THE BLEEDING ROSE / TRANSMISSION / The Girl I'll Never Know - studio version

Beautiful sound

Congratulations. I think that your song is a marvellous composition. It is so gentle and well done. You took special care on every detail of the tune. The lyrics are great aswell. I was captured by the story. And the background vocals you added so carefully just in reduced moments are outstanding. Normally I do not compare musicians or music, but, in more then 3 occasions while listening to your song, George Harrison came to my mind. I find your tune really great. Keep up with the good work. All the best. Chris

A beautiful Folk-pop piece !!

So this one goes along the traditions of folk ballads and does that very well - the 3/4 rhythm strumming of acoustic guitar and the rusty lead vocals are musical elements that go back in time for almost as long as people hit strings to accompany their stories. The whole arrangement follows tradition in a very strict manner - no distorted electric guitars or overly modern keyboards - these guys stick with the plan. The result is an emotional, lyric and somewhat romantic song that is easy to like and sticks with you almost immediately. It does not re-invent anything but rather does what it promises with skill and earnest intention. It definitely enters my "favorite" list.

Keep on going that way everything's OK!

Sometimes it reminds me of The Beatles, but it has it's own touch, mixed with a little country style and very relaxed story telling singing. Sound production is very well, all is crystal clear and crisp. Performance is the same. I see the images of that film in my mind from which the song is the soundtrack to... Overall a very good tune to be proud of. Keep on going that way everything's OK!

Stolen heart review

The song is very simple listening. The lyrics touched my heart somehow as I can feel with the song that the lyrics is being composed in the name of of the lady. The acoustic performance of the guitar is very catchy and fantastic. The voice is the artist is also lovely but the singer doesn't seem that he is from Australia, hahaha not joking seriously saying that the accent does not seem to be Aussie one. Anyways, overall performance is perfect and I love this song. Best wishes. Cheers from Nepal!!!

Cool Track

"The Girl I'll Never Know" by THE BLEEDING ROSE is an excellent example of both pro sounding and well constructed musical excellence. The vocals are clear and well balanced within the mix, the lyrics are thought provoking and written very well. The guitar part in the mid 8 section is a great addition that serves to almost provide a melancholic feel to the song. The overall timbre of the song is solid and strong. Cool track.

Girl!

Interesting to see this classified to review as Rock, Folk Rock and Psychedelic Rock. I might agree with Folk Rock, but this is definitely not Rock in a traditional sense. This harkens back to 60's folk music that you'd hear around a campfire or peace rally. The commercial appeal for this is limited, but for those who enjoy this style of music, it's fresh and vibrant to the ears.

THE GIRL I'LL NEVER KNOW

THE SONG HAS A AN INTERESTING MINOR CHORD STRUCTURE AND AN ALMOST KINKS LIKE NURSERY RYHME VIBE TO IT I KEPT WAITING FOR THE SONG TO BUILD INTO A GREATER PRODUCED TRACK WITH A MIDDLE EIGHT AND DRUMS THIS REALLY IS AN ACCOUSTIC VERSION GUYS THE SONG HAS LOADS OF POTENTIAL PERSONALLY I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR THE TRACK RE WORKED WITH SOME MORE CHORD CHANGES TO ADD OVERALL DIVERSITY AND MORE TENSION AND RELEASE

Lonesome longing......

A folky sweet tune that captures quite well a sort of bittersweet longing.......kinda has a whiff of John Lennonish aroma. Nice melody in the vocals and music. Buz Fuggard sez it's highly recommended for early morning and late night listening. Scott Vegas Hyenas
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