A Laid Back Rock Tune

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  1. Narsh

    Narsh Well-Known Member

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    Hope you guys like this one... It has a cool yet uncomfortable vibe to it.
    Curious as to what it stirs up in you after you get done with it.

     
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    I used my Schecter Solo 6 with the bigsby.
     
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    Felt like theme music for a murder mystery movie.
     

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    Really liked it! It has a modern sort of King Crimson kind of vibe to it.
     
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    Cool, it has that soundtrack vibe to it.
     
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    Interesting contrasts within this one. Some nice melodic leads, but even underneath those an unsettling rhythm. Then the heaviest part is nearly abrasive.

    It seems the human mind has a need to associate music with something that is a known capacity. In music when vocals are lacking we often think soundtrack. I used to get a little bit disappointed when the few folks I would allow to hear my meager instrumental recordings would say "Oh that would be good as a soundtrack for TV or a movie." I have even mentioned how some from Narsh would be great in Video Games and/or put me in mind of the music from Quake II. Yet I do not mean that in a demeaning or belittling way. Odd.
     
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    Yeah I head that a lot.... I take it as a compliment really, to have someone envision my tunes going while a specific scene is playing, helping to evoke some form of emotion is quite flattering to me.
     
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    Just listened again. This one definitely creates an unsettling feeling, especially the parts with the beautiful leads soaring. It's quite amazing really.
     
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    Gave me sort of an alice in chains vibe. In the feel of the song but not the tone. But then the solo did strike me as more Cantrell than I ever recall from you. Song begs for some Layne Staley screaming and moaning all over it.
    Very interesting and makes me want to write lyrics for it.
    I'll be back after I learn how to write them :)
     
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