ill start with one that i think is among my best, especially recommended for those in the greater boston area http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/45232
just agreeing with you on that one @billwhite51 I listened again, and is probably one of your best that I've heard, and I think quite relatable to anyone, unless they've never struggled to survive in any city, even if the references aren't gotten, but can't say as I did know and could picture everything in it, and I think it would lose its magic if you described anymore than you did, and risk becoming just exposition, but yeah that's a great one. I wouldn't even touch that recording of it ever again if was me
a perfect storm of a song, to me.
I've got quite a handful:
"Slam the Door": http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/42746
"Lydia (You're Not Ready)": http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/43653
Both of these have one comment.
This one hasn't had any yet.
"One Step Ahead (Revelation)": http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/45394
All of these songs are listed as favourites.
In terms of raw comment count, most of my songs are in roughly the same place.
There are, however, two recent collaborations that are excellent and I feel could stand to be seen more widely:
@Mt.Mélodie's 'The Same Old Somersault': http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/44942 and
@marthienel's 'The Second Drop': http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/43813
I've always admire this one of mine, -- deserves more attention:
If meant from this 5090?, then:
I have a number of songs l that I wish would be heard more, here are a few:
Dinner for Two - http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/44938
Autumn's Here for Me (a skirmish & basic piano/vocal demo that may be one of my better songs) - http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/45382
I'm pretty proud of this one:
Work For It - http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/45160
Thanks for starting this thread, Bill - I worked for a while on this song - and it's only gotten one comment, so I'd appreciate some more listeners
I made this one with my friend and she's got such a great voice.
So I'd love some more comments on this one as its something very much outside my comfort zone, being a rap/hip hop thing
I would accept another listen or two on this one,
Would love for my awesome collaborator on this song to get some listens! Liar’s Dice
Ah yes... the non-collab, collaborations where the Yank so rudely jams his krappe into another's found, done work, a Ozidlander's fine work... hahhh, so trumpian... "Americana"..., what wood churchill say!
Oh, yes and the last one up:
"Moving Too Fast?":
"I Really Need You":
All of these songs are connected to my prior song in the thread, "Lydia (You're Not Ready)". I think "You've Left" wraps up the series of songs and is probably the most emotional of them.
With the exception of "Unlucky" (which has 2 comments), these songs have one comment.
"Teach Me How to Speak (I Think Differently)":
This song has 3 comments, but it'd be good if it had some more listens. I think it's the most introspective and honest work of mine so far, due to its message.
Feedback is a wonderful thing, so for this "Rocktober" track, (3rd try due to critical and popular demand and acclaim ) -- in the fast ethos of FAWM... munged a bit more guitar in this one, @dzd. (Not gonna relist on the R page.)
-- Yes #02 sounded like guitar two alone, w/o guitar one and yet now, to still be careful not to create a guitar track you could never play if had/wanted to!
Since EV passed, had pasted in a bunch of riffs of his I just had to rip back out... did not fit with the song, so sounded like krappe but the stuff around it, worked I guess? Yew de-side!
Oh, and, -- I never knew Churchill said, "... go forward together, with our United States!?"
Wow, whatta guy... (We should dig him up and make'em Stand for Office! some time!)
Oh yes, -- forgot about this one... yup, a gud'n:
Ah, yes, another one for which a parade should be thrown hahhh! yeehaw!, - but, knot... oh, well.
My tune the heart of the doll
If anyone is still around, I'm currently working on http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/45307 which was a collab with Mari Flowerbalm, This is one of the deepest (excuse the bad pun) things I've done, ever, and to my ear is the best in all directions I've come up with this 50/90. (Don't know what I'll do with it though ocne I've got it where I want it!)
Ah, my poor orphan hahhh!
Left overs after ripping out the Cover krappolla O M G! and, there4Guess.