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Thanks for the really thoughtful review of my song "Grand Ambition". And hey, you're from Eagle, WI! I originally hail from Spooner, WI. Go Wisco musicians! And go Pack too, of course!
Thank you so much for the reviews of my two songs Out of the Darkness and A Heart of Love. I appreciate your comments and will take them into consideration. Be blessed! Minister Glenda
thks for the review ...going to listen to some of your stuff ...your comments taken on board ...keep on rockin....al
Hey Stosh thanks for a thoughtful review! Listening to Black Coffee now--pretty irreverent, hyped, and rowdy stuff!!
You bet, Jeff, I like what you're doing! Thanks for the Black Coffee comment--I wrote that song after drinking so much coffee I thought I was going to have a heart attack.
hi stosh, thanks for th great review of my song "rumplenutskin" i saw what you thought the name was and realized i got my song names mixed up. i have another song called "stoned". i liked the devil went down to georgia reference. i never thought of that but yeah, it is kinda like that. i listened to a few of your songs. quite original. has that retro sound. i think you would have a good chance at getting some of these licensed. especially coffee black. great song!
Haha, yeah, it's like the devil went down to Georgia but took a detour into a carnival of the damned. I liked it, very original. Keep shrieking and shredding!
Thank you for your review of "Tidal Wave!" I enjoyed both the positive and constructive comments.
You bet Matthew--keep on playing and writing!
Hi Stosh thank you for the review on my songs, I agree with your comments regarding the recording and I am actively working on this at the mo...I am new to this and only playing guitar since Xmas so I appreciate all feedback given.. Again many thanks Milly
Stosh, Thanks for your review of When You Said Goodbye.
Stosh, thanks so much for the great complimenst on Made Me A Better Man...wait until the REAL version w/electric, drum, etc is released..i let it rip vocally! ;)
I'm looking forward to the full band treatment, Crosseyed Miles; do you have a home studio--if so, you know how to turn those knobs. Again, it seems like there's a really high difficulty level in recording just an acoustic guitar and vocals--judging by the mixes I've heard.
Thanks for making the music Brian--good luck with the country, it sounded really professional.
I have a VERY talented producer! I will relay the compliments!!!