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Jennifer


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paulhenrys

 Genre: Acoustic

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It's pretty self-explanatory.

Personnel:
Luisa Corredor, backing vocal
Bongo Bob Goldsand - percussion
Paul Henry S. - guitar and vocal
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Lyrics
You are far away. You are far away.
You are far, and more than this, I can't say...

with your hair falling down.

You pull at me. You pull at me.
You pull me like a memory, a memory...

with your hair falling down,
and my heart shakes the ground, Jennifer.

Give me your softest places.
Fill up these empty spaces.
I want you here.
how I want you

with your hair falling down,
and my heart shakes the ground, Jennifer.

You are here to stay. You are here to stay
You are here, and more than this?
Who needs more than this?
One more kiss. One more night like this.

With your hair falling down,
and my heart shakes the ground, Jennifer.
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Comments: 8
Fans: 4
Plays: 115
Downloads: 153
Votes: 3
Uploaded: Dec 15, 2006 - 03:17:37 AM
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2006 - 03:17:37 AM Last Played: Feb 19, 2019 - 09:51:40 PM
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Comments
Roxylee said 4575 days ago (December 15th, 2006)
Real nice
Paul & luisa, you sound great together. I love the rhythmn in this song, and I can feel the emotions. And great percussion, Bob. a keeper for sure. :-)
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paulhenrys said 4571 days ago (December 20th, 2006)
Thanks R.
Glad you liked the tune.
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TobinMueller said 4575 days ago (December 15th, 2006)
As hip, intimate, creative as Dave Matthews at his best
Love the whole Dave Matthews vibe; the freely flowing intertwined melody, impressionistic snapshot lyrics, and, esepecially, the aggressive edgy ultra cool acoustic guitar stylings. The rhythm track is understated and just right, preserving the one-take live feel. This is a potentially powerful tune, but I think it comes off too much like a demo and could benefit from some polish and care. In my ears, I think all the vocals should be yours, no female voice at all, your backups are much stronger emotionally and it makes more sense when the song comes only from your point of view (that last chorus is the best). There are a few moments you are not in complete sync or pitch control (especially the first verse and some harmony entrances, and backup singing brings it with less wiggle room for flights of passion and fancy); plus, if you can use less vibrato, it would give the lines more simplicity and direct honesty (in my ears, again). But a really strong song and great passion in your play. Very nice.
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paulhenrys said 4571 days ago (December 20th, 2006)
yes, it's a 'warts and all' recording.
This is a cut from an album I did several years ago. The project was financed at a "pick the best of 3 takes" level. So I know there are problems. I've been struggling with some joint problems, and so haven't been able to record anything new for a while. The album is a fair representation of our performance work at the time.
You make an interesting point about the background vocals. I've never considered the gender of the supporting vocal in relation to the subject of the song. The male vocal is prominent enough to me to think of the female harmony vocal as another instrument, and so, genderless. I do have another "J" song coming up that I hope to record in the new year (if my joints can be persuaded). I'll probably do the supporting vocals myself and see what the effect is like.
As always, I enjoy hearing what you have to say.
-Paul
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Vic Holman said 4574 days ago (December 16th, 2006)
nice tune
most impressive guitar melody and harmonies at end quite nice!
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Cori Ander said 4572 days ago (December 19th, 2006)
Wonderful
Beautiful in all it's simplicity, (I am a fan of simpicity).
A very nice composition. Wonderful!
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thetruffulaseeds said 4552 days ago (January 7th, 2007)
really nice production
Nice clean production...enjoyed listening
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MissChaos said 4548 days ago (January 11th, 2007)
beautiful acoustic work
I love the chord progression and rhythm. sorry it's taken me so long to find your music. You certainly display a tremendous amount of passion and skill. It's songs like this that make me want to learn to play acoustic guitar. Bravo.
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Name: Paul Henry Schwebel
Location: Sebastopol, California USA
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