Tags : | Folk | 3.08 MB

Description : I get wayy too busy and It's nice to sit and play guitar and come up with an instant tune which is what I did here. Sounds a bit frenetic in places but then so do I...

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  1. ChuckBaileyBand
    ChuckBaileyBand on Fri 5th Nov 2010 - 9 years ago

    Are you kidding me with this!! This is just .... so moving,its so contemplative. you are using all the chords in this that I skip over in the guitar books!!!!! Im so impressed to cyberknow you!!! Seriously, so impressive.

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks again Chris for your kind review. Seriously this one was "off the top" and unrehearsed.

  2. alividlife
    alividlife on Sun 24th Oct 2010 - 9 years ago

    Beautiful!
    I am faving this and downloading.
    It's strange, I have been particularly liking extremes in my musical taste lately.. it's either insane death metal or drum and bass, OR, beautiful acoustic ambient pieces.

    I loved the off note you threw in there, and the harmonics were beautiful
    well done!

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks aqgain for yet another review. More often than not, my "off" notes are unintentional bujt I leave them in there. A bit like the imperfection bit thrown into chinese art, but I like what Cyrus said once about one of my off notes, she siad its a "blues" note so I'm sticking with that...Thanks again.

  3. Blazingtear
    Blazingtear on Wed 20th Oct 2010 - 9 years ago

    wonderfull sound it takes me to a high level of warm feelings.
    your great i love to hear u playing

    greez blaze

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks blaze for giving my track a listen and review, appreciated.

  4. AllenV
    AllenV on Sat 28th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    Daniel,wonderful...you make this sound easy and I know it's not,or should I say not for me..lol.Everything about it is beautiful.This has all the right stuff and I love the chord progressions,they reach that sweet spot in the soul.
    I hope you have it to download so I don't have to rip a crap quality version of it..lol
    Very good!
    Allen

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks AllenV for yet another review. It's assigned as a download here as an MP3 but if you want the much larger wav.file I can upload to a site known as "sendspace" then send you the link and you download direct from there. let me know if thats a go?

  5. Gordw
    Gordw on Sat 28th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    Very nice Daniel, your a very talented man. I could listen to you play for hours and hours. Beautiful.
    Gord

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks GordW for your appreciated review. If I ever start a fan club then I'll ask you to join it...not really, but thanks for reviewing one of nmy tracks once again.

  6. adamms
    adamms on Wed 25th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    nice track it flows very well together thru the whole song

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks Adam76 for your valued review

  7. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 25th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    A beautiful track, a walk in the country on a beautiful summer day. Wonderful playing as usual and a real nice recording. Always a pleasure!

    Wayne

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks Wayne for yet another review.

  8. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Wed 25th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    Nice track Daniel, has a very nice melody and very good sound quality as well. Going to fav this, very nice to listen to, thanks for sharing.

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    thanks again for yet another review. Appreciated

  9. MStokes
    MStokes on Wed 25th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    quite a slice of life, Daniel - urgent, concerned, serene

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    If anyone could encapsulate my playing style in three words then you definately got it man ! urgent, concerned, serene.(just need more of the last one) thanks again for your appreciated review.

  10. Vicen
    Vicen on Wed 25th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    Beautiful melody. A lot of butterflies in a field full of flowers. Really inspiring and touching.

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    Thanks Vicen for your review. I can see what you mean, in fact it's been a longgg time since I went for a walk past that field...

  11. DextDee
    DextDee on Wed 25th Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    this is a perfect beat for me to comment on it so here goes.
    u talking about busy, anytime i hear ur track, i want to colab on them by remixing them into hip hop beats, but then i get to busy that i know when i start, i may not finish it in like for ever. this one is so beautiful. and yes u guessed right, want to remix this, but hmm... thinking of my busy life.
    please do not hold ur breath. as soon as i have something out i would tell u. i like the acoustic atmosphere on this one.
    total respect.
    please pass me the tempo details on this track. i do not need the keys. i like having fun finding the keys and playing with them.

    DextDee

    DanielGtrman
    Reply by DanielGtrman

    I see you have turned green Mr.DextDee. Busy man. thanks for your review of my track, unfortunately I do not have any BPM as I did it straight off the top, no beat or metronome whatsoever, but do feel free to work your magic/add beats as you wish. I'm curious to hear what you come up with, assuming you get enough time.

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