Song Reviews

Beautiful Song

Your uniquely strong voice and the emotional way you sing this beautiful song adds to the overall feel of it. I love the song and the way you sing it. Your music is very good, and I'm proud to tell you that I feel very privileged to be able to give this review... Like they say; "good music deserves to be heard." I'm sure yours will be more than heard. I expect to one day, see and hear your tunes on the mainstream. Best wishes from me to you... Stay strong and keep the faith. 'Bodederek

United Kingdom, London

A Winner All The Way

To my ears, the song's a winner. Album and single material. You've got a country-sounding voice in this song and I strongly suggest you go all it and countrify this song as much as it can handle with the usual steel guitar and fiddle stuff etc., and with the best players you can get, with proven track records. You could also try and get it thru to established country producers and see if they'd like to get involved with it. My dad got his wee country song arranged/produced by Ted Hewitt in Nashville (he's had the no 1 album and single smashes with Rodney Atkins and did stuff with Reba etc)...my dad's song ended up getting to number 1 in the Irish country music charts and number 2 in the French country charts and turned out to be THE fastest-climbing song in the history of the European Country Music Charts. Not bad for a demo by Ted and with an unknown male singer. If Ted was interested in adding his magic touch to your song, it may well turn out to be something very special. If you want his email address, just ask. From Scotland, wishing you the very best with your career, Amanda a.k.a. AJay Mac

United Kingdom, Glasgow

Moon To The Sea

Let me start by qualifying how I review material.....I listen to the song from a commercial standpoint....which is to say... is the song a viable vehicle to present to artists and or publishing houses for inclusion on an upcoming project? The other option would be you as an artist .... in which case either one likes …..or one dislikes. There's a lot to like in this song......Your production is well thought out and implemented.... Ld vocal gets the concept across and there's some nice imagery in the lyrics. Nice melody and chord changes.... If it were me I might re-visit some of the following: 1 Do you need that many solos? I might consider only (1) solo after the second chorus as opposed to two solos. or..... 2 Maybe a bridge section in place of the solos? Utilizing a bridge would allow you to implement another musical segue....thereby allowing a new concept musically and at the same time allowing you to tie any loose ends up lyrically. You have a wonderful resource available from which you can gather information (internet)....Maybe check out your favorite artists and see how they handle form and presentation? Again.... a nice effort! Keep WRITING! RW

United States, Kentucky, Fort Thomas

A nice folk ballad

This romantic song is very beauty, the structure seems a folk ballad, while the clean voice of the singer reminds to the 80s. I like the use of the accordion very much. It remembers Goo goo dolls.

Italy, Monfalcone, Trieste

Moon to the sea

This is great what an amazing song wow nice this fabulous so well written........................this song has a really good melody lines I can hear this song on repeat over ..................................... this song was put together perfectly snd the drums and guitars were played properly.................................... i .can't say enough about this song ...........*******..................I want to thank you for letting me review your amazing song thank********************you.........This is steve from voodoo dancer and thank you..again.************...............

United States, New York, Middle village

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