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Well who doesn't like delay - the Galtieri Brothers certainly do + our latest track don't laugh at me plays around with it to create a rebound effect.

Please have listen and we welcome any critiques you may be inclined to share in this busy home-restricted world of ours.

Keep on truckin' guys you never know who's listening 😉 

best wishes

paul 

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Well I like delay a lot and I like this even more!!

This is a great track Paul

Love the delay, love the vocals and the guitars sound great.

Really cool stuff - best thing I heard for a while

Nigel

 

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Excellent ! You did a superb job especially on the vocals. Everything sounded  Big and flowed nicely. I especially liked the chorus and the strong vocal behind it near the end. Enjoyed it..  mark

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Wow!  This is one of your best songs that I've ever heard.  Your productions skills are catching up with your songwriting skills.  I love the delay and hugeness of this song, which compliments your terrific vocals.  Congrats!

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I agree with Lynn,one of your best. It'd make for a great metal song as well, (arranged differently).    Number one with a bullet. :D:D

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Hi Nigel,

Glad you liked the delay effect.

Hi Mark,

Thank you for the comments on the vocals.

Hi Hidden Symmetry,

Thank you for listening and your comments on the production.

Hi Lynn,

Thank you for the comments on the production +  my songwriting.

Hi David,

Thanks for listening and your kind words.

Thank you all for listening and commenting it really is appreciated.

best wishes

paul

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Really dug the driving beat on this one and the arrangement, instantly memorable. The monotonic delivery is exactly right, along with the ominous "don't laugh at me." I love this one, it's going on the play list.

The mix is great but my none-too sensitive ears are hearing a build up in the mids that kind of clouds up the lower frequencies of the vocals. Maybe it's all those delays piling up? Anyway, it's a very cool song and I really liked it.

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Cool vox on this Paul -- perhaps a bit busy arrangement wise and there seems to be a lot of noise like Kevin said -- it also sounds brickwalled.  But, given that, it has the sound of much of what you can hear today in indie music (actually going forward from the 80s) so there's that~~wishing you good traction with it~~Allan.

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I can only concure with the above , it reminds a litle of  a band from the late eighties cant for the life of me remember who ,I really liked the riffs in the background that popped in and out ...... huge sound ...great stuff

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That is the best song I've ever heard from you guys - I really enjoyed this one.  The lyrics were excellent and the mix was top-notch as well.

Way to go - good job.

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Definitely the best song of yours I've heard so far. Man, I really like the driving beat underneath everything. Sort of gives me that passing of time kind of feeling. The lyrics are yours but they also nudge me into making my own associations with them.
Very well done!

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I'll add a 👍 to all the above!

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<rant>
and I won't even mention what a PITA the BandLab thing is, log in, go back and pop the link again; needlessly over complicated...
</rant>

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Hi daryl1968,

Thank you for the 'wall of sound' comment.

Hi Kevin,

Glad you liked the driving beat and arrangement.

Hi Allan,

Thank you for your comments and good wishes.

Hi Paul,

Thanks for the listen and your kind comments.

Hi Douglas,

Glad you liked the lyrics and the mix.

Hi Bjorn,

Thanks for the 'passing of time kind of feeling' comment it was what I was aiming for.

Hi DeeringAmps,

Thank you for taking the time to listen and comment.

Thank you all for listening and commenting it is really appreciated.

best wishes

paul

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What a great song and mix Paul. Loved the vibe and the instrumentation.

At first I said "where's the snare?" and then I realized I didn't care.

Great job. 

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Anything that gets the furry paws tapping has to be half reasonable.  It does have a that mid 70's groove about, nice one Paul.

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odes, modes, dose, does got there in the end.
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