Check out this acoustic song

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  1. telecaster90

    telecaster90 Smokestack Lightning Contributor

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    Posted this over in general music, but it didn't get any feedback, so I'm gonna try it over here.

    www.myspace.com/colinpoulton

    Check out "Again and Again". The quality's kinda rough, but gimme some comments on the song itself. I'd appreciate it.
     
  2. nitelightboy

    nitelightboy I poop in shoes. Contributor

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    Recording's a bit rough as you said, but I definately dig it. :yesway:

    Overall, nice song structure. It keeps moving and brings you right along with it. Keep up the good work.
     
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    Shawn Ibanez Guitars Forum MVP

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    Beautiful song. :yesway:
     
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    Hey man, i really enjoyed that. It's really mellow and uplifting, great work! It reminds me of John Butler :)
     
  5. telecaster90

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    Can't say I've ever heard of him. I can't really place a direct musical influence on the song. That might be becuase I have it in an open tuning (EAEEBE)

    Thanks for checkin it out guys!
     
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    Finally listened to this. ;) It's pretty - I found myself jamming along pretty quickly, and I think I worked out the main riff in standard. :fawk:

    My advice would be to add a contrasting section to this, though. It's very drone-y in an appealing sort of way (and I'm all about that stuff), but I think as a song it'd hang together better if it moved in a different direction partway through or something. :yesway:
     

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