Awesome! I've been off the grid for a while now, but I'll ALWAYS come back to hear your AMAZING music! Sorry I didn't check this out sooner, man.
Like I said - WOW!
I found this kinda challenging at first... so I listened to it again, (and again!)... and now I'm kinda "WOW!" about it. The melodies and chords are amazing.
Thanks for the comments
Hi Brett, another belting great track.
Great as usual, zany ... but how do I download it, since they changed it I keep looking for the download button.
Love this! Boiling with energy!! Just what the doctor ordered indeed
Wow. Love it.
Wow! Maybe my new favorite Brett Warren track! Too great, it's kind of a call-back to your earlier songs...in my humble opinion.
I LIKE that ..... alot ....
I like the vibe here
cool choice of instruments
Bold! I love this!
Hi got a new account, still doing great stuff I see.
thanks for the comments - guest, ORH, Bethan, Proods and James.
T Rex meets Big Star, brawtastic.
The vocal and music blend beautifully. Love the song.
You have a talent! You’ve created a world of imagery with your unique sound.
Good one, Gary. I enjoyed the album! I always appreciate how energetic and robust your production is.
I love the production on this. Everything is nicely spaced and rich. The drums and guitar sound fantastic. Great song, man.
This is cool, I don't think I've heard it before. It's a bit more like the Rain Parade (Paisley Underground sound) than your other stuff.
Awesome. I love the cascading, stuttering rhythm.
Awesome... is this one of your usual singers? The mic has a thinner, spacier country air to it that sounds real nice on her voice. Kinda gives it the illusion of being higher pitched or something, I like it.
Ooh, a rare melancholy Proods tune... bordering on country western... the electric sounds fantastic. That is some heavenly reverb.
Good song, y'all.
Some heavy metal ambient right here. If the aliens ARE listening I'm sure this reached them.
lol, I missed this one the first time around.
cool, the production has a kind of distant haziness that it drifts in and out of of, it's soothing but also a bit melancholy.
ha, did someone make a flub @ 3:27? "ssssshhiii*"
awesome, a bit Ani DiFranco-ish
The acoustic guitar sounds great on this. Good work, Robert.
I really like the hum-y synth around the 3 min mark. It's such an odd, hard to pin down sound that it creates an odd emotional sensation for me.
Two new favs, you guys are killin it. Keep it up.
Thanks for the comments, James and 2starsho