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Album: Gathering Change
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Released: 2006
Length: 3:18
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This is yucky.
 cattail321 wrote:
PS...where is your Debut CD rear door person??
 
Uh... I assume you're responding to me?

If so, the master is sitting in my office and the limited copies are floating around somewhere...

 cattail321 wrote:

so many chords .....so little time

 

PS...where is your Debut CD rear door person??
 sirrus wrote:
Bzzzzt!

"What is the most over-used chord-progression on Earth that should only be used for a songwriter's first composition to impress his/her 12 year-old friends or otherwise elaborated upon so impressively that the dullness of the same 4 chords repeated endlessly is completely overlooked?"

: That's right! You win this song! Congratulations!
 
so many chords .....so little time

esotericderek wrote:
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow". I'm not impressed.


Yes, and I nearly turned this off immediately on hearing those first few strums.
But it turns out I don't hate this nearly as much. Just don't particularly care for it, either.

Too much like Jack Johnson, and that is bad!
hey wow...he just did them back to back and i was all...hey this sounds just like the izzy song. nice work bill!!
 
cavalaxis wrote:

This.  Try singing the Izzy version over the top.  It kinda works.

 


 esotericderek wrote:
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
 
This.  Try singing the Izzy version over the top.  It kinda works.

 dmax wrote:


I came here to say the exact same thing. Just seemed a little more upbeat.

 
Great song, dummy, oh spoiled one that must have to have everyting perfect. Mozart mimics Beethoven who mimics Bach sometimes, so what, it's just music poetry, feelings. Get a life dude. Go smell some roses please, oh excuse me, roses all smell the same? you're in trouble I suspect.

What is this? I must get this CD.
esotericderek wrote:
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow". I'm not impressed.
I think that's why I like it.
esotericderek wrote:
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow". I'm not impressed.
I came here to say the exact same thing. Just seemed a little more upbeat.
ekalvi wrote:
It is very similar. I like it though. Is there such thing as originality anyway?
there are only so many notes and combinations out there, it's a nice tune, that's good enough for me
esotericderek wrote:
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow". I'm not impressed.
It is very similar. I like it though. Is there such thing as originality anyway?
FluorideFreeMN wrote:
the guitar rhythm is strikingly similar!
don't hear it ... hep me unnerstan!
esotericderek wrote:
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
the guitar rhythm is strikingly similar!
3 songs in D minor ... love it
This is suspiciously similar to Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow". I'm not impressed.
sirrus wrote:
Bzzzzt! "What is the most over-used chord-progression on Earth that should only be used for a songwriter's first composition to impress his/her 12 year-old friends or otherwise elaborated upon so impressively that the dullness of the same 4 chords repeated endlessly is completely overlooked?" : That's right! You win this song! Congratulations!
I don't know... U2 made millions with this same progression in With or Without You. I don't remember anyone complaining about the chords or the repetition. Actually, now that I think about it, I was complaining about it back then.
Martinez & Guthrie - Bye Alison Krauss & Union Station - The Lucky One I liked the transition from Alison to these guys.
Bzzzzt! "What is the most over-used chord-progression on Earth that should only be used for a songwriter's first composition to impress his/her 12 year-old friends or otherwise elaborated upon so impressively that the dullness of the same 4 chords repeated endlessly is completely overlooked?" : That's right! You win this song! Congratulations!
Another great tune from these guys! Excellent CD by the way.
Ears a Mess!! What kinda dribble is this?
Would love to hear more from this artist!
that was nice. thank you.