Description : This is a song about standing up for what you love! Keep growing! All parts were composed and/or played by me, including guitar. All lyrics and vocal recordings are Spivkurl.

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  1. Diskonnect
    Diskonnect on Mon 13th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Nice trippy, squelchy, synthy intro, I think I would be much more inclined to listen to this rather than 'Easy for Me' whilst tripping, so the psychedelic genre is very fitting ;)

    Solid bouncy groove in this, with your trademark vocals. I always comment on your mixes even though there's no need as they are always spot on!

    I can't really remember listening to any of your tracks with you playing guitar... but its a nice background addition, adds atmosphere and would like to hear more!

    Good job once again mate!

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello again my friend! I agree that this is far more in the psychedelic genre than my other recent track. I was thinking of Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, and The Cure mainly, but it seems that New Order was an incidental inclusion. I have been working on my focus when recording vocals lately, so that I can induce far less edits, no matter what the reason. It seems to be working, as my latest tracks have little edit work on the vocal parts. Regarding the guitar - people often do not notice my guitar parts, and mistake them for more synth or virtual work. Guitar is one of my earliest instruments... with the first picture of me with a guitar being around 3 years old. I love the instrument. I love any instrument really. Even though I am retired with disability, my work in the community is taking me away from my music, but success in this will ensure the future of everyone, including myself. Thank you for the listen and comment!

  2. MGproduct
    MGproduct on Thu 9th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Wow ... Its Really good

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you for listening to my song, and leaving a comment!

  3. Philemonster1
    Philemonster1 on Thu 9th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Daaaaaym at 40 SECS it was LIT! i always trust your production bro-#Respek

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey bud! That's a really cool comment, and I appreciate it! Trust is all we've got between people, and I return the #Respek!

  4. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 8th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    You have a way with the words Spiv..and the way you deliver them is right on with the musical vibe...I think I catch little glimpses of some of my early recollections of synth tunes (my wife used to play it really loud in the car)...as always it is really well done..it is unique (and I`m sure I have said that several times before) and that in itself is an unusual achievement today...perhaps you are the only one-of-a-kind on a planet that the species went extinct on...Cheers...Ed

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Ed, you are far too kind! It was an important song for me to complete, and as is often the case, songs like that are difficult for me to share with anyone. Sometimes I wonder about being one of a kind, and all I need to do is think of my wife... we share too many feelings and ideas for that to be true. In reading about clovers, white clovers specifically, I learned that the world record for most leaflets on a clover is 86. I think that my upbringing regarding the rarity of a simple four leaf clover was simply overstated. Hopefully this is true, otherwise something odd is going on in our backyard the last few years! Thank you for your listen, and the discussion! Have a great day!

  5. phatkatz4
    phatkatz4 on Tue 7th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    One thing I love about your music is that it's completely unique! Immediately it's obvious who the artist is. Nothing to add, just keep doing your thing.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    That is quite a compliment! Thank you for that! In all honesty, a lot of the songs that I make, I can't help but hear strong correlations with a lot of the music which I've been listening to for a long time. This leads me to the conclusion that very few people on Looperman listen to the sort of thing which I like. If this weren't the case, they would probably be mentioning those musicians, instead of mentioning ones who I am only vaguely familiar with when making comparisons. I guess I should take advantage of this, instead of worrying that I'll be accused of ripping of my favorite artists! Thank you for always showing up to the party!

  6. Metabolic
    Metabolic on Tue 7th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    There's always a feeling of child-like innocence to your music.. This is a good thing mind.. Very creative as usual.. It's weird as hell, you keep doing your thing, it's a pleasure to listen, thank you :)

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you Metabolic for the kind words. I suppose the "innocence" you speak of is probably related to the aspect of the song which delves all the way back to 1994's experiences. Can't do much other than my thing... definitely not going to do other people's things...heh! Thanks again!

  7. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 4th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Hey Spiv
    This is another cool work from your hands.
    I really enjoyed the listen and i have to say that you get really good with your vocal work.
    The music is over the top creative and so special that i have to say - respect
    The refrain is excellent and the over all feeling is great stuff.
    Really well done my friend

    stay tuned
    joe

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Joecramer, your respect is appreciated, as well as returned in kind! You know you have influenced me since you started visiting Looperman with your songs and your unique vocal work! I have been working really hard on vocal recordings lately, more that anything else. Been trying my best to be at least close to in key, as well as to not need any editing for time after the recording is done. I've also been trying to get used to recording vocals without a blood alcohol level... which I actually was able to do in the more recent song, for the first time in a couple years, from what I remember. Thank you so much for always being there with your words and support!

  8. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Sat 4th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Another very creative creation bro.I always find myself picking thru the sounds...good work

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    "Creative creation!" I like that, it's funny... makes me wonder what a "non-creative creation" would be like... hmmmm... ha ha. By "picking thru the sounds" I assume you mean that there is a lot going on in the mix, and you hear different things at different times. I like to make a mix that can shift along with the mind-state or mood of the person listening. Like a mood ring or something. Thank you very much for listening and leaving your words!

  9. 2D2R
    2D2R on Sat 4th Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Nice 8-bit-ish tune with some cute little finky wobbles in the intro till the rest of the track! Your vocals fit so well and the style and format used is so clean and really attractive. Really cool and unique sounds that I usually not hear!

    You never fail to suprise the whole community, cheers!

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey 2D2R, thank you for leaving your kind comment! It's good to have you listening to my stuff lately! Much appreciated!

  10. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Wed 1st Jun 2016 - 2 years ago

    Excellent work again Pat ! Expected creativity shines again and this is trippy, catchy and a bit off the wall at the same time. The vocals play very important role here and I think they never sat so incredibly comfortable in the mix
    before than this time around! Definitely a fave !:)

    Compliments_____Orlando

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey there Orlando! Your comment is much appreciated on this song! It seems that this sort of thing is a bit less "well received" when compared to many of the songs I release. Multi-faceted love is probably a difficult feeling to identify with. I can always count on you to listen to my songs, and support where I'm headed! Thank you so much for the fave as well! Have a great day!

  11. mezcel
    mezcel on Tue 31st May 2016 - 2 years ago

    Fun beat and melody. The singing style is very Indie. I like it. It is creative.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you for the kind comment, and for listening to my stuff! It's funny, I hear that word "indie" thrown around a lot. I remember a time when that only meant that you were signed to an independent record label. Now it seems to have become a genre. With that in mind, I'm not sure how to reference the singing style comment. I do however take it as a compliment, as I have enjoyed many independent musicians work over the years. I like this song too, and I think it is also quite unpopular compared to anything I've done recently... must be doing something right, eh? Thank you so much!

  12. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 30th May 2016 - 2 years ago

    Trippy, early U-Vox!(John Fox) style of singing. and all around catchy. Good stuff.
    I wanted to share a new music discovery with you. This Duo from Norwich UK is very interesting.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZ3tmmkr3sg
    I thought you might like to hear/see them.
    Steve

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Heh, here you are with another ultravox comparison, which is great because you seem to like their style! I've never been able to completely hear the connection, but who knows maybe hearing it when you mention it has influenced me more than I realize? Listening to the song you linked to at the moment. While I really enjoy the vocal recordings, I am not very fond of the music. I think there is a big difference between "simple" and "minimal," and besides the vocals it sounded very simple. I appreciate you bringing new music to my attention, at least I will know who they are if it comes up later on. Ha ha! Thank you for listening and commenting!

  13. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Mon 30th May 2016 - 2 years ago

    And also, is that autotune you used on your voice at 2:26? I think that really adds a cool machine-like effect, so the vocal blends with the other instruments. Great stuff.

    Brado

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Yes, you are correct, Autotune was used just for that short interluse as an effect, along with several other aesthetic effects. I just wanted the tune to carry away with the mix at the moment and the autotune fed to the delays and stuff worked well for that. Thank you my friend!

  14. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Mon 30th May 2016 - 2 years ago

    I am never disappointed when I click play on your music. It's so different, almost quirky, and yet works so perfectly. I like your little vocal humming additions, they really add an entire new element to the song. I particularly like the rawness of your voice, this is a genre all it's own haha.

    Great work, as always, my dear Spiv!

    Brado

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey Brado, thank you for taking a listen to this one! I'm getting the impression that it is far less acceptable to people than my usual track, and I take that as a good sign... a sign that I am breaking through barriers put up by things such as genre, "professionality," and machismo. The words meant a lot to me, and I wish I could have sang them better, but at the same time the words were especially relevant when the main takes were recorded, so it conveys the feelings well. The additional vocals were basically outtakes from attempts to do better, and yet they did add a lot. The vocals are actually not very raw overall, just audible. This is the first use of the new four channel gate/expander rack piece I picked up recently, and my first use of the Kustom dynamic microphone in quite some time. I suppose it could be considered a new or different genre, but it is securely influenced by early psychedelic rock such as Jefferson Airplane and The Doors, as well as some new wave stuff like New Order. In face the riff that shows up a couple times in the second half seems almost stolen from New Order, which was totally unintentional, and I didn't realize it until later. Totally appreciate you stopping by!

  15. topvega
    topvega on Mon 30th May 2016 - 2 years ago

    Well, first thing I did before listening I took a good rip off the bong since this is in the Psychedelic genre. The Riff grows on you as you listen. Vocals add to the overall Trippy Vibe going on. Definitely unique and interesting.

    tv

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey man! Good to hear from you every now and then! I think you probably did the right thing with the bong... you know "grain of salt" and all. My roots are really in psychedelic genres, and more specifically Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, Depeche Mode, and the like. I know... that last one doesn't fit, but it works for my ears. The second half of the song is definitely more important riff-wise, as I think I really captured the New Order vibe in places, and on accident no less. I haven't used a dynamic microphone for a while, but I think that the tone really suited the song... plus it was easy since I already had it hooked to the noise gate for testing. Thank you very much for taking a listen to this! Have a great day!

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Found you in south
In an awesome roundabout
Kept you in my pocket
For a rainy day of doubt

Saw you in the ground
When you were bustin out
Picked you like a socket
I's about to have a bout

Stay with me luck
You're a
four leaf lover
When you're discovered
I'll rub you all over
Stay with me Love
You're my
reason to suffer
When we're recorvered
I'll stun you my lover

Route to hear the sound
Of a lonely blood hound
Sure it's gonna blossom
And invade this town

Stay with me
Invade with me

Stay with me luck
You're my
Four leaf lover
When I see you suffer
I'll stand like no other
Stay with me Love
You're my
reason to suffer
When we're recovered
I'll run to you lover

Stay with me luck
You're my
four leaf lover
Stray with me Love
You're my
Leaves in summer
Stay with me luck
You're my
only buffer
Stay with me Love
You're my
four leaf lover

 


 

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