When producing an album, the producer often becomes a 4th/5th/6th member of the band (depending on the size of your band) and should offer a different prespective on your music - this works as its often hard to see where youre going wrong when looking from the inside. Bands like the Rolling Stones used this to great effect in their hayday, with Jimmy Miller hanging with the band and even filling in on other instuments. Many modern artists (Jake Bugg, Miles Kane etc) share co-writing credits with their producers
if youre the singer then you'll be safe - you cant replace a singer with someone who cant sing. anyway, unless your mates a complete twat then i doubt he'll ask you to leave. if i were you i'd take some time to get to know the new guitar player, what he can do and what he cant and enjoy playing guitar with another guy - it opens up way more possibilities for playing than just one guitar
1. I can't stand metal 2. I cant stand progressive music, i like in your face rock n roll 3. I hardly ever go out of my way to listen to new music 4. I dont have any music in my collection from a band that wasnt hugely popular 5. I have poison's greatest hits
No worries mate, honestys the best policy when it comes to music imo. found you on facebook and gave you a like - my bands called the brackets weve got a few rough demos recorded on our page if u wanna check em out. Break on Frees another well written song, killer chorus again - love the husky vocal too. how long u guys been going?
Listened to I Know What You Want - great track i love the groove - kinda like Stevie Wonder's Superstition with a killer chorus. If i could offer some advice maybe some more passion in the vocals on the chorus, it just feels like the singer's holding back a bit. Apart from that it's a quality track
Many people can put a solid instrumental piece together, but what seperates the best from the rest is quality lyrics that make a deep connection with people - still some riffs are so good they can carry a song but people still need to be able to sing along to something