I Know Who You Are (Instrumental) by Chet Nichols

Chet Nichols

Broadjam Artist: Chet Nichols
Song: I Know Who You Are (Instrumental)

Reviewer: Brenda Craven

Positive Comments: Love the acoustic sound with the organ added in. Nice song with a bouncy little groove. Mix is great, orchestration is great, production is great. I really enjoyed listening to this piece. Outstanding composition.

Constructive Comments: No critique here. Well done.

Come On Over by FRED GROSS

FRED GROSS

Broadjam Artist: FRED GROSS
Song: Come On Over

Reviewer: Norb Studelska/Upper Air Disturbance

Positive Comments: I really liked the interplay between the two rythm guitars. Nice lead breaks, totally hot effect on the intro lead got my attention immediately. Perfect quality for the lead vocal. Nice easy blues pace. Great instrumental mix, nothing was dominating over the vocal, and the guitar and organ leads came to the front. I wanted to hear more. You know your genre’.

Constructive Comments: I have nothing constructive to offer, you “nailed” it.

Kitschy Kitschy Kool NEW MIX by Margie & Art Corey, S. & Al Corey

Margie & Art Corey,  S. & Al Corey

Broadjam Artist: Margie & Art Corey, S. & Al Corey
Song: Kitschy Kitschy Kool NEW MIX

Reviewer: Tommy Stewart

Positive Comments: Reminds me a bit of Zappa, great tune. Production and sound is excellent. Great vocals!

Constructive Comments: Was waiting for the song to take off but never happened,was building up and seem to stop. But loved it anyway.

Dirty Daddy by Warren Hein

Warren Hein

Broadjam Artist: Warren Hein
Song: Dirty Daddy

Reviewer: Norb Studelska/Upper Air Disturbance

Positive Comments: Wow, Great lead vocal voice quality. The song grabbed me right away. Great instrumentation and mix. You “nailed” the tempo, melody, lyrics, and overall presentation. I wanted to hear more, so I played it again (and will continue to listen to it some more). NICE JOB!

Constructive Comments: I wanted to hear a little more volume on the harp at the beginning. My ear would like a little more treble on the lead guitar (to make it a little more distinct). These are really not criticisms, just what my ears/brain would like.