Hold The Mic Down – Tha Bishop featuring Phaze Seven & Daz Jones by Husky Records LLC

Husky Records LLC

Broadjam Artist: Husky Records LLC
Song: Hold The Mic Down – Tha Bishop featuring Phaze Seven & Daz Jones

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: I was going to say the backing instrumentals sound like a stereo playing in the background, but then it kicks in with real sound. This is very heavy and ominous, and the groove is really catchy. Very effective. I’m not current on Rap but this reminds me a lot of Ludacris (first voice).

Constructive Comments: Niggas, violence, and alpha male law of the jungle essence throughout the lyrics. Yeah it’s what sells but is it lifting the people up? That’s a philsophical critique. Musically this is solid.

Husky Records LLC

Broadjam Artist: Husky Records LLC
Song: Hold The Mic Down – Tha Bishop featuring Phaze Seven & Daz Jones

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: I was going to say the backing instrumentals sound like a stereo playing in the background, but then it kicks in with real sound. This is very heavy and ominous, and the groove is really catchy. Very effective. I’m not current on Rap but this reminds me a lot of Ludacris (first voice).

Constructive Comments: Niggas, violence, and alpha male law of the jungle essence throughout the lyrics. Yeah it’s what sells but is it lifting the people up? That’s a philsophical critique. Musically this is solid.

Pick Up My Heart And Go Home by Randy Calligan

Broadjam Artist: Randy CalliganSong: Pick Up My Heart And Go HomeReviewer: Marc S. PatePositive Comments: Beautiful voice, tasty piano, and nice changes. Strings too!Constructive Comments: I have nothing here and bow down, you are a true artist.

Randy Calligan

Broadjam Artist: Randy Calligan
Song: Pick Up My Heart And Go Home

Reviewer: Marc S. Pate

Positive Comments: Beautiful voice, tasty piano, and nice changes. Strings too!

Constructive Comments: I have nothing here and bow down, you are a true artist.

SAME OLD by Bill Dake

Broadjam Artist: Bill DakeSong: SAME OLDReviewer: Marc S. PatePositive Comments: I love keyboard! Strings on the bridge are a nice touch. Tasty solo.Constructive Comments: I kept anticipating the rest of the band to kick in.

Bill Dake

Broadjam Artist: Bill Dake
Song: SAME OLD

Reviewer: Marc S. Pate

Positive Comments: I love keyboard! Strings on the bridge are a nice touch. Tasty solo.

Constructive Comments: I kept anticipating the rest of the band to kick in.

Sounds Like Rain by Jim Haye

Broadjam Artist: Jim HayeSong: Sounds Like RainReviewer: Janet MurphyPositive Comments: Music accompaniment perfect amount and well placed, nice hook, nice voiceConstructive Comments: Good Luck to you!

Jim Haye

Broadjam Artist: Jim Haye
Song: Sounds Like Rain

Reviewer: Janet Murphy

Positive Comments: Music accompaniment perfect amount and well placed, nice hook, nice voice

Constructive Comments: Good Luck to you!

Fearsome Blues Instrumental by Kate Carpenter

Broadjam Artist: Kate CarpenterSong: Fearsome Blues InstrumentalReviewer: Marc S. PatePositive Comments: Got my foot tapping right off the bat!Constructive Comments: It’s a catchy little tune, but I don’t know if there’s enough to support it as a stand…

Kate Carpenter

Broadjam Artist: Kate Carpenter
Song: Fearsome Blues Instrumental

Reviewer: Marc S. Pate

Positive Comments: Got my foot tapping right off the bat!

Constructive Comments: It’s a catchy little tune, but I don’t know if there’s enough to support it as a stand alone instrumental. It seems ready made for some vocals.

When pain Fades into beuatiful by amy abernathy

Broadjam Artist: amy abernathySong: When pain Fades into beuatifulReviewer: Janet MurphyPositive Comments: Good message!! Nicely put togetherConstructive Comments: Good job, best of luck!!

amy abernathy

Broadjam Artist: amy abernathy
Song: When pain Fades into beuatiful

Reviewer: Janet Murphy

Positive Comments: Good message!! Nicely put together

Constructive Comments: Good job, best of luck!!

Far From Home by B. Greg Colburn Jr.

B. Greg Colburn Jr.

Broadjam Artist: B. Greg Colburn Jr.
Song: Far From Home

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: Gorgeous guitar intro! And the vocal performance is just as good. Both have superb engineering. What a great vocal performance and voice. You’ve got a tremendous mood and evocative lyrics going. Think of what Sturgill Simpson would do with this…

Constructive Comments: I’d skip the second phase of the guitar intro where it gets busier. It makes it too long and you don’t want to introduce too much side theme. Overall I’d back off the busy guitar work and focus on chords & strumming to allow the song to prevail (of course your picking is very good). “come alive” the melody/phrasing/singing drops off a bit. I’d rework that to make it stronger. same with that phrase after “the place is gone”. I think you need a bridge and a chorus sections in G to bring a big lift, using harmony vocals and a female voice in the harmony. This is a fantastic start. I’d like to provide the chorus & bridge parts if you’re interested. Actually I’d like to produce and arrange another version of this…

B. Greg Colburn Jr.

Broadjam Artist: B. Greg Colburn Jr.
Song: Far From Home

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: Gorgeous guitar intro! And the vocal performance is just as good. Both have superb engineering. What a great vocal performance and voice. You’ve got a tremendous mood and evocative lyrics going. Think of what Sturgill Simpson would do with this…

Constructive Comments: I’d skip the second phase of the guitar intro where it gets busier. It makes it too long and you don’t want to introduce too much side theme. Overall I’d back off the busy guitar work and focus on chords & strumming to allow the song to prevail (of course your picking is very good). “come alive” the melody/phrasing/singing drops off a bit. I’d rework that to make it stronger. same with that phrase after “the place is gone”. I think you need a bridge and a chorus sections in G to bring a big lift, using harmony vocals and a female voice in the harmony. This is a fantastic start. I’d like to provide the chorus & bridge parts if you’re interested. Actually I’d like to produce and arrange another version of this…

Night Of Love (Orchestral Mix) by Bob Bentley

Broadjam Artist: Bob BentleySong: Night Of Love (Orchestral Mix)Reviewer: Janet MurphyPositive Comments: good voice, even though I like deeper spiritual songs, it was peaceful and I’m sure pleasing to GodConstructive Comments: Best of luck to you!!

Bob Bentley

Broadjam Artist: Bob Bentley
Song: Night Of Love (Orchestral Mix)

Reviewer: Janet Murphy

Positive Comments: good voice, even though I like deeper spiritual songs, it was peaceful and I’m sure pleasing to God

Constructive Comments: Best of luck to you!!

Ruby Diamond Elephant Race by Patrick E. Muth

Broadjam Artist: Patrick E. MuthSong: Ruby Diamond Elephant RaceReviewer: Jeff RobertsPositive Comments: At :45 there is a very cool idea. That’s about it.Constructive Comments: You’re going to need to up your game. It’s a blind review, so I don’t kn…

Patrick E. Muth

Broadjam Artist: Patrick E. Muth
Song: Ruby Diamond Elephant Race

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: At :45 there is a very cool idea. That’s about it.

Constructive Comments: You’re going to need to up your game. It’s a blind review, so I don’t know where you’re coming from. So keep at it. We all get better the more we try.

Come On Over by FRED GROSS

Broadjam Artist: FRED GROSSSong: Come On OverReviewer: Norb Studelska/Upper Air DisturbancePositive Comments: I really liked the interplay between the two rythm guitars. Nice lead breaks, totally hot effect on the intro lead got my attention immediatel…

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.