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On 9/20/2020 at 3:06 AM, Bajan Blue said:

Hi David

Really cool, great piece of composing and playing

Enjoyed the listen

Cheers

Nigel

 

Nigel,  

 

Thank you for

listening.

 

David

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Fabulous!  I want to listen again because I wasn't expecting this.  You get strong points for originality, but that's no surprise.  Congrats!

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David, I always enjoy your work.
This is one of your best!
I get the Belew references, but I was thinking Pink Floyd myself (not that it matters).

Big 👍's on this one...

t

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On 9/14/2020 at 1:43 AM, David Sprouse said:

The *intersectionality* of panic and sublimity. :D:D

Well above my pay grade to understand what that means.

But the piece was quintessentially trippy Sprouse (in a good way). 

Well Done!

 

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Bapu remember when you used to hear the words *robust* and *at the end of the day* well now it's postmodern jargon like *intersectionality* and *nuance.*  Basically, their meanings are determined by the surrounding  *narratives* or *alternative facts* or *con-texts. *(air quotes) Anyways, I didn't mean it seriously :D:D  Music is so subjective.  Thank you for taking the time listen to it.

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Nice David. You got a lot of crazy rhythmic things going on. The way you put it all together is really good. I like the way the bass and drums just keep on trudging along and the other parts bounce between these rhythms . Crazy guitar at the end lived the pan stuff.

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On 9/23/2020 at 1:32 PM, Lynn said:

Fabulous!  I want to listen again because I wasn't expecting this.  You get strong points for originality, but that's no surprise.  Congrats!

Ooh  a double listen, thank you so much Lynn.

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On 9/24/2020 at 8:09 AM, DeeringAmps said:

David, I always enjoy your work.
This is one of your best!
I get the Belew references, but I was thinking Pink Floyd myself (not that it matters).

Big 👍's on this one...

t

Tom  I really gotta listen to more adrian belew.  Thanks for the thumbs up!

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On 9/26/2020 at 11:52 PM, Max Arwood said:

Nice David. You got a lot of crazy rhythmic things going on. The way you put it all together is really good. I like the way the bass and drums just keep on trudging along and the other parts bounce between these rhythms . Crazy guitar at the end lived the pan stuff.

Max thanks so much for the careful listen and remarks.  

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On 9/28/2020 at 2:58 AM, daryl1968 said:

good stuff David - enjoyed it a lot.

Daryl, I'm honored that you chose to listen to my song.  I'm  glad it didn't disappoint you.

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A Psychedelic and experimental piece.  Sounds you had fun with it.  However anxiety is a killer for me. 

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Vechung, not everyone's meant to be a performer (if you have performance anxiety).  There's tons of different things one can do with music without performing.  Your squeemishness might serve your composing skills and vice versa.  It's not all about perfectionism either though that's how it first manifests itself.  It's the eye in the sky you know <alan parsons> 

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On 10/7/2020 at 12:36 AM, thegaltieribrothers said:

Hi David,

A really interesting instrumental which unnerves and interests at the same time - a great Avant Garde piece.

Thanks for sharing.

Good Job!

regards

paul

Paul,  thank for taking the time to listen to my music. 

 

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You have a lot of fans on this one, and me too! I think it might be you are featuring guitars a bit more? That voice really suits your angular compositional style.

Angular as in, unconventional and pleasant. Where everyone else is playing with the usual building blocks, you have triangles large and small.

As you can see, I'm unqualified to render a decent critique, that's how good and unique your stuff is.

 

Cheers,

-Tom

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