Tags : | Ambient | 6.03 MB

Description : My fellow Looperman ShortBusMusic pointed me in the direction of this fantastic acapella (thanks Bear)

https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/118506

The timing is a little odd and there are a couple of 3/4 bars in there to keep you on your toes. Acoustic guitar on one side and my Godin Xtsa on it's acoustic setting on the other. Electric down the middle picking out the chords, acoustic piano, strings, EZdrums with a tam mirroring the snare, an arpeggio thing going on in the background and a self indulgent guitar solo. I had a great time putting this together!!

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  1. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Thu 20th Sep 2012 - 7 years ago

    This is really good Richie, wow. The vocals are great and the music. shhh. The music feels too good. I listen and get lost in this moment. When I hear your music man I feel good all the time then when the song has finished I start to think "Now this is real music that anyone could feel" then I realize that the so called "music" I make is wrong. My apologies. Thank you for sharing your great music with all of us. I appreciate hearing such good sounds put together. Keep creating and have fun Richie. I enjoyed the listen, as always. Peace.

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey DJG

    Thanks for the kind words - much appreciated. So glad you liked the track and the sounds I put together.

    Thank you.

    Richie

  2. jofusf
    jofusf on Mon 20th Aug 2012 - 7 years ago

    Richie! Man, I really dig the vibe on this. So damn groovy! Good work!It sure didnt feel awkwardly timed at any point. Also, Great solo!

    Cheers!
    -Joe

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hi Joe

    Thank you so much for the comments. Nice to have some positive feedback and glad you liked the solo.

    Regards

    Richie

  3. dachopdocta
    dachopdocta on Mon 14th May 2012 - 7 years ago

    What's up Richie. How's it going man. I always say that I'm sorry for not being around but I'm so into music I lose myself into my own world. I wish I was a vampire so I had all the time to listen and review everyone. Haha .

    On the serious note, this is a serious track bro. dam. I want to jump off the subject for a second and say those fellow musicians/producers and engineers, when you make awesome tracks like this make sure you back up your work. Trust me. LOL

    I went through moments where I have lost valuable stuff and wanted to pull my hair out but that's another story. lol

    Sorry for the blabbering :P I enjoyed this tune a a lot Richie. Take care. :)

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey Dachopdocta

    It's going good thank you for asking. Great comments and really appreciate you dropping by to listen. Yes back up your work, good plan. There are only two types of computer user. Those that have lost data and those that are just about to!!

    Glad you liked the tune.

    Richie

  4. jfw
    jfw on Thu 5th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    What a great ballad! Excellent crisp production and a well balanced mix. Amelia June's vocal is excellent and I really like the Larry Carlton-esque sound on the guitar solo. Top track Richie.

    Jamie.

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey Jamie

    Always good to hear from you. Thanks for the great comments and how did you know Larry Carlton was a hero of mine? I try to emulate even if it's only the sound I can get near!!

    Thanks again.

    Richie

  5. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 27th Mar 2012 - 7 years ago

    Dang man, you have some talent putting a song together. This sets such a somber mood. Reminds me a bit of a Sarah Mcglachlan piece. Emotional and peaceful, intriguing and wonderful, just to give a few words to describe this. Thanks for sharing this!

    Wayne

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hi Wayne

    Thanks ever so much for stopping by and commenting. I really appreciate it. It's a great vocal track and Amelia June has fantastic timbre to her voice. I was trying to be very careful I didn't destroy any of that in the process of producing the track. Glad you enjoyed it and thanks again.

    Richie

  6. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sun 11th Mar 2012 - 7 years ago

    Dude this is brilliant!! It's so well written, produced, structured and thought out. Do i need to add more?
    Mr Winn, You have some serious talent.
    FR

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hi FR

    Many thanks for the comments - much appreciated.

    Richie

  7. Soap
    Soap on Mon 13th Feb 2012 - 7 years ago

    This song is a whole peaceful journey... Production is amazing, every sound is very precise... Your GT patches sound real f§*`%ing good !

    Music with heart, soul, and skill...

    Congratulations man !

    Chris

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hi Chris

    Thanks very much for the comments. I really appreciate it. Amelia June's vocal is just so good I felt I had to put something together using it. Glad you liked the production and your comment "very precise" is indeed a great compliment. I do try hard to get it right and spend ages deliberating over a single note and if it's in the right place or not!

    The guitar patches are mostly those within Logic although my Roland GR55 has some good sounds in too. f$*'%ing good I'll take any day - thank you.

    Richie

  8. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Fri 3rd Feb 2012 - 7 years ago

    I haven`t caught up with all of your tracks yet Richie, but every time I hit play on another one I am totally taken in by the talent....like this one for example...Beautiful vocal for certain, but being an old guitar guy (whose listening skills have expanded over the years I think) I pay a lot of attention to the instruments, composition etc...I would run over the word limit to try & describe everything I like about this one...so let me just say a very well done to both of you...This one goes on my MP3 player...beautiful work....Ed (P.S:.I don`t own a Godin (yet) but they are one very high quality instrument that don`t get near as much attention as they should...I have played a few in the music store & love the feel of the slightly flatter neck radius...you`ve got your XTsa sounding extra sweet)

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hi Ed

    I'm glad you liked the "guitar only" approach to the track. I just felt like getting back to a basic three guitars and drums live feel was appropriate. Thanks for your very kind comments - much appreciated.

    The Godin XTSA is a lovely guitar in many respects. It's beautifully made from high quality materials (never had a guitar with an ebony fretboard before - really nice) and has three distinctive playing opportunities. Normal electric (two humbuckers and a single coil), acoustic (using the built in transducers) and MIDI using the Roland GR55 compatible connection. So versatile. Anyway, I could go on and on (and on) about guitars so I'll stop right now.

    Thanks again and always a great pleasure to have you visit and comment.

    Regards

    Richie

  9. Manoodjir
    Manoodjir on Mon 23rd Jan 2012 - 7 years ago

    Superb.
    Big emotion with a big aerian sound... It makes me flying!
    I like very much this track.
    Congratulations Richie!

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey

    Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to listen and post comments. It's appreciated. Flying is good! Glad you enjoyed the flight!!

    Regards and thanks again

    Richie

  10. ALXSIX
    ALXSIX on Tue 17th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    Beautiful! Very chill and warm, your music compliments that beautiful pella awesomely well. It flows so well and blends so seamlessly, I'm amazed! Great work.

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Thank you so much for your comments and for taking the time to stop by and listen. It's such a great vocal and I had fun putting the track together.

    Thanks again

    Richie

  11. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Mon 16th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww [and some more w's]

    this is so warm and inviting, vocals are eloquently handled, muzic is perfect, LOVE that guitar solo!

    and the thing i REALLY like about your work is EVERYTHING is given the royal treatment, muzic and vocals alike!! great job Richie!

    i'd buy this in a second, meantime i'm gonna DL it here, lol.

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey Mim Fouree

    You are so kind, thank you for the comments. Glad you liked the track and my interpretation of it. I had fun putting it together and always enjoy the challenge of a guitar solo (and trying to make it sound like something I haven't already played before - always difficult). Thanks again P.

    Richie

  12. vortexsurfer
    vortexsurfer on Mon 16th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    Great work all round and refreshing

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Thanks for taking the time to listen and post comments. Much appreciated. Glad you liked the track - the acapella was so interesting I felt drawn to it. Had fun putting the track together and so pleased it has been received so well.

    Thanks again.

    Richie

  13. TonyKnight
    TonyKnight on Mon 16th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    Quite beautiful! Elegantly rendered on every count. To be proud of. Thanks for sharing.

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hi Tony

    Thanks for the great comments - I really appreciate them. It was such a great acapella I felt I had to put a track together using it. What fun. Glad you enjoyed it.

    Thanks again

    Richie

  14. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Mon 16th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    Richie, what a wonderful treatment of Amelia June's vox. I love everything about this, from the guitar solo, to the mix, to the pacing (wow, just brilliant) to the beautiful chord progressions. I've heard just about every interpretation of her pella, but this one ranks right up there at the top.

    Superb in every aspect, and in every way possible.

    Bravo my friend. And a huge thanks for the download, straight to my all time favorites.

    Bear

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey Bear

    Good to hear from you. Thanks for the comments, particularly about the "pacing". I wanted it to be a bit "sleepy" but with plenty of interest to keep the listener engaged. I had lots of fun puting this together and thanks for the link on your track to the acapella on Mixter.

    Best regards and thanks again.

    Richie

  15. MStokes
    MStokes on Mon 16th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    Richie - this setting is so from the heart of the matter Amelia is singing - your empathy and playing is of the finest and moving kind. total respect and thanks for your music.

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    So grateful for you kind words - many thanks. It's a fantastic acapella and I couldn't resist putting a track together using it. What a journey it was too! Glad you enjoyed it and thanks again.

    Richie

  16. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Mon 16th Jan 2012 - 8 years ago

    As wrote some time ago Bear, It's an a capella which was incorporated a multitude of times (also by me for that matter). Here, it is an aditional a very good sound quality.
    Fantastic moment .... Fantastic guitar too ....

    Dan

    RichieWinn
    Reply by RichieWinn

    Hey Dan

    I'm so glad you liked the track and thanks for dropping by and taking the time to listen and comment. Much appreciated.

    Regards

    Richie

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