N1M Charts

N1M Charts
Week 42, 2017

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  • 1
    You're The Reason - Ross Seddon
    Pop / Indie Rock
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    Thoughts on "You're The Reason"

    This song starts with a bouncy - happy feeling; that makes you want get up and move with the music... more This song starts with a bouncy - happy feeling; that makes you want get up and move with the music... very nice indeed! It has a classic pop flavor with a sassy guitar backing up the song as it moves along. The drum/bass/rhythm guitar mix is right in where needs to be - again nice to the ears. The lead vocals are warm and easy to listen to, and the chorus is joyful and easy to join in with as it goes over and over with the words "You're the reason"... Very catchy - a great hook, and not a disappointment when it arrives.

    The dynamics of this song, with the crescendo, and then coming back down for the vocals to become more prominent , make the verses/lyrics that much more fun to listen to. As the song flows along it leads you into the refrain "I need you", with background voices taking the song up and up! As the song comes back down, the lead voice takes us home with the final verse leading to a grand chorus ... No real surprises here, but this arrangement still works well and is ear candy for sure.

    The only thing I would suggest is a little more cutting lead guitar somewhere in the song at the end of a verse or chorus as a short interlude leading to the next part - that would have made the song a little more edgy. The vocals on the "I need you" parts were a little on the soft side, they should come up and be more powerful! Perhaps a little organ sound as the song fades out or some guitar licks trailing off would have been the finishing touches on this wonderful song. That being said, this is a good song, and fun to listen to from beginning to end.

    Thanks for sharing such a well crafted song with all of us. I love your voice and your song!

    In Christ/Michael D'Aigle less

  • 2
    "Broken Dreams" - Moscato
    Modern Rock / New Age
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    Very poppish catchy tune, the percussion is very precise and the mix is well done. Vocals stand out,... more Very poppish catchy tune, the percussion is very precise and the mix is well done. Vocals stand out, good quality in the voice, good lyrics, the balance of vocals to instruments is good. Good tune, good music, the melody is catchy, which is something a lot of these contemporary pop/rock tunes seem to lack. I'm very impressed and want to hear more from you guys. This is a top notch effort! less

  • 3
    Why War - Moscato
    Rock
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    Impecable Sound

    From the opening i was pulled in by the haunting Guitar that if you know like me it leads to a great... more From the opening i was pulled in by the haunting Guitar that if you know like me it leads to a great chorus of course it did this songs has all the things i love in a great tune Moscato is definitely on my radar the message was Incredible the delivery by vocalist was Tight Ta Def just the message was enough but the perfect audio was the icing on the cake had not found many worthy but Moscato 5 STARS !! less

  • 4
    YOUNGER MAN Promo - Jeff Crew
    Country
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  • 5
    The Thrill Of It All - Larry Cann
    Country / Country Rock
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    Great Job and Energy!

    Great energy and arrangement! The guitar parts are accenting everything in just the right places. Th... more Great energy and arrangement! The guitar parts are accenting everything in just the right places. The guitar riffs are well delivered and catchy. A really great mix and a well arranged and produced song. Top notch for this style. Great for this niche in the country market of this type. Not ground breaking but perfect for it's place in music. The pauses work great as reset points where it is just drums and the guitar bits and mutings or vocals. Very tight musicianship. Great job here! less

  • 6
    Angels going home - Rob Strong
    Acoustic / Singer Songwriter
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    High School Sweetheart by Thomas Krog and Ronald Humphrey - Ronald Humphrey
    Rock
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    The Silent ANZAC - Dave Norman
    Acoustic / Folk
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  • 9
    Naked - Slightly Left of Centre
    Pop
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  • 10
    Keith and Nola duet Help me - Keith Laird
    Soul
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    Keith and Nola duet Help me

    Simple and straight forward is often what works best in my ears. To me, the purity is much more sign... more Simple and straight forward is often what works best in my ears. To me, the purity is much more significant and the message reaches the listener better. Clearly emotional and rich in the experience of a good vocalist. Could this be a live recording? If not, you could spend more time balancing audio from the different instruments, so someone does not surpass others. Well done. Regards Lars Christian Størkersen, Norway. (Fresh Percussion Studio) less

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