Reflections of the mind by robert wesley

robert wesley

Broadjam Artist: robert wesley
Song: Reflections of the mind

Reviewer: Margie & Art Corey, S. & A. Corey

Positive Comments: I believe for what my word is worth…this composition could be used in a film, a very reflective, somewhat pensive scene! Very original song, really enjoyed the feel!! I think a music producer for a movie could really get on bard with this tune!! Love to hear more music from this composer, terrific job!!

Constructive Comments: You might want to check some of the notes in the song, there are a few very slight clunkers, or notes that need to be changed, not sure what the case is???Still really enjoy the material…..Great Job!!!

Chain Of Sin Art’s Version by Margie & Art Corey, S. & A. Corey

Margie & Art Corey,  S. & A.  Corey

Broadjam Artist: Margie & Art Corey, S. & A. Corey
Song: Chain Of Sin Art’s Version

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: Very cool minor mood with a Gothic feel. The vocal delivery is very Leonard Cohen. Very artistic effort here with a lot of good things going on. I think the next version will be killer.

Constructive Comments: The bass needs some taming–it’s too rumbly as is and fights your tune. I’d cut the <100K on it and lower the volume and bring the percussion up. That rough hard left sound is cool but doesn't quite translate--it's too rough. I think the vocal should be a less bass heavy and bring it up just a tad. The lyrics may be a bit too cliche in places. I think overall you could glue the arrangement together better, and maybe review the overall structure of the song composition. This would take a serious look to offer specific suggestions. This is really cool work and it's totally worth the extra work to optimize it!

Lady, Oh, Lady (#1 Folk-Alternative) by Chet Nichols

Chet Nichols

Broadjam Artist: Chet Nichols
Song: Lady, Oh, Lady (#1 Folk-Alternative)

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: This has to be an archive of Chet’s. Great mellow vocals with an incredibly smooth delivery. Fans of Tim Buckley (or Chet) would love this. It’s really Troubador music in the 1970’s vintage. It romanticizes both a woman and the pursuit of her, which gives a triangular relationship between two human beings and an idealized love that’s greater than either of them, ennobling both in the process if they can only strive to fulfill the promise of the romantic idea. How’s that?

Constructive Comments: The recording has a brassiness (10K??) that needs to be pasteurized.