Heather and Ronnie Gibson
Heather and Ronnie Gibson
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Elephant Ears Missing


album: Elephant Ears Missing
genre: Progressive Rock
streams: 838

  Song Lyrics
  the unforeseen, folded and creased   the unforeseen, folded and creased     he  smell himself, his shelling skin molting snake, lashed, drying stems...
Elephant Ears Missing
elektronz
09/16/11 08:50:07PM @elektronz:
love the intro ...love the main melody ,,reminds me of a beatles track which we like ..im a pretty tempo locked kinda guy so i do like how all the guitars and keys do slave themsleves to the cool beats ..its got a kind of hooky catchy vibe which i always try to latch onto in any tune and this has it with the beats and the melody ,,also i have alternative mixes of any tune i hear going on in my head so im constantly changing sounds and beats whilst listening to tracks ..and the ones that catch my attention no matter what style are the ones i basically remix lol its the way im wired ..ive got this on repeat as im really getting into this .,..very cool and catchy tune nice one :D
cooter
09/12/11 07:16:35PM @cooter:
I love the music and lyrics. Very interesting. Intriguing.

The vocals are a little mechanical sounding to me. Talking about the meter. Just a personal preference thing, but holding a little less rigid to the beat may be the ticket there... to my ears. On the other hand, if that's what you were going for, it's cool, and you certainly got there.

Cool vocal melody, too.

The juxtaposition of the happy feeling music behind those lyrics is very interesting. Originality out the ying-yang. I love originality.

Really enjoyed this tune, guys.

kooder

Ainesha
09/04/11 10:58:44AM @eshar:
This song has certainly got me bobbing me head along.
The lyrics are really interesting actually...I write myself from time to time...there is real depth in the words.

There is definitely something quite catchy about this. I enjoyed listening.

mariotomic
10/05/11 02:29:08AM @mariotomic:
Defining a voice recognition and
a recital by raising production
and inserting the folk in alternative rock
you have a chance to become
new Nick Cave or early Neil Young
good music and text.
I give you a five stars.

HarryColley
09/04/11 08:05:11AM @diamond-lil:
Honestly guys I'm not really a reviewer so I'm not really that great at giving reviews but here's what I thought..
It's very experimental, I liked the vocal effect used, I did find the drum loop a little repetative and static though. I think the guitar work was great and the lyrical content was really interesting. Keep up the good work guys!
Harry

HarryColley
09/04/11 08:05:26AM @diamond-lil:
Honestly guys I'm not really a reviewer so I'm not really that great at giving reviews but here's what I thought..
It's very experimental, I liked the vocal effect used, I did find the drum loop a little repetative and static though. I think the guitar work was great and the lyrical content was really interesting. Keep up the good work guys!
Harry

Rick
10/04/11 07:56:20AM @uncle-flatty:
The groove's memorizing. Very much a Les Claypool kinda meter, as a big Primus fan, I dig it.
BigPete
09/04/11 06:01:58AM @bigpete:
I like the way it's alt pop, very alternative production with a very catchy hook, like what the talking heads do, this track also reminded me of some of the early Eno solo stuff from the 70s (a track lkie the great pretender), great alyrtnative yet catcht nusic, peace.

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