review forever yoursa nice little tune by Dana and Mike Ingram great musical intruduction blends right into some great vocals bythee two stars set down and pull up a chair and enjoy the guitar licks and the bass licks and the whinning fiddle and the drums not missing a beat and the harmony of these two great singers i hope you enjoy as much as I did, a love stroy thaT UNFLODS AS THE SONG PROGRESSES RIGHT UP TO THE END. nOTE THE MUSICAl artist thaT ADDS TO THIS SONG. ALL ARE VERY STRONG .
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clear recordingI like the instruments very nice. The harmonies are well done. Good phrasing on the melody lines. Nice lyrics the banjo sound seems to add just enough country feel to the song. Nice guitar track as well. Nice Work
Forever Yours DuetThis was absolutely beautiful! My first time hearing any of your songs and I am loving what I am hearing Your voices blended so wonderfully together and I am looking forward to hearing more from you in the future. Many blessings, Vicki
PensiveDana, You have a very nice voice, and I thought the instrumentation was really good. The lyrics were well written like a love story put to music. I enjoyed hearing Mike, although it seemed that the key was a little too high for him at times. It's difficult when you have a male/female duet so good job!
Forever YoursHey Dana: I've been having the best time, looking up your music and listening to some pretty fabulous songs. I really love listening to the duets the two of you have going on. Very special music, makes my body and soul feel wonderful inside. Just close my eyes, and dream of faraway places, gentle breezes, or sitting by the river banks. I have been truly touched by what you do. If you ever get some down time, please check out my original "Don't You Just Leave Me".... Sally Morgan on N1M. Cheers.
Beautiful SingingYou duet partner sounds like Big Al Anderson of NRBQ. Nice song, think about placing the hook/chorus.. it takes 2 minutes before it happens. Good solid musicianship, the backing tracks sound real nice.
Really niceNice voice you've got there Dana. The male voice should be in my opinion in the background in the service of you're singing. I'll think it would be much stronger and sounds overwhelming. It seems to carrie your voice so heavenly. Also the music sounds great. just as it should be, the color, the spirit. It has all what a really good songs need whiteout getting bored. I don't hear always good music, but finally here is one.
yesForever Yours duet featuring Mike Ingram is a very romantic piece, very introspective, exquisitely melodic, decidedly country. the piece gives back to the listener unique sensations, as it could be the vision of a painting that shows an uncharted, luxuriant nature and that every time you look at it gives you something, a detail, a new stroke of color in the grayness of a life without start this piece is the rainbow
Reviewed by Mike StewartBeen collaborating with Dana for years, so I'm a little bias with my review. Dana and Mike are 1st class in my book and have always performed well. This was written for my wife and the words still hold true till this day. Many have questioned the title of the song and how it was not part of the lyrics; which is not uncommon in the music industry. It's true I've could have name it "I could never get enough of your love" but I wanted a title that would define my love for my wife and I felt " Forever Yours" had a stronger connection. Anyway, I love the song and especially I enjoy listening to Dana and Mike with all my work and also their work as well. They also song a duet with another song of mine called "My Lorna Doon" look it up and review. Thanks
Forever YoursNice song guys. Do you think that you might be able to drop the song an octave? The artist singing the male part seemed to have trouble reaching the highest notes at the "just when I feel" part. Nice arrangement between male/female parts. Nice use, and mix, of instruments. Nice harmonies. Some spots could use a bit tighter vocals, but over-all pretty good. Nice chopping with the guitar. It seemed to give a sense of emotional progression of the story. Nice use of the electric guitar for the cross-over into the next portion of the story. Keep it Dana. Blessings, Trev. :)
Solid songThe lyric of the song is a bit simple and cliche but it works quite well here. The feel of the song is ok, it's nicely arranged, but certainly a bit to dated for todays radio. Unfortunately the singing messed the whole thing up a bit. The song is definitely not in the right key for the male vocalist.
Mid tempo balladGood opening line about growing older and wiser. The vocalist is struggling with the high notes but the melody is solid. It's a personable heartfelt song and has commercial potential. Good song the instruments are solid, good lead guitar. This is type of song you'd hear on American Idol or similar shows. Why is the song called Forever Yours, I can never get enough of your love is what I thought the title was. Anyway, good pro effort and best of luck pitching this to an artist. You're well on your way!
Forever Yours duetI absolutely love your song! It's very beautiful! You both have amazing voices and are very talented! You both definitely have a future in the music industry!! Keep up the great work! I hope to hear more from you!
On Forever Yours.Love all the songs you have done. Amazing Work. You are both a Terrific contributor To Songs with Heart. Keep it up Look forward to the Next. Your friend, kevin j herman kevinjhermanmusic, Chicago