Just Can’t Make Up My Mind by James Neilson Graham

James Neilson Graham

Broadjam Artist: James Neilson Graham
Song: Just Can’t Make Up My Mind

Reviewer: Missing Link Us

Positive Comments: Why do I like this song so much? Well I’m glad that you know how to focus on the song instead of your vocal or producing, because it’s always a song that counts. Anyone can sing on pitch or get make it perfect producer. When you bring in planets into the lyrics it becomes identifiable and universal for it being figurative. It’s like if Tiny Tim had been successful instead of only timely. My minds made up. Fantastic tune.

Constructive Comments: Why do I like this song so much? Well I’m glad that you know how to focus on the song instead of your vocal or producing, because it’s always a song that counts. Anyone can sing on pitch or get make it perfect producer. When you bring in planets into the lyrics it becomes identifiable and universal for it being figurative. It’s like if Tiny Tim had been successful instead of only timely. My minds made up. Fantastic tune.

The Leaves by HarryBudini

HarryBudini

Broadjam Artist: HarryBudini
Song: The Leaves

Reviewer: Missing Link Us

Positive Comments: Good. Has the eccentricity that alternative folk needs to be, in alternative folk. So it’s good the song is classified properly here. I like the dreamy, surreal, whimsy. Good song for college radio, here as it is now, but they’d probably complain about it’s production quality instead of it’s effective result for any one hearing the song. Going to guess it’s about homeless people or ghost’s, but one can’t really tell, and that’s it’s effectiveness. Reminds me of nineteen sixties English blues, a bit rare to find songs like that.

Constructive Comments: Good. Has the eccentricity that alternative folk needs to be, in alternative folk. So it’s good the song is classified properly here. I like the dreamy, surreal, whimsy. Good song for college radio, here as it is now, but they’d probably complain about it’s production quality instead of it’s effective result for any one hearing the song. Going to guess it’s about homeless people or ghost’s, but one can’t really tell, and that’s it’s effectiveness. Reminds me of nineteen sixties English blues, a bit rare to find songs like that.

VICTORY (instrumental) by MGB

MGB

Broadjam Artist: MGB
Song: VICTORY (instrumental)

Reviewer: BoRock

Positive Comments: I absolutely loved this song. Or this band put together. Or whatever it can be called. It really reminded me of the beginning for the ending of a movie somewhat like Police Academy. Or some sort of Comedy police are army movie. Everything was put together perfectly and I have no complaints about it.

Constructive Comments: I really have nothing bad to say about it. All I can say is don’t stop going the way you’re going. And perhaps try something with Symphony like Orchestra sounds. You know like an opera sort of like a Disney’s Fantasia composition.

Great Thing – Single by Missing Link Us

Missing Link Us

Broadjam Artist: Missing Link Us
Song: Great Thing – Single

Reviewer: BoRock

Positive Comments: I like that the song sounded different, very unique, I definitely haven’t heard anything like that before, she keep pushing the envelope with your creativity, and you keep pushing with your originality, I think that you will go far. Originality and creativity is what we need in today’s music industry. Shake it up a little bit and make it sound different. Keep up what you’re doing and I have no doubt you will get to where you’re trying to go to.

Constructive Comments: The vocals were a little pitchy, but not by much, I think you just need some fine-tuning in your final mixes, and everything will be fine. If you get your mixing down and have other listen to it and then mix it down again and have others listen to it. I think they will be no argument that you will have a solid song.

Subliminal Messages by Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

Broadjam Artist: Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)
Song: Subliminal Messages

Reviewer: Missing Link Us

Positive Comments: Well not bad. I think your success is dependent on your live performances. You make your point about the subject matter of subliminal suggestion. The subject, it’s very self, is controversial because it’s definition is ambiguous. But if anyone needs a song specifically about the subject, you’ve got the song for them.

Constructive Comments: Well not bad. I think your success is dependent on your live performances. You make your point about the subject matter of subliminal suggestion. The subject, it’s very self, is controversial because it’s definition is ambiguous. But if anyone needs a song specifically about the subject, you’ve got the song for them.

KLS by Kevin Leon Smith

Kevin Leon Smith

Broadjam Artist: Kevin Leon Smith
Song: KLS

Reviewer: BoRock

Positive Comments: I totally like this beat, it’s very different and alternative sounds like I can make a song about hanging out having a good day or even tell the story to it. It also have predictability. And what I mean by that is I could follow it easily so I know where to put my versus that’s very important for an artist especially if they’re purchasing the Beat from someone. Overall I love the instruments the way it was put together. You can tell someone spend some time on making this beat. I like it. And I would do a song to it most definitely.

Constructive Comments: Well don’t be scared to add a bit of a longer Bridge. Some people love to have a good bridge. Gives you a chance to explain the song or bring people deeper into what you’re talking about. I think that’s about all the criticism I have for that beat other than that I like it.

until the day i die by lost on foot

lost on foot

Broadjam Artist: lost on foot
Song: until the day i die

Reviewer: Missing Link Us

Positive Comments: The harmonies are a really good part of this song. Somehow your lead vocal sounds more spoken than sung though, and this interferes with it being a really great song and keeps it being more of a below average or pretty good tune here. Very nineteen fifties. A song of requited love. Boy meets girl, boy keeps girl. Great. For art, give me a little more magic maybe though about all these decades of successful married life. I either need to dance or to be awed, with any song. You know it’s a good song, but needs another lead vocalist to make it be what it really can be. You have to watch if you’re talking to someone or entertaining the public? “If you’ve got a message to send, use Western Union.” – Arthur Miller. So we know you’re happy and in love, but how may, an audience, respond to that?

Constructive Comments: The harmonies are a really good part of this song. Somehow your lead vocal sounds more spoken than sung though, and this interferes with it being a really great song and keeps it being more of a below average or pretty good tune here. Very nineteen fifties. A song of requited love. Boy meets girl, boy keeps girl. Great. For art, give me a little more magic maybe though about all these decades of successful married life. I either need to dance or to be awed, with any song. You know it’s a good song, but needs another lead vocalist to make it be what it really can be. You have to watch if you’re talking to someone or entertaining the public? “If you’ve got a message to send, use Western Union.” – Arthur Miller. So we know you’re happy and in love, but how may, an audience, respond to that?

Won’t Be Hurt Again (Adult Contemporary) by Steve Dafoe – Songwriter

Steve Dafoe - Songwriter

Broadjam Artist: Steve Dafoe – Songwriter
Song: Won’t Be Hurt Again (Adult Contemporary)

Reviewer: MGB

Positive Comments: Extremely soulful effort. Really good lyrics and cool key and chord changes. Instrumentation and arrangement all fit very well with a piece like this. Vocals very up-front, which is ideal for this song.

Constructive Comments: Very well constructed and passionate piece.

Accoustic Groove by MARK NEWMAN

MARK NEWMAN

Broadjam Artist: MARK NEWMAN
Song: Accoustic Groove

Reviewer: MitchSoul

Positive Comments: What really brought out this track is the Rhodes,& that’s what really caught my ears. The Rhodes is my favorite instrument of all time. Reminds me of a song Stevie Wonder would record & put lyrics to. Overall the song is very tight. Very nice production,very clean!!!

Constructive Comments: Very excellent mix & arrangements. Excellent production!!! Keep up the good work.