Bop reviewThis is kool so let's jump in, I could swear that Gwen Stefani is the vocalist singing. I love the off tempos that come in effortlessly into the verses and leads. I really love the mix of drums and bass a very punchy slapping bass sound.this song is heavily favored by a ska influence.the arrangements production and mixing was done to a T. I think this is probably one of the coolest tracks I've heard on here.
Good SongGood Song; I like it; Good Mix; The keyboarding is not my style, It sounds good though, I’d like to replace it with Heavy Guitar, or play along with it; The lyrics are good and I like the chorus, and effects!
Wild riversDifferent introduction like the variations in introduction styles by these guys. StronG musicianship and a completely awesomely professional sounding female vocal. Like the string back beat on the percussions. Very strongly influenced by the nineteen eighties here T’Pau comes quickly to kind. But the overall engineering and musical direction of this performance is quite exhilarating. I really like this band well done again guys
Nice!The music is nice, and I like it. I think it does have that down to earth vibe to it. I like this one a lot, and you're on your way to getting an award somewhere . Keep producing beat work like this I love the lead guitar, and keep your touch on it. Beautiful voice! This is unique and original. I think this is a hit for sure. Nice one! By the music you can tell that you are passionate about your work as every artist should be. Never give up and dreams and bigger things will follow! Maybe we can collab one day! PEACE!
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Great titleevery song that you have sent to me to listen to I really like your song I really love the style of this song great title great lyrics great background music very creative and I really appreciate you sharing your gift with me continue to make gray music continue to keep me posted on any new music that you may have coming out cuz the world needs to hear your type of music like me I do gospel rap the world needs to hear the messages and our songs.you're not like I said I listen to all types of genre of music I love Christian rock soft Christian rock Christian r&b gospel rap anything that edify the body of Christ I listen to you know cuz I love messages in our music is music and bless and heal people in so many ways and I don't take the gifts are anything for granted you know thank you for sharing and listening and may God continue to bless you in all your endeavors you have a wonderful day God bless
Wild riversGood and tight rock. Reminds a little about Rush, one of my favorite bands. Good shape and dynamics in the song. The singer has the ability to come up on high tones. I like the fact that there are alternating beat types in the song.
My favorite guys againJazzy beginning,great groove,voice always reminds me of the great singers of bands like rush,and Styx.always good song writing here and great musicianship.i love the piano,and drums and guitars.their transitions and arrangements always flow and make sense,not just jumping from part to part but cohesive.not for flash but always plenty of subtleties that show they know their craft.another well written,well p,aged piece .
Wild RiversLyrics: I found myself trying too hard to hear what was being said. What is the message? The lyrics seem to be a bit cluttered, and running together in spots without thought to the percussion track. Vocals: I have to admit, I thought of Giddy Lee of Rush immediately. The vocalist is either trying to sound like Giddy Lee, or else he has a voice too similar, and that can be distracting. Perhaps a less of effort to "sound" like Giddy Lee, and just allow the vocals to be more natural. Arrangement: Again, the song sounds a bit rushed, there doesnt seem to be a flow to the music. Each track is clear enough. The drums sound almost like they are over processed, not natural in tembre, but from a drum sound processor. The bass guitar track is clever, and stays within it's own perameters, given the style of the song itself. Keyboards are also well placed, and applied with a certain flair for the dramatic. There seems to be a clash of syncopated Rhythms between what the drums are doing, and what the vocals are trying to do. The drum track is playing in a 2/4 time signature, while the vocals are laboring to stay within that time & tempo. I believe it's because of the structure of the lyrics, the vocals are having to be sung in a staccato placement in order to fit. To fix this arrangement, either play the drum track to fit the lyrical style, or else, cut down on the amount of words to be used to fit the vocalist. I believe the drums should be changed to a more "shuffle" beat style. LIke this: 2/4 time B = Bassdrum S = Snare. B S B S B S BB S (this style of beat can be heard in Hall & Oats song, Maneater.) Mix: Very crisp and clear. Each track has been well balanced within the scope of the overall sound and scope of the song. There is no clutter, no hiss, nothing to distract the listener from the complete sound. Well done.
yesWild Rivers review. this song is a strictly Rock piece in the highest sense of the word. everything sounds in Rock style as I said everything recalls the Rock genre. personally it is not my favorite genre but I can give you a musical judgment that is certainly positive because all that there must be in a Rock piece in your piece is therefore complimented and continues. good job