember being in kenai, alaska
and the people around the campfire at 2am
high as @$!!#%$##
just strumming on an acoustic guitar
sophie sang neil young's 'helpless'
with japphy on the guitar
and gus glass climbing a skinny aspen tree
until it bent over without breaking
a great way to start to the new year
cheers and eat well
also, actual lol. It's both, that's why it's so good.
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