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Lake Love - A Summer Song



 Genre: Folk-Rock

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An easy breezy summer song that I did as a colab with Pete at icomp...hope you enjoy!
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Uploaded: Apr 07, 2006 - 12:48:37 PM
Last Updated: Apr 07, 2006 - 12:09:38 PM Last Played: Dec 22, 2014 - 07:18:32 AM
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jpfeiff said 4363 days ago (April 7th, 2006)
Love your voice...
There's a little too much noodling going on in the background on the
guitar for my taste...also, sounds like your vocal pegs out just a couple
of times and distorts. There's a couple of wicked buzzes --one near
the beginning, one near the end. All those things can be fixed,
though! Overall, I like the "breezy" feel of this tune. A little clean-up
and this thing is on it's way! I LOVE your voice--very sweet, innocent,
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Morning Light said 4363 days ago (April 8th, 2006)
Wonderful voice!
You have a great voice!
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said 4362 days ago (April 8th, 2006)
Nice stuff!
Except for a few above mentioned technical problems, this is a well
written, played and sung tune. Thanks for sharing.

Be well!
renecalvo said 4360 days ago (April 10th, 2006)
Nice post
You have a beautifully fragile vocal quality. I really enjoyed the lyrics too. they were clever, sincere and personal. The guitar playing was excellent and fit the mood and quality of the tune. but needs a lot of work on the technical end, the buzz on the mike and the pitch correction on max doesnt do your art justice. i look forward to your next post.
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charliechen said 4359 days ago (April 12th, 2006)
Nice and breezy indeed
Very unfortunate about the production problems. jpfeiff's comments above were spot on. Some much more simple strumming for the guitar would suit the mood much better. The picking is too busy and it overshadows your delightful singing. About a third of the way into the song, a laid back drum groove may add to the lazy atmosphere as well.

Your singing in the song has just the right amount of relaxed energy. Lovely.

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alanfraser said 4357 days ago (April 13th, 2006)
Your voice is beautiful
but the effects on it aren't happening. Let it ring out. You can easily carry the tune without any toys. The guitars are good but I'd drop them down and bring you up. Also, that buzz at the end. Got to go. I don't mean to beat on you. I think production has walked on a beautiful song and I'd love to hear a remix.
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seamus said 4340 days ago (April 30th, 2006)
Great music
While I never learned to play music, my thing has been arts, my family all did, my Mom & wife, both from Ireland played a lot, and loved almost all music, the new age, and hip.punk rock wasa avoided, but this is great music, thanks for addimng it, at least I can hear it on my computer.I am 73, all my family and friends are gone, but I use music to set my mood when I am painting.
Excuse typing, I studied engineering, not typing.
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