That's a Hit!It's rare to step on a song so well conceived and produced, specially when lurking around on social networks. So when I first started listening at "hit and run" I was immediatly captured by the nice drums, bass, guitar and harp work. Vocal parts are well tought and arranged, and when the hammond comes out behind everything, it's a joy to listen at the whole thing. Guitar solo too is just as it should be, I can't say there's something that should pe played or arranged in a different or better way. I just want to play the track on my speakers, again and again, and every time I can notice a new detail which I love. Only suggestion on my part is to have the song mastered in a lil different way, with a lil more push. Anyway, you did it GREAT!
Hit & Run Paul MandacaI love it when I find a song to review on this site that has been well thought out and produced before asking for it to be reviewed, the sign of a good artist often shine through when they do not need to have approval or anybody's opinion on it before releasing it to be heard. This song has nice flowing Guitar work, and good accompaniment throughout, good lead and background vocals and solid drums add flavor to the song as well. My only suggestion for improvement would be to bring the lead vocals up a bit in the mix to the front and more predominate and back the instrumentation down a wee bit to let them shine and make the lyrics more clear in the strong parts. Good song and good work Paul, wish you tons of success with it. Tom Wiggins and da boys in da band.