Got to be willing review

The instrumental is absolutely enchanting. I enjoy the breaks in the bridge reminiscent of some Peter Tosh. The storyline is concise and the lyrics coincide wonderfully. I appreciate the whole body of work that made this song what is its really amazing how Jamaican culture has permeated the globe in such a positive way.

Didn't know what to expect but i like it

Thanks for asking me to review your song. I really didnt know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised. As soon as the base came into the song, it pulled me in and got my interest. I really thought it was going to be an instrumental track and feel as though the singing should have come in earlier, although i can see why you wanted to let everyone listen to the great music, it just got better and better and that bridge, blew me away, well done and all the best with it. nice track


Thank you for sharing your talent... I feel blessed to know you in this life...Keep your music alive... It sounds great and I feel your heart and soul in all that you do and share with the are appreciated

Nice dub sound

First.. the intro threw me off a little, then the music kicked in and it got my full attention. the lyrics is a mix of between Johnny Cash, Mick Jagar meets UB40,more blend on the rock & roll tip

Got to be Willing

This track is hot-wired, from the top. the cross between rock & reggae is very apparent to the listener. The band is more than back-up, they are an integral part of the overall scene. the vocals(both lead & background) are top-notch, The horn section is right on time. The Drummers offbeat is a plus..I Loved the overall track...This should be welcomed to the radio scene.

And Able

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. When rock meets funk and reggae, this song's intro is a fun throwback to 1970's albums where you are taking a long journey into the unknown. Perhaps a funkadelic adventure.

wow this is so nice music can't wait to listen to more of this Wonderfull music I love the feeling and the rock is on fire its very nice and I just love it

lovely awesome feeling just love this music this is rock and this is so awesome that I am listening everyday this is just so great and this is something I will recommend to the world essi


I love the lyrical content of this track. Along with the magical reggae beat makes it even more valid in its relation to the reality of what is being said. The rhythm has that spring bounce like a stepping razor and the accent of the singer brings the whole thing to life...Good works..


i love the dynamic mix is well..........................kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

Reglections of roots.

Really a new type of feel reflection of roots reggae. Awesome guitar playing. Sounds like 70-80s reggae with a touch of rock, or metal. It has a strong twist of European/American reggae type style.

Kool song

Well this is different than the normal reggae tracks I’m used to but nevertheless still a good song well composed and arranged I definitely like that electric guitar you got going out there buddy nice song keep up the good work Jah bless

Got to be willing to rehearse just a bit more

I certainly don't mean to trite but there is a handful of musicians with a variety of talent. The lyrics of the song and the delivery didn't raise the song up to a memorable performance. The vocals and bass are particularly weak. The song also suffers from various tempos by the individual players. I would also highly recommend spending more time with the mix. Overall the song doesn't come together to give it the appeal required to make it not forgettable. Sorry for the weak review but that's the way it sounds..


You did it to me 'again', Zap & the Wires. The Reggae beat is excellent on this song. The Bass line is awesome. It was a little hard to follow at the beginning but it fell right into place within the first 32 bars. I was wondering what the bridge was gonna be like and that is where you did it to me at the 2 minute mark. The break was spot on and when the tenor sax came in, it was beautiful. Then you went 'over' the top with the lead guitar lick...That's when you got the '5' rating from me. VERY nicely done! The fade out with the tenor sax was the icing on the cake. You have a good song here, Zap! Keep up the good work. ~ gizzmow, Bonham, Texas


Nice song and riddim is nice good feel it's definitely mediation music keep pushing the music I'm looking forward to hearing more music from you in the future nuff love and Respect keep the fire blazing.

How I see it

I like the Rock guitar fused into the reggae beat very creative I've only heard this fusion a limited amount of times. The effort is good I like it keep pushing and doing good music. Music have no limits no walls no boundaries so lets juat keep making and sharing it with the rest of the world. Respect for sharing your talent and creativity with us all.
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