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my guitar's lament

an instrumental

 7 total reviews 
Comment by
2USband
 
 

Amazingly beautiful. The production is tight and just way to superdupercool :-) The choise of lead tones behind this almost perfect musical structure crawls into my ears. And stays. Very well done :-) Cheers from Norway.


 Comment Written 30-Oct-2015



reply by the artist on 03-Dec-2015
    THANK U
    i like the use of divergent sounds in this one aswell
    it gives it a somber perspective
    but its only as good as the listening audience says it is

    yake care
    bryan
Comment by
AugustWillDecay
 
 

awesome use of that vocal thing man I never heard it used so well before really like the solo and that mouth thing makes it really over the top cool. nice song man.


 Comment Written 23-Sep-2015



reply by the artist on 29-Sep-2015
    thank you for the good words. since I should not and can not sing
    the use of this device allows me the opportunity "voice" both melody and chorus line that may be both interesting and amusing to the listener.

    take care
    bryan

reply by the artist on 29-Sep-2015
    thank you for the good words. since I should not and can not sing
    the use of this device allows me the opportunity to "voice" both the melody and chorus line that may be both interesting and amusing to the listener.

    take care
    bryan
Comment by
Loyd C. Taylor, Sr.
 
 

Hello fellow artist. This was rather interesting and very entertaining, creative and different. My best to you in your work. Loyd


 Comment Written 15-Sep-2015



reply by the artist on 16-Sep-2015
    thank you for your generous "applause"-especially from a man of letters. I'm sometimes haunted by a paraphrased memory of john greenleaf whittier- 'the saddest words ever put to pen-are simply those-that which might have been'.

    keep up your professional pursuits as long as you can
    -as well as you can

    because when it comes to the end of the day and the dust has all cleared the one positive in life is that we celebrated our passion by not forsaking our passion.

    take care
    bryan

reply by Loyd C. Taylor, Sr. on 17-Sep-2015
    Love those quotes, Bryan
    Thanks and you are welcome. Loyd
Comment by
Noah_Ohne
 
Review Stars
  Rank:  19
 

This is an excellent track. I love the laid back beginning and the opening lead guitar tone sounds almost like it's being squeezed thru a talk-box. The heaviness that begins about half way thru the track was a nice touch. Very nice overdrive on the lead work.

Overall great composition and well worth a listen.


 Comment Written 25-Aug-2015



reply by the artist on 26-Aug-2015
    thank you for the critique.

    take care
Comment by
Moustro
 
 

Hey Bryan. Sounds good man! It took me a while to get used to the guitar tone you used for the lead solo but I adjusted after a few listens through. I'm guessing you used a lot of Wah but I'm not really a guitar player. Keep up the good work.


 Comment Written 25-Aug-2015



reply by the artist on 28-Aug-2015
    thank you

    take care

    bryan
Comment by
Kakalaki Kid
 
 

I have never actually hear a composition with an electronic transition and vocal usage like it was rip string chords.. pretty sick mates.. hats off to all of you on this one mates.. Cheers


 Comment Written 25-Aug-2015



reply by the artist on 27-Aug-2015
    we must do what we must do
    thank's once again for your interest in my music
    take care
Comment by
Scott Harvey
 
Review Stars
 
 

Well, they certainly did. And some of them still are. This sounds "vocodarish" ala Framptom and Joe Walsh. Very enjoyable. Your songs seem to have a youthful and playful energy that I really like, besides being melodic and memorable. You keep it interesting and change it up before it gets boring. As always, very well done. I'm assuming at this point that you don't sing. Well, you sing with the guitar! The only negative I could say is that the ending gets a little too heavy, imo, compared to the rest of the song. I think it's fine to get a little heavier, but it was a little too much, I felt. Just my thought. Excellent though! I think it's safe to say that you are the finest electric guitar player on this site, certainly as a lead player.


 Comment Written 25-Aug-2015



reply by the artist on 26-Aug-2015
    u assumed correctly-i think they passed a federal law prohibiting just me to ever sing/vocal a sountrack. dogs bay at the hearing of my voice. vocal harmonizers riot in the streets if i attempt to auto-tune thru their mechanical intelligence. woman just laugh and ask me to refrain from such "non-sense"
    thank you for the excellent review.

    take care
    bryan
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