Bob Grubel / Songs / Cup of Coffee

Cup Of Coffee

A fantastic fun tune on the devils brew. Although this is light hearted, the composition of the track and the cleverness of the lyrics is first class especially the piano and guitars. I think a tv advert is definitely an option for this tune and I certainly enjoyed the blues ending as it slowed. It brings a smile to your face and that's what good music does so well done guys !

Cup of Coffee

Der Titel gefällt mir sehr gut.Die Voice passt sehr gut und Arrangement ist sehr ausgewogen sowie der Mix Alles in allem 4 Stars wert Thanks for listen this tune Greats from Germany G.W.Scott

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Nice Everyone To All Genres we're going to The Music World with The feeling , everyone have a talent in himself, the Music Is Very Good In The Life, We're need a talent and spit on The life, feeling, loving, or etc.., Making Music And keep On It..

Cup of Coffee

A whimsical song which kind of reminds me of Jimmy Buffet's "Wasting Away Again in Margaritaville" another lovely saga song. This song has a great chorus that makes it easy for listeners to sing along. I bet it will be popular with your session patrons of your gigs. The guitar piece in the bridge is perfect, like a natural "Picker and Grinner" in the old time tradition of sing-a-long songs. The percussion is on point and I wonder is that a washboard being played with the percussion? The background vocal off humming also adds flavor to the song and gives it depth. I love every one of your offerings. I would only suggest that you give the song a grand finish with line about where are you going to go when you go that extra mile? After revving up your engine with that cup of coffee & the lady with that special smile! Please satisfy your listeners curiosity!
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Freshly Ground

A humorous light hearted tune that gave me some Randy Newman vibes. The music and lyrics complimented each other in the aspect, although it did seem to stay fairly safe as far what I would expect from this type of song - not to be overly critical of a fun little ditty. Overall I thought it was well polished and made me realize it's about time for some more caffeine myself, I would say this one's a success in that regard!

nice song

Hi Bob. Nice song. Indeed quite twenties. Nice lyrics. Musically well done. Funny. Optimistic. The twenties will be there soon ! The chord-scheme is allright, the composition also. I like the ending of the song, with the spoken part in it. Humorous. You must have a great sense of humour. What could make it a little bit more twenties sounding would be a banjo added to the instrumentation, I think though, but that's my humble opinion. I'm going to London pretty soon and I insist on having my coffee at Fortnum&Mason in Regent Street, the classiest joint of London where all the classy people come... Have a cup of coffee on me ! Pieter B. from Ghent, N1M search: spiceypete
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Guaranteed to wake you up

A nice uptempo song that sounds like it was played on an upright piano in a cowboys saloon with modern flavors of electric guitar bringing it into the modern era. Some catchy and clever rhymes make the lyrics fun to listen too. The singer is at his best when he reaches for the growling notes toward the end of the song and I would love to see the singer tap into more of that raw growling style.

Folksy rock about coffee

This song is Folksy- like a Tom Bodett Motel 6 commercial, MOR tune that no one will find offensive and everyone can relate to.. In a word, it's Cute. Decent vocal which could be enhanced with better microphone choice and could stand out more. The lyrics are very understandable and some decent rhymes and occasionally clever. Simple song structure in an upbeat major key. Decent vamp. Recording quality medium. Don't think this song will make it into mainstream airplay, but worth a listen and will put a knowing smirk on your face. On a scale of one to ten, I'd give it a 5, but realize I'm a tough critic. This is not my style of genre but I've written similar tunes, so I understand and am totally empathetic to the artist. I would not call this new age. I would categorize it as Acoustic Folksy rock.
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