ReviewA nice jazzy piece. The guitar lines are super-catchy. Melodic, hints of Wes, Roy Buchanon, George Benson, just a soothing smooth piece. Really really loving everything off this project so far. I am impressed with how well multiple guitar tracks are blended together to create a full sound, without percussion and other instrumentation. Solid production, solid performance, solid music. I find myself running out of words to use to express how impressed I am with your work. The fluidity of your guitar playing is top-notch.
The song One Leg Up On The ChairNice jazzy rhythms of the guitar starting from the beginning, pleasant blues harmonies and their turns, expressive solo of the guitar itself, very nice repetitive parts in the development of the guitar solo, which accelerate in the process of their development as well and create by this a pleasant listening atmosphere, and then equally slow down to the end of the song, making a pretty fine song ending, and the song is fine as well in its short form... - Congratulations!
muonbluzemore jazz than Blues but I love it ...Easy listening in the style of Les Paul . Easy segways from one part to another . Well put together and executed . Brilliant piece . I could listen to this anytime . I wish the artist much luck and good reviews on this piece
AWTHENTIC REVIEW!!!I think it's dope! I think it has a good sound and production. The track has presence but I think it needs to be recorded a little bit better as far as the mixing & mastering of the track itself. The production is very interesting and creative. I like the musical transitions. I can hear this beat on a soundtrack, an album, or certain radio stations. Drought Hustla
One Leg up on the chair muonbluzeBefore I listened to this song I saw the title not very long after I saw a cartoon of a guy with one leg up on a chair and bending over to tie the shoelace of the foot on the ground, I started to chuckle a bit as I clicked on this song, not really knowing what I was about to listen to. I found a pleasant surprise of hearing a fine mellow guitarists leaning back and playing what he feels to an intimate room of friends or even just to himself. This artists definitely knows his way around a guitar and makes it speak as if he is singing the lyrics with no words . A very nice tune indeed , which prompted me to go back and listen to others song by this artist and he has enough similar styled songs to make it a literal Guitar Suite suitable for sitting around enjoying Wine Thirty somewhere. I enjoyed your music very much and will listen often and recommend it to others as well. Wishing you great success with your endeavors and hope it is beneficial to not only your soul but your bank account. Go on and make it mellow it sounds good. Cheers, Tom Wiggins and da boys in da band
My point of viewInteresting harmony and sound. It could be more varied in term of timber and texture. There is room for improvement and it is worth to work at it, since it has interesting ideas. Occasionally the soloist performer plays not perfectly in time.
Kenny GRemind me of Kenny G. And yes it is fluffy and delightful. A nice walk during fall as the leaves gradually fall to the ground. That is what you sound reminds me off. A masterpiece. Jali K Johnson
Nice Groove!I like this! Reminds me of the kind of jazzish guitar you used to hear in clubs in the village and so forth around dinner time. A very nicely put together tune, the interplay between the rhythm and lead guitar are excellent and tight. This would be a great tune to listen to while driving through the mountains or to look at the changing foliage. I feel a bit cheated as the song is only 2:50 which force me to start it a second time... that's a good thing!!! Keep up the great work!
Nice!This is a great mix of a blues and jazz instrumental. Woody, mid tones combined with jazzy chords and structure. I can't quite figure out the title but as with most jazz creations it probably means something to the artist that isn't always apparent to the listener. All in all, nice background/mood music
Great TuneA nice early 70's feel to it (I expected to hear Janis Ian start singing). I'm partial to musical craftsmen and this guitarist is one of them. A deft touch combined with creative chord changes make this an excellent listening tune. Thanks for your wonderful talent.
muonbluze One Leg up on the ChairWhat a pretty piece of music guys, so lovely. Thanks for sharing with us. It makes me feel so chilled in the best possible way, could listen to it all day!! Congratulations on a masterpiece! All the very best for your future, God bless yas heaps! Always with love, Christine :)
Chillin'Appropriately named, I was missing percussion at first, then I read the name and I got it it truly conveys that kickin' it feeling which percussion wouldn't have allowed. Nice, easy listening tone on the guitar and relaxing groove. The guitarist's performance is solid, not particularly flashy, but smooth. Overall, I enjoyed the easy listening non-intensity and wouldn't have a problem listening to it again.
Easy Listening in the best way"One Leg Up on the Chair" certainly personifies its title. Picture it: you're at home, lounging after a long day at work, maybe with a beer. This is the soundtrack to that feeling, that no care in the world feeling where everything else is behind you. I dig the classical elements as well as the down home blues elements. The genres are well blended and not forced.
Jazzy BluesI really like the great melody in the song very unique and Jazzy very unique style keep on making great music and never stop creating Thank you for sharing your gift with the world and at anytime I would love to hear more of your music have a great day and may God continue to bless you in all that you go to create.
Hi muonbluze !Your song is very captivating and leads me to very sweet feelings, and it makes me remember happy moments. The combination of harmony and melody of both guitars give a touch of melancholy. The composition execution,mix and mastering is very nice. Congratulations.