Reviewer: GARY PEET
Positive Comments: GOOD IDEA FOR A SONG
Constructive Comments: SONG IS TOO LONG
Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt ClodsSong: Still I Wonder / Country AlternativeReviewer: GARY PEETPositive Comments: GOOD IDEA FOR A SONGConstructive Comments: SONG IS TOO LONG
Broadjam Artist: The TroutsSong: Sow the SeedsReviewer: SonicPositive Comments: nice vocal harmoniesConstructive Comments: the recording/production prevents a good listening experience
Broadjam Artist: Soul BindSong: I Died Too YoungReviewer: SonicPositive Comments: really nice guitar riffsConstructive Comments: not a fan of the keyboard sound…too 70s-ish
Broadjam Artist: StarburstRecordsSong: B 07. Where There’s Smoke ft Jim FerrieReviewer: SonicPositive Comments: really good productionConstructive Comments: not really my genre
Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt ClodsSong: If You Stole My Soul / Heavy MetalReviewer: SonicPositive Comments: Would have been interesting to hear lyricsConstructive Comments: The recording quality made it barely listenable
Broadjam Artist: Donovan TuckerSong: Snake Eyes (feat Julia Schmidt)Reviewer: SonicPositive Comments: Vocal performance reminded me of Laurie Sargeant a bit…look her upConstructive Comments: Not really my cup of tea…subject matter wise
Broadjam Artist: Bill ManchesterSong: FrankensteinReviewer: MGBPositive Comments: Cool effects with good intro. Really good vocals and song structure. Good steady beat throughout. Good drums and guitar work.Constructive Comments: Really good tune.
Broadjam Artist: English MikeSong: A Change In YouReviewer: MGBPositive Comments: Great classic sounding blues tune with a nice modern twist. Good steady beat and good instrumentation. Very bluesy sounding voice. Changes are all nice with good, smooth …
Positive Comments: Great classic sounding blues tune with a nice modern twist. Good steady beat and good instrumentation. Very bluesy sounding voice. Changes are all nice with good, smooth transitions.
Constructive Comments: Good tune.
Broadjam Artist: The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit DetroitSong: Essence of Now – Worthington VocalReviewer: Rich GoldinPositive Comments: This composition offers a lovely use of the acoustic guitar. I enjoy hearing musicians who know h…
Broadjam Artist: The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit Detroit
Song: Essence of Now – Worthington Vocal
Reviewer: Rich Goldin
Positive Comments: This composition offers a lovely use of the acoustic guitar. I enjoy hearing musicians who know how to use the guitar to generate a melodic hook. The vocal harmonies are beautifully sung. The recording is masterfully done. This is definitely a work worth a listen and would fit as a soundtrack or source music for a film or TV production. The lyrical hook is very strong and memorable. This is one of those songs that will stick with me for a long time. Hopefully, we’ll hear more from this artist.
Constructive Comments: The only thing I can think of would be to hear some “space” within the stereo image. Perhaps panning the harmony vocal a bit more. Reducing the low-end on the harmony vocal might make it lay better within the mix. Again, this comment is more related to personal taste and recording experience rather than a direct criticism. Great work and I hope to hear more from this artist.
Broadjam Artist: Lonnie GSong: Winds Of Change – Acoustic VersionReviewer: Rich GoldinPositive Comments: This reminds me of Bruce Springsteen. Specifically, “Nebraska”. This would fit nicely into a collection of ghostly songs. Such songs are often skel…
Reviewer: Rich Goldin
Positive Comments: This reminds me of Bruce Springsteen. Specifically, “Nebraska”. This would fit nicely into a collection of ghostly songs. Such songs are often skeletons of larger productions. However, here, the structure fits well with the message of the piece. The production is good. The recording quality is great. We can hear the vocals and associated lyric nicely. “Every night I feel the winds blow…. like an old man sittin’ on a front porch knowin’ he just ran out of time.”
Constructive Comments: The vocal is a bit hot in the mix. I like hearing the lyrics, but a -1 db reduction would really help. I would have attempted to sing the composition with a little less gravel in the voice. That might make it sound more original. The arrangement is well done. I think the story could benefit from some further description of the landscape in which it takes place. Is this New Jersey? Is this Oklahoma? A description of the landscape, especially at the opening, lends authenticity to the work.