Missing in America / Songs / relight my fire

Good music by any measure

This is of course some kind of root music we deal with regarding Missing in America. It might be argued this had been attempted so many times before by so many folks in music, but let's talk some straight talk here: these days almost anything has been thoroughly endeavored and tried in any possible combination and approach. Having done all that a query arises: what do we have here in the end? I'll tell you what: the traditional rock style, that's what it's all about here. This is what turns out to be the best way to do music.

Root music

This is of course some kind of root music we deal with regarding Joe Miranda & The KIngs Of Texas. It might be argued this had been attempted so many times before by so many folks in music, but let's talk some straight talk here: these days almost anything has been thoroughly endeavored and tried in any possible combination and approach. Having done all that a query arises: what do we have here in the end? I'll tell you what: the traditional rock style, that's what it's all about here. This is what turns out to be the best way to do music.

Root music

This is of course some kind of root music we deal with regarding Joe Miranda & The KIngs Of Texas. It might be argued this had been attempted so many times before by so many folks in music, but let's talk some straight talk here: these days almost anything has been thoroughly endeavored and tried in any possible combination and approach. Having done all that a query arises: what do we have here in the end? I'll tell you what: the traditional rock style, that's what it's all about here. This is what turns out to be the best way to do music.

Root music

This is of course some kind of root music we deal with regarding Joe Miranda & The KIngs Of Texas. It might be argued this had been attempted so many times before by so many folks in music, but let's talk some straight talk here: these days almost anything has been thoroughly endeavored and tried in any possible combination and approach. Having done all that a query arises: what do we have here in the end? I'll tell you what: the traditional rock style, that's what it's all about here. This is what turns out to be the best way to do music.

Root music

This is of course some kind of root music we deal with regarding Joe Miranda & The KIngs Of Texas. It might be argued this had been attempted so many times before by so many folks in music, but let's talk some straight talk here: these days almost anything has been thoroughly endeavored and tried in any possible combination and approach. Having done all that a query arises: what do we have here in the end? I'll tell you what: the traditional rock style, that's what it's all about here. This is what turns out to be the best way to do music.

I Liked it!

I like the way you kept it going at full speed and not letting it down. The leads in between were 'crazy' good, that's what kept me going and interested in the song. The lyrics gave me a 'Doors' feeling at the "Fire" that gave it a good kick, in my opinion. But I'd of given you the '5' rating if you'd of blasted away in a full guitar solo for a couple of rounds. That's what I was waiting for, but the one's in between the lyrics were just as good. I like the groove you took me on, it felt great, Thanks. I wish you the best here on N1Music and on your music adventure! ~ gizzmow, Bonham, Texas 'ROCK ON'!

Original sound

It's definitely root music in its best term of it, dealing with some authentic rock sound like you'd really want it to sound these days, and it's totally to the point. I mean there have been already so many things happening up to now it makes you think we've tried it all down the line when it comes to guitar-played band thing. All of a sudden you find it's never was anything better than that, i.e. just guitars, vocals and good drumming to it all. It doesn't get any better, does it?

Basic rock music

It's definitely root music in its best term of it, dealing with some authentic rock sound like you'd really want it to sound these days, and it's totally to the point. I mean there have been already so many things happening up to now it makes you think we've tried it all down the line when it comes to guitar-played band thing. All of a sudden you find it's never was anything better than that, i.e. just guitars, vocals and good drumming to it all. It doesn't get any better, does it?

Review of relight my fire

A driving guitar rock song that has a nice beat and clear vocals should get some great reviews by the true rock fans, This tune is certainly worth a listen ! I like the bass guitar string start and the almost talking strings adds interest to the tune . I like the way the artist on the guitar lays out the melody in support of the vocals and your drums never miss a beat. Maybe a little back up on the vocals would add a bit more, and some horn sound maybe a sax would be nice to add a little more interest but that’s just a thought, not trying to be critical at all! Bests to you and your band and thanks for asking for my review! Drive on!

Root music style

It's definitely root music in its best term of it, dealing with some authentic rock sound like you'd really want it to sound these days, and it's totally to the point. I mean there have been already so many things happening up to now it makes you think we've tried it all down the line when it comes to guitar-played band thing. All of a sudden you find it's never was anything better than that, i.e. just guitars, vocals and good drumming to it all. It doesn't get any better, does it? It does.

Light It Up

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 we get a great intro with guitars and drums that sound like we're ready to rock out at a major stadium. Vocally - passionate for sure. However, vocals need help in post-production for a variety of issues - but I would totally rock out with you live and wave my hands in the air like I just don't care! WOOOOOO!

Root music

It's definitely root music in its best term of it, dealing with some authentic rock sound like you'd really want it to sound these days, and it's totally to the point. I mean there have been already so many things happening up to now it makes you think we've tried it all down the line when it comes to guitar-played band thing. All of a sudden you find it's never was anything better than that, i.e. just guitars, vocals and good drumming to it all. What else do you need, people?

Original.Really?

At least a couple of groups have already had hits with a song of the same name. This is mediocre, repetitive and rubbish. By the way, fire is one syllable not two. The guitarist, albeit talented, goes way over the top on this very simple tune in order to make it sound more interesting but this proves to be unsuccessful and even tedious. At the end of the day though, these are talented musicians who should be able to do a whole lot better than this 2nd rate tosh.

Relight My Fire

Nice mix, not muddy. The arrangement is cool, and if there's anything I'd say to make this better is that it's a little pitchy here and there, but nothing to be bummed about. There is a slight problem with sync a couple times about halfway through, where the drum fill seems out of sync. All in all, just a little tightening up of the arrangement and it would really rock. Guitar tones are good, and maybe pump up the bass just a little.

You Listen To The Doors Don't You?

The quality of the recording is good, although the timing of the drums to guitar are a bit off. Sounds like the drums are made from a drum machine but the vocals have a Jim Morrison vibe, was this song inspired by "Light My Fire" by the Doors?
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