Snowy Mountain Stream by Patrick E. Muth

Patrick E. Muth

Broadjam Artist: Patrick E. Muth
Song: Snowy Mountain Stream

Reviewer: Margie & Art Corey, S. & Al Corey

Positive Comments: Like the sound of the intro guitar………..like the jazz feel, very Hep!! I would like the vocal to be just a tad more out front! Somewhat hard to understand the lyrics…but they sound interesting!! Sounds a little like Mr. Hendrix, can’t get any better than that!! Great Job my friend!!! Let’s hear more!!! Wowza!!!

Constructive Comments: Maybe put the lead vocal out front a little more, love to know what you are saying in your Kool composition!! Love to hear more!! Keep up the HOT Music!!!

Sailing the Caribbean by Paul Messina

Paul Messina

Broadjam Artist: Paul Messina
Song: Sailing the Caribbean

Reviewer: Randal Dunkle

Positive Comments: Very nice sound – I especially like the piano runs, really has a very staccato sound, I also like the sax – very cool!

Constructive Comments: Not a lot of negatives – very professional sounding tune, I think the saxophone may take over this a piece a little too much even though it sounds fantastic! Instead of a flat top guitar – I would like to hear a little more of an edge with a lead electric guitar – best wishes and may God bless!

Earth to Angel by Vicki Lee

Vicki Lee

Broadjam Artist: Vicki Lee
Song: Earth to Angel

Reviewer: CAEDMON’S DREAM

Positive Comments: * unique lead vocals* song has memorable chorus/hook* lyrics have a strong universal message * simple instrumentation & nice chord changes* could be a movie “message” piece

Constructive Comments: + production is clear but mono track stereo sound-field can help each instrument stand out+ doubled vocals loses clarity in lyric at times+ chorus vocal is strong: but a unique instrumental part or lead-line to go along with chorus would help it stand apart from rest of the song

Nothing’s Safe and Sound by Warren Hein

Warren Hein

Broadjam Artist: Warren Hein
Song: Nothing’s Safe and Sound

Reviewer: CAEDMON’S DREAM

Positive Comments: * Keyboards and vocals stand out* String lines are clear and lush* A “Disney” musical feel* Nice performance and production!

Constructive Comments: + Adding one more musical element in the bridge (ex. bass, cymbal rolls, or other) could help it stand out+ non-diatonic chord change in piano intro threw me off (not really there in verse or chorus is it?)+ key modulation could be effective for last chorus melody line stays constant and can get repetitive+ very nice tempo change for ending+ I like this piece alot, I hope my comments don’t sound negative.

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

Grown Up Sexy by CaiNo

CaiNo

Broadjam Artist: CaiNo
Song: Grown Up Sexy

Reviewer: LaWanda Macik

Positive Comments: WHOA!! Yeah: that Grown Up Sexy Kinda love will get you every time, lol. I have to tell you: Everything from the melody to the structure of the lyrics definitely gown and sexy. I really enjoyed listening to this.

Constructive Comments: Don’t be afraid use your imagination on a song like this. Think of “In The Mood” by The Whispers. I would like to hear more like this.

Pulsar by Jim Haye

Jim Haye

Broadjam Artist: Jim Haye
Song: Pulsar

Reviewer: Nigel Barrett

Positive Comments: Lots of energy but lacking real punch. Love the synth programming. Great pulsating pad chords at various points which I am jealous of!

Constructive Comments: The drums need to have a greater presence for my money. Can’t decipher whether the bass is real or keys. Would love also to hear a major change in there somewhere be it a key change of major change of instrumentation to keep me glued.