This Train

You have definitely achieved Producing the concept. One can visualize a train pulling out of a station slowly and then picking up speed. The element of surprise is the ending when the train is slowing down. This is definitely a song that people will be stomping their toes to. And it's one in which most will be amazed at the musicianship In being able to play this. The song is radio ready and should get airplay on stations that play this genre. Very good song and wishing you the best with This Train. John Silvestri ALLRS Music
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This Train

Rockin' tune! You set the mood for leaving on a train. Then I felt like I was transported to a different time. Love the music arrangement, great! vocals. I couldn't stop tapping my foot. The song has bit of a rockabilly feel to it. This to me was a very nice change, nicely done!
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"This Train" Instrumental

Sir, I admire your skills & that of your band. How did I feel while listening? Well my feet couldn't stay still, a definant "toe Tapper". Seriously this piece totally demonstrated extensive practicing & this is what I look for in any genera of music. Has the artist seriously practiced. I commend you I actually couldn't hear any discrepancies. The mix of instruments was well balanced, one instrument didn't over power the others. The inclusion of the vocal was nice & necessary for one not familiar with that tune. Keep it up !
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Kenneth Warner

HEY just letting you know that the song is great keep up the good work and continue to chase your dreams and also check out my single Love that lasts a lifetime by Kenneth Warner and our Band page Suthern Accent

"This Train" is bound for glory!

From a dead stand still this train starts out moving slow'n easy down the track. With a solo harmonica and rhythm spoons this train chugging down the track feels like the start of a ride on the orange blossom special. Cool fresh air starting to go faster and faster until she's at speed rocking and rolling down the track. The different instrument solos bring this songs energy level up to full steam and it feels like there is so much momentum behind the ensemble that this train is bound for glory. Finally after a whirlwind jam it all peaks then this amazing train starts to slow down, down, down. Then she pulls into the station and it's the end of this wild, wonderful ride and we get to sit and bask in the afterglow of this awesome experience.
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Hi

Great work on Harmonica..it will enthusiasm in the crowd..is like life on the beginning slow..faster and faster and slow again..and stop..it is a Good Song and it will stay as an instrumental also..I do not see any problem to pitch it to AM / FM Radio Stations and Music Publishers..Good arrangement and nice vocal right for the song..I really like to know what the " Big People " in Music Industry will say..but I would like to see Your Bad Life on The Concert...I wish You good luck..
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Hi

I like this song A lot. Nice storyline, chord changes, Melody and some instrumental hooks Within. I think the lead break is maybe a bit too long but more importantly the intro is certainly too long before the vocals start. As you are most likely aware of in the music industry A&R makes their decisions to pass or accept within 20 seconds I don't think the vocals start within that time frame. And they don't accept the song based on the intro unless it's something like Satisfaction or Honky Tonk Women by the Stones. For a life performance no problem. I think it's worth repeating that in the music industry music industry players never really listened to the entire song they base their past or accept within 20 seconds. I hope you find this helpful and wishing you the very best with the song
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This Train

Hi Francois. Awesome harmonica skills. I like how the other instruments were gradually added in as the trip progressed. The song was very fast, which is great, but the words were kind of hard to understand if one didn't know the song before hand. It felt like a full trip, pulling out of the station, rolling through the country side, and then into the next station. Super. :) Keep up the great work. Blessings, Trev
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Harmonica madness!

Reminiscent of Train, Train, this spicy tune starts with a hopping instrumental. The vocal doesn't add much but the solo's make it worthwhile. Would surely get the weekend bar crowd on their feet and bouncing around. I like the guitar and the drums are very fast and active. All in all I enjoyed this one and would love to see them in a bar as they definitely have a lot of spunk and energy! Good job guys and keep rocking that country, bluegrass! :)
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Fast train running

This is for sure a nice peace of Bluegrass music played with a lot of virtuosity. I like Bluegrass, however playing it that fast may be nice for a live performance to get your audience up to their feet, but listening to it on my stereo makes me nervous and I would probably turn it down after a minute (my wife after ten seconds). I also didn't understand at full the structure of the song, I was expecting some more vocals once after they appeared. So you asked how I feel about your song, this is my honest answer.
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great sound

What a bang if you like twang and true old traditional music, your band has that sound that is slipping away from us, keep up the good work Everything was right on key I enjoyed the tune. .Lester D.
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review by Mike

Introduction started a little slow and then picked quickly. Harmonica playing is pretty good and this is true blue Bluegrass music. Not my style, but appreciate all types of music if it's done well. This song is more of a instrumental with lots of harmonica featured as the main instrument. Although I wouldn't choose to listen to this song again, it did showcase the performers talent instrumentally and not vocally.
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Nice harp player!!

Hey man, your song really rocks!! I love the harp intro. The lead guitarist is very tasteful, too. Loved the lyrics...I remember this old gospel song quite well. You did an excellent rendition! My only negative comment would be that the drums sound like "fake" drums, and not a live kit. There is no dynamic in them. But sir, that harp is REALLY cool!!!! I thoroughly enjoyed this song!! Best wishes!
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talent

This is not my style of music but this guy is talented. As people in the music business we have to listen with open ears, an open mind and let the music in. The only way to really judge music is to see if it effects your soul, and this music cetainly does.
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This train is fast!

This version of the Gospel classic of the song, This train, is a fast and energetic version. The prowess on the harmonica is dominant throughout and the player has a great understanding of the instrument. The drums are definitely fast country but with a hint of punk. Sometimes it sounds like Stewart Copeland was playing himself. The vocals are not bad but not great. NO DISRESPECT TO THE SINGER MEANT. I CAN TELL THAT ENGLISH IS NOT HIS FIRST LANGUAGE. This being the case, I was glad the song kept mainly an instrumental approach which was fresh and enjoyable albeit, quite fast. Thumbs up! Cheers!
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