Tags : | Blues | 6.24 MB

Description : When somethings good, very good..and starts going wrong and gets far worse than you ever imagined.Then you got some idea behind the inspiration to this jam. 2 electric guitars, ends up with a very sad chord progression going quieter. If you're in a good mood then perhaps you ought not to listen to this....I gave articulation to my emotions in this track and was going to call it "left in sadness".....so into blues it must go.

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  1. HaruTune
    HaruTune on Mon 24th Jan 2011 - 9 years ago

    This track is excellent...
    Faved for sure.

    Do you agree if I will sample some parts of this song for a beat?(something like a remix)

    I'm not sure if I'll do one.
    But It'll be considered as a collaboration.



    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks Haro for the listen and review. by all means work your expertise on this or any of my tracks. Appreciate you asking...

  2. JoneIsArt
    JoneIsArt on Wed 13th Jan 2010 - 10 years ago

    I Enjoyed every strum lol My favorite was around the 3 minute mark or so..thats when I started to grasp the cold case of the blues.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for the listen and review. I'm glad this track infected you with the blues.....

  3. n0mad23
    n0mad23 on Thu 5th Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    I've heard Anomaly's version of this on several occassions now, and I'm really enjoying hearing it in its original context. And you're right - in terms of the emotional pull of the sounds here, this is truly The Blues. Nice one.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Appreciate your taking the time for the listen and review. Blues was the intention with this track and I'm glad its coming across.

  4. dreaming
    dreaming on Wed 4th Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    Nice song. A really listenable ride. "I need a good multi-input to USB if there is such a thing, or maybe some kind of multi-input soundcard..." I've had that same problem with recording my guitar, and I've found a mixer, with pre-amps, effects and USB output- the Alesis Multimix 8. its reasonably priced, and gets good reviews. hoping that will fix my recording probs...

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for the listen, review and the good advice. I will be checking out that Alesis gear, I once used some in a recording studio many moons ago (90's) and was very impressed then so I reckon the've improved even more

  5. BrownJenkins
    BrownJenkins on Tue 3rd Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    Great track again Daniel,such a soulful guitar playing!Love the different emotions in your music.
    French Kid

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for the review and taking time out for a listen. If you fancy a collab then let me know if you got any ideas?

  6. dliwehtfollac
    dliwehtfollac on Sat 18th Jul 2009 - 11 years ago

    i like it....u really capture and weave the mood of the listener...which is what its all about....like a journey of sound...well done

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    your comments are greatly appreciated. thats what I have tried to achieve and I like your "journey of sound" comment. that could even be a title for a CD...

    MEDICALMARIJUANA on Thu 16th Jul 2009 - 11 years ago

    I enjoyed this track, sounds ..... pro like. Background noise glitches In focus and in tune. Cheers

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks for listening and reviewing this track. My noise-input glitches are a bit of a nightmare at the moment, I need a good multi-input to USB if there is such a thing, or maybe some kind of multi-input soundcard...

  8. d2d
    d2d on Mon 6th Jul 2009 - 11 years ago

    Nice to bump into a fellow guitarist here.
    The middle section reminds me of Santana. you have a nice guitar tone on this one with tasty leads.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks for listening and reviewing. I was tweaking the tone of the lead guitar part as I played it, I think I got it right towards the end

  9. AnomalyJ
    AnomalyJ on Sun 5th Jul 2009 - 11 years ago

    Daniel, I honestly think your music just talks to my soul, blues and rock, you know i think that's where my heartsong it. Somewhere in the mist of madness and beauty i find myself.
    I love this tune, it's just perfect. great job.
    Anomaly Jonez.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    ..on the same wavelength... thanks for listening and reviewing

  10. CalifKen
    CalifKen on Sun 5th Jul 2009 - 11 years ago

    Funny description - but really nice guitar playing tho.

    Reply by DanielGtrman

    yep.. I couldn't explain it that well. but thanks for giving this track a listen and review

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