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thank you so much for sending me your song for review, I appreciate it. Wow, what a very nice piece of music, a king of country road rocky song, great voice inside, the music and those guitars and melodies are just beautiful, I like the fact that the song sounds really different than others in the same style. I like the voice too very much. The sax is great too, it helps the song and makes it tight. Congratulations on such music production, keep it up, many greetings from Germany, Alfredo from King Mambo

Germany, Muenster


Racey Blues & Rock with a different vibe. Your introduction comes at me Like a canon ball. Excellent musicianship, great harmony of the vocals and a really anointed Sax player. A nice new take on a love song with some great lyrics. You have been playing for a long while one can tell with that fast and furious guitar. Nice to hear a love song in Rock. So I think you have a winner here for the charts. Maybe place it in the Soul Genre too. It speaks wonderfully to the heart and soul of a woman.

United Kingdom

More than a Surf Song

For one, Inseparable tells a classic boy girl story shock always makes a song interesting. Another cool facet to this song is the use of a Leslie speaker (or effect) that provides a 60’s era feel, or at least displaces the song in time. I also like the use of Sax- not a common instrument in surf music, but maybe should be because it works well here. Joe Miranda & the Kings are seasoned pros and this song is a great example of that.

United States, California, San Jose

Really inseparable


569/5000 Wow Joe !! What a cool music!! I have not heard an interesting rock like this one on the site for some time !! I liked the arrangement, the harmonious progression of the chords, the saxophone inputs and above all the good energy I felt while listening to the music !! The lyrics also tells a nice story !! Anyway, I will recommend to all my contacts so that they know your work !! Congratulations on the composition and keep making good songs like that !! I take this opportunity to invite you to know my musical work !! When you have time, listen to some of my songs .. See you later!

Brazil, São Paulo

Blues Patrol

Good morning thank you for sharing your music with me and the world I really like the creativity and the uniqueness of your song..I listen to a lot of music i am a big fan of music ... continue to share your gifts with the world and never stay inside of a box... Sorry it took me so long to review your music. I'm just backed up..Once again thank you for sharing your music with me please keep me posted in the near future...I hope you had a wonderful week and I hope you will enjoy your upcoming weekend.. Thank you again for sharing.. Have a wonderful day and may God continue to bless ???? you in all your endeavors...

United States, California, Every Where

Good Effort

Surf Song ? Not so sure about that ? But anywhoo lets just get going , to me the mix sounded very muddy , evident the mastering is a bit off or maybe no mastering at all . just a bus mix ? who knows ? separation is great , production sounds good and levels all seem to be correct but i just cant get passed the final stage ......... Mastering !! This could be a great track if mastered / mastered properly ........ by that i feel the composition sounds flat , lifeless , no energy !! i know its there but it doesn't shine through ....... An exciter on the master track would bring some life to it but you cant go past good old fashioned Mastering ........ Good Luck ....................Squirty....................

Australia, Brisbane


Good driving tune well put together with real conviction and purpose, very well recorded and produced, this song has a good feel and easy to listen to similar to in feel and movement to early 2000 artists of the indie scene

United Kingdom, Aberdeen Scotland

Tumbleweeds and Cactus trees


This is a great driving song. Tumbleweed and Cactus ???? plants. A voice soaked in the same barrels of mountain whiskey delivers tales of love on the road with 100 miles to go until sunup. Fade out with light as it slips behind the horizon waiting for another day to end so he can hit the road again. And leave the town behind us as we hit the highway and head straight into the arms of trouble. Smokey driving bass and drums push ever onward in league with the guitars twang. Oh, and don't forget the classic tenor sax compliment. Just in case you want some class on this crazy country-rock hayride out of hell and straight into Yr lovers waiting arms.

United States, New Jersey, New York

Bop review

Alright some surf music today.classic fifties wipeout drum intro kool. Wow it went almost into a punkish sound. lyric definitely sticks out. This ones all over the place from punk,fifties, hint of jazz but most of all it moves and grooves and has a very interesting sound.i never expected this to change into different styles the horn section totally came out of no where which I enjoyed very much. My final thought very professional and great sounding.

United States, Pennsylvania, Nazareth

A Cautionary Tale of Overproduction

I really like the surf music of the late 50s and early 60s, so I decided that I would give this song a chance. This has more in common popular with 80s rock than it does surf music. There is a guitar with a tremolo effect on it, and that's the closest this ever gets to surfing. This is just my personal opinion, but I think that this song suffers from overproduction. The reverb soaked saxophone is particularly bothersome for me. It would've been a better listen (for me) had this been a more stripped down recording that resembles what this song would sound like played live.

United States, Oklahoma, Hughes County


Interesting retro sound..good transitions nice guitar and sax solo...but there is a little lack of ''homogénéité''ang it makes me feel like there is too many different parts in this single song...But I'm just a pure amator with a very little experience so...does it really count? Continue your good work and enjoy it as much as you can!!! Music is a gift !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Canada, Quebec, Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon & Sainte-Maxime, Côte d'Azur, France.

Where's the Lift ?

The track starts in a low key and is a bit on the dull side sonically meaning its a very bassy muddy recording This is to allow for a gravilly deep strong vocal voice to cruz in to the track Which I like. The arrangement is conventional acoustic rock fine moves along nicely then the chorus comes in ! Boy what an anticlimax no lift its a though the air just burst the balloon Where's the lift ! Guys vocally musically ? Really sorry guys this is not great and the lyrics are very trite and predictable prity uninspiring there are so many way to structure this sort of song with this sentiment in a much more interesting way lyrically and still say the same thing just poor. I can hear your all good musicians and the vocas have potential to be prity Cool just find some better material to sing Sorry Guys not your Best

United Kingdom, London

...inseparable from fame!

That's a cool produced straight country-style alternative rock song with lots of amazing sounds woven into that liquid rolling force of confident attitude lead by a smokey voice. Even if your listening habits exclude these sounds, this is a track is worth to listen. My deep respect to all responsible people in this project, this is one piece of an excellent work, made inseparable from fame!

Germany, Stuttgart


Hello there Joe Miranda and The Kngs of Texas, Thans for sending me the link for the song. Liked the saxaphone on the tune, decent enough song. Grows on you ater a few plays. Feel free to send me a lnk to any other of your material and I will review that aswell. Keep up the good work. Cheers.

Finland, Vantaa


Inseparable 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

Italy, italy

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United States, Arizona, Tucson

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