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The most electronic stuff I have put on a song yet. Recorded a long time ago but never sure if I should post.
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Don't tell me any tales of your sorrow
Don't tell me no tales of your woe
I just want a happy ending to this scene before I go

Love, we can have love
Love it's the light that shines
And the darkness never stays very long,very long

So many roles you can play
While waiting for the curtain to fall
You cast yourself as an actor, searching for the crystal ball

Oh why, why can't you see
You've just got to let it be
And find your peace when it comes, when it comes

The applause is there for the dancer
Who can leap way beyond the moon
She weaves a crazy pattern and sings a lovely tune

Encore, encore they cry . . you still have so much to do
You have to rewrite the script, and find out what is true
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Uploaded: Jan 25, 2006 - 11:13:38 AM
Last Updated: Jan 26, 2006 - 01:08:10 PM Last Played: Mar 25, 2019 - 10:46:00 PM
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said 4900 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
electronic stuff is good
I think you did a very good job with this one. I like the
"electronic stuff" you threw in here. Just has a nice and sad feel to it.
The vocals sound very good and have the right amount of feel to
convey your lyrics. Good one.

bronco said 4899 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
electronic stuff is good
Thanks Johnny, glad you liked it. Maybe I will throw some more electornic
stuff on in the future but I am just an awful keyboard player so it is time
consuming to do.
Check out my latest song called Stenosis Commitosis
said 4900 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
I think this song lacks a "happy ending" ...but then again, I was never into the sappy happy endings...so, I say "encore, encore...you still have so much to do/You have to rewrite the script, and find out what is true," if the truth can actually be written or scripted...life is a masquerade...interesting lyrics (the song has a few contradictions that require further analysis, but I will hold my applause and wait for the resolution at the end of the play)... for some reason, I am reminded of 2 of my fav songs by Dylan: Simple Twist of Fate & Things Have Changed...hey, if you have the stage to yourself, don't be shy and do make a big SCENE...to remain unseen would just be too obscene...ok, I am ready to hear the theatrical soliloquy
bronco said 4899 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
Hey there Fang Fang,

I love those two Dylan songs also. When he is on, he is the greatest. Perhaps
lyrically there is a little of "When I Paint My Masterpiece" in there also which is
another Dylan song. I am thinking very highly tonight having had my
Thursday jam session with a couple of friends. It just occurred to me that
this song uses art as a metaphor for life whereas usually it is some part of life
that is used as a metaphor in the service of art. Wheel within the wheel again.
Thanks for listening.
Check out my latest song called Stenosis Commitosis
selters said 4899 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
Listened once now, sounds great. I got to have listen with headphones as well as i comment. I think all the electronic addings still are very gentle, small touches that lifts the song further up. I must also say that you remind me a lot of Jim morrison/the doors, both in style of music and the Vocals! Your guitarplaying is wonderful on this, really likes this kind of playing! The solopart is wonderful, and i think that the strings compliment the solo very well! Your voice is so wonderful and filled with great feeling, it sounds like you really mean what you are singing. Now im on the third listen and i know that this will be a download, along with lots of your other stuff! Its just a great song! I have become a huge fan of your work, and are also turning a lot of my friends to Bronco fans :).
Check out my latest song called Going South
bronco said 4899 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
I am overwhelmed Magnus! I can't thank you enough for saying such great
things about my music. As you know, it is easy to doubt yourself and get
down so feedback like this really is wonderful. If you want me to do anymore
guitar for your stuff just let me know.
Check out my latest song called Stenosis Commitosis
Nolan said 4899 days ago (January 26th, 2006)
Love the acoustic sound...
...not the electric. The acoustic guitar sounds great and the strings
and bongos are the perfect accompaniment. The other sound is not
working for me at all. I'd lose that and tighten up the timing a bit and
you'll have a great simple acoustic piece. Nice work.
Check out my latest song called And Say We're Happy
bronco said 4895 days ago (January 30th, 2006)
Love the acoustic sound...
Interesting comments, I appreciate you taking the time to listen and give your
opinion. On a remix I think I would lose the sound you refer to or at least mix
it down some. And yes there was one place where I forgot the lyric
momentarily and stumbled coming in a little late. I'm a fan of leaving in a few
mistakes now and then if they aren't overwhelming. Somehow makes the
music more human and real to me.
Check out my latest song called Stenosis Commitosis
neckbones said 4896 days ago (January 29th, 2006)
im loving the spaghetti western feel to it. call up quentin tarintino. i think
you might be ablt to slip this one in his next flick . great work !!
Check out my latest song called Detroit State of Mind
bronco said 4895 days ago (January 30th, 2006)
I kind of doubt whether Quentin is a Macjams visitor, but hey, if you are out
there Quent, I'm available!

Check out my latest song called Stenosis Commitosis
dwwave said 4866 days ago (February 28th, 2006)
Like it!
A different style (somewhat) I like it, very well produced
Great playing and singing
Thanks for sharing!
Check out my latest song called One Half Person
Drowning Doctors said 4810 days ago (April 25th, 2006)
Great Vocals!
your vocals are really something. I have been listening to a lot of your stuff today and i am very impressed by it all. You have a tenderness and feel thas is very rare to find. And the lyrics on this are amazing! great work!
Check out my latest song called Leaving Kerrville Behind
said 3960 days ago (August 22nd, 2008)
I don't care what you do or how you do it! Always love your vox and your superbly rootsy playing.

So glad you're back old friend!

Be well!
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