#1
Hey Guys,

My take on the Oscar Benton classic, Bensonhurst Blues:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYB1jJBzXRE

Havent done vocals much, would love to hear your criticism on the recording and everything else.

Thanks!

Please leave a link for me to check your stuff out at.
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#2
Nice man I like your guitar playing, and that lead sounds really nice! you've got some deep sounding blues vocals there and I like that! Ill be honest I've actually never heard the original so ill take a listen to it now but I do like this and thanks for the crit on my track
#3
They were some smooth tones you were getting. Good to hear those Knopfler style melodic phrases in the lead. I felt it was a little too long and maybe the vocals could be a bit more forward in the mix, or a bit less verb.

Good work.
#5
Very nice man. I like your voice, it really suits the song and there is some really nice lead guitar in there. I haven't heard the original to be honest though.
Also, I like the Guitar Tone
#6
Very smooth playing man. I'm a little wasted and it had me straight vibin'
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#7
Thank you all for having a listen and your feedback!

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Cheers!
Quote by jpnyc
You are what they call a “rhythm guitarist”. While it's not as glamorous as playing lead you can still get laid. Especially if you can sing and play.




Beer is the solutions to the world's problems.

#8
Guitar tone and playing sounds nice! Always a good start I like the lead playing and the vocals are nice and relaxed. The soloing is really tasty as well, I personally would've liked to have heard a bit of percussion and other instruments to help develop the dynamics of the song. Otherwise really good playing!

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#10
sorry for taking so long to reply back!

Guitar tones sound very nice, love the subtle distortion on the lead guitar. The vocals fit well but seem a bit distant from the guitars. Overall very nice job!