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#16June 12th, 2005 · 05:47 AM
1 threads / 1 songs
8 posts
I meant it, don't worry
#17June 14th, 2005 · 04:07 AM
18 threads / 15 songs
147 posts
Well made men! You're terrific (in a positive way:)) I've downloaded this one for my bandamp compilation! Pro sound!
#18June 14th, 2005 · 07:15 AM
117 threads / 88 songs
256 posts
United Kingdom
i love it. its beautiful. the voice and harmonies are great!
#19June 14th, 2005 · 09:09 AM
4 threads / 4 songs
31 posts
United Kingdom
the vocals send chills down my spine. and the guitar parts just beautiful, he/she has such an good sense of rhythm and sound, its great to hear a guitarist that doesn't feel the need to go off on one like a nutter, and just plays for the music...the reverse guitars were awesome, added such a depth of charecter to the piece...i just find myself coming back on this site to listen to it again and again its amazing....why haven't you got more votes!?!? i'd expect something like this to win the battle
#20June 16th, 2005 · 10:49 PM
117 threads / 55 songs
1,540 posts
Pretty Nice!
I really liked the song. I mainly listen classic & progressive rock, but this was a really profesional and good song.
Btw, I knew this page today, and I would like to add my song to make u listen...has a hard progressive rock style, but r only instrumental; a PC base and my guitar improvisations on it...can somebody help me with the page and all staves realted wit uploading songs, etc??? for u future help, tanx
#21June 18th, 2005 · 12:05 PM
102 threads / 59 songs
204 posts
This song is amazing. Are there two girls singing? Either way they sound brilliant. Nothing to criticize, fantastic song, still trying to understand the lyrics though. Nice solo, keep it up.
#22June 23rd, 2005 · 11:25 PM
3 threads / 1 songs
94 posts
United States of America
Excellent work!  The quality sounds just fine as an MP3 to me.  I especially loved the part from the reversed guitar part and on.  Beautiful vocals.
#23June 26th, 2005 · 07:15 AM
42 posts
Very poetry. I like the song's harmonies taking the leading role with structures. I guess the 7/8 timing did the effect as well. The tune sounds like a flow coming towards, passing, and then just keeping it's movement. Vocals were spiritful. I also liked the backward idea.
#24July 23rd, 2005 · 10:56 AM
34 posts
United Kingdom
Great harmonies. They took me away the minute the vocals came in. I agree it should be a bit longer though. Reminded me slightly of some of Fleetwood Mac's stuff. Or Clannad's harder material, maybe.
How do I get your CD if I'm in  England. Can you pm me with details please.

#25August 1st, 2005 · 08:47 AM
23 posts
i like the song.  great vocals and guitar. go on...i want to listen to more
#26August 30th, 2005 · 09:29 PM
4 posts
nice :D
very well done, not particularly my style, but very well done. Could be played at different tempos and mixed with different backgrounds, and the guitar work complements the song nicely

well done
#27August 31st, 2005 · 11:03 AM
12 threads / 12 songs
38 posts
United States of America
superior quality
what software program do you use


are you gigging yet?

#28August 31st, 2005 · 12:10 PM
10 threads / 9 songs
44 posts
United States of America
Wow... I'm totally digging this!
Vocals remind me of a Natalie Merchant meets Amy Lee...
Which is a good thing to my ears, so if you were offended by that, i sincerely apologize.

Great job Marula!
#29September 7th, 2005 · 01:34 PM
3 posts
United States of America
The vocal and melodic atmosphere created here is , well, stunning! This sounds wonderful as is, all things considered, but I also hear a version in my head that includes more of a Celtic droning quality and deep layers of period instruments (plucked string and percussion) blended with tasty analog beds.
Perhaps some haunting reverb washed choral layers in some parts . . .
#30September 7th, 2005 · 02:49 PM
22 threads / 7 songs
164 posts
vocals are spectatular.

very very very good.

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