One Daygreat intro, with the real piano sounds; great voice; interesting harmonies and arrangement; the voice and the melodic line are perfect for this song; i feel it even if not my genre;when a melody or something in the song keeps the mind of the listener , it is the most important thing, because he then say “i buy”. well done and performed; good luck!
One DayGood singer and lyrics. The piano riff on the other hand is too repetitive at the beginning. Fortunately it starts to vary. Nice quiet strings added here and there. I would have liked to hear a solo, sax or piano.
jazzy!!i like the groove laid down here...i don't agree with some other reviewers that the vocals are being held back...good job all around...keep up the good work!...reminds me of Dr. John...nice job
Bill Champitto 'One Day'The backing track to this song is wonderful! Great feel and swings along nicely. The drum and bass provide a groove with a piano tickering over the top, some lovely percussion also add to the flavour. The vocal is okay but I think it could be alot better! Although mostly spoken, I think that when it eventually breaks into singing, it's when the song comes alive. I enjoyed listening and the story behind the song! Good luck!!
Your SongNice introduction. You sing like your holding back. Let go and showcase your vocals. Sing with more emotions. Say it like you mean it. Don't get to comfortable on the track. The song sounds more Blues & Jazz like and less R&B. You have the blues right? Then sing with more conviction. Listen to Sam Cooke or a good Blues or Jazz artist. I didn't believe you meant what you were saying. In other words, say it like you have faith that it will all work out eventually. For real. You get it? Good Luck.