Broadjam Artist: STEPHEN CONNOLLY
Song: FIDDLIN LADY
Reviewer: amy abernathy
Positive Comments: This was fun, a mixture of 60’s and country. I thought it was fun to listen to.
Constructive Comments: It would be hard to place in todays country market, but in a period piece it would be a good fit.
Broadjam Artist: Jeff Maguire
Song: Elvis On A Telephone Pole
Positive Comments: Funny pop-rock’n’roll that flows very well, and it’s very well produced.
Constructive Comments: Say hello to Elvis.
Broadjam Artist: Jonathan Le Vay
Positive Comments: The song is very good, perfect for an evening or mid-night TV-show with its vibes and mood.
Constructive Comments: The sounding of the melody is common in its genre.
Broadjam Artist: Kate Carpenter
Song: Squeeze In
Positive Comments: Excellent song, very moving and appropriate for a Christian TV-program or Gospel.
Constructive Comments: No constructive comments. The song is fully complete for its genre.
Broadjam Artist: Robert Wuagneux
Positive Comments: Excellent song, with good vibes, mood and easy to listen lyrics.
Constructive Comments: A classical theme, therefore the originality of the lyrics could be improved (but in total very good!).
Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods
Song: A Telling Reflection
Positive Comments: Easy to listen sound, appropriate for commercials.
Constructive Comments: The arrangement and the flow of the song are too common.
Broadjam Artist: FRED GROSS
Song: Ready, Aim, Fire ! (female vocals)
Positive Comments: the song has a catchy chorus and hook.
Constructive Comments: The quality of the recording should be improved a lot.
Broadjam Artist: Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)
Song: Journey Back
Positive Comments: Very smooth and chill-out sound. Excellent work.
Constructive Comments: There are many song with similar sound.
Broadjam Artist: Delta Burnett Reed
Song: Lady of Winter
Positive Comments: Very appropriate for a movie soundtrack such as “Lord of the rings”. Easy to listen to.
Constructive Comments: In my opinion the song is complete for its genre.
Broadjam Artist: Jeff Roberts
Song: Living in the Trees
Positive Comments: Good lyrics, easy to remember and listen to.
Constructive Comments: The rhymes are very predictable.