Good to see you around here again! Thank you for the review, I appreciate it. On my song "You Have to Decide", the drums were 100% programmed by me (with a Korg TR-Rack synth module and an Alesis sequencer on that song). Though when I use toontrack drums (computer software), the drums are usually (though not always) mostly MIDI drum patterns that are from toontrack that are played by professional drummers. OK, now onto your recording. Before I even listened to your song, the title "Gilligan's Redemption" cracked me up! The guitar playing is good, and so is the mix. I wasn't very familiar with the original Bob Marley song, so I listened to that on youtube. Your recording is a clever mash-up of 2 separate songs. Due to that song, and other Bob Marley songs, I wondered about Marley's religious beliefs. Long story short, I learned quite a bit regarding Rastafari on wikipedia. Now the age old question: Ginger or Mary Ann? Hard for me to choose. Both were pretty in the 60's. I am tall and I like tall women, so Ginger has that advantage for me. I appreciated Ginger's glamour, though I also appreciated Mary Ann was more down to earth. Glamour can be expensive though. I had a girlfriend (she dumped me twice ~30 years ago) that was obsessed with fashion and clothing. She often looked glamorous but her fashion addiction got her into financial trouble with credit card companies. I'm not usually that keen on red hair on women, though Ginger's shade of red hair looked good on her. After doing a google search, it seems "Mary Ann" (Dawn Wells) has aged better than "Ginger" (Tina Louise). OK, I think I'm done making a fool out of myself by objectifying women. I found your recording entertaining.