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2018/04/07 23:06:53 (permalink)

Divine Intervention

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    eph221
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/08 00:52:16 (permalink)
    Phenomenal voice and guitar playing.  Song's even great.  All around, great.

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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/08 01:16:42 (permalink)
    Thank you eph! I appreciate the compliments. I'm kinda self conscious of my voice, so I'm glad it sounds okay. Thanks for listening!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/08 14:00:47 (permalink)
    Nice mix Bob.

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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/09 01:16:44 (permalink)
    Hey Wookiee! Thanks for listening bro!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/09 02:39:59 (permalink)
    Leadfoot
    Definitely not what I listen to anymore, but I thought this was very good. Your voice reminds me a bit of Ozzie here and there.
    That interlude around 3:40 seemed like it needed something more, don't know what tho. Not sure if you needed a different vocal fx around 4:20.
    The guitar playing is outstanding as is the overall production.






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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/09 16:41:40 (permalink)
    Wow, just had a flashback to my youth with this track - a good flashback. Nice bit of rocking and shredding going on throughout this track. The little interlude was really well conceived and I enjoyed the listen.

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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/09 18:55:41 (permalink)
    Leadfoot,
     
    Good song and performance.   Many of us (general world population) have good reason to be self-conscious about our voices/singing.   You don't need to worry about how your voice sounds, it translates really well.
     
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/09 23:03:20 (permalink)
    Threw me all the way back to the late 70's. There were a rash of bands at the time that were doing stuff like this:


    • Triumph
    • Legs Diamond
    • Moxy
    • Judas Priest
    • and plenty more
     
    This is really well done and well put together. My only crit would be that I'd like to hear the rhythm guitars in the first couple of verses go silent here and there, or get pushed back a bit so the vocal wouldn't need as much energy until the chorus. Other than that, this is really good!

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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/10 08:07:00 (permalink)
    Hey, Bob,
     
    Wow!  This is pure dynamite, brother, a killer progressive metal rocker with a punchy vintage sound, great writing, excellent playing and tone, and outstanding vocals!
     
    I'm on my second listen.  The mix sounds really clean and full sounding, and the "cocked wah" solos were really cool.
     
    Super stuff, two thumbs up Bob, keep 'em coming!
     
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/10 12:38:13 (permalink)
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    Leadfoot
    Definitely not what I listen to anymore, but I thought this was very good. Your voice reminds me a bit of Ozzie here and there.
    That interlude around 3:40 seemed like it needed something more, don't know what tho. Not sure if you needed a different vocal fx around 4:20.
    The guitar playing is outstanding as is the overall production.


    Yeah, that Ozzy thing is kind of a curse. I've been told that for a long time. Oh well, it is what it is... You could be right about the interlude. It does seem to be a little long. I appreciate the compliments too. Thank you for listening!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/11 09:55:28 (permalink)
    biodiode
    Wow, just had a flashback to my youth with this track - a good flashback. Nice bit of rocking and shredding going on throughout this track. The little interlude was really well conceived and I enjoyed the listen.

    Thank you for listening and the compliments, Biodiode! Glad you liked it!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/12 12:15:12 (permalink)
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    Leadfoot,
     
    Good song and performance.   Many of us (general world population) have good reason to be self-conscious about our voices/singing.   You don't need to worry about how your voice sounds, it translates really well.
     
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    Get thanks man, I appreciate it! I'm still self conscious though! Thanks for the kind words and for listening!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/12 12:19:26 (permalink)
    dcumpian
    Threw me all the way back to the late 70's. There were a rash of bands at the time that were doing stuff like this:

    • Triumph
    • Legs Diamond
    • Moxy
    • Judas Priest
    • and plenty more
     
    This is really well done and well put together. My only crit would be that I'd like to hear the rhythm guitars in the first couple of verses go silent here and there, or get pushed back a bit so the vocal wouldn't need as much energy until the chorus. Other than that, this is really good!

    Regards,
    Dan

    Thanks Dan! I hadn't thought about dropping the guitars out during the verses. That's a good idea. I might have to play around with that! Thanks for listening man! Glad you liked it!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/12 13:59:22 (permalink)
    You have a real good voice and great chops. I like how there is a lot of contrast between the parts. Both high energy parts and calm parts

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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/12 21:06:43 (permalink)
    This is Major League all the way.  You've got the right stuff!

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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/13 20:41:53 (permalink)
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    Hey, Bob,
     
    Wow!  This is pure dynamite, brother, a killer progressive metal rocker with a punchy vintage sound, great writing, excellent playing and tone, and outstanding vocals!
     
    I'm on my second listen.  The mix sounds really clean and full sounding, and the "cocked wah" solos were really cool.
     
    Super stuff, two thumbs up Bob, keep 'em coming!
     
    Have a good one!
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    Hey Bob,
    Thank you bro! I appreciate all the kind comments! I appreciate you listening to it. I like your stuff as well!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/15 00:25:08 (permalink)
    kakku
    You have a real good voice and great chops. I like how there is a lot of contrast between the parts. Both high energy parts and calm parts

    Thank you kakku! I appreciate you listenin!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/15 08:18:25 (permalink)
    Cool! Well done classic style heavy rock metal music. Sounds great.


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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/15 09:17:51 (permalink)
    Godda say I liked it ... not so much the break as Bjorn has said, but spot on with the style & great work. Sounds like you enjoyed it
     
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/15 18:45:58 (permalink)
    Lynn
    This is Major League all the way.  You've got the right stuff!

    Glad you liked it!
    Thanks for listening, Lynn!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/15 19:03:32 (permalink)
    Very cool song, performances and mix. Also reminded me of Ozzy.
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/16 13:03:01 (permalink)
    Makke
    Cool! Well done classic style heavy rock metal music. Sounds great.

    Thanks Makke! Glad you liked it! I appreciate you listening!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/16 14:19:46 (permalink)
    I double post here, put my first response on BL site ... anyways ...
     
    A good song, very nice vocals and lyrics. On the critical side, it sounds a bit flat ... miss a bit more "punch" in the Bass/Drum department [EDIT : Forget that, my sound system was messed up :) There's plenty punch !] ... maybe a bit long on the song length side ... just my 2 cents. [Edit]
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/17 12:10:03 (permalink)
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    Godda say I liked it ... not so much the break as Bjorn has said, but spot on with the style & great work. Sounds like you enjoyed it
     
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/18 12:23:02 (permalink)
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    Very cool song, performances and mix. Also reminded me of Ozzy.

    Thanks Daryl! I appreciate you listening!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/19 11:34:07 (permalink)
    iRelevant
    I double post here, put my first response on BL site ... anyways ...
     
    A good song, very nice vocals and lyrics. On the critical side, it sounds a bit flat ... miss a bit more "punch" in the Bass/Drum department [EDIT : Forget that, my sound system was messed up :) There's plenty punch !] ... maybe a bit long on the song length side ... just my 2 cents. [Edit]

    Thanks iRelevant! I appreciate you coming back to edit your post also! You're right, it is a little long. I guess I got on a roll and couldn't stop. Thanks for listening and taking the time to comment!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/19 21:14:03 (permalink)
    Wow! Great song. Terrific guitar solo.
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/04/21 03:29:23 (permalink)
    Thanks Wayfarer! Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for listening man!
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    Re: Divine Intervention 2018/05/03 18:57:33 (permalink)
    I really enjoyed that...   A flat-out rocker with a sweet solo, followed up with a nice breather, and right back in - love the solo over the fade-out and the short Tom Sawyer synth coming back to close things out.   You may be self-conscious about your voice, but I thought it was perfect for this song.

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