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4 stars [3 Votes, 4.17 Stars]
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9/9/2009

Posthumous Music - Also check out:
Pre-Post: for my early stuff, extra sloppy stuff, abandoned demos, and general overflow.
Poolhouse: for my collaborations with Aaron Sugarman 
Parched Mints: collaborations with Mr. Bratty
Trouble in the Poolhouse:  collaborations with Aaron and Pauline Trouble. 
Paul Messyberg: Paul Westerberg covers done messy.
Pig M'tar: Big Star covers
Phe Meatles:  Beatles covers
Pob Mylan:  Bob Dylan covers
  
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Weighted Rating: [6 Votes, 4.07 Stars]
Views: 1,523
GoingtothePoolhouse (song submitter) [9/16/2009 2:36:59 PM EST]
Score: +0
ah, i love when that happens to me and i realize it's a fellow red fizzer's song. thanks for letting me know.
ChrisMoschetti [9/16/2009 1:25:59 PM EST]
Score: +0
the hook was stuck in my head yesterday, * thats your bonus star.
aaronlife [9/15/2009 7:41:54 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
oh wow, there's brilliant moments in there. dee doo doo de doo doo
unklespaz [9/10/2009 12:21:59 AM EST]
Score: +0
I am hearing some neat things in this. I love the instrumental interlude you have in there, and the bridge chorus thing is very cool and creative. I really like this one.
GoingtothePoolhouse (song submitter) [9/9/2009 6:16:26 PM EST]
Score: +0
thanks for the stars, paul. i'd love to hear a jp cover of this or any of my songs, i agree that they could do an awesome job. plus i just love to hear other people cover my songs.
thanks, chris, i'll try out that knee slap thing. there is some latency in my pro tools set up too.
paulmars [9/9/2009 5:39:45 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
Be interesting to hear an internet collaboration between you and the Jailhouse Payback guys. They could play this like it deserves to be played.
ChrisMoschetti [9/9/2009 4:11:24 PM EST]
Score: +0
as a matter of fact pro-tools doesn't correct the latency that it generates through its plugins, but you're saying thats not the issue your running into?

Yo, as far as your foot latency, I practice para diddles through my 4 extremities.(left hands/right hand, left hand/right foot, left hand/left foot, right hand/right foot, etc etc etc) The patterns themselves are simple to learn, and its just a matter of tapping your feet while you tap your knees with your hands and saying 'left right left left right left right right' to yourself for a while. If you are interested i could probably find a quick link that explains it all.
GoingtothePoolhouse (song submitter) [9/9/2009 3:51:08 PM EST]
Score: +0
thanks balcerebon, ruud and chris. i use protools but i think the latency is between my brain and my kick drum foot, not the computer.
ChrisMoschetti [9/9/2009 3:44:32 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 2.5 stars
I like lots of peices, but the whole doesn't sum up well. I think this is one of your better mixes. What program do you use, I may be able to help you with your latency issues.
Ruud Slingerland [9/9/2009 2:05:45 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
Very very enjoyable. The themes are incredibly strong. I would love to hear a more compact, slightly tighter version. That would be a real classic.
balcerebon [9/9/2009 1:22:00 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
kinda reminds me of kinks c. Village Green, or like the Flying Burrito Brothers. the instrumentals mix pretty well. Emo-country-ish. I like it, the guitar solo was simple and well placed. the vocals seem a little off, like another take was needed. otherwise pretty kick ass. . .
GoingtothePoolhouse (song submitter) [9/9/2009 11:06:32 AM EST]
Score: +0
Thanks for hearing the song through the hitches. This was one of those that got further away from me the more I tried to fix it. Figured out that I was having done latency problems so I nudged things around but that just made things worse. I will continue to strive to provide you with a more complete and fulfilling red fizz experience. I agree with that idea about trimming off a chorus or two at the end ruud.
Richie Isaacs [9/9/2009 5:10:01 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
Yeah, it's loose but it sure as hell is honest, reminds me of drunken jam session I have both been involved in when I used to drink and the many I still played in when I quit drinking(just cos the booze stopped didn't mean the playing should!)
The fun forgives the wincing moments bro :D
conquistador [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
wow, impressive despite a few hitches here and there. very classic sound. well arranged
That Guy from ELO [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
I gotta listen to this a bunch. that smile thing is happenin.
Ruud Slingerland [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
There are some great ideas in here, I love the first part, but in the end there's maybe a little too much repitition. The song would become stronger in a more compact form. That strange guitar melody you hum along is a great hook.
THENAKEDBEACH [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
i love the voice. rhythm gets a little sloppy at times and it hurts emotional through line of piece.
JonTree [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
The looseness here doesn't work for me...
matpak42 [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
i like this. there are a few hitches, the song is great the performance could tighten up. the song itself reminded me of early 70's dead. to me that is a great thing. just little things really that should be addressed like the guitar tone on the lead.the details i guess.feature for song writing

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