I’m Tired KILLER NEW SAX by Margie & Art Corey

Margie & Art Corey

Broadjam Artist: Margie & Art Corey
Song: I’m Tired KILLER NEW SAX

Reviewer: Spider kiting

Positive Comments: Vocals sound great can understand everything he’s saying. The horn swells are beautiful as for the rhythm section wonderful work

Constructive Comments: Production is great there’s a lot going on in the song not easy to mix. Great job reminded me a lil like Huey Luis and the news

Swing Chair Blues / Blues Rock by Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods
Song: Swing Chair Blues / Blues Rock

Reviewer: Spider kiting

Positive Comments: Guitars brilliantly done. The guitar harmonies fit so well. Rhythm section is tight was taping my foot the whole time, great job 🙂

Constructive Comments: Some would say without vocals there’s no hook. I hear hooks with or without vocals especially on this track.

Don’t Break My Heart Again/Featuring Shannon Marie by Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter

Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter

Broadjam Artist: Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter
Song: Don’t Break My Heart Again/Featuring Shannon Marie

Reviewer: Kate Carpenter

Positive Comments: Full-bodied break-up song passionately sung by an INCREDIBLE soprano who’s voice soars like nobody’s business. Wow! What pipes! Every word is crystal clear and the production suits the song well. Excellent instrumentation. Seems like the whole song was really well thought out.

Constructive Comments: The song is a bit long and has a lot of repetition. It might be more commercially viable if it was shorter, so you could edit out some of the repeats, but no big deal there. The rhymes were pretty predictable. Not extremely original but not so trite that they made me cringe or anything. Whenever I hear a break up song, I wonder if it’s “for real” or a made up break up. Let me know if you want to! Mrs. Kate

Glass Ceiling by Powerklash


Broadjam Artist: Powerklash
Song: Glass Ceiling

Reviewer: Kate Carpenter

Positive Comments: If you’re looking for a rock song that totally celebrates self and individualism, this is it. “I make no apologies for being me” – the message comes through loud and clear with a memorable hook and decidedly passionate vocals. The song features an amazing lead guitarist. His riffs are pretty incredible and really add to the instrumental section of the song.

Constructive Comments: The first line that I could actually discern the words was “lost sense of connection.” Whatever you said before that was lost on me. I think the intro was a bit too long. The echo effects were okay but every time??? I’d like to look at this song after I post the review so I can catch all the lyrics. I might have given them a 5 if I could understand them all. Great work!

Winter Storm by Rocky Larson

Rocky Larson

Broadjam Artist: Rocky Larson
Song: Winter Storm

Reviewer: Sheena Coote

Positive Comments: This tune has an underlying sadness to it particularly at the beginning and I liked all the different instrumentation in it. It has a nice build up to a climax quite early on. The overall ambience was emotional with a gentleness and then a big build up to the more dramatic section. I like the piano sound and the main tune.

Constructive Comments: This tune would be good in a period drama when something exciting is about to happen. Perhaps a love scene or a departure. I thought it had a uniqness to some of the orchestration, not just run of the mill and I did love the cymbal clashing sound at the end. I thought it sounded like the writer had put a lot of work and thought into it and into the production.



Broadjam Artist: RICARDO ALONSO

Reviewer: Sheena Coote

Positive Comments: I liked the track because you did not quite know what to expect as the composition is somewhat you unique, I loved it when the music became more rapid in the middle. There is quite a distinctive tune running through it. I loved it when there was a big crescendo near the end. I liked the uniqueness in the timing of the track.

Constructive Comments: I have no suggestions of how to better it as it is quite unique in formula, tune and composition. It sounds quite complicated and well thought out. I particularly liked the beginning and when the music suddenly got faster and the ending is also very exciting, dramatic and unexpected. The artist is obviously a very clever keyboard player. Fascinating music actually.

Not Another You by Margie & Art Corey

Margie & Art Corey

Broadjam Artist: Margie & Art Corey
Song: Not Another You

Reviewer: Brenda Craven

Positive Comments: This song has a good groove. Love the bass and drum line on this. It has a catchy tune and a late 60’s or early 70’s feel to it and the natural flow of it is good. Instrumentation is great and reflects a lot of attitude…which the song exhibits very well. Good job.

Constructive Comments: The vocals could be stronger on this song both lead and background. If you tighten up the vocals on this and remove the reverb, it would give the song a big lift. Other than that, great song. Keep up the good work.