I Admit It (instrumental) by a girl named jaen

a girl named jaen

Broadjam Artist: a girl named jaen
Song: I Admit It (instrumental)

Reviewer: MGB

Positive Comments: Very good piece with great instrumentation, arrangement and chord changes. It keeps coming at you and never lets up.

Constructive Comments: In my humble opinion, some songs are better as instrumentals, and some need lyrics. Words are coming in my mind as I listen to this, so I think this is the latter.

Downtown Blues by Jeff Maguire

Jeff Maguire

Broadjam Artist: Jeff Maguire
Song: Downtown Blues

Reviewer: Kate Carpenter

Positive Comments: I love it when the FUN a musician has playing his/her tunes shines right through the vibe and recording. That’s definitely happening here. The instrumentation is nicely done. Crystal clear recording.

Constructive Comments: Don’t know if this is synth or live. Nice job on this jazzy piece. Sorry I’m not more communicative, but jazz just ain’t my bag. Ease out the ending. Way too abrupt.

Joy by Signal 30

Signal 30

Broadjam Artist: Signal 30
Song: Joy

Reviewer: Kate Carpenter

Positive Comments: This joyful song has a happy vibe to it and some really interesting percussive sound effects. Someone had fun with the synth on this one. It almost sounds more like a children’s song to me. Happy noises are very cute!

Constructive Comments: This song has a really long introduction. I would shorten it. The instrumental breaks are too long. There is a lot of repetition in this song. I think it should be shorter. Sounds like you kept it going because you were having so much fun with it. Well, I guess you can do that if you want! There doesn’t seem to be definitive chorus and verse in this song. Lots of repetition.

heres to your memories by allison bolton

allison bolton

Broadjam Artist: allison bolton
Song: heres to your memories

Reviewer: Kate Carpenter

Positive Comments: Here’s a love lost due to a drinking problem song. It tells the story of a relationship gone wrong because of mistakes made and (most likely) because of the booze itself. It’s a sad song. The vocals are clear and easy to understand the instrumentation is nicely done.

Constructive Comments: Chorus is spelled incorrectly. Nitpicky, I know. You might consider using the word sip instead of shot in verse 2. Is the melody the same in all the verses?