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SlimGirlFat wrote this and asked for "some guitars". Several late night iChat sessions later (thanks Slimmie) this is what transpired.

She has only herself to blame. ;)
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Uploaded: Sep 01, 2004 - 11:53:40 AM
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2004 - 08:09:59 AM Last Played: Jul 11, 2019 - 10:09:51 PM
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Vintage Les Paul, MusicMan Stingray bass, wire, Marlboro Lights and sleeplessness.
Well, GarageBand, obviously. Like.. duh!
packosmokes said 5438 days ago (September 1st, 2004)
I would've preferred something more gradual into
the rockin' guitar solo at the end. Kinda' slapped me
in the face, but I like it just the same! Great guitar
work and it's really cool to hear more "clean" Slmmie
vocals with less reverb and echo.

Great work, you two!
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TheWireman said 5438 days ago (September 1st, 2004)
Cheers Packo..
Slimmie actually wants the rock guitar in from the start.

I think it could be too much, leaving the song with nowhere to go.

I'm throwing it open to the "community".
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said 5438 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
The Completion Effect
You've done a fine job with just the right finishing
touches. Slimmie's song was missing something... and,
although the vocals were always great, this is now

TheWireman said 5438 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
I tried to keep Slimmie's vocals up-front and centre. She's got a great voice
and is a pleasure to work with, too.
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hacked_to_pieces said 5438 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
song was good before now its off the hook. The guitar
and bass now make a complete backing band to
compliment SGF's excellent vocals.
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TheWireman said 5438 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)

I take it "off the hook" is a good thing. ;)
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SlimGirlFat said 5438 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
Thankyou Wireman
the guitar on this is soo good.
The production and editing you have done also makes
the track a far more interesting interpretation than my
first track.

Fantastic job Wireman

TheWireman said 5437 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
Thankyou Wireman

Right back at ya, Slimmie. The credits belong to you.

Looking forward to more collaborations.
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Cameron said 5437 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
great to hear...
...a good song made BETTER!

The guitar is a perfect addition to this tune. VERY well
done! Nice and clean, expertly performed.

Good drum accompaniment. It did sound a bit "sizzly"
with lots of highs towards the end, through my
headphones anyway.

I liked the guitar solo at the end.

As for YOU, Slimmie -- I really, really liked the way you
recorded your voice on this one. As already mentioned by
packo, it does indeed sound "cleaner" with less effects. It
rings through clear as a bell and has a bit more depth and
"punch" than your earlier version. This one is a bit more

BRAVO to you both! 8's across the board.
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girl-X said 5437 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
Excellent Pop!
Truly an excellant pop song. Is that one of the
Garageband guitar samples i hear, it fits perfectly.The
vocals have real nice harmonics.
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Paul_T said 5437 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
Sweet! No, I mean the old definition . . .
Great Collaboration. I don't know if anybody here
remembers Lulu, but the tone of Slimmie's voice and the
sentiment that comes though reminds me of a modern
day "To Sir With Love." Gosh, I'd love to hear Slimmie
cover that one . . .

Everything works for me!
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futzpucker said 5437 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
I don't know what some things are like...
...but I know what listening to this song is like. It's real,
real, nice.

The guitar sounds and parts add a great character to
this song. The tone that sounds like it's running through a
leslie is gorgeous. Nice use of overtones. I like the fact
that the guitar tracks are of their own personality. I think
that the lead at the end might be an exception to this, and
maybe went for the more standard and predictable,
although very well executed. Excellent, tasty guitar work
overall, no doubt of that.

And, as always, Slimmie is Slimme. You have your own
sound - this is something we all strive for. Your
confidence seems to be raising constantly. I would have
liked you to take more chances in the rideout, but overall,
this is just another wonderful vocal performance by our
Slimmie, who keeps improving as we get to watch and

Wonderful job, you two. You ought to be proud.
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handovergold said 5437 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
it's an improvement on something that was already quite right!8888
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said 5437 days ago (September 3rd, 2004)
Contrasting vocal effects
Maybe a little overdone with the reverbed chorus -- it
stands out too much from the lead solo sections. Maybe
I'm wrong. Nice song. Honest, intimate singing.
Exceptional guitar work. Yep.
thetiler said 5313 days ago (January 4th, 2005)
Nice tune, wow- like that echo vocal
Nice tune! Love the guitar work like your use of that
reverb electric guitar for sure. Almost like "Here comes
the rain again by the Eurethmics. Not sure if I spelled it

Again, LOVE your use of the harmonics. Just nice.

I love that popular feel you are striving to get and I think
you deserve a lot of high ratings for that.

Thanks, I am glad I clicked on Daphna's favorites and
found your tune!

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said 5217 days ago (April 10th, 2005)
pop classic
this is an awesome pop song, i wish the guitar outro part would have been played with a telecaster.
nice vocals and just a feel good tune.
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