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4/5/2007

Deepwater Sunshine - Met in the mid 1970s.... 

(in nursery school)...

Began with blues jams in the late 1980s... 

First took form in 1989 with the song Cajun Queen... 

Parted ways in 1991 after a string of unreleased hits...

Recently reunited in 2002... 

Deepwater Sunshine is comprised of mostly water and sunlight... 

We share our music with the intent that it may benefit beings everywhere... 

And to see if you like it.

Songs recorded in a closet on a home stereo with karaoke function...

except some recently re-recorded crudely on my computer.

All songs registered copyright 1989-2010 Sugarman/Less
 
Girl in the Corner
Genre: Acoustic
Weighted Rating: [17 Votes, 4.66 Stars]
Views: 3,205
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Liner Notes
aaronlife (song submitter) [8/15/2009 11:36:29 PM EST]
Score: +0
tnx, i've forgotten a lot of stuff i've done, it's getting very strange, it used to be easy to keep track of them all...
Richie Isaacs [8/15/2009 11:32:14 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
Me too(re The Fizz i.e) nicely bumped..I still haven't fully explored all of DWS's material yet so once I have some more freetime I shall do ust that.
Will download this right now tho as this is just simply beautiful and beautiful in it's simplicity.
aaronlife (song submitter) [8/15/2009 11:25:15 PM EST]
Score: +0
man, i'm glad for fizz, i totally forgot about this song.
GoingtothePoolhouse [7/16/2008 2:26:48 AM EST]
Score: +0
still one of my favorites.
aaronlife (song submitter) [2/8/2008 12:34:08 PM EST]
Score: +0
thanks meat
MeatMachineII [2/8/2008 12:30:26 PM EST]
Score: +0
so good, damnit
GoingtothePoolhouse [10/10/2007 1:08:19 AM EST]
Score: +0
aaron, if i were a girl, you'd get 6 stars on this one.
MeatMachineII [9/26/2007 11:23:20 PM EST]
Score: +0
i love this song, and i show SO many people and link my friends to it constantly. maybe the best song on the site?????? who knows..........
IrREGULAR ELEPHAnT [9/16/2007 6:55:50 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
I missed this before. A nice recording to do justice to the song and singer
Sputnikov [9/16/2007 6:55:02 PM EST]
Score: +0
but your DS pic... it's got like peckers in it. you gotta do something about that, dude.
Sputnikov [9/16/2007 6:54:17 PM EST]
Score: +0
15 votes and averaging 4.64? that's got to be close to a record.
Babar Klunj [9/16/2007 6:53:50 PM EST]
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is this the guy who sees breasts in every photo he looks at?
Sputnikov [9/16/2007 6:53:29 PM EST]
Score: +0
wow, aaron. you pulled down the big stars on this one
ChrisMoschetti [9/16/2007 6:53:06 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
MeatMachineII [9/5/2007 10:33:52 PM EST]
Score: +0
this song is great, i sing it a lot, i whistle it sometimes, and i try and get my friends to listen to it. So good , so rich.
aaronlife (song submitter) [7/17/2007 10:21:10 PM EST]
Score: +0
thanks KB
keithburgun [7/17/2007 8:17:37 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
Aaron you're one of the most prolific and professional and passionate (the 3 p's! hehe) writers on here. Awesome work man.
MeatMachineII [7/17/2007 3:35:39 PM EST]
Score: +0
hints of van morrison
aaronlife (song submitter) [4/12/2007 9:52:17 PM EST]
Score: +0
meaning, i think it's the nature of the song that you don't recall the hooks after listening...
aaronlife (song submitter) [4/12/2007 9:51:31 PM EST]
Score: +0
thanks for the supportive feedback; i don't think your not remembering is your fault, but i appreciate the consideration...
sorryroommates [4/12/2007 9:34:38 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
i really really like you're voice, kinda reminds me of walter schreiffels or rival schools. the song was good, but i don't remember the melody at all after hearing it. but the lyrics were good and different. my only complaint is i didn't remember the melody or hook, which could be my fault
We Grow Up [4/10/2007 8:55:32 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
I'd love to go to your show if I could.. this is flat out great
guitarmello [4/6/2007 2:08:13 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
I'd go.
unklesam [4/6/2007 12:05:03 PM EST]
Score: +0
right on Aaron, yes well playing out is not for everyone but it takes less courage than you might imagine, and any musician should feel lucky to find you. The songs and frontman are the absolute hardest to come by. Anyway- my advice is book an open stage in advance and then have a few drinks, and maybe salvia, or whatever floats your boat. Start with 2-3 songs, and I swear people will praise you, and say all kinds of nice things. I think 9 of 10 people would agree the feedback and energy you get live is much better than the fizz.

TIP: bring your own fans, the more people you can get to come along the better, at 1st anyway
Red Sea Station [4/6/2007 11:05:34 AM EST]
Score: +0
beautiful, such a pretty tune....such an addictive voice, in the way I loved Golden Smog, Son Volt....hmmm, keep up great work aaron...
aaronlife (song submitter) [4/6/2007 9:56:45 AM EST]
Score: +0
Thanks Zissou!

Thanks Poolhouse, that line "and i would regret your memory if I didn't tell you so" was one of the few i contributed to the song... it needed a second verse, so i wrote one patterned after the first which Ryan wrote mostly as is, and then took another song or songs ryan had written and used lines from there to create the "and now when the sun comes shining through" part.
GoingtothePoolhouse [4/6/2007 12:46:40 AM EST]
Score: +0
you've got plenty of songs to build I nice little solo acoustic set. you really should go for it if that's what you want to do. I predict you'll build up a nice little following...
I know what you mean about not knowing what the scene is like, but who cares. I hope you have the confidence to take this public, because you've got the talent...
GoingtothePoolhouse [4/6/2007 12:39:44 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
Beautiful song, wow!
Your last several recordings have been really clean. Love the foot keeping the beat on the pine floor ...
The "and I" is a great little hook and you sing it perfectly..
And Ryan's lyrics are great too, "And I would regret your memory
If I didn't tell you so" is absolutely brilliant. I'm downloading this, I'm a huge fan.
zissou [4/6/2007 12:39:35 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
Great tune, aaron. This would go over great live I'm sure...go for it, I say.
aaronlife (song submitter) [4/5/2007 10:21:26 PM EST]
Score: +0
thanks uncle... i'm listening to your friend now... i like it...

I think, at some point, i'll have to do some more open mic type things (i've done it only rarely), and see what kind of feedback i get... and see how i develop as a performer...

partly, i think i have to actually perceive people enjoy me live, and want to hear more... that i see that they enjoy 'me' enough that i could move beyond open-mic things where people accept that whoever gets up is an amateur and thus will most likely sound like one...

i don't have much exposure to live acts, except rare concerts i go to... the last one i think was john fogerty, so there's a difference... between the famous polished acts i see, and myself... i'm not in touch with the group/culture of people who go hear unknown artists perform live...

i've had limited exposure to coffee house/bar live acts. don't get out much, and my music is so acoustic/folk oriented, as is, i'd have to find the right venue/scene...

but the few times i've performed live, i love it, even when it's just karaoke. it's on the to do list... maybe i should get out more and investigate...

thanks again for your support.
unklesam [4/5/2007 10:07:19 PM EST]
Score: +0
Aaron, the reason I suggested that was because I've got a acquaintance, who plays with a violin, among other things http://www.myspace.com/adampedersen , and though he's not as talented as you a violin really helps his sound, and I can envision a similar thing with your music. Plus if you find a really good one, you can trade solos, and vocal riffs with one, and that's great fun. Anyway- yes, you'd be great live, it's the best part of music, aside from meeting people and hangin out and you deserve more recognition. Free drinks don't hurt either.
WILLBMUSIC [4/5/2007 8:48:27 PM EST]
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Rated 4.5 stars
Ditto to what Scott said, same star power here.
aaronlife (song submitter) [4/5/2007 7:19:56 PM EST]
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thanks for the kind words everyone. i'm still working on figuring out how to best sing this one within my sometimes shrinking vocal range, but i appreciate that you can appreciate the song as is, and give me feedback. unkle, it's a very good question, and i ask myself things like that all the time, and i just don't know the answer, but for a moment i visualized myself onstage with strings, violin or cello, an upright base, some subtle percussion, doing an acoustic show, and having a nice together sound, and i felt a step closer, thanks for the image.
jsandlin71 [4/5/2007 6:16:15 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
This is great stuff! As always, your voice lulls me into listening to the song. Then I wait to hear if you deliver the goods and this time you delivered them faster than the Pony Express TM.

I got into this well. The lyrics were sometimes close to being cheesy and had they been delivered from any other person, they might have come off that way but luckily, thing worked out great this time.
ScottT [4/5/2007 11:25:32 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
what else can be added that has not already been stated by my esteemed fizz colleagues. This is really great Aaron.
MeatMachineII [4/5/2007 11:24:34 AM EST]
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Rated 4.5 stars
I'm blown away, this is flat out good. The million years struck me as out of place but ive grown to like it.
Commander Yo [4/5/2007 11:21:58 AM EST]
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Rated 4.5 stars
Great! A complete package here, lyrics, musicality, honesty.
unklesam [4/5/2007 10:30:56 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
very soothing and flowing
the guitar playing is very precise, and the subtlety of the notes goes very well with the playing

you are never too self indulgent, and Ive never seen a song of yours top more than 4-5 mins for sure.

You have a gift and a knack, and an ego in check
when are you going to release an album and start playing out man?
I can see you with strings, cellos and violins doing this stuff, or whatever

but my advice is definitely take this to the next level

the echo works too for this.. no complaints
wordgirl62 [4/5/2007 8:40:00 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
This vulnerable voice draws us in...and the story and lyrics are so sweet, the singing so honest....vocally, the singer has proved himself unique and distinctive, while not ever wholly predictable. The "I" hook is subtle but infectiously memorable. Beauty! I can hear strings with this in my head, but that's probably why you don't really need them....
Drowning Scarlett [4/5/2007 8:23:53 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
pretty
JonTree [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Fragile and confident and sweet. The subtle aura of music is a nice touch.
i recorded this take as a warm-up between other songs i was recording recently... it's not the best vocally, and i flub up the guitar, but when i listened to it the other day, i thought, why not post it, it's a better recording than my 2004 demo on cassette. i discovered a couple days ago i do a better vocal with it capo'd up a bit, with a lower voice, but i'm gonna work on that for awhile, i haven't found total comfort with the vocal performance on this yet...

Girl in the Corner

I first noticed you
Sitting in the corner
Crying out your eyes
So I moved in close to dry them
And I saw confirmation
In your gentle sighs
And I found captivation
In your faint reply...

When I asked you, "What's the trouble?"
And you turned and looked at me...
"I've been waiting for you a million years it seems."

When I first noticed you
Sitting in the corner
I was all alone
I didn't have a care to bind me
And I saw something missing
In your winded soul
And I would regret your memory
If I didn't tell you so

So I asked you, "What's the trouble?"
And you turned and looked at me...
"I've been waiting for you a million years it seems."

Now, when the sun comes shining through
Into that heart of yours so true
Well, your love just pours all over me
So drop your worries and your cares
From that heart of yours so dear
And then your soul will feel so clear...

words by Ryan Less and Aaron Sugarman (mostly Ryan)
music by Aaron Sugarman

copyright 2004 Sugarman/Less
copyright 2007 Sugarman (sound recording)

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