Magali Fortin / Pianissimots / Vivre c'est mourir un peu (Cyril Achard/Guitar, Alain Messier/Harmonica, Magali Fortin/Piano/Voice)
Nice!Nice piano lead, I like the live sound and mix of drums. A little bit of a classic mix showing you've done your homework on your art. More artist should study the roots of their culture of art to be better at their own art. Keep up the good work and stay in the lab creating new material to stay fresh and on your toes. If you're ever looking for a hip hop collaboration hit me up I'm versatile. Peace!
AmazingIt starts off with a strong piano. Then draws in a strong woman pushing a powerful theme with her strong vocals, that leave you mesmerized. There is not a flaw in her vocals. She is determined to send us an important message of the meaning of her message in her music. My body fell into the composition, and then my mind picked up on her vocals, keeping my attention, even after my mind has drifted off. The theme is universal and can be played and enjoyed anywhere.
I liked the tune and would have scored higherHad there been a resolve to the verse melody music arrangement instead of just going to the four from the one and omitting a chorus with some break from it's "sameness in the changes" . Sorry I don't understand French so the lyrics, though melodious in form are missed by my ear. Otherwise, beautiful- both vocally and instrumentally. Bob chance, Mon Cher!
Song reviewHi, thanks a lot for the song request. Now I like to listen to songs that I wouldn't normally listen to. So, today, I thought I'd listen to a song in French. I liked the song, sounds mice, vocal and piano, andsinging in French hivedoors it that bit of uummmph. Please send me a link to any other material you have and I will have a listen and review. Merci.
Close to chanson!Megali Fortin has a really dynamic voice and also unique vocal projection. The lyrics encapsulating the beliefs or ideals implementing an important question. The chorus is impressive about "To live means also to die a little somehow". The masterful piano is forcing the song constantly and the accompaining classical guitar sounds brilliant. The imaginative transitions in the bridge together with the harmonica makes the song lively and creative. This extra factor brings moreover deep feelings into the song. The chorus has definitely an important message and I can feel the meaning of this wonderful song regardless of the language. Overall a really impressive recording from a very talented soloistin. This song is an original and I´m sure you will like to add it. Let others know your recommedation.
bonne chanson, good songBonjour Magali. Ceci c'est vraiment unne bonne chanson. Vous avez une très belle voix et comme vous m'avez dit, vous jouez vraiment bien le piano. La texte est vraiment poétique: Vous avez vraiment le talent à choisir les mots correctes. Une chanson profondes et un peu triste aussi, mais la réalité c'est en effet que la vie n'est pas facile. Vivre c'est mourir un peu. C'est vraiment courageux que vous faites. Un bon enregistrement: J'aime la guitare, le solo. Il se manque peut-être un peu de guitarre de bass. J'aime aussi la composition de la chanson, mais Magali, en écrivante, vous pourriez oser encore un peu plus: des compositions encore plus nuancées. Mais vous chantez vraiment de votre coeur et vous me laissez vraiment curieux à écouter votres nouvelles chansons. Merci beaucoup, je suis vraiment content à avait eu l'opportunité de vous dire mon opinion dans cette review. Bonne chance. Pieter B. de Gand, Belgique
Review Magali Fortin -By LaSueedeNice Piano Intro and nice combination with an Acoustic Guitar. Also a Unique Voice. It feels like i have reviewed this one before but maybe a different song from you. Nice brass in the mid of the song that give you a good feeling. A pretty good studio mixing. Maybe there was some rhytm problems in the end of the song. I would like the here more GRAND piano it can feel a little electronic sometime and almost baffled. But a nice song. Maybe find a rhythm tools like maracas native drums of a kind like Cajones or something like that. Nice feeling to this song.
In MY OpinionGreetings, Thank you for choosing me to review your work, I count it an honor to be included in such a task. My hat is off to you and anyone willing to step out and share their gift, talent and love of music to the public. Be it a musician, singer, song writer, actor and so-on. I myself, via 40 some years of experience in the fields, on the road, in the studio, radio, TV, video, and management, consider myself to be a seasoned musician, singer, song writer, studio-sound tech/engineer/ owner/operator, stage manager, find it sometimes hard/difficult and perhaps not even fair to sit in a seat, voicing My Opinion concerning another's creative efforts. Especially in certain genres of music I am not all that familiar with concerning very important elements that make up and meet the required standards to justify the various levels of ratings and grades. So, in saying ALL that, I will limit myself to MY Opinion concerning the quality of the work according to My ears, and the standards I have been familiarized with thru-out the years. I hold to the old - saying " Beauty Is In The EAR of The Beholder ... LOL. The sound quality of the recording over-all is very crisp and bright and clear, I really enjoyed the piano work.Vocals are smooth and natural, sort of - down to earth as they say, and extremely peaceful. The mix levels let me know who was still in charge of this song. Very easy to sit back and listen to. I mean no offense in any part, I myself take all feedback and use it as a tool toward my next project. I pray you feel the same way. Either way, I say to you, keep doing what you do, keep kicking and enjoying what you do. I tell folks all the time for many years. When it stops being FUN, then it's time to stop, and stand back and think about what we are doing, why we are doing it, how we are doing it, what we and others are getting out it. Is it what we want, and how we want it. IF NOT. what are willing to do from there? Thank you again for asking MY OPINION. Johnny
Chanson en FrancaisFirst of all my French isn't that good that I can follow a song in the French language without reading the lyrics, but I understood the title that came by more than once. I like the composition, but I didn't hear anything surprising as the song moved on to the end, not a small bridge to break up the repetition of chords. With regards to the vocal part, you have a nice timbre, but I've heard many parts not on pitch, perhaps due to the vibrato you use. So IMO try to minimise that technique.
Life & Death in the French QuarterThe sign of a good song is if it connects on some deeper level than the obvious. Although this beautifully written and produced song has French lyrics, nonetheless even an English speaker can appreciate the song. I know enough French to know that this song deals with life and death, and so I hang on the words making my own story line. The vocalist is convincing, and the interplay between the piano and the Spanish guitar seals the deal. Yep, the real deal!
My review of the songFirst of all Magaly, I thank you for the opportunity to comment on the subject. The feeling that the song reflects in relation to life in relation to death, is a theme that is hardly ever touched in any song. I can see the passion in each of the notes that your voice expresses. For me a larger production would have been ideal, with more instruments, and preferably an orchestral arrangement. The performance of the piano is quite good, although sometimes it is spliced with the guitar. The harmonica solo is good but it is heard below volume. It is a song that is a bit long to listen to on the radio, but whoever feels the sensitivity of the lyrics does not take care of those things. I congratulate you.
Proud of uU'r the Second franch female Singer i am listen for Win some blincoins for a Review...I only share and Review what I REALLY LIKE.I'M BRAZILIAN AND TWO DAYS AGO DECIDE REC MY NEW SONGS THAT WILL BE A KIND OF DIFFERENT THAN WHAT I WAS RECORDING..MY SONGS R DIFFERENT BETWEEN THEIRSELVES BUT I DECIDE TO ACCEPT MORE MY REAL VOICE AND DON'T REC IN ENGLISH AS I PLANNED...AND CAN TOUCH IN OUR OWN LANGUAGE AND IN FIRAT TIME IN OUR FEELINGS THAT HAVE A LOT OF WE LEARN INSIDE OUR CULTURE AND ALMOST ALWAYS SOUNDS LIKE US SO MUCH BETTER IN OUR LANGUAGE IS SO MAGICAL AND POWERFUL...CONGRATS MAGALI
Beautiful melody and accompaniment.Your voice is beautiful. No doubt you are from France - the country of beautiful love songs. Your composition is like others I have heard but no less captivating. The quality and sound mixing is great. You certainly should be proud of this work. The piano and for that matter all of the instruments are consistent and and well played but again I commend you on this composition and voice. The pitch of your voice is exact, comforting and so pleasant to listen to. I would have loved to sing harmony with this song. I'm sure lots of vocalists would have enjoyed that. Congratulations on this composition, this beautiful work of musical art and I have already mentioned your beautiful voice to carry it all. God bless and carry on this great gift you have- Armand Richard from Montreal - Canada.
Stunning songWhat really captivated with this song was the emotion behind the beautiful vocals. So much passion this song has and very relaxing to listen to. The song also has a very nice sincere charm to it. Anyway to sum up the song it's absolutely wonderful to listen to and you should be proud of this song!
My ThoughtsI love your voice Madam Magali (If I may call you that). It also does not hurt that you are a belle woman in appearance too. This groove has such passion to it. And as I listen to it. The meaning I got from it.. I guest for one to live his best life. it seems some of his worse life or past must die off for him to completely enjoy it.. Righteous Writings...Indeed!!! Another great groove love..Well done..Magnifique!!!