This song reminds me very much of Blackfield with the vocals and the guitar arrangements based on simplicity. The mood is quite nostalgic and sad, but at the same time it shows a little bit of hope at the end. It's too short for it's own good.
Argentina, Buenos Aires
be there soon?
Nice Celtic ballad that need to be worked out, You start to dream away with the first notes and ik takes you to a certain hight but then it asks for more... and that is not coming but maybe it will 'be there soon'
First of all,Let me say thanks for asking me to review your music... I like it,Geat sound and lyrics.. Your headed in the right direction,Stay at it. The only thing is that it was too short,Wish i could have heard more of it. Thanks
United States, Georgia, atlanta
Not bad, not bad
Nice short song, but i mis something there. it's not bad, no far from it. It doesn't reaches that point where i wanna be or "Oh my God whats happening to my". I feel, like it's almost there. The song gives me a bit the idea that i'am listening yo Simon and Garfunkel, slightly Bon Iver here and there. That's why it makes the song nice. I'll hear you've got some soul in there and please just use it.
be there soon
its got a peter paul and mary kind of feel and it does eb and arch but i like the music nice melody. very sixties kind of tone with a 90's flare i could really feel your guitar i have to listen loud to appreciate the vibe and i so liked the vibe needs more verse to it but it so does have a east coast celtic kind of bee bop to it
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver
This is a very beautiful sounding piece of music .it has a wonderful production. I just wished it was a longer song but this is probably meant to be a short song like something on a concept album
United States, Tennessee, Kingsport
Be There Soon
I like this short song. It is very melodic and has a great sound. Makes me think of of me and Jesus going through life together and seeing that He is always with me even though I cant see Him until that final day.
United States, California, Sacramento
review of 'Be There Soon'
this is a beautiful and delicate track starting with a soft guitar riff with delays. Coming in shortly after with sweeping and haunting voices and cellos. It's very sweet, if short, lasting only 2.18 minutes. It's well recorded and played exceptionally well. It sounds as though it's already perfect for use on a film or a television drama....it would fit in perfectly. I like it very much, short and sweet but well made and nice to listen to....would like more of it...
Really nice harmonic sounds
Really nice harmonic sounds let the thought and imaginations travel through sphere. Too bad it's too short. This review should end here, it was not long enough to run the whole time, so it was only a blink of what could be. Could be alternative, alternative Rock, accoustic ballad or just an intro to a black metal track. The rest seems to be open, it's not enough to fall into other spheres...
Not really what i vibe too but I like it and thats a good thing good voice melody along with the track everything fits well with the song its a short but it works its nice piece its not over the top and thats always a good thing and its nicely structured also you did a good arranging this track so many many kudos to you is this song on a album or is it just a single just asking thank you
United States, Illinois, Chicago
Be There Soon
The song "Be There Soon" by Adrian Bran is unconventional in arrangement to say the least, which makes this a true original.song. Absolutely love the acoustic intro. The song seems to be over before it begins which may leave the listener wanting more and that's what great songs do. Be There Soon has a movie soundtrack quality. Not even sure the song needed a vocal to be a great song, but the vocal does not take away and adds a new human dimension. Listened to this one a few times. Great song!! Scott...WFJ
United States, Colorado, Denver
Lovely intro - mystical - good harmonies - leaves you wanting to hear more
Needs to go somewhere - lots of potential, lovely instrumentation , haunting vocal melody and harmony , and then it ends without ever taking off - it left me hanging, like it should have gone into something so much more
United States, California, San Diego
you have here good song adrian, a good shape of string´s and symphony, i like the way of the song goes, keep doing this, i will recomended this to my friends, and listening in my card, best regards CV
Be There Soon
Food for thought, you make music like food, a banquet for the soul. Beautifully rendered from the lovely introduction from the gentle lilt of the guitar solo at the end to the wonderful addition of the background flute and harmonics of the other instruments.. I could not identify all the instruments because it was so rich in so many. I felt the comfort in your voice. I felt held by your words. Your song evoked memories of how another song like this one called "Held" by Natalie Grant saw me through a very dark time. Even though it is brief in length it is very powerfully executed from start to finish. Your voice reminds me of Dan Fogelberg's vocal talent and a little bit like the singers in Savage Garden. I really hope you keep making music! You will touch many heart strings and cause them to sing and hope and believe in your words of comfort and love.
United Kingdom, Wales, GB
Be there soon
I found this tune to be quite peaceful. The instrumentation and vocals were soft and smooth. It would be great to listen to after a long day of stress. It's also great to play to unwind while getting ready for bed. It's a job well done.
United States, Arizona, Glendale
be there, be more
This tiny little tune by Adrian Barn is a confession to the goods of being essential. In two minutes he creates a beautiful sphery soundscape, covered with a harmonic voice, all well composed and mixed. It´s also a confession to love, maybe that´s why it´s so short?(-: It could be more, somehow you wish it to go on, but maybe it´s also good, that it is so short, because that makes you want to listen to it over and over again. Good work and very lovely. Regards.