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Jesse Screed

Sometimes in the Dark of Night

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Jesse, yikes sometime in the dark something happened to your voice!
It's that dam cat, ouch.

Oh, man I'm sorry!

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you should credit your lovely assistant!

 

thumbs to both of ya!

 

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Jesse
Beautiful melody beautifully sung. She sounds familiar but I can't place her.

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That's a really cool ballad Jesse - it's been awhile since I heard her voice - she has a good one.

I liked the violins in the background - they sounded quite good to me.

I really liked that ending as well - well done.

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19 hours ago, bjornpdx said:

Jesse
Beautiful melody beautifully sung. She sounds familiar but I can't place her.

Bjorn, I hope your wife didn't ask you to listen on headphones.

12 hours ago, Douglas Kirby said:

I heard her voice - she has a good one.

she has never wanted to sing another one of my songs since,

I'm searching for another,

I'll find her

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3 hours ago, Jesse Screed said:

Bjorn, I hope your wife didn't ask you to listen on headphones.

 

Nah, she liked it. And you know my comment about the headphones was only good natured joshing.

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smooth chord progression, nice melody, good voice! That's a great foundation. I liked the pizzicato strings as well. That string swell at the very end is great, it has a sense of urgency!

The kick drum choice is flabby of course, and demands the listener's attention - is that what you want?

If this was  a conventional band, I believe the rest of the players would convene an official Band Meeting, and prolly kick the drummer out, because the  guitarist knows a guy.

'twas a good listen allrighty!

-Tom

 

 

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7 hours ago, David Sprouse said:

One minute you're avant garde the next you're playing golf!

Sophisticated genius?

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This is quite a departure Jesse and very good it is.  Actually, it is a beautiful ballad and well demonstrates your versatility.  The vocal were very well done  --- was that you?  Really???

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Jesse!  Do you have a sweet tooth?  I love the song and vocal, and my suggestion would be to flip the volume ratio of the instruments vs. vocal so the voice doesn't get buried.  Otherwise, sweeeeet!

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