Without You by FRED GROSS

FRED GROSS

Broadjam Artist: FRED GROSS
Song: Without You

Reviewer: Jimmy Michaels

Positive Comments: Love this! Sounds like a lost tune from the early days of MTV back in 1981/82 (for all I know, it may be since you can’t see what you’re listening to). Really love the melody, the lyrics and the synth lead of the era. This coulda been a hit back then! Wanna hear more!

Constructive Comments: Really great…just the lead vocal need some work. A bit off key at times. Other than that, it’s really perfect. Love the tune and wave of nostalgia it gave me. If this is a new/newer recording and not from 1982, suggestion would be to work on just the lead vocal some more. Back and harmony vocals are perfect.

Midnight Impulse by robert wesley

robert wesley

Broadjam Artist: robert wesley
Song: Midnight Impulse

Reviewer: Dana and Brad

Positive Comments: This instrumental piece has a simple beauty to it, which I have found is very rare. It’s touching, engaging, and moving… without trying to be… It just is. It pulls you in, sparks your emotions, and keeps you wanting more from the very start. The piano work is impeccable. The musician has a lovely way of creating dynamic while maintaining a beautiful and refreshing simplicity. Love this piece…

Constructive Comments: I wouldn’t change a thing about this arrangement. Could some strings and percussion add some depth? Sure…but don’t! That would be far too predictable. The true beauty of this instrumental piece is the unexpected moving, emotional impact that is so beautifully portrayed by a simple foundation and an intricate and skilled instrumental choice of dynamics. Can’t wait to hear more!

Midnight Impulse by robert wesley

robert wesley

Broadjam Artist: robert wesley
Song: Midnight Impulse

Reviewer: Patrick E. Muth

Positive Comments: Interesting piano vibe right from the start like how it keeps moving and evolving

Constructive Comments: this sutle piece could be used in a soundtrack in a serious movie or eventfor what you seem to be doing its on trackkeep on truckin! ===========catnip========================

Sunday In The Summer by Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods
Song: Sunday In The Summer

Reviewer: Jeff Ashbaker

Positive Comments: Reminds me of the Beatles ’65, smooth. Enjoyed the refrain both the singing and the instrumentation, as it goes off in another direction

Constructive Comments: Nothing to add, nice job

My Old Friend by Rocky Larson

Rocky Larson

Broadjam Artist: Rocky Larson
Song: My Old Friend

Reviewer: Patrick E. Muth

Positive Comments: liked the ballad sound of this track Sounds like hah a real piano???

Constructive Comments: I would bring the vocals up just a tad and use some EQ to bring the voice out a little moreAlso I do not here any bass on here which I think would helpKeep on Truckin!=====================Catnip Pat============================