Kool sounds. Has a great feel to the music. I never tried the Blue Curry before but this taste great…. LoL.
interesting mix of sounds T….i like those ascending and descending lines in the section after the bridge
Very strange. I like it.
Hi T, this one has a nice “ethnic” sound and groove….i like it
Great to hear an ole Acid Planet friend on here. Real nice tune you have here. Pro all the way, has a cool vibe to the music reminds me a bit of the Eagles. Very Cool….
This immediately puts me in a mythical meadow with fairies and crickets and lightning bugs at dusk…
This is such a solid track it could go a dozen ways.
Also, thank you for your comment. I had a 7th line clear up until my final mix when I realized how useless it was…your response verifies my thot. The song was start to finish this afternoon.Thanks again.
great arrangement T, reminds me of some early Jackson Browne…..just needs some of your down home lyrics and vocals
Beautiful rootsy track :)
Superb! So moody and sad
Groovy track :)
wow. Such a great moody track
Nice moody jazz
Nicely done :)
Nice rendition :)
Lovely track. Great fiddle :)
Very cool tune
immediately soothing - nice … and so = also for the rhythmic switch-offs / and refreshing off-sets … vibrato strings really make it .
hey T, i like where your going with this one…nicely done rhythms and violin melody…and dam, i thought the crickets in my backyard were loud….:)
Sweet sonics on my radar.
really like this arrangement…a little quicker tempo and this would make a great rock tune
T, this is a beautifully orchestrated and rendered version of this classic….nicely done
Nice mix!! I love the instruments and how they give this ancient renaissance feeling.
Excellent really good
My mother loved your song. I liked it a lot too.
Beggin’ your pardon.
It grew on me. And now I can’t get it off.
Dang, those harmonies keep getting thicker and the mood changes with them. This is just nasty.
Wonderful musical pairing and an awesome mix. Good to see you too.
Would be nice. Loved it.
I remember this one.
It’s sad that I will never be this cool. Genre-mashing at it’s most interesting. Reggae? Alt-rock? Asian power-pop? Breaks to almost nothing, then comes back for a few more servings.
Oh my. Held my ears the whole way. I know better than most how much of a master you are at production, and at finding just the right voicings to make simple songs take off. This is wonderful work with a really good vocalist. It’s just not the same down here.
Outstanding wide sonics that still rings deeply dark. Loved the asian instrumentation sprinkled throughout. You’re voice is captivating. I was thinking last night “who does he sound like?” and then it came to me. Leonard Cohen. From me, that is exceptionally high praise.
it’s a great lyric in that I cannot be sure if it is ironic or genuinely true. Either way, it works in this heavy setting and voice. Much enjoyed.
Brings back the fun of listening to loop-based creations. This is very well put-together. I’m especially enjoying the horns in the closing.
Purity. You’re voice has a fragility that draws me in. And once in, I’m digging the lyrics.
Really delicious chord changes in those arps. Enjoyed the flowing rythm. Very nice piece. ENJOY RPM and have a great time.
A very interesting cross between world/folk and metal, to my ears, with it’s acoustic instrumentation and world-beat percussion and the dark chords and melody of a band like Metallica. I enjoyed the listen.
Nice work. Much needed the listen.
Must say I’m with her. Truthful? Truthiness at best. Simple? Simpletons. There used to be boring talking heads on TV. Now there are little more than yapping faces. Things will get better when they STFU. Just me talking.
I would bet a month’s pay that I’ve heard you on Acid Planet some years ago…if not you, he was a wonderful songwriter with a great human voice–just like you.
just beautiful. Two weeks well spent, I’d say. I’d also like to see a pic.
very, very nice. Gotta be my favorite instrument for solos. Good luck and good experience with the RPM. I did it just once and it was the best month of my musical life.
great sound. Very lively and engaging. I may well have heard this ‘live’ on the radio as this one a show I listened to frequently back during this time.
Didn’t sound cheesy to me. Besides, I was very drawn to old-skool patches when I could do it on my kurzweil. This is a beautiful and relaxing piece and didn’t ‘feel’ like five and a half minutes. Much enjoyed.
Much enjoyed. I could just see the sweat and pelvic thrusting. Push that emotion.
Very very nice. An expressivle piece expressively played. Thanks for this.
Lovely melody (and you carry it very well). Though I can ‘hear’ some more instrumentation and harmonies, this ‘naked’ version is not so shamed to be that way.
Wonderful cover of this tender love long. :) We always shoot the ones we love. Great mix, instrumentation and vocals. That 3:40'ish bit was very inventive.
Excellent. Dreamy space cowboy star dusty trail.
Reg, you understand you still get paid even if you don’t play so many notes. Blues lesson 2.3 … fill around the singer…take the leads over. How many licks does it take to reach the center of a tootsie pop? More than it takes to play the blues. Your voice is incredible here. Very much enjoyed.
Oh lawd, you got your 16 pounds worth out of this. Sort of a electrono-punk-psychedelic-blues in ¾. Brilliant. Thanks for hoping I enjoyed. I do. Congrats on the newbie.
I’ll thank and type Paul MacDonald one more time. Maybe he’ll google his name and have a bit better chance of landing here for his R&C’s. I like this a lot, Kirk.
Spacey and spacious. You worked that delay to near exhaustion. Good for you. Much Enjoyed.