Ghost Repeaters | My Life, My Land

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My Life, My Land

by Ghost Repeaters

Pop with a rock base, strong theme, big hook!
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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Ghost Repeaters describes the musical projects and other rude noises - past, present and future, good, bad and ugly, made by gicut58 either solo or with friends, other musicians and Weekend Warriors, relatives, Uncle Tom Cobbly and any other allcomers who happen to be available(or even ask!) to play live or record at the time.

Independent Revue, 'My Life, My Land':
"In with a bang; a reversed cymbal leads in a military tattoo between marching snare, piano and 'pad' synth. In comes the strong, defined vocal, directly relating the scenes and emotions of the picture, followed by a 'hook' chorus, filled with the complete band, now switched to 'rock' drumming, plummy bass line and full backing vocals, suitably delayed. The structure is now established; we continue with alternating verse, chorus until the bridge, or 'middle eight', exactly on time to bring a refreshing touch. Another chorus; the next verse is almost accapella, as the band steps back to give the vocals maximum impact. Chorus, and a rather virtuoso violinist guitar solo floats across the sound stage before building up to the repeated chorus , maintaining the pace and pressure up to the final pulsed exit.
Polished work, showing all the hallmarks of time spent refining, doubling, honing, to achieve this very 'produced' piece. The execution is faultless, on all fronts, with special mention for the singing voice(s...), all fully confident and assertive; no shyness in that department. Composition is more than commendable, with a certain leaning towards the 'hit' formulation, but expertly arranged and orchestrated, bringing its own originality. I must say, from a completely personal point of view, I'm not in complete accord with the propos of the lyrics, but I'm more than ready to declare that they are finely constructed and entirely coherent, as well as being superbly interpreted. What's not to like..?"
-Dad3353, Basschat 11.12.15



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