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boygenuis: After listening to this on repeat a bunch, I think I can find a place for this in my collection.
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6/19/2012

Jonathan Wood Vincent -  
In June Christmas Upon the Moon
Weighted Rating: [1 Vote, 3.5 Stars]
Views: 1,029
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jonathanwoodvincent (song submitter) [6/19/2012 2:15:39 PM EST]
Score: +0
Thanks everyone. This whole thing was recorded on my mac laptop and through the little microphone that is somewhere hidden within it. I made it during a particularly cash strapped time. But truly, I don't have much of an engineering obsession and never learned tech stuff in school. So, I wish I knew more and had better equipment. I really prefer practicing live instruments so I hope that will cover up tech flaws. I get composition ideas from other artwork rather than just music. Maybe that helps something. That show was ridiculous. Pynner would have loved it. Real creepy.
DaveOD [6/19/2012 12:04:43 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 3.5 stars
I wish I could have caught the NYC show Friday. Keep posting dates, I'll try to make the next one.Your work and this song in particular has me rethinking composition in a new way.
MannequinRaces [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Sorry but I'm not digging it. A little too out there for me, and I normally like quirky songs!
MiddleAgeMusic [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Nice piano work. Interesting production on the "B" section. And it's the JWV Choir just in time for Christmas...in June...on the moon. A very interesting listen (not that I'm surprised by that). Very interesting and well-executed...Just a little too out there for multiple repeated listens (but then I'm a bit more conservative in my harmonies, too ;).
DaveOD [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Lots of level issues really taking away from a killer composition. Artistically I love it. My favorite so far. Technically, the signal overloads are too much. Watch your red lights. I'll still say second stage it, for the concept alone.
Babar Klunj [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
You have a singular vision of the possibilities of where music can travel. Thank you for including us on the journey.
Pynner [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Creepy. But sonically not that displeasing.

Second

PART2

I can't figure out if I love this or hate it. And sorry, but I'm not going to listen to anything I hate. Still creepy, yet sonically pleasing. CREEPY

still Second

What is it that is making this so creepy? There must be one note off, right?

PART 3

Yes, all of the notes are off.

Reject

PART4 (now I'm dead)

Wow, this guy really believes in this story.

Second

Good job on your hard work. Keep practicing.

wayne monges [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
this is dam groovy
Groon Lake [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Chamber psychodelia. Sure wish you had Brian Eno to give you hand with production.
How could you not Feature the latest egg from the Birdman of Fizzdom? God bless us everyone.
Spruce Goose [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
bold type of song that i assume would divide most people into reject or feature. I think a long song like this would be great with some sort of tim burtonish video. I don't care for that crackily sound that shows up now and then. Is it a vibraslap with a bunch of reverb or something? I respect the work I imagine went into it but i agree with middle age music that it's a bit too thematic (to me) to warrant repeatedly listens.