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Taberah


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jeidse

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A song I wrote after returning from Turkey to Winnipeg's frozen prairie. Trying to inject some middle eastern fire into my cold life.
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Comments: 8
Fans: 0
Plays: 70
Downloads: 73
Votes: 3
Uploaded: Sep 06, 2006 - 10:27:54 PM
Last Updated: Sep 06, 2006 - 10:27:54 PM Last Played: Jan 17, 2017 - 03:05:39 PM
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said 4118 days ago (September 7th, 2006)
Welcome
Great song, nice rhythm....Like it.
Very nice... keep 'em coming

Skean
MissChaos said 4118 days ago (September 7th, 2006)
very unique!
I love the flare in this song. Either you have lighting fast fingers, or you
recorded this at a lower tempo and then sped it up. It's oodles of fun,
though I wish it were a bit longer. From a production standpoint, I think
the piano is muffled in the mix. However, there are some really neat
instances on the bass end. I can hear your orchestration ability, and of
course, you're a talent pianist. Can't wait to hear more of your stuff!
Check out my latest song called Transmission
drakonis said 4118 days ago (September 7th, 2006)
moved comment to here too
OK, everybody started commenting on the OTHER copy of this song, so
I'll copy my comments over here, in case you want to delete the first
"duplicate" song :-)

This is catchy... and although the mix is a little muddy (piano seems a
little muffled), I really like your idea here of bouncing between fast
paced whirlng dervish and slow languid romance... nice writing! How
did you like Turkey? Oh, and currently the "REPLY" button is broken in
Macjams, but you can just post your own comment on your song if you
wish to reply. I'm liking your music, and look forward to more...
talented piano playing!
ttfn,
Drakonis
Check out my latest song called Miwok
j2morrow said 4116 days ago (September 8th, 2006)
Bouncy
Man, I love the way this switches gears from bouncy to mellow and back.
The drums do give it a middle eastern feel, then it flows into a European
classical feel, and later at bit of a jazz feel. And, yet, it works. My god,
though, it's too short! Work on this some more. By the way, "Taberah"
refers to a place of wandering in the Bible (I googled it to find out:-) )
Did you give it the name because the song wanders from style to style, or
some other reason?
Check out my latest song called CAPTURE THE RAPTURE
jeidse said 4109 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Here they are!
I just found out where the comments go. Thanks for posting everyone. I
did not adjust tempo, it's just me playing. Yeah, I need to figure out
mixing better. I start with piano and then add stuff and by the end the
piano get muffled. Turkey was great, I went all over. Longer eh? I
originally wrote this song almost 10 years ago, it would take a bit to get
my head past what's there to add more. Maybe I'll try.
Check out my latest song called Breathe of God
jeidse said 4109 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Here they are!
I just found out where the comments go. Thanks for posting everyone. I
did not adjust tempo, it's just me playing. Yeah, I need to figure out
mixing better. I start with piano and then add stuff and by the end the
piano get muffled. Turkey was great, I went all over. Longer eh? I
originally wrote this song almost 10 years ago, it would take a bit to get
my head past what's there to add more. Maybe I'll try.
Check out my latest song called Breathe of God
jeidse said 4109 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Here they are!
I just found out where the comments go. Thanks for posting everyone. I
did not adjust tempo, it's just me playing. Yeah, I need to figure out
mixing better. I start with piano and then add stuff and by the end the
piano get muffled. Turkey was great, I went all over. Longer eh? I
originally wrote this song almost 10 years ago, it would take a bit to get
my head past what's there to add more. Maybe I'll try.
Check out my latest song called Breathe of God
jeidse said 4109 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Here they are!
I just found out where the comments go. Thanks for posting everyone. I
did not adjust tempo, it's just me playing. Yeah, I need to figure out
mixing better. I start with piano and then add stuff and by the end the
piano get muffled. Turkey was great, I went all over. Longer eh? I
originally wrote this song almost 10 years ago, it would take a bit to get
my head past what's there to add more. Maybe I'll try.
Check out my latest song called Breathe of God
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Name: Joy Eidse
Location: Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
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Grew up in rural Manitoba, done a lot of international travelling. Currently taking Social Work at U of M part time. Been writing plays recently. Enjoying motherhood and life in general, these days. ... [see more]

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