Ration Care Blues RUFF MIX

FROM OUTTA HARD TIMES

Song Reviews

Get Ready

This song Rocks! I new right from the introduction. So get ready for some real good blues groove. Lots of good energy here. Thank You for the invite to Your review. I highly recommend listening to this song.

United States, Oregon, Newberg

Ration Care Blues RUFF

really love this song great piece of art work delivered beautifully guitar sounds are amazing sing great backing vocals are great while I'm writing this and im listening to this a second time......I just love it,.......the lyrics are awesome tbe arraignment are awesome ......it's written and delivered beautifully ...the lead guitar sound as me myself a guitar player love tbe sound. I just started for the third time............love it love it love it ........tbe musicianship is great was played vreat ..................thank you for letting me review this song I truely love it......................

United States, New York, Middle village

Joe Miranda & The Kings Of Texas "Ration Care Blues"

Upon your very first listen to Houston, Texas based artist Joe Miranda & The Kings Of Texas and their fabulous "Ration Care Blues", you cannot help but to be deeply impressed by the band's impressive musicianship, their inspired songcraft and the expert production values on full display. While their musical influences are very apparent, they definitely have a sound that is 100% their own.

United States, Hawaii, Volcano

Amazing song

I was really impressed and so surprised with this song. I've heard some of your other music but this song seems different. I thought this song had a really good sound and seemed well put together. I really enjoyed it.

United States, Arkansas, Mountain Home

My sort of country, rock with a deep thread of jazz and electronic leads

I loved this music. To me, it felt like midwest country rock with exciting electronic leadlines (Black Bettys meets Stevey Wonder style) but way more bluesy and jazzy. Really funky, really alive ... really good. Thanks for sharing.

United Kingdom, Glastonbury

Ration care blues by Joe Miranda and the Kings of Texas.

This is supposed to be a rough mix but it sounds pretty damn good to these ears. Classic heavy Texas style guitar intro meanders for a bit and then hit a solid groove powered along by stomping drums and saxophone and a driving bass line. Joe sings about a guy with Covid who was judged too old to treat in hospital as there were so many younger patients needing care during the covid crisis. It's an angry song. Everyone in this band plays just great and the authentic vocal sung partly uin unison with the lead guitar line works just fine. The first verse segues into a snorting Texas guitar solo and an elongated pause is introduced as "a brief moment of silence for all we have lost" just before roaring back into this slab of Blues Rock. A keeper!

United Kingdom, plymouth

RATION CARE BLUES

SOME TASTY GUITAR WORK HERE WITH LOTS OF RIFFS GOING ON FOR A MOMENT I THOUGHT THERE WERE NO VOCALS ON THIS TRACK BUT THEY COME IN EVENTUALLY IM SURE MANY PEOPLE WILL RELATE TO RATION CARE THEMES ESPECIALLY IN AMERICA WHERE HEALTHCARE IS FOR THE PRIVILEGED FEW. USA DEFINITELY THE HOME OF THE BLUES BUT NOT HEALTHCARE

Australia, NEWCASTLE

Ration Care Blues

Très bon morceau bon son bonne voix Très bonne technique du blues, Très bonne Carrière à vous bons concerts sur la route. Bonnes fêtes de fin d'année. Ton ami Daniel D "INITIALS DD " Je suis entrain de préparer des concerts Bye-bye à bientôt sur N1M

France, beauvais

Horn-infused blues rock.

Chunky guitar tones remind me a bit of Jimmy Page. Didn't expect the sax; kind of takes it into Stooges' "Fun House" territory. I dig the deep tone of the bass. As this is a rough mix, I'd suggest bringing the guitar and vocal up higher in the mix. Perhaps a reverb on the guitar hard-panned to give it some extra sonic space.

United States, Nevada, Las Vegas

More Rations Please

One of the things I enjoy most about Number One Music artists is the newfound ability to hear music from around the world by singers who I'd never have the chance to listen to otherwise. That, in itself, is a great thing. Here, with this song with a deep guitar intro that few songs dare to bring to the table, accompanied by the sax and drums. Simply WOW. This is the kind of music I love to l listen to and make, myself. Yes Yes Yes! A fantastic groove throughout and I am dancing with the headphones on. This says a RUFF mix, but it's great. Too long for vocals to get into the song though... I'm not sure that's the best part of the mix, but I'll listen again!

United States, California, Huntington Beach

Very good song.

As a musician, you are part of a creative community and it is likely that at some point asked for constructive criticism of the music of your peers, something that, if done correctly, it can be valuable to all parties involved. As musicians, we've all been asked to provide feedback or constructive criticism. about the work that our colleagues are doing, the finished musical production or any musical idea. Similarly, we look to others to gain a new perspective on our work. Good job with the guitar and how good it sounds in the mix. I like how you processed the guitar sound in the mix. Music is extremely subjective and we all have our personal preferences about genres. and styles that we like and those that we don't. Listening to music is an emotional experience, and we react to it viscerally. So when listening to a song we are aware of our emotional reactions. Very good song, you saw my congratulations.

Germany, hamburg

cool song

++++++++ Hello +++++++++ Really great stuff of you, keep going and fill this "crazy times" with your sound Please stay save and healthy as well +++++++ Heavy Greetings from northern Germany Music hasste great ability to get people together and may heal a little bit. Heavy Greetings from northern Germany, Judith M.

Germany, Schwerin

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Not only the mix is RUFF

This one's got potential for sure, but it's pretty much unready. Sounds like a fragment was recorded during a jam session. The guitar player's got tone, and I like the contrast between the lead guitar and the saxophone which is often heard either/or but rarely together. Could be an idea to do even some parallel lines with both instruments?! The intro is too long and a bit chaotic, and also this break, this hole in the middle seems a bit undetermined yet. I would invest in this song both musically and technically since the potential is there.

Germany, Schweinfurt

Listen To This One

Joe Miranda & The Kings of Texas treat us to Ration Care Blues and it rocks its way into one's head with an ease that is startling. The guitar is rock blues and penetrates to the core. But it is the sax on here that really hits the listener in the face with its rock and roll jump start the heart nature. Instrumentally, a good song to groove to. The lyrics need some seasoning or a change of topic; they are not bad but the instrumental deserves more than what is here.

United States, Michigan, Grand Rapids

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Italy, dalmine bg

Not my cup of tea

This is a great group. The musicianship is superb and they would easily set any venue on fire. I usually give them good revues but I do not really like this song too much. With the right song to really show off what they can do, they could be something special and do really, really well. Maybe they might find something on The Prisoners' Songbook or Hometown Paradise (Spotify, iTunes etc). Best of luck anyway.

United Kingdom, Twickenham

A dose of heavy Texas Blues

Helpful

The saxophone shines for sure in this song. Nice lead guitar as well. Well developed tune and confident vocals, nice deep voice. Tight band overall that would be good to see live. This feels like a jam for the most part. Very cool.

United States, California, Los Osos

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