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Old 08-08-2021, 08:20 PM   #4761 (permalink)
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MADA!

I'm about a 100% positive on this being the best song I've ever made (though there are others, I'm extremely proud of):
https://soundcloud.com/user-748637654/ffq5txv6z9li

And I presented it to my band a couple of weeks ago. And we played it several times, the best of which I link here:
https://soundcloud.com/user-74863765...da-kwartet-m4a


What do you guys think of it?
(The song, the performances)
How do you compare the two versions?
Which one do you prefer?

Do you have any comments (constructive or otherwise)
listening to the best song one I love sitar and raga!! this hooked me from the beginning a drone always does, what instrument are you playing in this? It sounds sort of like tishoumaren in the guitar playing are you familiar with that field? Desert blues from the Saharan region of Africa.
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Old 08-09-2021, 09:17 AM   #4762 (permalink)
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what instrument are you playing in this?
Well, all of them.

That being bass, sitar, guitar, a tambourine, a djembe (a model for kids), and vocals.

On the band version I'm playing bass and singing.


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It sounds sort of like tishoumaren in the guitar playing are you familiar with that field? Desert blues from the Saharan region of Africa.
I'm familiar with desert blues, I've even been twice at a Tamikrest show.
I don't know what tishoumaren is though
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Old 08-09-2021, 09:31 AM   #4763 (permalink)
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Tishoumaren is the genre name for the Tuareg desert blues that Tamikrest plays.
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Old 08-09-2021, 09:37 AM   #4764 (permalink)
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Tishoumaren is the genre name for the Tuareg desert blues that Tamikrest plays.
oh, cool, good to know

Then I guess I am familiar with it
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Old 08-11-2021, 06:48 PM   #4765 (permalink)
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Hey Joe



hey guys, I've just recently (about month ago) done a cover of Hey Joe, and I was wondering of what you might think of it?

https://soundcloud.com/user-74863765...at-have-i-done



PS.: I mean, you can dismiss (unless you have some constructive criticism; or you've liked it) the solo in your review – I was quite drunk and stoned when recording it.


If you have any compliments/advices about the chord progression, the singular instrument lines, the production, mixing, whatever, and so on and so forth, feel free to say all of your (even the darkest) thoughts



The cover art was done by a friend of mine (if you're reading my band journal: it was Szelest who did it)
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Old 08-13-2021, 08:39 PM   #4766 (permalink)
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work in progress epic collage but here's the cover your welcome



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Old 08-13-2021, 11:15 PM   #4767 (permalink)
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https://nocurfewkids.bandcamp.com/al...irsaf-pelucrum

if u like video game music like MIDI kinda **** and then like industrial, progressive electronic, sound collage, hardcore edm kinda ****... check this out
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Old 08-27-2021, 11:13 AM   #4768 (permalink)
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I tweaked this one a bit. It's a bit like a dump truck going down the road, but it's more listenable now after addressing some issues I wasn't comfortable with.

https://planktonsodyssey.bandcamp.co.../cheap-guitars



Not too bad for a $100 Squier Strat.
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https://soundcloud.com/regulartristan/ov-power-minimix

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Old 09-01-2021, 10:13 AM   #4770 (permalink)
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Hey,

I was just wondering what does the world think of this song?


(I asked already a number of people – but all of them were there when the song was conceived; so I don't trust these opinions that much)

https://soundcloud.com/gustaw-witoms...dniu-jam-cover


The idea is that this would be the last track on an album. A conceptual album – whose theme is that people search for a "way out", search for "something that's beyond their reach".

And this is the song that is meant to say "you've reached it"/"You can feel accomplished". If you know what I mean (in the next couple off days I'll write down the story of the entire album on my blog – here on MB – so maybe it'll be more clear).

Anyway, the song itself?
[all instruments played by me – acoustic guitar, bass, piano, sitar, tambourine, percussion drum]

I've always been quite proud of this one, but I've never shown it to anyone apart from the people who were there at the time of the creation.
The hypothetical album was/is called "Cat Farm Trouble", the song's title means "High South" (as a reminder of "High Noon" – the movie).
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