Biker StyleApplause to your music. Never seem to stop impressing. I'm giving it five stars and naming it Biker Style simply because that's what I felt. Cruising on a motorcycle in a nice hot summer day with a fly honey on the back seat wrapping her arms around my waist. Keep it up. Your music is an art that people can relate to.
Apasionante soledadFantástica recreación musical con solos de guitarra que acompañan sin dejar lugar a la melancolía aunque sí a la nostalgia de los orígenes del rock. Enriquecedor para el espíritu! Un aliento necesario para afrontar el día a día!
Superb!This artist has the full potential to bring back what we all love and know as classic rock n roll. If this artist keeps up this specific pace in song writing, we could easily see a resurgence of the genre in the Texas region.
Jsjsjwould really like honest feed back on this particular song thinking about putting it on my breakout mixtape All criticism is welcomelease get a listen and comment as you would if it was your creation. Opinion is great, but i hope you will critic this as a listener. I would really like honest feed back on this particular song thinking about putting it on my breakout mixtape All criticism is welcomelease get a listen and comment as you would if it was your creation. Opinion is great, but i hope you will critic this as a listener.
Quantum leap!!What a track from SOGP music. Quantum state? More like Quantum leap. Its dynamic, fresh, bright and downright groovy. The textures are gloriously harmonic and really add flavour to the track.
groove-rock feel instrumentalDespite my relatively negative previous reviews of this artist, this recording has more meat on it than in the ones I've heard in the past. The drums are solidly delivered in holding down the rhythm section. As is typical of several other offerings, the organ samples are used to pad the chords, filling out the sonic landscape without any actual other apparent use, not that it matters if that's the goal. These samples are straight forward overdriven classic rock B3 sounds without any variation using a Leslie, different presets or noticeable expression--a common trait from this artist. If there's anything that I would like to hear more improvement on, it's the guitar work. The tones and effects are fine, but it's fairly stock performance that would not, under other circumstances, even get my attention--as if they were more of an afterthought done in as few takes as possible. The guitarist could be more adventurous and the music could have greater dynamics. That being said, this is the best piece so far from this act that I've reviewed. On a personal note, my previous reviews would have been better if I had heard recordings along this line, but by being honest about what I listened to, I garnered immature flack from what appeared to be a thin-skinned immature artist who was bragging that they were going to block me from reviewing them....SO MUCH FOR THAT, HUH?
CoolKeep on rocking! There is no other way, keep on training, keep on recording, it will be better each time. Nothing more to say, but it stills at least 40 characters more required kkk :D So I keep on bla bla...