sort of a London inspired thing that a friend of mine is working on. ;) comments please if you have a moment.
oh yes, this is big....!!
the track is off the clock bro, it's got that moody dark vibe which i love, excellent
One comment though, is it me or do the keys go off sync?
well, each of the parts is offset a bit to give it a swinging groove but maybe too much since you mentioned it. It's really only complete up to the end of the second verse after which it falls apart and the whack conga pattern with the bass line is filler until a third verse gets inserted.
thanks for listening and i'll pass on the info to the guy that made it as I would never make a bootleg track.
jill scott never sounded so good.
"thanks for listening and i'll pass on the info to the guy that made it as I would never make a bootleg track"
nothing wrong with this kind of 'bootleg' IMO
it's not an uncommon way for producers to get known
the old skool London garage scene thrived on it
Is this a cover of jill scott...doesnt really sound like her.....
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it's her lesser known baritone sister, Jane Scott.
Then its a cover song....New Song and New Artist....No conflict with the label or singer....you would just pay publishing which is perfectly legal...you just pay 10 cent a copy to the publisher.....Its not a bootleg.....
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Yeah, but bootleg sounds cool and underground. [img]graemlins/mwink.gif[/img]
This is very nice! Thanks for keeping it soulful.
It's better to have and not need, than to need and not have!
I like it, especially the spoken word "He wants to know about my past lives". Once he sweetens it, It will be a phat ass track.-my opinion
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