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Lynn Wilson

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  1. Thank you for your kind words! Let's hope this is only the beginning. Nigel, I have to admit, I was inspired by your own videos. I appreciate your time and comments very much! Steve, thank you so much for taking a look at this and commenting! Albert was happy to do this for me, though I didn't get to "colorize" him like he wanted Once again, thank you for your kind words, Steve. That must be the "London Way"!
  2. Thank you very much, Tom! I learned a long time ago that the more I eat, the older I get~~~ I appreciate your comment about the chords of the chorus. I had several choices and decided that dark was best for this song which led me to end it on a more upbeat note. (btw, I knew it was you) Freddy, it was an honor to have you participate in this, especially knowing your educational background. It lends gravitas to this subject! Let's hope this is just a beginning.
  3. I appreciate your time and thoughts. YouTube gets the credit for much of the footage, as they have a ton of royalty free content. Steve, thank you for your kind and wise words. My first goal was to raise awareness of this issue, and I may have overlooked a stray hit or two from the drum software, but then, that's kind of my trademark Kurt, thank you for understanding! Wow, what a gratifying response! Thanks for taking the time to do a little research and care. I know a lot of homeowners may not like to hear this, but dandelions are a big attraction for honeybees. That made me quit using pesticides and weed killers on my own lawn (with my neighbor's blessings).
  4. Thanks so much! I got lucky; most of the footage came from the royalty-free sections in YouTube. Jack, it's not the kick or snare that's off, rather it's most likely the guitar or bass. I used a preset drum pattern from Superior Drummer 3, so unless my software came in with a hangover, it wasn't the drums. Just consider this having the human touch Thanks for listening.
  5. Over the last couple of decades I've become concerned with the danger of extinction to the honeybee. Their population has twice been decimated, and their importance to agriculture cannot be underestimated. So along with some of my dearest friends (new and old) I wrote a song and made a video about the plight of the bee. Those of you with sharp eyes may spot our own Freddy J (Webb) during the grand finale, but the rest of the choir includes Pat and Jane Norman, Roger Fife, and Karyl Wilson. Roger played bass, and I did the rest. Each choir member contributed their own video clip, so my thanks to them! I hope you all enjoy! As always, I look forward to your comments and thank you for your time. Here's the video link:
  6. Fabulous! Best of luck with this, Rob. The guitar tones sound fantastic, as does everything else. Keep it up!
  7. I like this piece and I like the reverb, which makes is sound like it was recorded in an empty hall. Ahh...but, it's over so quickly.
  8. I agree with your friends, that it's good the way it is. Sometimes there's no need to over polish a gem, and that's what this recording is. I had to listen several times to just let this sink in. Well done!
  9. I think you've done a terrific job on this cover! I like it as is because it sounds genuine and heart-felt. I'm going back for another listen.
  10. Lynn Wilson

    A Soft Parade

    Wookie, you never seem to be at a loss for inspiration. You make synthesizers interesting and are to be commended for your efforts. Keep up the good work, my friend!
  11. Lynn Wilson

    Love is Bliss

    Terrific song, Rex. I like the fact that I never know what you're gonna do next. Stay that way!
  12. It works! Nice job and beautiful sounds.
  13. Lynn Wilson

    Rock Song

    This is a very well performed, retro hard rock song in the AC/DC or Kiss style. Just like those bands, the lyrics are hard to make out, but the energy and spirit is there. I agree with Ed, that it could use a little more bottom end and drum energy to round it out. Otherwise, this sounds good overall, and should gain some fans for you!
  14. Wow, this sounds totally professional and polished. The vocal was worth the wait! Both versions sound good to me, so job well done!
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