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This song has my wife singing. It was done using only loops. It's the first song I made on GB. Look forward to hearing some feedback.

Just a note: I had to upload this song to macjams since it was still set to play via a url. which is why it is shown as a newly submitted song.
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concentrate on the convulsive skiphop of the record
there, mallets fall dominoeing into slots
now the crackling sound of time cooking
the universe is skillet shaped, take that, physicists!bodily
rolling calm with all the nerves waving as a tattered banner
each stream manifested on a different frequency of sound
time pulses as the universe's heartbeat
gently rolling over all space; calm; ever unfolding
always the music of silence´┐Ż (x4)
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Uploaded: Mar 14, 2006 - 12:14:53 PM
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2006 - 04:29:00 PM Last Played: Jul 06, 2019 - 04:28:50 AM
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penguinsocks said 5549 days ago (May 13th, 2004)
anyone else notice a similarity to bjork in vocal style?
combined with what's her face from the breeders i think,
more noticeable during the raw vocals.
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ka-klick said 5541 days ago (May 20th, 2004)
yup, what she said ^
me likey, very nice.

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yongfook said 5475 days ago (July 26th, 2004)
good stuff - reminds me of Massive Attack. I love that
first drum loop - is it one of the ones included with GB??
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phaseshifter said 5474 days ago (July 27th, 2004)
Thanks! A lot of people have told me it sounds like Massive Attack. I'm going
to have to check them out so I can hear for myself. My wife likes them but I've
never really heard any of their stuff. And the drum loop is umm, I can't
remember where I got it but it is not a GB loop.
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rovert10 said 5454 days ago (August 16th, 2004)

Dunno wot it be...


...luv it.
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cjorgensen said 5318 days ago (December 30th, 2004)
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I like the sense of fun in this piece. It should be obvious
that the vocals are what make this track, though the loops
are fine.

Is that the wife in the photo?
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cjorgensen said 5318 days ago (December 30th, 2004)
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Song actually reminds me more of Emiliana Torrini than Bjork, but then she
reminds me of Bjork, so all comes full circle.


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phaseshifter said 5313 days ago (January 3rd, 2005)
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Thanks. I agree that it's the voice which stands out. The loops were just put together in 5 minutes. And yes, that is my wife in the pic. She's dressed as a flower for halloween.
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screaming.org said 5077 days ago (August 28th, 2005)
The Bjork influence comes through loud and clear
in the vocals, and I think this is is emphasized by
the lyrics, which don't have a natural rhythm of
their own. The way that your wife concentrates
on each individual sound and creates a rhythm as
she moves from phoneme-to-phoneme is very Bjork.

I really like that.

She's stolen all of the attention from your loop
construction, which I think you did excellently.

I hope to hear more tracks from you.

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