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From ledebutant: This song definitely wouldn't exist without macjams. There's the obvious fact that Matt and I met here, so our band wouldn't even exist were it not for this place, but the sheer evilness of Dr. Liolisheer inspired us to work feverishly (for me literally at some points, because I had the flu)on this song and took us in new directions. Lyrically, I was influenced heavily by the Woodstock festival that's running right now, too. The Orbiting would never have played Woodstock (except after someone got some bad acid, perhaps) but I'm stubborn and I wanted to participate in some way, so I used the lyrics of this song to be Woodstockian and the style is different than what I usually write. I often feel so powerless in the face of so much that needs fixing in the world and it's paralyzing. So, this song is a reminder to myself that one person can be powerful standing next to others.

If this song isn't enough to crush Dr. LIOLI the fact that I'm making my guitar-playing debut on this should be enough to make him fall to the ground screaming in pain. Go easy on me, guys. :-)

This is for Kevin Webber, wherever he is.

From illuminati: Once again, LIOLI has inspired The Orbiting to make music. Please view this as a work in progress and possibly inspired (on my part) by listening to too much Gary Numan. This marks our first musical collaboration as Lisa composed the framework of the song and I came in and mussed it up a bit. In about a week.

Be sure to stick around for the end. Or you will miss the end.
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Lyrics
Wake up everybody,
the nightmare is coming,
while you were sleeping,
they were dreaming
a dream for you,
a dream for you,
you didn't ask them to,
you didn't ask them to,
dream it for you.

Wake up everybody,
wake up everybody.

While you were sleeping,
they were dreaming for you.
Wake up everybody
Wake up everybody

Wake up
Wake up
Wake up

You and I can fight the darkness,
you and I don't have to fight alone
you and I can fight together.
One and one and one is more than one.

Wake up everybody,
the world is melting.
While you were breathing,
they were stealing,
your dreams from you,
your dreams from you,
you didn't ask them to,
steal them from you.
You didn't ask them to.
While you were breathing
they were stealing from you.
Wake up.

You and I can fight the darkness,
you and I don't have to fight alone
you and I can stand together.
One and one and one is more than one.

Stand up everybody,
no more acquiescing.
If you don't stop them,
you're asking them to,
asking them to,
steal from you.

Wake up everybody,
wake up everybody,
wake up everybody.

You and I can fight the darkness,
you and I don't have to fight alone
you and I can stand together.
One and one and one is more than one.

Wake up everybody
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Comments: 70
Fans: 51
Plays: 374
Downloads: 164
Votes: 16
Uploaded: Mar 31, 2008 - 12:37:05 PM
Last Updated: Apr 02, 2008 - 01:32:31 PM Last Played: Apr 26, 2017 - 12:46:38 PM
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Hardware:
Big computers, Matt's synths, Rode Nt-1a, crappy Washburn acoustic, Lisa's purple Fender Satin Stratocaster with hideous pink daisy guitar strap that her daughter chose.
Software:
Logic Studio. 80 zillion plug-ins.
Comments
TobinMueller said 3493 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Debut
Such a big part of elementary school/kindergarten life in 1961. Nice idea for a concept track. The techno feel gives it a modern setting (the song art is essential). Several of my friends grew up with dreams about nuclear war, dying in a blinding flash, melting like the Wicked Witch; hard for them to shake. I always dreamt of surviving unscathed, forging a new world, being one of a handful of heroic Adams. I'm really glad my brain is such a happy place. Enjoying track. Nice guitar.
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The Orbiting said 3488 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
Adam
I'm glad your brain is such a happy place, too, Tobin. I'm pretty sure you would be one of the survivors and you'd get everyone working on collaborative art once the basic infrastructure for survival was built. Thanks so much!
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Diviner said 3493 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Wow! Fantastic!
The beat at the start made me jump. The music is brilliant and the singing is lovely to listen to. Cool lyrics and was amazed at what I think was the lioli loop very subtle in the backround. This is a brilliant track. Well done.
P.s. Snap! With you about the zillions of plug ins
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The Orbiting said 3488 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
Snap, back!
Millions of plug-ins are the greatest thing ever. You put them to great use and we've benefited from that, ourselves. Thanks for the support!
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Skean said 3493 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
I'm amazed
You guys Rock... The music as the singing is so good as well the mixing too.. And what a message..Bravo
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The Orbiting said 3488 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
Kenta!
We love you so much and your support is unwavering. Thank you!!
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Morning Light said 3493 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
So Beautiful....
I love the message, chords and your voice......it is so timeless.... :)
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The Orbiting said 3487 days ago (April 6th, 2008)
yay!
Thank you, sweet Morning Light.
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bud said 3493 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
I wanna see a picture of you
with the purple Strat and daisy strap - rock goddess conquers Dr. Lioli. This is a great track everything's working and the vocals and lyrics are wonderful. I was one of those kids under the desk. Great collab.
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The Orbiting said 3487 days ago (April 6th, 2008)
Death to LIOLI
God Bud, you have no idea how hideous that strap and guitar look together. It's bright pink nylon and the daisies look to have been painted on somehow. The guitar is gorgeous, however, has a really neat matte finish, that's slightly iridescent. I love it. I'll be using it again and will find a way to use it in song art, by golly.
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perceptualvortex said 3493 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Duck and Cover
I for one still have the blinding-flash-melting-like-wicked-witch dreams, but this should help fight the darkness. This song is great, guys, excellent work!!
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datafunk said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
thanx to macjams...
... we have you :-)
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sloparts said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Excellent message,
delivered with class and style regardless of LIOLI-7. Very cool song here you two, I congratulate you on a wonderful job together. As far as the guitar playing is concerned, I didn't notice anything that distracted me in any way. That simply means it was just fine in the context of the song, and you can't ask for more than that.

Thanks for joining Lioli-7 and for this really great song. I think you just put the final nail in the evil Doctors coffin my friends.

Ed
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Feter said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Wake Up
impressed ... realy ...the singin the arragment
very cool !
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said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Beautiful
Beautiful, eloquent music crafted from a tiny lump of coal... the doc never had a chance.

Haunting, quiet and restlessly urgent... a gentle reminder that beyond the goofy evils of a pretend mad doctor, there are genuine evils that fill our newspapers, parade across our TV screens and crack the skies of our worlds. And perhaps we may indeed be close to powerless, but not completely - one voice, one song, one hand held aloft to be counted can be a beginning... or a continuation... of something better. This song is such. Thank you for a characteristically stylish and resonant piece...

(And for helping finish Dr. Lioli off. Doing it with a purple guitar and a pink daisy strap just makes it even better!).
Ed Hannifin said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Gee...
I spent time in one of my therapy sessions today explaining to one of my teen clients what plutonium is... 'Cause he asked and didn't know...

Add me to the list of those wanting to see the artsy graphic element with Lisa, purple Strat, and daisy guitar strap...

Ed


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The Orbiting said 3490 days ago (April 3rd, 2008)
Purple Strat Photo
I'll have to see what I can do for you guys. I'll have to figure out how to fit all of us in the iSight, first. :-)
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stooey said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
I thought
the rules clearly stated No Nukes!

Seriously though. A Haunting little number. But is definitely memorable. I love how the song builds all the way to the end.

Always a pleasure to listen. I for one am glad you fought not only the evil Dr. but the flu too!
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ktb said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
more than one
I so look forward to an Orbiting endeavor. brilliant to better this one.
Beatle-esque in places. I really dig the way it takes the time to get there, and when it does !!!!! omg around that 6 minute mark I was melted butter.

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Mystified said 3492 days ago (March 31st, 2008)
Actually...
....that picture reminds me of grade school earthquake drills in Southern California. ( I never was at school when the earthquakes hit... :P )

Hooray for you, for breaking out the purpler Fender Satin Stratocaster, Lisa! :)
It sounds great, so now you have NO excuse not to do more, yes?? I hope to hear more in the future!

I've loved listening to these LIOLI7 songs--and a great collaboration on this entry! You guys work so well together :)
Kudos!!


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Monkaton said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Alarm Clock Percussion
I was not a fan of the processed percussive drum(?) during the verses. I liked the instrumentation in the choruses more.

Vocal reminded me a little of Bjork's texture. I especially liked the crescendo in the end. Good message and lyrics and overall an excellent production.


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cchaplin said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Smashing!
It's a flawless production to a great song.
I love the slightly lazy tone you give to the voice, and a very nice Bob Marley quote towards the end. Have you just bought a guitar ?

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The Orbiting said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Bob M.
Yay! So happy that someone mentioned that little homage. I'm not surprised it was you, Christopher. I've had the guitar for a little over a year, but have only really noodled around on it. The person who was teaching me kind of lost interest and was teaching me in kind of an unusual way (so I've been told). The first thing I learned was Travis picking, then playing in Open G, then hammering on and hammering off, then I learned the chords to Knockin' on Heavens Door and that was it for my lessons, pretty much. So, I've kind of poked along a bit on my own, but have had so much else on my plate the last six months that I haven't been able to practice or play. It was fun to pick it up again and I'm back to trying to teach myself. I'm so happy you liked the song! Yay!
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said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Slam Dunk!
Tho I couldn't hear the nasty loop, I trust it is there. Great job to make a cool song from it.

. - Harold
The Orbiting said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
So you can't find the loop!
It's there, but Lisa mashed it and smashed it into a state of sonic submission. You may hear it in the intro providing the modulation and it makes a return after the 2nd chorus where things sort of fall apart before they are gathered back together in our final chorus.
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lengold said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Love the
rhythmic parts to this and the imaginative changes throughout that follow each other seamlessly.
Beautifully written, performed and sung with immaculate production.
Downloaded. Thanks.
Cheers
Len

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davisamerica said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
wow guys
great track ......
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WillyB said 3492 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
haha...
..did you really think you had to ask your audience to stick around to the end? ;-) maybe a suggestion to try and be kind to simon's bandwidth would have been more appropriate. you and everyone involved should be rich and famous.
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WillyB said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
clarification...
since this was linked in the LIOLI thread by ledebutant, I skimmed over everything and missed that this is a joint and separate project. So, huge props to you too illuminati.
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jiguma said 3491 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Lovely stuff!
Wonderful vocal Lisa - real class! Matt, the backing sounds so clean and "right" - and hey, the guitarist is SO COOL ;)

We all need a photo with the purple Strat!

This gets better and better as it goes along - what a great track!

Beautiful production!

Neil
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Jim Bouchard said 3491 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
finally!
I get around to listening to some songs here! I haven't been able to for a while just due to general busy-ness with my own things. I really don't know what I've been doing, just lingering around, I guess, trying to finish up project or five I have lying around, but anyway, this is a pretty supa. I leave of the dupa, since it hits the red the whole second half of the song and please see http://www.macjams.com/forum/viewtopic.php?forum=21;showtopic=121180 for more about that. But the voice is great, the mix is great, the concept is great!
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The Orbiting said 3491 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
Jim, you are totally right
about the volume heading into the over-volumed zone a bit at the end. I deliberately automated some of the elements to rise a bit at the end. My intent was to go back and reduce the volume of the whole piece. However, being semi-new to Logic, once I added automation, I didn't know how to do it without taking down every little dot. So, being short on time I didn't. I master using Ozone and have figured out that if I keep the volume down, the mix stays out of that oversaturated area, so that is generally our goal.

Since we uploaded, I worked out that I could have routed all the outputs for the music bed to a bus, all the vocals to a bus, then easily lower the overall levels. Does anyone know if this is the best way to handle this sort of situation? Please let me know, I'm all ears.

All that said, to be honest, I think the mix, for as little time as we had, is fairly smooth and sounds pretty good on my ipod. And the ending was supposed to push the limits a bit.
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Jim Bouchard said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
Should be simpler:
Why wouldn't just pulling down the Out 1-2 slider in the Mixer work? That should reduce the overall gain of your bounce. I'll have to take another look in Logic once I get home from work to see if it does indeed. The other thing you could do is insert a gain adjusting plugin like FreeG into your Out 1-2 track and reduce the gain with a plugin.

The mix is very smooth and not harsh, just a bit loud sounding. Sort of like the latest Bruce Springsteen album, sonically, to me. Even with Ozone it's possible to get an overly compressed master, and especially when coming out of Logic. But you know me, Lisa, I'm almost as picky as you sometimes.

BTW, I didn't hear the loop and I didn't hear any clams with the guitar. Good job!
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The Orbiting said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
That would most likely work just fine
and when I woke up this morning I thought the same thing. I think my reasoning earlier, for controlling the bed volume and the vocal volume separately probably derives from fatigue. Or maybe it was my concern not to lose some of the subtler items in the mix. Lowering the Output 1-2 works.

Matt
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The Orbiting said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
One more thing
It is very easy to get an overly compressed master with Ozone. My first efforts with it fall into that category.
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Vic Holman said 3491 days ago (April 1st, 2008)
wake up
oh yeah, i was listening to this at work this morning waiting for the coffee to kick in. timely. 2nd listen today on the phones, what a cool tune to fire the brain synapses.

excellent mystery tour all around!

I also have to imagine most of those kids in the pic where not to thrilled to find years of chewing gum stuck under the desks :)
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Heightened said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
Absolutely brilliant!
Infectious rhythm, beat, vox - infectious everything!
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Macaudion said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
Homey!...
If you get any more sexy, your head is gonna fall off and roll real fast up a steep hill. Weird I know, but it's the only fart that my tired brain would poot for me tonight.

A bit of a departure for you and Matt but it's as good, if not gooder then the place from whence you've come, I'd say. And by the way, that would have been a good hit of acid, according to what's left of that part of my brain that can still muster up some kinda memory about it. However, it's nice to be able to listen to this and head to some of those far off places without worrying about getting the vampire crunchies. (that's what my best friend would call that sideways backward spin up in a motionless twisty twirl action toward the butt end of a REALLY good "ride". Dat be around the time the sun was about to rise. - Hey... you guys took me there...

I'm totally dign' the way ya perc'd this w/ the electro scratchy, buzzes and all. The synth work on this has my ear too. Really nice mix of everything. Ya get good marks for originality too.

Quite the trippy grooven little number. I'm at a fifth listen and still intrigued. You could say that I'm kinda dign' it.

Congratulations to both of you! This is a pretty special piece, by my system's accounting of it.

Thanks! Dion
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The Orbiting said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
Babycakes!
Five listens! I love you so much my head is going to roll back down the hill and give you a big kiss.
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Macaudion said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
LOL..
LMAO! And you just broke my imaging thing, too...

Now, leave us alone.
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michael2 said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
wow guys
this is excellent work. i like how you use that synth drum sound during the verses and then move into more traditional instrumentation in the choruses. everything sounds great to me, including your guitar playing. a little Marley referencing too (my fave song of his is "Selassie is the Chapel." check it out).

you guys did a great thing here.
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said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
i made
sure i fav'ed and commented on this one, cause you guys are a band, and as lisa spoke so eloquently on my page, this fact can get overlooked from time to time among the dozens of collaborators existing here on this site. i liked the sparsity of the song; i mean if you were going to write a song about this subject matter, sparseness and simplicity works best. your guitar playing reminded me of some of john lennon's solo works. while not a big beatles fan, i did respect his tasteful use of simple chords and sparse instrumentation during his solo years. really nice song, and a great mix. are you using logic? i just got LE8, and have not even had the time to break open the box. hopefully i will hear more good things from you both soon.
Allen
Doadars Uncle said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
Cool changes!
Hey, great positive feeling stuff!

I really like the feel, here.

Peace,
Doug
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Pete_NB said 3491 days ago (April 2nd, 2008)
Majestic
Love the way this builds, it soars at the end. Your singing is as good and sensual as ever, with a wonderful message in the lyrics. The engineering is inspiring as well.

As for the guitar le-debut, Allen beat me to the punch, the guitar sounds like something Lennon would play, so be proud!

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stacey said 3490 days ago (April 3rd, 2008)
Ooh!
Hey guys! I love this. It's freaking great! I just added another song to my very selective "macjams" playlist!! Thanks so much for sharing this!

Stacey
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said 3489 days ago (April 4th, 2008)
Absolutely!
Every generation needs songs like this. Timely. Chilling. Necessary.

Bravo!

Be well!
elektronix said 3488 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
Great
Faved and downloaded...

Great sound, voice and lyrics... Perfect mix. One of a kind!
One of the best pieces I ever found here.

Thank you a lot for sharing!

Peace!

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announcer said 3487 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
One of the best I ever heard
When I say that this is one of the best songs I ever heard I do not say that lightly. I was (years ago) a music director at a pop radio station. I would review perhaps 40 new releases every week and choose the 2 or 3 that might get played. This would make my list for sure. This has a great sonic statement, flawless production, great lyrics, and is timeless in its lyric content. It is about TODAY, no matter what day it is 'cause they are still stealing our dreams. Only one thing I would change about the song and that would be a shouted WAKE UP! right at the 2:56 mark followed by a screaming guitar solo. This song has a lot of potential.
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ledebutant said 3487 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
Wow!
Thank you SO much for that comment. It's incredibly endorsing to hear that from you and it helps so much to help us not to feel as though we're being big dorks when we make music. I was very, very uncomfortable with these lyrics because I really try to be very specific and include a lot of imagery and there's none of that here at all, but it didn't really suit what I was trying to do with the song, so I went ahead and wrote them this way. It's very cool to hear that you think the lyrics are timeless. That was definitely a goal and you're right, those jerks are always stealing someone's dreams. Matt did so much to take my skeleton and guitars and turn it into a 'sonic statment'. I'm so happy you liked it so much because it's definitely one of my favorites I've ever been involved in. Thank you so, so much.

Also, your arrangement suggestion is awesome. We've been considering opening this up for remixes the way we did with Saturnine a couple of years ago, but have to figure out how much work it will be because this was done in Logic Studio rather than Garageband, so maybe someone will do it and come up with a really cool electric solo. That would be great!
magnatone said 3487 days ago (April 5th, 2008)
Wake Up
God that photo - I remember those days so well. Like that desk was going to protect anybody! I don't know how I missed this first time through, but WOW - this is one of the most amazing pieces of music I've heard at MJ or I think anyplace. I'm really blown away by what you guys have done here. The driving beat, the vocals, and wow - the production is just simple incredible. What a team you two are! Thanks
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echoroom said 3487 days ago (April 6th, 2008)
Nightmare
By the far the darkest/lightest thing you've done guys.

While you were sleeping they were dreaming for you

is a killer line... I kinda wish you'd kept this dark rather than have the 'fight the darkness' section, but thats just my current state of mind.

Outstanding.
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Lenny Zero said 3487 days ago (April 6th, 2008)
The end is nigh!
Love the distorted, electro beats at the start of this, and then the sweet gentle vocal comes in... a punch in a velvet glove. Must check out some more of your songs, this is inspired.
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DOCTORBIZARRE said 3486 days ago (April 6th, 2008)
Great song!
I love this track guys! Very good job! I hear that geetar in thar! Noice job Lisa on the geetar Debut! Looking forward to hearing more! Great melody by the way!
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timothy devine said 3486 days ago (April 6th, 2008)
Nice collab
Great!
Well put together. I love it!
tim


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magnatone said 3486 days ago (April 7th, 2008)
Wake Up
I don't think I've ever come back to a song and "re-commented", but I can't stop listening to this. It's just brilliant in every conceivable way. You guys are incredible together. Ledeb - I hope you're still thinking about trying some vocals on "Angel Convention"! Thanks again you two for this killer song!
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renecalvo said 3485 days ago (April 8th, 2008)
a poetess and a magician
took a stroll in a sylvan idyll. Pausing by a babbling brook he dipped his beaker into the froth and lifted it glistening towards the sun. The poetess sang into the multicolored beams that refracted from that vessel and splayed upon the slippery stones. Thus a song was born. Thank you very much... we so need an anthem.
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The Orbiting said 3482 days ago (April 11th, 2008)
Rene
You bring such silly happy moments to me. I'm so glad you enjoy the song and that you think Matt is a poetess.
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renecalvo said 3482 days ago (April 11th, 2008)
hehehe
ok... so i got it wrong
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ledebutant said 3480 days ago (April 13th, 2008)
Yeah
...he was wearing a cup...not raising one.
peacepiano said 3485 days ago (April 8th, 2008)
Wake Up
This sure woke me up. Super mixing. The lyrics and vocals are great. You two pulled all this together in a very short time. The Dr is surely defeated!

Thanks
Bill
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Youra said 3482 days ago (April 11th, 2008)
Late as usual
but still one of your fervent admirer. Thanks for that magical moment.
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gregd said 3478 days ago (April 15th, 2008)
Collage
I really like the movement of different sounds through this piece. The intro and the guitar chorus at the end don't necessarily fit together, but the "sound-flow" in between these two sections connects them, somehow---cool! Sweet experiment, and I like the invocation of Mr. Marley at the end.
-g
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said 3435 days ago (May 28th, 2008)
Cool!
Excellent on all levels... I like it!

Take Care
- Yeman A. Al-Rawi
saymme said 3431 days ago (June 1st, 2008)
! : )
Alot of power in this song ! It's awesome hearing You do this great music.. Very much enjoyed !!
Tx for dl & wonderful listening, powerful lyrics too -thats what i like GREAT : ) : ) helena
rsorensen said 3430 days ago (June 2nd, 2008)
love this
wicked tune! great soundbed and very spirited lyrics and vocals
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8piscean8 said 3430 days ago (June 2nd, 2008)
Yes!!
I haven't heard them all but this is probably the best song I have heard on MacJams ever! This is a definite d/l. The mix is super, the music bed is scrumptious, the vocals are spot on, the lyrics are simple but timeless. An outstanding job. My hat is off to you both Matt, wielder of synth and plug-ins, and Lisa, wielder of daisy guitar strap and vocal prowess.
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The Orbiting said 3429 days ago (June 2nd, 2008)
Wowsa
What a wonderful comment! Thank you so much. I wield my daisy strap at you. :)
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8piscean8 said 3429 days ago (June 3rd, 2008)
Touche
Touche!
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ThomasPayne said 3411 days ago (June 20th, 2008)
Great stuff here..
One and one and one and......
Awesome sounds.
12parsecs said 3408 days ago (June 24th, 2008)
i'm awake!
i'm loving all the versions i'm hearing of this tune. this one has a great lo-fi industrial edge. gets all big and surroundy at the end too. nice work!
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&t illuminati & ledebutant met right here at Macjams in 2005 and had so much fun on our first collaboration that we thought it would be great to do a whole album together. Why should 1,500 miles and the fact that we've only met once stop us? Mat... [see more]

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