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We've had some disagreements and , ahem, indescretions but let's give it another try
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Bring your loving on home

Let's put aside all of our
Previous indiscretions
See where we go
With this here love affair

Let's try to see ahead
To what tomorrow brings us
Float away like
A balloon up in the air

- Chorus -

The world will keep on turning
Whether you decide to stick around
Or if desire keeps on burning
I hope you know that I'm here to stay now
Bring your loving on home

Let's put aside all of our
Recent indecision
Jump off the ledge
Float out with the breeze

Let's try to see just where
This broken path will take us
Cobble down the road
Find love between the trees

- Chorus -

Bridge

If you thinking along
The same line I'm travellin'
Flying blind into the
Great unknown
If you thinking that
Our new association
Is gonna work
Let's bring it on home
Bring it on home

- Chorus -
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Uploaded: Jul 04, 2011 - 05:34:28 PM
Last Updated: Jul 04, 2011 - 05:34:28 PM Last Played: Nov 01, 2017 - 12:02:34 AM
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Acoustic Guitars, Electric Guitars through Guitar Rig 3 tweed amp settings, Bass
Software:
Sonar 8.5, Izoptope Mastering, guitar Rig 3 amp modeling for electric and bass guitars
Comments
alackbass said 2335 days ago (July 4th, 2011)
Bring Your Loving On Home
Another very good song. Strong chorus. I like the blend of acoustic and crunchy electric rhythm guitars.
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BlueDarkness said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
Blend
Yeah. I like the two-acoustic-guitar thing spread wide but to break them apart I capo one of them up a few to sound a little different. Doubling the electric was no picnic even though it's easy chords. Thanks for listening
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Feter said 2335 days ago (July 4th, 2011)
Bring Your Loving On Home
O ye .. these guitar orchestra ..strum good inside very cool song my friend ..almost felt
like a band live playing ..Kudos !!
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BlueDarkness said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
Feter Thumbs up!
Gotta love a thumbs up from Feter! Live sound courtesy of the great Session 3 drum prog in Sonar. Thanks, man
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davisamerica2 said 2335 days ago (July 4th, 2011)
Good arrangement.
I love the guitars in this, and I think it's a well written song. Nice post. T
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BlueDarkness said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
Guitars
Thanks for the kind words. You gotta give the guitars some post-production conditioning and eq'ing , I'm still learning
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PeterB7858 said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
Guitars :-)
I'm with the others on this. The guitars really give this its distinctive feel. The song has a nice comfortable feel and your vulnerable vocals work well with the sentiment of the lyrics. Would have D/L'd :-) Thanks for the post. Peter.
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BlueDarkness said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
Vulnerable vocals !
Yeah! That's what I've been looking for to describe my tortured Massachusetts accent. Can I use that? Thanks for listening
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dave_b said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
Bring Your Loving On Home
Good song crafting. The hook is in the right place. The last change before the chorus serves as a mini channel or pre-chorus building momentum. The bridge is a good contrast to the rest of the song.
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Char said 2334 days ago (July 5th, 2011)
I'm not
into Country that much but I liked this, anyway. Nice singing. Thanks.
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Catalina22 said 2333 days ago (July 6th, 2011)
Bringan' it home . . .
I really like how the instrumental tracks are rich and driving but never overpower the vocals. There is a nice subtlety on the vocal harmonies, too. LOVELY acoustic solo at 1:52! And, again, the electric at 2:28. Wonderful laid-back groove throughout the whole thing--a great lazy summer day song! :)
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Philip18 said 2329 days ago (July 10th, 2011)
Bring it home
I like the song writing here, and the way you perform it keeps the listener with you. Love all those guitars - fascinating to hear what you do with them. Much enjoyed.
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TobinMueller said 2325 days ago (July 14th, 2011)
Classic
My, what a great photo of a path into the trees.The tune is solid, mainstream, good country rock. I really like the opening guitar sound, and the acoustic rhythm. The music bed is really. The vocals are a tad too forward for the mix, in my ears. And, sense you wanted a real honest opinion, there is a certain tightness in the delivery (like your chin isn't as free as it should be), which belies the lyrics, for me. The choice of acoustic lead for the instrumental break is nice. The end of the solo doesn't have the same precision as the beginning. But the overall feel of the track is really good. A classic feel.
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Country music, also called country and western music or country-western, is an amalgam of popular musical forms developed in the Southern United States, with roots in traditional folk music, Celtic Music, Blues, Gospel music, and Old-time music. Howe

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