Description : I wanted to do something different like i do normaly. And I think that I was successful.
A -drum n chill folk song-. A kind of hippie music in colorful garb of the modern era.
At the end of the track there is a bonus.
Something in the way of bonfire music.
Only minor2go with guitar and I sing all alone at ......................................................................................................
feat - minor2go on guitar - EpicRecord on drums - thegibZy on drums -

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  1. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Fri 7th Aug 2015 - 8 years ago

    hello Joe:) this is really a beautiful one. it reminded me of some songs from an old LP and I think this is really a folk genre.
    I think the arrangement is too, let us say modern, especially the drums are too busy. At least to me. I liked the bonus one better and the simplicity of it.
    Best to you, Alex

    Reply by joecramer

    I realy tryed to do something diffrent then normal. And i believe i done it well :) - easy, free, happy, wide, posetiv .... and i love this drums. I think it gives this folk dynanic a real new, modern and fresh note. But for all the others is this bonus song :) old school bonfire music

    Thanks Alex for your nice comment

    Stay tuned

  2. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Fri 7th Aug 2015 - 8 years ago

    i like your voice, Joe. did you hear what I did with "du bist alles . . . "? Anyway, I love a nice relaxed son like this. nice work. All the best.

    Reply by joecramer

    Thanks for your kind words Dan.
    Yeah i heard what you did and i like it :) (i bet you already seen the comment)

    Nice to know that you could enjoy this little song.

    All the best

    stay tuned

  3. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 25th Jul 2015 - 8 years ago

    Very comforting song in it's idealism... I think you've expressed yourself very effectively here. Your vocals sound very vintage in a good way. I don't care about genres too much, but if this is folk, it is probably a new kind of folk. The second version is an interesting change for sure. I think it's a lot more folk (and possible better) without the pads and drums... but that is just me. I like all of this offering, faved!

    Reply by joecramer

    thanks for the kind words Spivkurl

    I am delighted that you have written on these two songs a comment here. Cause you're the real reason why I did these two versions

    as you have probably noticed, these are about the same text as the one I've used for cooperation with Phatkatz.
    you wrote a commentary on it and I answered that it is actually the text of a positive song and that I will maybe even make a different version
    and as I had found the guitar, everything was clear.
    that fits

    as seen, there are now three versions and I think all good
    and this is very rarely the case. mostly disappear from the scene two. there remains only one. Here it's different.

    First, I had posted the track under drum and bass but that's also funny. but the bonus song was clearly folk.
    therefore it's okay

    I had two voices for the second version
    and that sounded almost like Simon and Garfunkel LOL

    thanks for the time that you take and thanks for the fav

    stay tuned

  4. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 10th Jul 2015 - 8 years ago

    Pleasant tune you made there my friend. I like the softness of it. our voice treatments are very seventies sounding (folk groups) which is perfect. I like the synth melody after the verses. Nice structuring. I would pull it out of Drum and bass and put it in folk music. yes the drums are a little D&B like but the overall feel of the song belongs in folk.
    Good job

    Reply by joecramer

    Hello Crucethus

    Thanks for your listen and your comment.

    I had the same in my mind - folk - thats why i wrote "Drum and Chill Folk" but i believed that the first comment would be a - this isnt folk, it has a d&b drumset - :)

    "our voice treatments are very seventies sounding"
    this is realy cool, cause you know that i am normaly more a 80s child.

    Nice to know that you like the song and this little synth melody.

    stay tuned

  5. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 8 years ago

    Sweet, sweet're the man of musicality with soulfulness! I think you produce songs which firstly touch yourself and then the others...your feeling is incredible and there is an unexplicable magic so forcefully displayed in this song! One thing I don't want to forget to mention is that the vocal-like synth which comes in at 0:59 reminds me on
    Aphrodite's Child song "Rain And Tears" but i believe that the similarity in tone is coincidental (already happend to me when I was making "Pax Europea" and then extended it into a tribute which was by no means in the original plan for the song)and I really love it!:) One thing you won't believe...I think I even prefer the bonus part...such calmness and purity of the message! Another great work from you my friend!:)

    Compliments and respect___Orlando

    Reply by joecramer

    Hello Orland.

    What a nice and gentle comment my friend. Makes me a bit getting red :) but sure also realy happy

    I listen to the "Rain and Tears" song on youtube.
    Found there a real cool old version. If not have already you must watch it.
    Aphrodite's Child Rain And Tears Video & Audio Restored
    But i dont think that there is something similar in the synth line and there song. But the song is realy great :)

    I can real understand that you prefer this pure bonus version. In a way is it the version i would love to hear, when i walk down maybe a beach and some people i dont know sit there and one of them play on a guitar and another starts singing ....... that would be cool, cause that means that this song had sucsess :) ... no :) just a joke - that would be cool cause it is the spirit of this song in a way.

    I realy enjoyed your words.

    stay tuned

  6. Darklighter
    Darklighter on Wed 8th Jul 2015 - 8 years ago

    sounds great!
    I like what you did with the vocals

    Reply by joecramer

    Hello Darklighter

    Nice to know that you think that the sound is good
    Always cool to hear that someone likes my vocal "work"

    Thanks for your words

    stay tuned

  7. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Wed 8th Jul 2015 - 8 years ago

    Hello Joe,
    This track brilliant, creatively laid out.
    Your voice is great, who did the pad?
    It is heavenly.
    Its great job..favs it goes.

    Reply by joecramer

    Thanks jamid for your gentle words and the fav

    The -pad- is a mixdown from 2 synths i played.

    Realy nice to know that you enjoyed the listen

    stay tune

  8. silverman
    silverman on Tue 7th Jul 2015 - 8 years ago

    Oh man I absolutely love this!
    I've never got a bloody clue what your singing about Joe but it never seems to matter.
    I love your voice.
    It has a magical quality.
    I love this track from start to finish and straight in the faves.

    Reply by joecramer

    Since I'm on looperman, my musical range has greatly expanded.
    But which is not surprising. Therefor looperman stands, right?

    But as light and fluffy as it sounds, it was not the produce.
    I do not know why but the notes of the melody to make me precisely is extremely difficult.
    Therefore, I am pleased, of course, much that you like the result.
    and that you like it so well that it has become a fav, is amazing.
    I thank you, very much Mr. Silverman for your kind word

    stay tuned

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