Tags : | Country | 4.74 MB | Has Lyrics

Description : This is the best backing track I could come up with for my Country (?) lyrics. It has taken 4 years (off & on)to come up with a finished tune. I tried to get someone else to sing it to no avail, so I did it. I misplaced the audio file s I don't know if any Looperman folks loops are in it.

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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 17th Jan 2016 - 3 years ago

    This is a very signature song from you, as far as my ears hear it. The panning guitar parts are definitely part of that signature. Fun and groovy throughout! Definitely more influenced by old style country, and not this modern pop junk they try to sell on the radio. Makes me happy to hear your stuff again!

    vigwig
    Reply by vigwig

    Thanks, man. I tried many ways to make this work. Appreciate you listening and commenting.

  2. theHumps
    theHumps on Sat 19th Sep 2015 - 3 years ago

    I am so glad you started doing your own lyrics, they fit the music and the song just shouts vigwig! The words are great, fun and totally you. "Get the kids out of the line of fire", sad comment on life but a great line nonetheless.

    I am going to dl this and fav, this one is right up there with your Camel song from a few years ago!!

    Cheers Vic!

    Wayne

    vigwig
    Reply by vigwig

    Sorry I am so late to see your comment, Wayne. Yeah,m I've been kind of stuck in the blues genre these days. This one is old but it is newly posted. I tried to get someone to sing it but couldn't. I have a track that is a collaboration with Joe Funktastic that I tinkered with a few years ago and never posted it.Thanks for listening and for the comments. Vic

  3. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 17th Sep 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hey Vic...unfortunately no vocals coming from this old guy...I would smoke a ton of cigars & drink a shit load of whiskey if I thought it would help me sing like one of those ol blues guys...but I would just end up in the morgue....Best country folk vocalist I know of on the site goes by the handle ImproveWithError...did a collab with him a year or 2 ago...but doing your own thing sounds fine to me...Ed

    vigwig
    Reply by vigwig

    It is our loss not hearing you vocalize. You should try it at home and find your comfort zone. Record yourself and listen to the replay. You can just throw awauy the bad stuff and try again. Vic

  4. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 8th Sep 2015 - 4 years ago

    Good for you vigwig...I have never been brave enough to try doing a vocal myself (for which the listening public should be grateful)...some nice traditional elements in there (guitars)...has a wee touch of that old & a bit of the new...keep doing it man...we could use a bit more country around here....its an honest genre thats great for those story songs...Ed

    vigwig
    Reply by vigwig

    Thanks for the listen and kind words. Do you have a breathy, raspy voice or can you massage it into one? With a moniker like Tumbleweed, I'd listen. Maybe no Crystal Gayle but at least a Don Williams or Tom T Hall. I got a stylized country-ishsong "My Baby's Got No Juice" which is pretty good. Not much on lyrics but loaded with signature country elements.
    Vic

  5. jamid
    jamid on Tue 8th Sep 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hello Vic.
    I do like this track, the word are great.
    Well done
    Jamid

    vigwig
    Reply by vigwig

    Thanks, bud. What's your country of origin? Just curious. Appreciate the comment re the lyrics. Vic

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She’s Nachos
By vigwig (6-19-11)

Don’t stand there grinning at me
This ain’t how it’s gonna be
The two of us and the judge
Will sort out this cluster fudge

Her heart may not be mine
But she’s nachos

You got her when she was down
All I did was turn around
Before you load the washer and dryer
Get the kids out of the line of fire

She thinks that she’s not mine
But she’s nachos

That ain’t all her truck you know
Git outa there, you gotta go
Leave that washer n dryer alone
You’re like a dog after a bone

She thinks that she’s not mine
But she’s nachos

She took dough and didn’t say
I closed all our accounts today
We talk through lawyers now
Our dreams were lost somehow

She thinks that she’s not mine
But she’s nachos

Living it up with your mai tai’s
She only gets half you know
I’ll handle it if a kid cries
It hurts to see their mama go

She thinks that she’s not mine
But she’s nachos

 


 

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