let’s reminsce awhile by James Hamilton

James Hamilton

Broadjam Artist: James Hamilton
Song: let’s reminsce awhile

Reviewer: Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter

Positive Comments: Shades of The Carpenters and Four Seasons. Nice tune, good harmonies. I like some of your chord changes in the bridge.

Constructive Comments: I had to turn the volume because it came out shouting. Maybe it’s the media player. I’d go over the mixing if it were my song. Has potential but could use so me polishing.

Chestterro (#1 North America,USA,New Age) by Chet Nichols

Chet Nichols

Broadjam Artist: Chet Nichols
Song: Chestterro (#1 North America,USA,New Age)

Reviewer: Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter

Positive Comments: very familiar chord progression. I think this would do well in Latin where they use a Matuna a lot. There are elements of the Middle East once you get past the repetitive beginning which does not sound original

Constructive Comments: Don’t get me wrong, I like the piece but it does not sound original.

Sermonette/ Country Religious by Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods
Song: Sermonette/ Country Religious

Reviewer: amy abernathy

Positive Comments: It has a pretty flow, but I got distracted by the static. Very nice guitar licks in there.

Constructive Comments: There was lots of static on the recording and it blurred everything. I know this was just a demo, but it needs a good clear recording. I found it to be a little slow, it needed a little more depth. i kept waiting for the lyrics.I would say this is a song that would be quite nice with words.

Gone by Randy Calligan

Randy Calligan

Broadjam Artist: Randy Calligan
Song: Gone

Reviewer: amy abernathy

Positive Comments: The into was very nice, you have a lovely voice.The lyrics had a good rhyme scheme and a good structure. I thought it was sang with lots of emotion that made it very pretty.

Constructive Comments: i loved the slow into, it built up a lot of intrigue, however I felt let down when it got to the song, because it did not speed up a little, and I expected a little more in the background to give it stregth.I felt like it needed to be one speed faster, it seemed to drag in some areas. You have a beuatiful voice that is so tender and great.

Before I Go by Mitch Siegal

Mitch Siegal

Broadjam Artist: Mitch Siegal
Song: Before I Go

Reviewer: amy abernathy

Positive Comments: i loved the drums and the guitar lick in the intro. You had a fun beat to this, i loved the energy behind it.You had a good structure in the lyrics. Some words were not as clear when singing, so i would say work on diction. However I really liked it.

Constructive Comments: I would say work on diction in places, some parts were a tiny bit pitchy. The music was good, i can see it being very maarketable in today’s country. good work.