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From artist Mike Harty, it's a progressive rock piece filled with textures, contrast and passionate ... more From artist Mike Harty, it's a progressive rock piece filled with textures, contrast and passionate performance. This is a compelling instrumental that builds from the first sound. At only two and a half minute this seems to just get going and already you have to start it again. but it's fun and interesting to enjoy. The lead guitar takes the melodic duties while the bass and drums keep the driving rock groove going. I enjoyed the arrangement of this as it seemed every time the section built up it switched gears to a new and contrasting section. I see a lot of potential for this if it gets into the hands of some good music supervisors in Los Angeles for movies and television music applications. Even video games could well use this. And these folks are just down the 134 freeway from Glendale. I look forward to hearing more from this talented artist.
Great guitar playing. There isn't much room for improvement here except a medley usually isn't a goo... more Great guitar playing. There isn't much room for improvement here except a medley usually isn't a good idea unless people know and have heard the songs you are combining. As it is this piece of music sounds a little disorganised and all over the place. A more structured and organised piece of music with a verse, chorus and bridge etc might win you more fans. Keep up the good work. P.S. I love the keyboard playing on this track. It isn't overdone or overbearing.
Wow, that's really elaborate. I appreciate the work that goes into arranging something that complex ...
more Wow, that's really elaborate. I appreciate the work that goes into arranging something that complex and getting a whole band behind doing something outside the usual. And a whole set of it on top of it probably. Amazing. Love harmony guitar parts, I'm always up for that. Great musicianship. I'll have to check out your page now to see what elose was going on. About the. Cassette recording.
You can clearly hear everyone, good mix. Better to have this than nothing, sure a modern digital setup would have been great, but you did the best possible with what was available. Great effort, congrats to all involved.