#31152  by strumminsix
 Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:41 pm
Love it! Dude, your voice is vintage folky!
Nice bass notes on guitar! Well done!

 #31154  by Candyman421
 Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:50 pm
wow wasnt expecting that response, i appreciate it man a lot

 #31165  by shakedown_04092
 Mon Nov 26, 2007 11:02 pm
I second that! Man, sounds like you recorded this in 1941 or something, and I mean that in a good way! It really makes the song come through the way it's meant to (I think), and is very raw - don't hear that too often nowadays. Good work. And you do have a nice voice, so I'd keep on going down that road, see what else you may find.

Kick ass man! :cool: :smile:

 #31186  by spacehead333
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:31 am
just listened to the mysoace thing, and i really liked that song, has like a folky sound to it, i really enjoyed it.!

 #31188  by Shaggy
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:56 am
I like what I heard very much. :-)

Keep writing and enjoy it. Good luck...

 #31197  by Candyman421
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:13 pm
i dont know if this is some kind of mean joke, but ive never been told i have a good voice, and i have been a closet player for some time now, but honestly just these few responses has given a lot more confidence in my playing and more importantly my singing, so i appreciate the responses very much THANKS

 #31201  by nicolasalk
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:26 pm
i liked it a lot, but i think is too repetitive, like i know you rideer or GDTRFB, all the time the same, im not saying is bad, but i would love a bridge like the one in brow eyed women: Tumble down shack in Big Foot county..., im not saying just like that, but a sweet bridge and then go back to the normal tune again

That would be great, for me

Just my opinion

anyway, a simple, but great song, loved it

 #31202  by strumminsix
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:55 pm
I was 100% sincere. Maybe you fall under the category that many players I know fall under... They have a great voice for their music where there is sincerity and passion under it but can't, yet, get that for others' music.

 #31203  by shakedown_04092
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:00 pm
Candyman421 wrote:i dont know if this is some kind of mean joke, but ive never been told i have a good voice, and i have been a closet player for some time now, but honestly just these few responses has given a lot more confidence in my playing and more importantly my singing, so i appreciate the responses very much THANKS
I don't think we'd take kindly to folks like that. It's good, and you have a nice voice. Fit sthe acoustic well, very folky and old-timey. I like it a lot.

 #31205  by Candyman421
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:12 pm
Strummin said:
I was 100% sincere. Maybe you fall under the category that many players I know fall under... They have a great voice for their music where there is sincerity and passion under it but can't, yet, get that for others' music.


WOW! i couldnt have said that any better, i couldnt agree more with that, i think when i play out of my element i.e. phish, the songs dont come through the way they were meant to, but when i play songs like the boxer by paul simon, or dont think twice, they come off genuine and it doesnt seem like im forcin it. Neways thanks again and i will definitely continue to practice,

 #31212  by Rev_Roach
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:31 pm
sounds good. the sound of the recording does sound real old, but in a good way, kind like Mississippi John Hurt. sorry about the previous comment, looked a lot like GDTRFB on paper but now hearing it i can tell theres very little in common. cool song, great fingerpicking pattern you got

 #31220  by bobbybobbob
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 7:36 pm
I dig it!! very nice sounding. i really like that old folk twang you got going on in there. very sincere.

 #31225  by krazyfingers
 Tue Nov 27, 2007 7:55 pm
Somebody listens to Dylan, wow dude thats real raw, i loved it, sounds like very old folky stuff, I was a little skeptical after all these good comments but thats the real deal, post some more shit up their :cool: :cool: :smile:

 #31248  by Django
 Wed Nov 28, 2007 8:23 am
Unfortunately I get blocked going to myspace or youtube here at the grind, I wish I could hear it.
A little off subject, but there is often a little sense of abashment when someone says that there is a murder or the like in their song. There is a new box set I saw reviewed in the NY Times called something like 'Murder and Mayham - late 1800s to the 1930s.'(wrong title I'm sure) about these same elements. Sounds like an interesting set.

 #31352  by Candyman421
 Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:29 pm
thank you all very much, nicola: i know the song is very repetetive and basic, my song writing skills are pretty weak and definitely needs a little umph to it, but i will continue to write, practice, practice and practice. thanks for listening all