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Sideshow (demo)

Visions of Nell

JS Tolar & Sister Savage

I get distracted by the sideshow
I should’ve known it from the get go
This kind of motion doesn’t go slow
So many clues on the video
Hot cold
You shouldn’t do it just because I say so
That really matters when you go home
And hear the news I’m not all alone
And already finding

You’re not so special
I can explain this away
Because I’m subject to change like passing rain
Hearts and daggers they soon translate the same
But I meant it when I said it anyway

Trick of the light in the afterglow
Thought of another but he didn’t show
And soon we’re learning all the things we think we know
Don’t go
Just one more moment to be set in stone
But will it matter when you go home
and hear the news I’m not all alone
And already finding
You’re not so special…

And I know what this means
There is no-one for me

(Tolar & Savigear 2010)

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Wildgeas Music said

Probably my favorite Visions of Nell tune.

Andrew Russe said

This started up as someone else’s favourite… knees immediately turned to jelly… once I’d recovered my composure, I thought “hang on a minute, I only know of one voice that… oh, I see” lol

sheky said

This is great. Vibe, performance, production. Love the drum sound.

boy named bri said

Sounding good guys :)
“Passing Rain” is my favorite.

Guest said

Great sound as per usual well done to you both

kirklynch said

Going through old faves and had forgotten about this one. WOW! Still great stuff!

Guest said

outstanding! really good track. love it

thetworegs said

loving it good one great voice sis

Brendon McKenna said

wow your voice is soo easy to listen to.

Anthony Sweet said

First few seconds already had me. Beautiful sound.

Richard Hardrick said


launched said

Wow, brilliant moves, guys! I was sha la la'ing at first so I didn’t notice - Can’t keep up around here.

Sweeeeetness all the way around!

A Bit More Better Productions said

perfect team up. nice one chaps

sixmilewide said

Awesome track guys, Tess your soft voice compliments the smooth melodic guitar of Josh.

Mr Sandbags said

I think after all I like this version best. It has a smooth, easy feel to it, like cruising through the night on a deserted motorway.

Dave Berry said

What can one say when listening to brilliance such as this, I’ll just listen and stay quiet. Great song, wow.

Billy Jack said

Great tune, I kept listening thinking the vocals would bust out at some point. Very radio play type track

another cultural landslide said

Tess - gotta go with this one! Really like this track!

kirklynch said

Might be that the vocals sound a bit clearer in this version, but damn- they’re both great!

The Culprits said

This has a lovely relaxed feel to the music (reminiscent of the soundtrack to Moon?). I like the clean feel for the chorus in the first two iterations but I’d add the sha-la-las in for the play out to give some differentiation.

As Kavin says, I think it needs something around the 2:40 mark. Maybe something instrumental and a bit soaring.


(Comment cross-posted to the other version!)

kavin. said

Although I think I like this version the best, a longer break in the middle (at 2:40 there is a short one) with some ambient shalalas would be cool, just to break it up a bit. Just my op., the song and production are great as is.

Johnny Stone said

They are both great Keep them both. Nice job.

Tharek Ali Mokbul said

This version sounds more polished….

Tighter for some reason…

Not sure why….

Seems clearer….

Still Love it though….

I’m with Geas…
You Two need Some exposure and recognition!!

Guest said

Very nice

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Guest said

How about we just keep both and have the sha-la-la as a bonus track?

Guest said

Sha la la! :-)

Wildgeas Music said

Sha-la-la, I’m singing Sha-la-la. So there, ha,ha,ha!!

You two deserve world recognition.

Guest said

This is such a pretty song. Love it!

Guest said

love it!

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