BEATLESEX
I'll Kiss A Stranger
Rock n Roll
She gave up the ghost and left town, then I found out the ghost was me. I died you know. I did. Came back. Not sure which I like better.
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Thank you Sukhvinder...have a fantastic 2012!
play hi-fi  commenting When I'm Gone
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Very profound thoughts. Loved the song.

Sukhvinder Jutla
play hi-fi  commenting Mon Amour
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I really like the lyrics and enjoyed the song.
play hi-fi  commenting Best Friend
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Top notch my friend, a beautiful and inspired song no doubt. This one is a 10.

R
play hi-fi  commenting Best Friend
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Good stuff! I think the vocals came out nicely and the drums sounds really good. I also like the electric guitar thrown in the middle, gives it an edgy feel.
Overall, the studio quality sounds really nice, makes for a good listen
Keep on rockin
play hi-fi  commenting Best Friend
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Morris,

Very rich, full sound.
I loved the lyrics

Sukhvinder Jutla
play hi-fi  commenting Best Friend
Very Good!
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Very interesting experience.. nice guitars & melody..

Cheers
This review was so cool, I could not resist posting the whole thing:

http://board.soundclick.com/viewtopic.php?p=2605050#2605050

Avmo
Diabolosin

The guitar is such a popular and versatile instrument. Interesting how everyone who picks one up and gets good at it eventually braches off into their own way of doing things. As if the muscles in our hands, the folds in the cerebral cortex, are as unique as fingerprints and the music comes out that way. Sometimes it’s easy to draw comparisons and see the resemblance between the playing styles of similarly minded musicians, but with a closer look you’ll notice all the differences, with attention you notice just how big the differences are and the uniqueness comes through.

At so many points in this piece the lines are fluid where the notes melt together and string along with an effortless flow. The range of notes from highest to lowest within a single phrase really adds interest. The playing is impressive, I imagine the action on his guitar must be so low that an flea couldn’t crawl under the string. Putting the flying leads and chord progression into a rhythm like this is a great idea and I like the result.

The scale that dominates the piece ensures a mean sound of intensity. The greatest strength of the track is the range from loud to soft, from fast to slow, in the way that the urgency is in the foreground and then a more relaxed feel gives the listener a respite. As are his other tracks, the sheer talent can envelop the senses. But he has always had a sense of avoiding the role of vanity, there is dexterity with emotion, finesse with feeling, and the substance behind his work has always been believable and genuine.

Although, the theme never seemed to be defined, I felt like it would have been better if a single musical phrase had tied it all together. The other aspect I wasn’t sure about was that in the portions where there’s a dual lead, the two tracks didn’t always seem to relate to each other, they
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finally got rid of the virus in the computer!!!, VERY nice work on this tune man, your guitar playing is fantastic on every solo!
Easily your best!! Destined to be a Big Mo classic!!
Yet another review for Diabolosin:
http://board.soundclick.com/posting.php?mode=quote&p=2599334
Thanks, Morris, for your comment on "Gist of our Times." I agree, it's an odd tune; glad you liked it. Listened to a few of your tracks; you're an excellent guitar player! Cool stuff.
From Thrill Me, Wow Me reviews:
http://board.soundclick.com/posting.php?mode=quote&p=2588546
Morris, you are an outstanding guitar player! Wonderful sounds here, great solo parts.
Like the slower parts indicated by the acoustic guitar, too!
Evolving back into the groove. Very very well played.

Okay, your playing does WOW and THRILL me without a doubt.

Now some other remarks. I think you panned your tune quite extremely. Reminds me of late 60s Beatles. They used to experiment with settings all left and all right. Today this appears rather strange, exactly when you know most listeners are using cans today. So you might give it a thougt.

Okay: Rhythm group. I understand that being a guitarist you want the guitar parts to really stick out, and they do. But what happens here is that drums and bass kind of get lost in the mix, there´s not enough punch and tightness and maybe volume!
At least the drums should be more....organized!

Mix:
I guess concerning overall volume your mix is a bit weak. Did you do any Limiting of the master channel. For MP3 use I would recommend to turn up the volume a bit.
And here come the guitars again. You might want to try and put the guitar parts into the mix rather than on top. Don´t worry, your playing will be heard, it is really outsanding!

Cheers from Frankfurt
I use many guitars in this piece and there is definetly some Les Paul in there. Thanks for listening.
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