#1
Hi Everyone,
I did a 'when the levee breaks' cover....my band and I play it out quite a bit and thought hey why not record it .....so here it is.
pretty much though this is me with a perc. player.....did some tracking you know....anyway let me know what you think.

http://toddcecil.blogspot.com/

Cheers
T
#2
Pretty damn good, man. Really enjoyed it.

Keep jamming,

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#3
its really good. but it just doesnt have that edge. you're almost just playing it you gotta feel it. otherwise i really like it. props.
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#6
wow. thats pretty damn good. love the vocal harmonies for the most part. the percussion is nice, maybe make it a little more prominent?
#7
I like it, but the falsetto in the background is a little off putting for me.
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#10
i like it, its great, and though its got a different sound it compares with the original
#11
wow dude, very professional, that was better than great, thats a real cover... mind if i ask what ur posting ur music on here for though?

btw i have a Gibsifone S Paul too!
#12
Thanks man ur too cool.......guess I am posting to get feedback.
I am an indie musician...meaning independent....also meaning unsigned.
Which is all great but all the exposure I get is through the shows I play and through the internet. So any listening to my music online is a good thing, and I get to meet new people.
I wish I didn't have to post songs for sale, but that is all part of trying to live as a musician in the internet world...and a way for me to keep producing......
Geez I think i over answered your question......hope all that isn't too much....anyway cheers everyone for the listens and thank you everyone for the purchasing of the tune.
Todd