Description : Here's another collab with the awesome and great Richie Winn. Enjoy!

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  1. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Thu 26th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Patricia, I've heard your pellas hundreds of times in songs written by hundreds of different producers, but I have to say when Patricia Edwards and Richie Winn team up it is absolute solid gold. I just wish some record company would come along and recognize the true greatness of you (and Richie). Until they do, all of us here at Looperman will continue to marvel at your talents.

    You guys rock, but I think you already knew that :) This song is one of my all time favorites. Again, really really really well done. I hope all is well.


    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    Hey Mr. Bear! Richie and I indeed did work well together. I believe his out having a blast living life as of late, having fun enjoying it or something like that haha. Ya know the record label thing is overrated don't-cha? :-) I hope all is well Mr. Bear! Thank you.

  2. NuPhire
    NuPhire on Fri 20th Sep 2013 - 6 years ago

    Now thts what I call Fire...

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    :-) Thank you.

  3. musiclover38
    musiclover38 on Sun 6th Jan 2013 - 7 years ago

    Real smooth blues. You sound right at home :-) Love it. Some crispy blues licks would be the last bit of spice ;-)

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    Thanks ML38, your blues aint bad either :-)

  4. lostjoe3
    lostjoe3 on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    yes its all very good,ive listened to this over and over and cant find anything that i dont like about it....the music and the vocals are mixed to perfection as always....

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    Hey there Joe.

    There's something about hearing someone listens to a track over and over, that's pretty cool!

    Thanks for coming by :-)

  5. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    Ohh that start was awesome. Had a nice vibe! I would've loved it to continue that way but the change was a nice addition after all and it turned out pretty cool.

    Some cool guitar thrills in there would have worked wonders, some interplay with your vocals, always works well with blues.

    You both did a great work.

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    Richie and I don't interplay much, he's pretty busy hehe, j/k. I hear what you're saying though.

    Note to self: Interplay more...haha

    Thank you Malu!!

  6. SpellJammer
    SpellJammer on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    Class track Richie and Patricia. You two really do peform great work together. Absolutely brilliant track guys. The mix and instrumentation is on point.

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    Richie knows his stuff!

    Thank you Dylan :-)

  7. dey
    dey on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    I uploaded your song to my website:

    It's a music social network site were sample tracks are rated and compete. The most popular songs are played on Rated 10 Radio or Platinum Radio. I'll keep you posted on how well your song is doing or you can join.

  8. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sat 28th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    Ozark Mountain Daredevils(amongst others)...well hardly,but those dudes would be running around in ecstatic circles if they heard this!lol...I very often find myself making comparisons between your music and established icons within the industry..this is totally wrong....I should be reviewing their music and comparing it to yours!.........The choice of acoustic guitar for the main rhythm element immediately stamps this tune with that unmistakable intimacy and close projection of a live situation...Is it my imagination or are the vocals similarly inflected,either through superb mixing,a ghost of the perfect reverb or some subtle alchemy beyond human detection...whatever the case this is as close as you can come to an 'in the room' musical experience.....and what an experience it is, fantastic!..more a distillation than a collaboration.
    cheers Dave

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    "...reviewing their music and comparing it to yours!" haha I like that.

    Richie does all this stuff and I just get to sit back and listen after the rock becomes a gem! I feel bad, cuz it's a really easy job lol.

    Thanks for the stopping by again Dave :-)

  9. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Fri 27th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago two are magic together...I think you should do a CD....and send me a link....well done....Ed

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    I very much hope one day a CD will happen outside Looperman, but for now, EVERYTHING we've done is available.

    Just hit "download" :-)

    Thank you ED!! Glad you enjoyed it.

  10. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Fri 27th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    Love that acoustic you were singing along with the Eagles....but then it shifts gears and it's like SRV just sat down and decided to play along with you two :)

    Definitely a great way to start my day, with two of my most favorite artists. I'm telling you, you guys need to take this show on the road. Everything about this one is just flawless. It is always a pleasure to hear your wonderful voice accompanied by such an accomplished musician.

    Beautiful work Patricia and Richie. You say, "Tell me what's wrong?" On this song, absolutely is PERFECT.


    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    Ya know, just go ahead and set up those dates and just tell us where we have to be :-). I think I just spoke for all of us LOLOLOL!!

    An accomplished musician Richie is, he's such a perfectionist, so patient and professional, a vocalist can't ask for much more than that.

    Thank you Mr. Bear!!!!

  11. Killumineye
    Killumineye on Fri 27th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    As usual the beautiful voice blends in with this haunting track love it ..
    I also just recently heard your acapellas i think there abs brilliant, i've just uploaded a track featuring one that i thought went really well with the track i hope you like it and thank you:)

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    No, thank you, looking forward to hearing it.

  12. Dubster
    Dubster on Fri 27th Apr 2012 - 7 years ago

    beautiful as always

    Reply by PatriciaEdwards

    And, as always, thank you :-)

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