#1
yup, on your porch by the format. Lovely song I think. Its been ages since ive posted on here due mostely to school but maybe with this lull in the work load i can start being more active again

http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=5arxCGtfAwk&feature=channel_page

Thanks for the comments/crit

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Soul
"Through every dark night there is a bright day after that so no matter how hard it gets, stick your chest out, keep your head up, and handle it."
#2
I haven't heard the song before, but it's pretty nice Are you playing the guitar? It's hard to tell? You have a pretty nice mellow tone. Playing seems perfect. Great job on singing at the same time. I have trouble doing that. Speaking of which you have a nice voice. Maybe push it a little bit more. At some times it sounds more like talking. It'd probably help if you stood up.

Great job though I'm gonna check out the original

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#3
thanks
yeah im playing the guitar as well
"Through every dark night there is a bright day after that so no matter how hard it gets, stick your chest out, keep your head up, and handle it."
#4
Cheers for your comment on my song.

Never heard the song before but I had a listen to the original after listening to yours. You did a great cover, your voice suits this type of music really well.

It was a bit too quiet though but maybe thats just my laptop speakers.
#5
The guitar playing is decent but I think you have a lot of work to do with your vocals. This is a good start, though. You need to work on your singing technique and make your vocals sounds more like singing. Stand up when you sing and learn the right breathing technique so you can get more power to your voice. I noticed some pitch issues as well. So, yeah keep playing and singing.
#6
It sounded good to me, as said above, maybe work on your vocal technique to get power to your voice; it was almost spoken word at some points, then again I haven't heard the original so that could be like the song.

Only problem I had with it is that it's unbelievably quiet, I had to turn my stereo up to 15 to just hear it, for most other songs I can hear it on 2 so maybe boost the sound somewhat if you record it again.

Work on your vocals and carry on with the guitar it was good, keep it up.

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