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Description : when she was laughing in facT ....composed @ nov 2012 ...,the first & last time I played mandolin in a trial of mine .

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  1. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Mon 25th Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    hi,
    nice cinematic music. Really well done with the strings and piano. I like your mandolin playing - it's very nice merged into this composition along the violin section. I would like to hear a bit more of the introduction: you start with slow strings but you could extend the beginning for sure. And add maybe some nice ending or just fade it out so you could have a 3-4 min.
    Quite short track but really nice and pleasant to listen and enjoy.
    A.

  2. TinyFinger
    TinyFinger on Sat 23rd Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi! Nice song for the ear. ;))

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many tnx TinyFinger for the attention & the shared ppint of view as commenT. ___Behnam

  3. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Tue 19th Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    This was very well produced. Indeed very soothing and easy to listen to. The beat is very unique which perfectly goes with the soundtrack. Beautiful work, my friend.

    ~Ookami

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Hi Ookami . many thnx for attention & the shared point of view as comment my friend .I'm gratefull..
    best wishes.___Behnam

  4. EazyBeatz
    EazyBeatz on Tue 19th Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    wow those plucks are just so soothing. wonderful job here . this track here is definitely worth the time.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    thank U very much for attention & the shared point of view as comment EazyBeatz. best wishes.___Behnam

  5. monsterage
    monsterage on Mon 18th Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    love it man, this thing with vocals would go perfectly :D very well mix as well

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many thnx for attention & the shared point of view monsterage.best wishes.___Behnam

  6. brillbilly
    brillbilly on Sun 17th Aug 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi Dear benham!

    This is a real nice piece of music!

    beautiful feel good music,that gives me feelings of warm sun and calm sea's.!

    It a very very nice chilled piece of music!

    Beautiful strings,beats n guitar.!

    Great to know your still making music is such worrying times.!

    kind regards dear behnam!

    ***chris***

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Hello Chris , dear . many thnx for attention & the kind words. just my friend as U can see in description this trial was composed @nov 2012 & I'm not making music anymore ..
    best wishes.___Behnam

  7. Samina
    Samina on Sun 6th Jul 2014 - 7 years ago

    Dear Behnam
    This adorable music reminds me of the poem "Your laughter" by Pablo Neruda.
    I read it again and again while listening to your music and remembered all laughters which I miss very much now miles away from all my loved ones.

    Thanks dear Behnam for the moments your music created and appreciate sharing.

    Bests
    Mina

    Take bread away from me, if you wish,
    take air away, but
    do not take from me your laughter.

    Do not take away the rose,
    the lance flower that you pluck,
    the water that suddenly
    bursts forth in joy,
    the sudden wave
    of silver born in you.

    My struggle is harsh and I come back
    with eyes tired
    at times from having seen
    the unchanging earth,
    but when your laughter enters
    it rises to the sky seeking me
    and it opens for me all
    the doors of life.

    My love, in the darkest
    hour your laughter
    opens, and if suddenly
    you see my blood staining
    the stones of the street,
    laugh, because your laughter
    will be for my hands
    like a fresh sword.
    .
    .
    .
    deny me bread, air,
    light, spring,
    but never your laughter
    for I would die.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    merci Mina for attention & nice shared feedback with me & us.
    mamnunam az keifiate commenthaye mokhtalefe to va arezuhaye khub dara m baraye har2ye shoma 2ta. movazebe ham bashid .
    mamnun again .___

  8. RiceChrisB
    RiceChrisB on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    beautiful

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    merci for shared idea as comment.

  9. Cestevens1783
    Cestevens1783 on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Well...this just brings out all the feels...this is a beautiful track. The music speaks for itself. You really know how to bring unique sounds together I think. I love it, truly.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    my appology for late reply ms Stevens & many thnx for attention , listening & the time to share your point of view as a comment with me & us . i'm gratefull. best wishes.___B

  10. MWRatridge
    MWRatridge on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Benham,
    Good track and nice playing. I enjoyed it.
    Keep up the music man; it helps you escape.
    Mark.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    TY Mark...despite i don't know why i should escape from what to where &...!
    take care man.merci again.___B

  11. Billydragon1
    Billydragon1 on Sun 29th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    What a soothing and gentle track here brother Behnam!
    I sense a lot of sentiments with this track. She must have been a very special person! :)

    The percussion drums was a good choice as it is not overbearing. The piano itself reflects a special moment in time. The mandolin places you into that moment in time. And the strings in the background holds everything together. And looking back, it is a beautiful memory captured in sound. A soothing track to the soul. Well done. - Billy

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Hello Billy , and first appology for my absence & late reply.
    many thnx for attention , & time to share your idea as comment with me & us .
    the phrase of '' beautifull memory captured in sound '' in your comment is remarkable , memorable & what I'll remember that from U , even beyond looperman . .
    a friendly smile & appreciations again.
    best wishes.___B

  12. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Sat 28th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Yea the guitar is very impressive! Everything sits together so naturally, really love the pace of this as well. A very smooth moody production deciBel. No real complaints. peace

    Gramo/Neo

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many thnx Gramo/Neo for attention & time to share your idea as commenT . that is Mandolin and this track has been the first time ever I had used mandolin in a trial of mine despite as U may know I'm a guitarist & not a mandolin player.any way no matter what is the name of instruments , I'm gratefull & appreciate your feedback.___Behnam

  13. Oxnitrogen
    Oxnitrogen on Fri 27th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Really nice,great job my friend

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    hey how are u man ? many thnx fr attention & shared idea as commenT . appreciations & best wishes.___Behnam

  14. Diese
    Diese on Fri 27th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    without demur this is an incredible and intelligence music !
    what happens around 1:40 is a very very smart way for showing the laugh moments !!
    congrats .

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    i appreciate your attention & feedback .best wishes.__B

  15. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Sun 15th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hello Behnam, This trial I believe still is incomplete, not for its abrupt ending but, for it's moment in holding onto the previous thought. I hear the instruments wanted to say something more. I like the sounds you chose to explain the image of how that time seemed like. This is some natural deep thought. The piano allows me to make it personal to a time where she was laughing too but, not there anymore. A respective story. Must continue the ending sentence, will be interesting to hear. Thank you for sharing, is enjoyed and appreciated style from you. Hope things are clearer now. Peace.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Hello DesignedImpression and many thnx for the attention , listening & sharing your critical idea .
    I underestand U & I think U'll underestand me to say I prefer people listen my trials 2 times , instead of making a longer version of them .but U've truely felt about instruments cause this is an extracted part of a longer version of this trial which I can send U in email if U're minded cause knowing your idea about that version too will be interesting for me and maybe that's why U've truely felt instruments wanting to say somethings more .
    anyway designedImpression , your point of view is worthy of considering for me ,generally too everyone's idea is respectable for me .
    and any how , now , U think what can make this better ?
    which line , which instrument ( U think ) should be improved & expanded to make the listeners don't feel this is incomplete ? ....looking forward to read your reply & also according to your critical idea U're the only one who can feel free to want to collaborate about this track for any longer version .many thnx again & all the best.___B

  16. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 15th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Thank you for your response, and please don't be offended by my review. As usual, I read through all the reviews before I write mine, and I got the impression from your responses that this was still the "prototype version." The only thing about the recording that led me to believe this was the final moment, it is very sudden and abrupt. I am getting the feeling that this was completely intentional, and so I apologize for making an assumption. It's an absolutely beautiful piece, and I'm glad that I came back to listen again this morning. Getting concerned about you my friend within all the turmoil in the world, and I'm happy that we are still connected in some way.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    I'm seriously gratefull of your second presence Patrick & please excuse me for a bit latency in responce for the reasons U know .
    well according to knowing U , I'm sure U're not someone who cenosors his idea to make the others glad and I'm sure U're such a good friend of mine who'll help me learn more by sharing his positive or negative idea with me ..
    ...U can underestand me to say , knowing any type of feedback from such a virtuoso musician like U will be so great & absolutely respected worth of considering & appreciated by me..
    anyway if U really think this is good enough , I should be glad and I'm seriously gratefull of your attention and shared idea & also especially your time for listening this trial of mine for 2 times & writing 2 times about it.
    my friend , no matter when I leave looperman , we(U & me ) will be connected in any type of future & I'll be your friend & hope someday we ( all ) will meet eachother ..
    smile & my best wishes for U & your dears all .__Behnam

  17. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 14th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    You've done it again my friend, created something precious, and brightened my life in a big way! This gives me images of a travelling bard, going places, and changing lives. I realize this isn't the version you meant to upload, but I love it! You performed all parts with feeling and expression, and they all work together to create life. It's very good to see that you are still around here with us. I am happy to know you.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    happiness belongs to me for knowing U my friend & Pat generally I should confess I've been lucky abouT my looperman communications what teached to this isolated grown man so much..regarding this track I'm gratefull of your attention & time , shared review & all your supportive words .
    just no Patrick my friend , this is it the same version that I had wanted to upload ...I'm back from mission & U've listened the last seq of that folder of this project in which ending part has not that issues ...
    buT your honest words makes me know this hasn't convinced your mind to be recognized as a completed and done track ...
    despite I think U've not listened track till the end too...
    and so I'm sorry if this hasn'T convinced U as a completed & done trial of mine , and my exclusive appreciation for sharing honest feedback & critical point of view Pat...
    would be great to know what do U think We should change in it to can gain to a better output in the end ... ?
    anyway thnx & thnx & take care buddy.___B

  18. Sherris
    Sherris on Sat 14th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    to o ahange asheghaneh !
    ajab jaleb asan tavagho nadashtam .ey kalak pas she ee ham boodeh dasteto roo nemikardi pishe ma hamishe tanha tanha invar oonvar boodi .
    diako in ahanget kheili zibast .to albate az oonaee kholgho khoot mikhore shoharo pedare khoobi bashi vali be hich vajh fekr nemikardam to ahange asheghaneh injooriam dashteh bashi adame bi ehsas . voooy joone Arsalane man ghor nazan chera farsi minevisam intouri man rahat taram .
    be ghole khodet arezoohaye khoob.
    :)

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    mamnoon az inke 100 bar azat khaste am ke inja mano Behnam seda koni va inghadr roayat mikoni .
    hamintor merci ke inhame motevajjeh mishi migam be farsi ,turki , kurdi , lori , english ya hich zabune digei inja
    dar morede masaele private zendegie adam harf nazan .
    & in the end man ghadrdani mikonam az to , az amme Shahinam va az in commente technichal va kamelan herfei !
    arezuhaye khoobe bi hosele..va ehteram .

  19. TinyFinger
    TinyFinger on Sun 8th Jun 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi! Good track, nice work.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many thnx for listening & the shared feedback___Behnam

  20. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sun 25th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    it's nice how you transition into the mandolin solo. don't hear a solo like that very often. it should not be the last time you put mandolin in a track! regards. Dan

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    hey what's up Dan ? nice to meet U after awhile ..
    many thnx Dan for attention & kind feedback about my mandolin playing .(ps:Dan I got your message, okay,soon I'll write a short autobiographic presentation for there ..just let me back home from mission...& many many thnx)___B

  21. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sat 24th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    This track has a really nice live vibe to it. The mandolin is great and i dig the percussion. I like the way you did the pitch shift before bringing the piano back in. The violins are nice but i have to say it ended quite abruptly, so perhaps it would benefit from a fade rather than just stopping dead as it does.
    All the same i enjoyed this track Behnam and i will for sure be back for more.
    FR

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Many many thnx FR for attention & shared idea .
    and an exclusive appreciations for true & valuable criticism about ending ! yes , wacky me,haha have uploaded a wrong seq of the folder of this project ,a prototype version in which I hadn't designed ending part(version before the last seq)...! & now while reading your true comment , I'm in mission according to the job(mining engineer) & have no access to no track & no software even to correct this !haha!shame on my wacky mind but no problem this mistake made a cool memory about uploading this trial for me in my mind & I enjoyed!...anyway great appreciations FR for carefull listening & true point about this undone ending...
    ___Behnam

  22. Tonality
    Tonality on Sat 24th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    beautifull indeed. this is just amazing my friend.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    thnx Tonality.

  23. Dakotamoon666
    Dakotamoon666 on Thu 22nd May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Very nice, I like the way you play mandolin but the end is a little chopped off

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Marko (oh!wacky me!)nice to see your comment,yesterday around the same time I was listening ''land of legonds'' your wonderfull track & U were in my mind & now I see U've commented at the same time for this trial of mine..
    Many many thnx buddy for presence,attention & shared idea .
    and an exclusive appreciations for attention & true & valuable criticism about ending ! yes , wacky me,the one who mistakes about friend's names too as U know ,has uploaded a wrong seq of the folder of this project,a prototype version in which I hadn't designed ending part(version before the last seq)...! & now while reading your comment , as usual I'm in mission & have no access to no track & no software even to correct this !haha!shame !
    anyway many thnx for attention & good point U've mentioned about ending man.best wishes.___B

  24. BrandonMichelle
    BrandonMichelle on Wed 21st May 2014 - 7 years ago

    What shall I say. I am smiling from ear to ear actually really starting to laugh. You always seem to find a way to amaze me. Your musical talent has no end. I wish it was for download hmm? You play mandolin as if you were happy at the time. It shows through your playing. I have noticed in your music you are very good at letting the listener feel the emotion you are expressing at that time. If you are able to grab the attention of your listeners and make them feel your laughter, sadness, anger, frustration, pain, love etc. then you are one very amazing composer/musician.

    Thank you for the big smile,
    Brandon Michelle

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many many thnx my Brandy for attention & the kind words.
    ....BrandY but to be honest & even if I believe your generous words about being an amazing musician , I should confess,whished I was amazing about something else ...
    wished I was an amazing father instead ....
    anyway kiss kiss BrandY for all your warm feedbaX ...take care ,bests.__B

  25. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 20th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi Benham! I think your mandolin playing was great. The strumming parts are nice. The picking was also excellent, especially the transition part with the effects around 1:40. I am surprised more people don't play one here on the loop,

    I found it to be an easy instrument to play. I am not very good at playing it. What's that saying, "fake it till you make it"? hehe. I just found my book of mandolin chords. I only play the mando when I record, I hardly ever practice it.

    Your mandolin sound cleanly played and in just the right places, it is such a beautiful sounding instrument. Keep playing my friend!

    Wayne

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Wayne many many thnx for attention,the kind words & all the encouragements. ....uuummm yes as U've mentioned there're not many mandolin players.particullary I think mandolin has a very nice sound & special character as a strumming instrument, buT I think the reason why we often don't find many mandolin players are its weak points about expressing suspended atmosphers,subjective impressions , & the lack of a strenght Bass sound which makes it to be usefull for some special & usually romantic concepts, it also needs a mentality with minor & melodic tendency for playing.
    ofcourse these are my personal point of view & criticisms about mandolin & I don't know much about it .
    for sure your probable reply can include some instructive points about mandolin ...& of course noone can't ignore its unique & beautY sound in its suitable place ...
    anyway personally I enjoyed my first & last mandolin playing & your warm feedback made that exprience of mine including more pleasure...appreciations Wayne for patiency & presence & valuable shared idea.best wishes man.___B

  26. Anubis
    Anubis on Tue 20th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    aahhh,no words.
    I love this.....

    brightly...

    All respect Behnam

    Anubis.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    anubis many thnx for the attention & shared feedback about this trial . and a great & special appreciation to your underestanding & respecT to my last replY my friend.
    Anubis U may see there ain't be many persons whom I please them to call my persian name when they know that & please remember this was because I knew your worth preception will underestand my reasons,& if I please U about that in my last replY .many many thnx ,highesT respects & all the best.___Behnam

  27. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Mon 19th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Behnam you really wrote an amazing track here. I was liking what I was hearing and then the mandolin came in and it was brilliant. Such difference in instruments that felt completely natural together. Really nice job on this.

    Kyle

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    nice to know your feedback Kyle , many thnx for the attention, shared veiw & kindness . appreciation & best wishes.__Behnam

  28. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Mon 19th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hi Behnam,

    I think this may be my favorite of yours. I LOVE the mandolin! You should use it more. It ends a little abruptly, though. Maybe a fade out would be better.

    Cheers,
    Scott

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Hi Scott , Nice to know your point of view & I'm gratefull of your attention & feedback.
    regarding ending , oOoPS !
    I don't know I should say this is bad or this is what buT what a good that at last someone has motioned this matter !
    yes Scott haha wacky me had uploaded prototype version buT not the last sequenT & the last result of the projecT of that folder in my computer !!
    smile ! many thnx for usefull point man !
    I seriouslY appreciate your attention & usefull shared feedback. best wishes.___B

  29. Prelude
    Prelude on Mon 19th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    how you can record and add live instruments whenever you want when you have no mixer ?

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    by pushing virtual button of record ,which is usualy the red button & doesn'T need to even a bit of knowing about that software or program !
    Cindy !!?
    wonderS !

  30. ElenaSatine
    ElenaSatine on Mon 19th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    :)
    hi Behnam ,mister:)
    what a beautifull world !
    so she laughs nicely as it sounds ...
    oh i'm in looooooove with that Behnamian special technic when mandolin turns to draw laughter !
    ...
    you're very clever about drawing with instruments !
    i litened it 2 times and still it's not enough for me..
    (ps:Behnam i tried to write a private message for you but you haven't allowed ...i need to have your mail if possible because of my father wants to talk with player of no to child labour ...the old guitar player is in love with that track ...)
    thank you for underestanding me and confidence.
    Elena :)

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Elena many thnx for attention & the words.
    well I don't underestand your ps , buT due to greatest respects for your father I wrote my email address for U.
    many thnx for sharing that track with your father.best wishes.__Behnam

  31. topvega
    topvega on Sun 18th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Good stuff. Nice vibe and crisp production. The mandolin sounds great.

    tv

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many thnx for attention & shared idea tv.
    it's nice to know this from U & I wonder cause I didn't guess a prof driver may has such point of view about such styles of music !..
    I've not had this chance to share my idea about your tunes as a written commenT in your page , buT the piece U'd worked after that Bitter exprience -entitled : ashes to ashes-was so impressive & sensible composed based on a deep & subjective sensation.appreciations & the best wishes.___Behnam.

  32. soundhound
    soundhound on Sun 18th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    This is really nice, outstanding...Mando section top shelf all around..

    Solid piece of work...

    Peace...TG

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    TG many thnx for the attentiopn & shared commenT.
    appreciations & the best wishes.___Behnam

  33. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sun 18th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Behnam, another absolutely beautiful track. Your mandolin playing is just fine, believe me. You have nothing to worry about.

    Such a wonderful combination of musical instruments and influences, all seamlessly combined to make a wonderful few moments. I'm on my 4th listen and I think I'll just hit play a few more times before I head off to do something today.

    Thank you for sharing your gifts with us. You are the best. I hope all is well.

    Bear

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    obviously nobody hasnothing to be worry abouT sharing his/her traX with the others,I thinK !...Bear , I wonder to read your point of view in the first sentence in your replY ..!
    many thnx for sharing your kind heart & generous words.
    appreciations & the best wishes.___B

  34. theHumps
    theHumps on Sat 17th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Hey Benham, so good to see you post another track even if it is an older one. I need my fix now and then.

    Always love hearing the mandolin in any kind of music. Nice effect/transition around 1:45. The song has a bit of a somber, tranquil, lucent feel but at the same time there is an uplifting feel to the track.

    Thanks for sharing this with us, it is always a gift you present to us!

    Wayne

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    hey if U take a look to my reply to Ed I was telling him that U're needed to share your point of view about my mandolin playing Wayne ..nice to have U here ...Wayne I think I played mandolin a bit forte (extra forte in fact )and all forte...but it's good if it hasn't sound badly & your warm & valuable feedback makes me think so ....an exclusive appreciation from the best mandolin player i know for attention & feedback & as usual my best wishes.____B

  35. ArmanSadri
    ArmanSadri on Sat 17th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Taghdim be shoma:
    Avaye koli asare composer Pablo de Sarasate:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rS5wtEhIUlg

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    ow what a great gift !
    besiar arzeshmand va mesle yek khatereye khub az in sarosedaye khodam baram be yad mundani khahad bud hozur va yadegarie zibaye shoma. aghaye Sabri agarche islame aziz dardesh migire filtershekan az koja migiri youtube ro mibini agha ! the rest in mail & aghaye Sabri man dige chon ba shoma dustam az in loopermanian taarofat ro bi khial mishamo midunam shoma
    mano mifahmi ....labkhando areuhaye khubo merci dobare.___db

  36. ArmanSadri
    ArmanSadri on Sat 17th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    salam behname aziz, kheili vaghte azatan khabari nadashtam amadam inja va didam hanuz active hastid va khoshhal shodam.
    in akharin musik ra goosh dadam va be delam ajib neshast...
    Bravo dooste khubam, khoshhalam ke ensane aashegh o sheidaii mesle shoma ra mishenassam, hamishe aashegh beman behnam jan!
    doostdare shoma Sabri

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    :)
    Hi my very good persian friend & many thnx for all your kindness. ye chetorie dige inja va sepase ziad az tavajjoh va hozuret.aghaye Sabri omidvaram emaile mano ba attachement hash gerefte bashid va mesle hamishe man arezuhaye khub daram baraye shoma , baraye tah zamine madari va baraye este'dadhash...merci again ,labkhand.___B

  37. Emolyte
    Emolyte on Sat 17th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    great atmospheric take, love the melodies used in this

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    hey EYEDYE nice to hear your feedback man & i'm gratefull f your attention .take care.___Behnam

  38. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 17th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Laughter is the best medicine, as the old saying goes.! Beautiful song helping me wind down from a stressful day at work.
    Thanks\Steve

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many thnx Steve... glad if my trial has been usefull for any better sensation for U . take care.___B

  39. XmafaX
    XmafaX on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Very nice my friend.
    Great atmosphere.
    Nice work!
    your friend
    Paulo

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    thnx sir! it's nice to know your musical point of view regarding such genres & musical styles , & I'm gratefull of your attention & feedback my good friend Paulo Janela .many thnx buddy & take care.___B

  40. janis71
    janis71 on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    "Music inebriates and settles the dancer while inquiring people only see him move. They laugh at that puppet who bustles about without a reason, for they don't comprehend music". Alexandre Dumas, "Queen Margot".

    I like this quotation, and chose it to illustrate how much your music speaks to me, deary.

    'Was really moved by this track and that unique way you have to depict human feelings through the prism of music.

    Merci Behnam for this tender and evocative moment.
    Do take care,
    Kisses.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    your poetical immaginations,cathexis & mental consentration about finding very nice words & suitable quotation is always wonderfull & unforgetable as your sign in my mind my dear Carole & I appreciate U & your comprehension & explanation.
    kiss kiss & many thnx for attention,listening & the beautifull words.___B

  41. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Dear DeciBel,

    That is really really good! I especially love the drums and the mandolin.

    When I listened to the track I could hear a song unstop of it. What if you ask some of our singers to sing to it?

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    nice to know this from U buddy & many thnx for attention & shared idea ....singers ....uummm Bjark U know ? I won't allow singers even think to sing to neither of my romantic trials .
    if i's supposed to be sung , so its singer has one name & it's Diako Behnam Zandi..its selfish composer ! smile & wink + appreciations again. bests.___B

  42. Megapaul
    Megapaul on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    BB
    Brilliant Behnam

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    thnx Jurgen :). bests.___B

  43. Modnex
    Modnex on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Very emotional track you got here. I love the guitar you used in just how much memories it brought to me when I listened to this. Thank you for the journey deciBle!

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    Mandolin it is not guitar but many thnx for attention & feedback & a huge appreciation to your comprehension for underestanding my subjective journeys in memories .
    your comment is one of most beautifull comments below this trial for me & I'm gratefull .best wishes.___Behnam

  44. TCAS
    TCAS on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Nice, love the mandolin and the the breakl at 1:50...
    Nice atmosphere

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    nice to hear this from U TCAS , many thnx for attention,listening & sharing your valuable comprehension with me & us as commenT man..appreciation & best wishes.___Behnam

  45. Danke
    Danke on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    What a catchy one Behnam...that piano melody is when she was laughing?...
    The mandolin is the peak of the song surely...this is short but essential...nice and dreamy...feelgood journey in your lost but hopeful world?

    Was a great experience and a musical 'surrealismo'

    Greet you budy, hope all is well...

    Danke

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    nice to hear from U man ..but haha man wonder to see U've taken piano as laughing explanation !
    and I also wonder to know my world is lost !!(how?where?when?) as U've informed me in your sentence...!
    but anyway many thnx for sharing your surreal comprehension with me & us about this expressionistic trial of mine ..hope everything goes fine with U too my cool friend___B

  46. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Behnam...I am having a great day here this Saturday...what a wonderful happy sounding music composition...strings and piano are great company for one another and you have taken a very controlled, subtle approach to the melody parts (is that a mandolin you are using?)...this is a fav for me Behnam...thank you...she stopped laughing very suddenly at the end.....well done my friend.....Ed

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    many thnx Ed for attention & such a warm feedback .
    yes that was the first & last time I was playing mandolin in a trial & i think I've played it a bit extra forte (Wayne is needed to share his idea about my mandolin playing) .and haha cool explanation U've mentioned I've designed that mandolin as her laughing symbole & that saddenly stop is due to as the name shows I'm reminding & reviewing in my mind the way she laughs & when she was laughing the world was stopping for me for a while ( smile !)..& also that was the way to back to main theme's tonality after imperceptible altration which happens by bent notes of mandolin to paint laughing ...master i should have an exclussive appreciation from U about this one cause your warm feedback in acidplanet about this made me to think this is suitable for upload here in my only active page in internet . many many thnx & all the bests.___B

  47. StrikingDaggers
    StrikingDaggers on Fri 16th May 2014 - 7 years ago

    Cool track deciBel! I really like the atmosphere this creates. The guitar was a real nice touch. It for sure has a cinematic vibe to it. The mix sounds pretty good too. Nice work.

    deciBel
    Reply by deciBel

    nice to hear from U Shanter , and many thnx for attention & listening & usefull comment , particullary i had some doubts if i should categorize it as cinematic or noT ,now your feedback makes me think it's in right category . also this was the first time I was playing mandolin (not guitar is that)in a track & i'm glad if it sounds good & my first & last mandolin
    playing worx ...appreciation again + best wishes.___Behnam

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