well done.remember me black rebel motorcycle club
love the introduction...and then...
Sam just said this is like something Dwarves would sing (about the 4.5 minute mark).
love what's going on here.
What a build...excellent
Thanks for the comment, I was going to ask you what "smelly cat" was, then I googled it. These computer thingies are just so darned smart.
wow. I love a good song thats got an intro about as long as the average pop song.
Woof! nearly skipped this one (what with 12 minutes written on it). SO glad I didn't. Loved how it built and then took me off places.
Similarly majestic - and fabulous.
Woof!! This is majestic.
This is a great BGM sound well thoughtout
and well produced. very hautingly beautiful
that organ does that magic to the listener. and over alll. great job god bless NEIL.!
[ Let's all be there in the end. We will ]
The music box was the perfect closer.
Wow. Huge, bottom heavy sound. I never would have thought that was a tele. Makes me think I should blow the dust off my own telecaster copy.
Great job at recapturing that mood and tone without stepping on any toes. I can picture the train rolling toward Machine, rifles out the window. They're shooting buffalo.
Is that a Gretsch?
(My favourite movie, by the way.)
great drawkcab pieces.
Making time. Multi-task.
Ooooooh, nice vocals now too.
I like this house you've built.
Man, I don't know what to say.
Kidnapped indeed; by someone you trust, and the reddest of wines was just starting to flow the blood warmer when it became apparent there was something else in that glass.
Coupled with an alternate version, this would make a great intro/outro to a concept album. There's an entire world happening in that minute and a half, and I didn't want to leave yet.
I checked this out simply because of the name. I released a song called steppes with my other band This Caustic Autumn, based on dwelling in the boundless widths of isolation, I guess. haha. It's not nearly as beautiful as this is though. This is really really nice stuff.