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Re: vocal critique...blue rail road train (reply)
You have a naturally good and interesting voice. Your pitch is fine. You have a style already & it's a good 'un!
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kydave

03/28/15 5:46 PM
Re: First attempt at songwriting - looking for advice (reply)
Anyone care to share some thoughts on the songs? I know the performances need tons of work, but I am interested in finding out what others think about the songs themselves (imagine them performed by your favorite singer...
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Lars68

03/28/15 5:23 PM
Re: vocal critique...blue rail road train (reply)
Thank you for your time. I'm really new to singing and trying to find my style. I know I don't have an "American Idol voice"....don't want one. I just want to get to the point to where I can get by comfortably at a jam session or even an...
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daq

03/28/15 5:04 PM
Re: vocal critique...blue rail road train (reply)
Agree with Dave.  Intonation was on target and definitely passable and good to listen to.  I don't have a great voice but do have a good ear and have sung off and on in different formats over the years.  The last couple of years I've...
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RustyStill

03/28/15 4:55 PM
Re: vocal critique...blue rail road train (reply)
Darn good!  Your vocal tone & style is very appealing on this song.  No smoke blowing... I'm a singer and have no problem saying nothing at all if I have nothing good to say.  MaryAnn thought so, too, and she's even more critical...
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kydave

03/28/15 3:21 PM
Re: vocal critique...blue rail road train (reply)
any thoughts....
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daq

03/28/15 1:04 PM
First attempt at songwriting - looking for advice (topic)
I have recently been starting to try and write songs. I have done two so far. I would very much appreciate advice as to how I can improve them. Unfortunately, my guitar skills are rudimentary at best, and my singing terrible. So, I would...
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Lars68

03/27/15 10:30 PM
"Turn The Page" (topic)
http://www.fandalism.com/jlustick/czWEA cover of the Bob Seger song "Turn The Page."
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jlustick

03/26/15 1:19 AM
Re: My Opening Farewell... a Jackson Browne cover (reply)
Very nice!!!!!!
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jlustick

03/26/15 1:10 AM
Re: Post your Reverb Nation Page (reply)
http://www.reverbnation.com/jrl?profile_view_source=header_icon_nav The link to my Reverbnation page.
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jlustick

03/26/15 1:00 AM
Re: Travellin Song (reply)
I really like the song (and the picking). Great feel. Anxious to hear the Gospel album. Keep going Rick. You're flying high.dhcrow
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dhcrow

03/18/15 4:55 PM
Re: Travellin Song (reply)
Bill doing a lot of writing indeed. Cindy and I are working on a Gospel album with 4-5 of our own compositions and another 4-5 public domain tunes. Going to be guitar, vocal, some mandolin, and a bit of banjo. Really having fun with the...
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RICKRN

03/17/15 9:19 PM
Bucking Horse Moon (topic)
Love this song.   It's a collaboration between Tom Russell and Paul Zarsyski.  Paul is  a rodeo cowboy/college professor who wrote the poem "Bucking Horse Moon".He and TR got together and did this song.   That's my '36 00-18H..... made...
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willysunday

03/16/15 7:52 PM
Oh Susanna on my Martin OM-18 Authentic (topic)
Arrangement by Mark Hanson... I added the last part on my own.You Tube Video
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Toby Walker

03/16/15 3:09 PM
My OM-21 Special sings "The Rose" (topic)
A bit of a deviation from the usual style of music I play, I learnt this one and recorded it this afternoon for my Mum, she is ill in hospital at the moment and I thought this would help brighten her up a bit, it's been her favourite...
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No457 Snowy

03/15/15 12:16 PM
Re: Travellin Song (reply)
Wayy to go Rick. Great tune, lyrics and guitar. I hope you are writing more. Bill
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willysunday

03/15/15 9:43 AM
Re: Travellin Song (reply)
Man that's great! I really enjoyed it.
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txbrett

03/15/15 3:18 AM
Re: American Girl - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
Dee Forty - i'd LOVE to hear your band - sounds like a lot of fun! appreciate you checking this out sir, best, dale. willysunday - hey sir! hope all is good with your and thanks for your kind post and sharing your time!
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maplebaby

03/14/15 1:55 PM
Re: American Girl - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
Outstanding Dale! Thanks for sharing another LLB gem of cover. Bill
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willysunday

03/14/15 2:51 AM
American as it gets (reply)
Very nice job as usual on TP and 💘 The first three albums were bright spots on an otherwise pretty bleak period of post Little Feat pop music. I play some with members of Petty Theft, the tribute 'round these parts. They love the excuse...
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Dee Forty

03/13/15 5:19 PM

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