This rendition is pure magic!
Good stuff Debo.....Donkey
debz. this is my favourite song from you. I still don't understand it, but I love it!!! :P
best cover of this I've seen, anytime, anyday. Better than Opeth, I daresay. Your vocals are beautiful. :)
The vocals sound awesome to me. I haven't a single negative critique to offer. It all works for me -- Rock on!
Very nice solo. Great.
Yeah, this one really works for me -- haunting yet gorgeous, always an intriguing combination. Great job -- Rock on!
Digging your picking style -- sweet!
Yes, I love it -- Rock on!
You have an interesting approach to doing vocal tracks -- certainly out of the box. Your instrumental tracks are quite tasty.
The vocal track peaks in a few places, but otherwise it's a beautiful mix down.
Lose the tremolo - makes the vocals sound weak. Otherwise fantastic. Retains the flavour of the original and its barely suppressed violence, though with a dreamy bluesy guitar; if this was deliberate, was it intended to be ironic, considering the lyrics? I wish you were here so that we could discuss it in details.
That makes total sense! Again, really good song!
Thanks for your comment on my song a while back. I like this song, a a lot. The building of intensity in the first few minutes is really well done. I do have a question. Are you going to credit William Ernest Henly (probably no relation to Don) for your use of his entire poem "Invictus"?
Eerie, disturbing, lulls you with the first few bars into a sense of security and your comfort zone only to rip apart the illusions and render you forever, an unquiet soul.
I love this, it paints a vivid picture in my mind Great Job
AWESOME!!!!! yes! + positive affirmative very good!
this is actually a cover of a cover. the original song is by the Vaselines, I would give it a listen, it's far superior to the Nirvana cover IMHO.
nicely covered! You can never go wrong with Nirvana :)
I wish I could work the DAWs like you could. This is so beautiful. If possible...someday I'd really like to collaborate with you. You make such good soundscapes! Much respect, sir.
I have so many fond memories of this song. My mom used to sing this to me when I was a kid. Thank you so much for making this. This is a beautiful rendition.
Since you showed interest in my songs, I thought I'd check yours out too. But by god, this is impressive! Reminds me of 'Treasure Island' - one of my most favourite books of all time. Thank you for creating this. I love, love, love this.
I like, I like. Makes me wanna buy one of them cowboy hats and go yeehaw on outlanders!
And about your comment on one of my songs - Chikara; I thought that crediting him was unnecessary since almost everyone has heard or read of that poem. It was rather redundant, or so I felt. Thanks again, sir!
this is electronica with gothic vibes, heavy stuff. I like this man.
\m/ I really like this.
Very surprising to see a Bollywood-ish song here. Classifies as world music, I guess? You got the voice of a proper playback singer.
beautiful! i like it!
the country scene here wouldn't be the same without you, sir.
haha, i can relate. you also got the temple ambiance down pat.
So polished...Man I'm stoked to hear this. As another guy put it, this one's a scorcher.
you weren't kidding when you said massive amount of fuzz. LOL. It turned out to be very Hendrix-y. Foxy Lady style, yeah. Sounds very good.
what is this style of music you do? its so bloody interesting!
i really wish i had smart comments to make about your song titles, like you do with mine, but I'll settle for favourite-ing it :D
the delay effect was annoying for me. But I really digged the composition, sir.