SINCE I LOST MY BABYTRACK STARTS OFF WITH A NICE SWAMPY BLUES FEEL WITH SOME TASTY GUITAR RIFFS THEN THE VOCAL STYLE REMINDS ME OF A CROSS BETWEEN JIM MORRISSON AND JOEY RAMONE THIS IS THE BLUES AT ITS CORE WITH A GOOD FEEL TO IT AND I CAN IMAGINE THIS TRACK GOING OVER WELL IN A LIVE SITUATION WITH PLENTY OF BLUES LICKS TO KEEP EVERYONE GROOVING ALONG WOULD BE A GOOD ALBUM TRACK TO INCLUDE ON A RECORD
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Ambitious Genre MashThe feel here is a bluesy with a repetitive riff and downbeat; Robert Gordon-ish rockabilly vocals and a long lead guitar solo throughout. I admire the mixing of all those ingredients into a progressive stretching way. I did hear a few other songs and heard flexible sounds on each as well. The question is how the general public will like it. Overall, the basics are done well and perhaps several magic formulas will arise. You never no.
VERY GOOD.The same melody can be interpreted softly, melodiously, joyfully, raw, playful, and in many ways sung or played by an instrument. Think of a metal song, a children's song or a romantic song. Of course, this is not a purely compositional aspect, but we must take it into account as it influences notoriously. Thinking about how the melody should sound, even the timbre of it is a very important aspect. Very good song. My congratulations.
NiceNice guitar lead, I like the live sound and mix of drums. A little bit of a classic mix showing you've put in some dedicated work 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!
ClassicThis sounds like it was made with the best of them back in the 70s or 80’s classic rock scene. If this was made somewhat recently I’m very impressed with the authenticity of the classic sound you have. Either way whether it’s old or new I like it. Great song writing and execution of musical skills displayed. The solo is epic and the lead singer is on point with his style. I can’t think of the band or singer you remind me of but I know most of you reading this know who I’m thinking of. Anyway great job I love the song I’ll look for more of your music thanks and PEACE -DONATELLO
ZAP & The Wires ..Since I Lost My BabyI think I want some of your Blackberry Brandy! like the track full and fun sounding the guitar work is interesting and clever loads of reverb and atmosphere. its an up to date 1950s 1960s sort of vibe with modern guitar and effects well disciplined bass and drums. well what can I say add this track to jiving round the kitchen play list and have fun. Zap and the wires did while recording this so press play and share the atmosphere. All the Best Stephen
Guitar sounds greatI think that the guitar in this track is really good, and I that with a better production value for the recording, this track could be a lot of fun. However, and this is just my personal opinion, I am not a fan of the vocals in this track. Maybe it's the style, or the delivery, but either way it's not the strongest contribution, and a singer in a band should highlight the rest of the group and this isn't the case, because I think the guitarist is a better candidate for taking the lead in this song.
Awesome ????I really can relate to this song I Lost My baby 7 years ago my wife thank you for sharing this song with me thank you for being a blessing to the other people thank you for not being selfish. Continue to be creative continue to make grey music continue to be unique and never stay inside of a box cuz your gifts can be for a lot of people like it was for me and it is for me. Hope you had a wonderful New year's Eve New year's day service at this year be blessed full of creativity and new music new style new song in new uniqueness. Thank you again for sharing your music with me please keep me posted on any new music that you may have coming up in the new future thank you again God
Bop reviewAlright, nice guitar intro definitely a Metallica feel to it.i wonder if the guitarist likes them or not.nice shift with the rhythm section bluesy shuffle very kool.the vocals are a punk flair of the cramps and the group that plays should I stay or should I go. I definitely am enjoying the vocals very kool tones being projected. The group was called the clash by the way,Am dumb.nice guitar solos reminds me of Steve Stevens from billy idol. So I like this song it’s kool keep on doing.
Since I Lost My BabyThis Track, is 50's Rock, Revisited. the guitars, blend 60's in with the 50's sound that we are fimilure with.I Like The Base sound, with a bit of fuzz. The vocals are true 50's rock.this is where the Everly sound got its start. True Juke Box,& Soda Pop.
Catches Your Attention QuicklyQuirky Odd Awesome Sound. Very interesting song, with a slightly dark side. I'm really digging this tune. Quentin Tarantino watch out for these guys. Love the Guitar work, very strong. Drums and Bass are very solid. Vocals have that odd Texas Style...old School thing going. Great work. Really enjoyed listening to this tune. Best Wishes Edward Westbrook "Atomic Energy Society"
Since I Lost My BabyI'll Drink to That !! Good sound Guy. Its amazing what you can do under the influence of alcohol. This song has a really cool bluesy kind of feel and I Love the guitar instrumentals. You did a great job !! Yeah I get the thingee about losing your baby.. I have dumped a few through the years finally found a keeper... just like my horses. HA !! HA !!
Find her!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. As soon as this songs starts I want to start singing Since I Lost My Baby... Rare is a song already promoting the title without even a word spoken. Well produced and engaging. Vocals are a Monster Mash throwback.
Needs Some WorkThere is too much chorus on the electric rhythmn guitar, making this song sound like it was recorded in 1983. And at 4:40 this song is way too long. The listener should be left wanting to hear more. When this song ended I thought "i'm glad that's over". This song is just too weird. The vocals and lead guitar are hostile and hateful sounding. Good music should bring peace and joy to the listener, this song made me feel angry.