Calm after the Storm Pirate of the HeartThis song to my ears sounds more like Grunge Rock trending Pop than Blues. That being said, it has catchy lyrics that could stand to be bumped up a bit and forward in the mix for effect. Nice guitar solo, and solid rhythm behind it all throughout from the other guitar with the incessant beat driving the song all the way . I enjoy hearing how musicians in other countries play and add their ideas to American music genres. Keep Rockin' Pirate of the Heart.. Tom Wiggins and da boys in da band Saint Gabriel's Celestial Brass
80's soundIt remind me of the time when I was a kid. It's clean, pure, and neat. Riding on a smooth road with grassy plains on both sides. Meditating about how good life is and and how much better it is to become. Keep up the vibe.
Pirate of the heartI love this song and the vocals are top notch .It has a great beat and flow and message . The only suggestion I have for this song is that , as an old Bass / lead guitar player , I would add a strong Bass line all the way through and I believe the vocals would really " pop " . Good luck with it , Cliff
Noisy muck.There was a day when music was made by musicians playing instruments and the words of songs had a relationship with it. Whoever thought this irritating, unmelodic, ridiculous racket would appeal to normal people needs help in the mental department. The words sound as if they should be accompanied by a guitar or piano rather than a computerised noise machine. Still, it takes all sorts and who knows if a demented loony, stuffed full of drugs up to the eyeballs, might grasp this sad attempt of blues to his/her bosom in desperation and hope.
Top Notch PieceI have been abroad, studying every language of every culture, trying to search for words that can possibly give this piece the credit it was due, and at length I found that there are no words in any human language that can possibly express its magnificence. Even this review undermines the actual quality of the song so much that it saddens me to the point of despair, and the only thing that keeps me going are those cleverly placed dominant seventh chord inversions with the median tone in the root , that decorate this song through and throughout.
MoodyMoody, picturesq, future drama, simple arrangement but done with much imagination. Toys used to produce but not overly done. Mixing/production done well. The instrumental at mid way fits nicely. A good vocalist, again using toys, but not too much, fits nicely with the idea of the piece. I can see this at a college campus, or night spots. Not really my "cup of tea" but I thought it to be a very good piece over all. Much fortune to you Pirate of the heart and best regards, ArlenSongs