Katrina combines a beautiful voice with touching lyricsFantastic traditional country song with touching lyrics, clean guitar and keyboard arrangement, and beautiful voice. The production is clean and not overproduced like so many pop country songs. Reminds me of Reba or Dolly.
Great songKatrina, great song done very well. It's good to hear a classic tune redone with such a talented singer. I love your voice. Keep up the good work, I'm sure many other people are anxious to hear more from you
thank you for sharingyour music is nice i like it thank you for sharing with me,i would like to hear more of your music i will tell all about you and your music god bless you and your family...! when you say nothing at all..!
Emotional And Heartfelt Love SongA beautiful plucked guitar sets the tone for this emotional love song from singer songwriter Katrina Webster. Musicians did a good job supporting the singer in this solid organic sounding recording. Some smooth harmonies fill in the last section of the song and it's quite nice. Katrina performs with conviction and passion. I would love to hear the record in a new light if it was brought up to radio by a great record producer who could recognize what is needed to elevate the vocal to the polished sound that radio would embrace. But even with this, Katrina brought this in nicely. I look forward to hearing more from this talented artist.
A REAL quality vocalist .......What can I say Katrina .... you have quality, style, and above all real feeling for country in your voice. Your delivery is excellent and the choice of this song shows the true depth of your talent. Keep on singing songs like this it and we will be hearing more and more of ''KATRINA WEBSTER'' from Hamilton New Zealand. Thanks for sharing this with me and here's wishing you lots more success for your future. Kind regards, Johnny Ramone of Angel International Management
Katrina Webster reviewI've been writing songs, singing them, and playing my guitar for over forty years. I teach people how to write a song. Where do I start with this one? My goodness. Your voice has potential. I would suggest a vocal coach. The lyrics, are one cliché after another. No hook lines that I can hear. I have the ability to pick million seller songs, before they even reach top ten on the charts. I have never been wrong. If you want this song to work, you will have to add many hook lines. And be descriptive. In other words, describe what you are talking about, don't just read it to me like a letter..Send me the lyrics, I can try to fix it. Your voice on the bottom end, is quite nice. Try to sound like yourself. In conclusion, rewrite the song, work on your voice. Good luck to you in the future. DON'T EVER GIVE UP, if this is your passion.
Thank You Katrina.Hi Katrina, from across the ditch. Just wanted to thank you for posting your version of one of my all time favourite songs, and you do it splendidly. I'm looking forward to hearing all of your music in the future. My kindest regards, Ken.
Great job!I am really impressed with your talent! Keep up the great work! We need more raw talent in the music industry. I look forward to hearing more in the future. I love classic country music more than anything. KC
Plain and simpleNot the first cover version of this song if I remember well - this one's plain and simple without hardly any gimmicks or unnecessary add-ons, so the song can explore its naked beauty. Well done in this sense. I noticed that you didn't transpose the instrumental part but stayed in the main tune of the song, deviating from the original. I'm not sure whether this is the right thing to do; the song doesn't have many highlights then but just goes along for 4 and a half minutes. Maybe you should re-think this option. Your voice is clean and bright, with baybe a bit too much of vibrato in the beginning; it sounds a bit unsure in the first verse. And the guitar tones in the second verse sound a bit artificial to me. But these are just details...
A Good EffortThis one leaves me wanting just a little bit more from Katrina's voice. Just a little pitchy here and there Some stronger backing vocals would help this record too. The song is well written with a good rhyme structure. The story is told straight ahead with no unnecessary riddles to solve. I'm a fan of this style. The record is nicely recorded and sounds mastered. Good choice of instruments. I don't love the drum sound. Maybe a little less compression would help. All in all I like it and wish you luck in all you do......DW
When You...reviewKatrina sings her country from the heart. To take on such a monster hit it takes guts. Keith Whitley the original artist was a hard act to follow but Katrina has done a nice take on an all time classic. I personally do like the male voice on this song but what a nice take without reinventing the wheel.
When You Say Nothing At AllI enjoyed listening to this song. I appreciate the simplicity of the arrangement and the sincerity of the lyrics on this track. Solid structure and production make this a very strong song. Keep up the good work!
When you say nothing at allKat. I really like your version of 'When you say nothing at all'. The music is great. You have a great singing voice. I just love it. One of my favourite songs too. Well done. You could do cover versions of this. Wish you all the best with your music. Nicoole
Very GoodWell sung and a very beautiful voice here. Very nice job on this. Having the background vocals in there where they should be was sweet. A lot of people forget about that part. The combination of that with the instrument tones and sounds blended well making the chorus come across very powerful. the mixture of instrument types and the fiddle sounds at the end were a nice touch. I like this version a lot! Very good job here!
WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL - Review by Lora StanleyKatrina, musically, I think you did a fantastic job on this rendition of Keith Whitley's WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL. You have a strong vocals and I think you could make this better by more variation between a soft rasp in some parts and break into your stronger and fuller vocal in others to make it sound more feminine and vulnerable. I would also slow the tempo down when you get to the chorus so it seems less rushed, sliding gently over the ears and suspending the listener in time with their own reflections of love. Go for a softer version of this particular song even though you have greater vocals to pull off bigger songs. Great job!