Drinking and drugs will put you in a state – your mind is hazy and your life you hate. Just when you think you got off the floor, your demons are conquered, you’re looking for more. Your head is spinning just like a top, hanging on the bowl now you up chuck. As you are down on your luck and look at the road, there is that toad in the middle of that road, a car goes by that toad goes splat sorry to say that’s where it’s at, “Everything is Flat!”
Out in the music world – Getting some reviews back on my new album release – Many are from other countries -in which is super cool!
Independent Music Playlists *Unted Kingdom*(Song reviewed – Quiet Please) Hey, this is a cool track, reminds me of the B52s and Devo a little. The style is super warm and catchy in the melodies. . A great song, definitely one to get you moving.
ESCUTAI *Brazil*(song reviewed- She’s So Tall) Hello Aldo Thanks for sending us a track. It’s a fun one and lyrics are easy to sing-along too. We liked the production, it feels very classic-rock sometimes and that’s definitely the best part in this whole song.
Rock Zone *Italy*(song reviewed- She’s So Tall) This song has a classic 70’s sound
The Sound Lab *Unted Kingdom* (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) A good track that has sounds of both rock punk and a little bit ska too.
Aire alternativo Aire Latino 88.5 FM *Spain* (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) It is true that the song still needs some mixing work, however, it compensates very well for the shortcomings in that aspect with the harmonic, melodic and rhythmic structure. It is very catchy and makes you want to dance.
Unis Son *Unted Kingdom*(song reviewed- Quiet Please)Thank you for sending me ‘Quiet Please’ – I think it’s a cool one that will fit well in our playlist on SoundCloud Exploration Lane
Psychedelic Junkyard *Unted States* (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) Great energy in this track make it a cool listen
Felipe–Curator on Playlist Push (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) Hello! First, congratulate you. Everything is great. The voice is amazing. The rhythm is balanced. Both elements (voice and rhythm) sound and sound perfect. I congratulate you and I recommend that you continue working like this
Rock A Palo *Argentina*(song reviewed- Quiet Please) Very interesting song, love those sounds, and the mix is wonderful. I can really see the kind of artist you are. You know how to complete your production to a hundred percent. So it was a pleasure to listen your music.
I sure did pull this one out of my ass!!! Some where in between and for the life of me I don’t remember the time line on this one. Ken, Myself and a drummer named Tim started a trio to see if we could play the local bar circuit to earn some pocket change. I was rummaging through my cassette tapes the other day and low and behold, I found this musty old practice recording tape of this band (I’m pretty sure Gary joined in at one point as there is keyboards on this recording). I don’t even think we had a name for the band but we did have quite an eclectic repertoire of songs that we played. The Stones, “Brown Sugar”, David Bowie’s, “Suffragette city”, Jimi Hendrix, “Fire” were just a few songs in which we were doing at the time. If my memory serves me right, we never did play out any where either, but Ken and I brought these songs to the Lampshades and when the Lampshades first started playing the bar circuit on Long Island, New York – we were playing a lot of cover music and only a few originals. Reality was to play the bar circuit on Long Island you really had no choice but to play covers to get your foot in the door just to get a gig and earn a little cash, albeit not much after the bar tab was rung up.
Here is “The Rolling Stones” and our unnamed band version of Brown Sugar
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