Gimme Some Lovin'G Hanson's song is a pleasant reminder of Head East. Arrangement: A nice selection of musical instruments, well placed within the scope of the song's idea. Lyrics: This song has great potential to be a better song; The songs lyrics center around the phrase, "Gimme some lovin' Today" and is repeated throughout the songs length. I would suggest to write a more rounded approach to that phrase, because simply repeating the same thing over and over gets redundant. Vocals: Again, G Hansen has a unique voice and style, and with better lyrical content, could really capitalize on that uniqueness. Vocals are clear, and strong. I would suggest finding a song that lends itself to a hard driving Rhythm & Blues format. One that would make your vocals stand out and stare critiques in the face. Rod Stewart did, and he won! Mix: The mix is very good. Everything is place well within the boundaries of the scope of the entire track. I would suggest only that the vocal track be pulled back just abit, and add some nice "Large Club Reverb" to the overall mix. Keep up the good work! Also, I would be happy to help provide some lyrical ideas and collaborate on any song ideas you may have in the future. Cheers! Donivan.
good jobin this piece you breathe an air of freedom, an air hippies, green meadows nature in a nutshell woodstock. your voice reminds me of that of the aerosmith singer and also ilsound is very similar to that spectacular way of interpreting the music that is typical of that group. I believe you have all you need to become someone. On my part, I wish you good luck
Good SoundI like the intro and the words are fun. Reminds me a little of Rod Stewart kind of vocal in the days gone by. The guitar strikes on the main chords works, The strings sound good on here nice job. Keep up the good work.
DifferentIt is quite an interesting song. Overall the song is well written and arranged. Your lyrics are simple but effective and the musicianship is good. I like your introduction with the acoustic guitar and your use of the piano in between the verses. Very nice.
G.Hanson Here is My Review!Hey cool song the vocals were a little different but that's not a bad thing the music was played well and also well constructed I will say this there is a market for this type of music what you need to watch for is the right market for your songs and some good promotions good luck keep up the good work from James Milligan President/CEO,New Experience Records/Rick Ross Music Group/Universal Music Group.
HiI like your music very much and I think its very catchy. thought my friends like me, they will also like it and i just shared it on my fb. How to buy your album on google play?? I've been searching... but could not be found. or maybe you can upload more tunes here, I'm eager to hear more...thanks
Great potentialFirst off like the voice. You remind me of Michael Des Barres (Power Station, Silverhead, The Detectives) the raspy, love that. Instruments, played well, your good there. Production, the mix, all fine. Since your asking
This songThis song is catchy. It's not deep or complicated, it's kind of funny. The singers voice is a bit bizzare which I love. The mix is great. Grows on you! Best wishes to these guys!????????I love the simplicity which always seems that great songs are made of.
Stylish reviewI enjoyed the way the artist is singing in this song and even loved the music. I prefer extra verses put on this song that would make the song brilliant. There is originality in the melody line and I appreciate the vocals. Best of luck. Cheers from Nepal!!
Ohh Ohh SongI liked the introduction and how the band all came in together. (Suggest increasing the volume of the Acoustic Intro, then back it off when the rest of the Band comes in). There were some openings within the mix in which some basic volume control on all the instruments could make the tune sound better. Example, the Guitar was loud during the vocal in some spots and not totally consistent throughout and when the actual lead part was played, it sounded a bit lost in the mix. The piano shined throughout and the vocalist style also fit appropriately. I believe a one time bridge could really improve the song, to better engage the listener and give an opportunity to add some additional lyrics. Classic Rock is not known for deep story telling; however, if there was a bit more to it than is heard, I would have enjoyed the song better. I'd revisit the mix (I used headphones by the way at both high and low volumes to compare); Consider a bit more variety with a Bridge and think about adding to the overall story as I got the message after the very first verse and "ohh ohh chorus." Overall, a good tight performance.
Fine Rock SongThe song got a lot of power. The arrangement is well done and the voice fits well. There is feeling and emotion all over the place. I enjoyed listening and really can recommend it. Wish you success, man!
Lots of lovin' of this songQuite an enjoyable rocker with a melodic vibe. I suspect Steve Marriot and Humble Pie may have influenced the vocalist...if not, it might be because he's too young to have been around back then, but I'm digging this song's attitude. The playing is solid, the recording is clean and it's energetic! The lyrics ain't brain surgery and that is part of the charm of this song! Very cool!
hathawaymusic reviewNot fond of the vocals or the lyrics. Very limited music going on here. There is some talent but this song leaves a lot to be desired. The chorus really is my least favorite part of the song. The piano is my favorite part of the song
Ohh Ohh SongThis song remind me of WHO. Written in the best old rock traditions. Good rocognizible vocal. Nice piano playing. However, bass. drums and guitar are not enough bright. Quality of recording isn't enough good.