Redefined (Radio Edit) by Adam Avery

Adam Avery

Broadjam Artist: Adam Avery
Song: Redefined (Radio Edit)

Reviewer: CAEDMON’S DREAM

Positive Comments: * beautiful lead and backing vocals* lyric has a strong universal message* 12/8 feel flows & builds throughout* Be lifted up with this song!

Constructive Comments: + no intro (even 2 bars can set mood/feel etc)+ drums come in nicely on chorus but the sound quality changes (like a lower quality mp3 track) + nice guitar fills throughout+ fades out too fast

Hold The Mic Down – Tha Bishop featuring Phaze Seven & Daz Jones by Husky Records LLC

Husky Records LLC

Broadjam Artist: Husky Records LLC
Song: Hold The Mic Down – Tha Bishop featuring Phaze Seven & Daz Jones

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: I was going to say the backing instrumentals sound like a stereo playing in the background, but then it kicks in with real sound. This is very heavy and ominous, and the groove is really catchy. Very effective. I’m not current on Rap but this reminds me a lot of Ludacris (first voice).

Constructive Comments: Niggas, violence, and alpha male law of the jungle essence throughout the lyrics. Yeah it’s what sells but is it lifting the people up? That’s a philsophical critique. Musically this is solid.

Moments Long Forgotten by Randy Calligan

Randy Calligan

Broadjam Artist: Randy Calligan
Song: Moments Long Forgotten

Reviewer: Tristyn Leach

Positive Comments: very nice acoustic sounding story folk song , melancholy and sweet. brilliant productionnice deep sound, very good natural vocals and sound. the female vocals coming in was a lovely touch , very nice adds another dimension to the track,, its a lovely sweet song through and through

Constructive Comments: nothing to add here. really nice song.

Ether Bound by Mitch Siegal

Mitch Siegal

Broadjam Artist: Mitch Siegal
Song: Ether Bound

Reviewer: HarryBudini

Positive Comments: Very professional and radio-friendly U2 inspired pop-rock song. Excellently recorded and performed. Spacious, airy vibe, especially in the refrain. If released by U2, could probably improve the most recent releases by Bono and company.

Constructive Comments: What can I say apart that I don’t have nothing to say.

I Just Can’t Seem to Keep My Feet from Walkin’ by Norb Studelska/Upper Air Disturbance

Norb Studelska/Upper Air Disturbance

Broadjam Artist: Norb Studelska/Upper Air Disturbance
Song: I Just Can’t Seem to Keep My Feet from Walkin’

Reviewer: Tristyn Leach

Positive Comments: very cool bluesy jazzy track. has that new orleans vibe to the music. which is great. good feel to the track a fun and enjoyable listen

Constructive Comments: enjoyable track not much to add here. i enjoyed it

My Little Girl by FRED GROSS

FRED GROSS

Broadjam Artist: FRED GROSS
Song: My Little Girl

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: This opens up sounding very much like Ryan Adams’ “New York, New York”. This sounds better with each listen. Really really strong writing in terms of structure, melody, and lyrics. Very nice vocal performance. I really like the chord lift on the pre chorus–it’s a great setup for the chorus/refrain.

Constructive Comments: Listen closely to Ryan Adams’ “New York, New York” for comparison against a masterpiece. First thing drop the effects on the rhythm guitar and go for nice clean, warm sound, and add or substitute and jangly, strumming acoustic guitar part. I think the bass is too plonk plonk plonk in the verses–it sounds like Boston’s “Long Time”, which was 40 years ago. Having it groove and gently move would add a lot. I’d take most of the slapback off the lead vocal, and put some tube drive and just the tiniest bit of distortion in to give it some grit. There’s a bit too much low mid in the vocal–it accentuates the somewhat nasal tone you have. I really don’t like the solo guitar at all. It’s trying to hard, and putting too much Dickie Betts intensity. And the sound is harsh. Simpler, major pentatonic with a smooth tone would be better.All IMO and all intended to help with the tune. This is really solid writing, playing, and singing!

Old Man by Marc S. Pate

Marc S. Pate

Broadjam Artist: Marc S. Pate
Song: Old Man

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: Of course the first moments call Cowgirl in the Sand to mind…and you turn it around by using an “Old Man” hook. Really good sound and mood are created in the first few bars. The voice is commanding and really pleasing. I like the upward changes in the chorus. This has a very strong late 70’s feel. Super tasty guitar break. This calls to mind Neil Young of course but also Seals & Crofts, Jesse Winchester, Steven Stills, Rodriguez, and Bob Welch. And anyone who likes those will love this. Super work here!

Constructive Comments: Like what? lol