Re: [LAU] a collaboration with Gmac and DLP

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To: Dave Phillips <dlphillips@...>
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Date: Sunday, April 28, 2013 - 12:54 pm

Hello Dave!
this is a sturdy piece of music. I was a little puzzled at first by the
overall mix. The drums sound almost 60-ish. Like a production of the
beat-generation, while therest is so 70s, perhaps even a little 80s. It's a
very clean production. There was not enough bluesy intensity in the music
itself to put it on a level with Get onboard the Blues or John the Revelator,
so it wasn't reallymy cup of tea. Still, I think, that I will go back to it
ocasionally. but I've send it on to a friend of mine, who enjoys blues and
blues rock and I think he will get his money's worth. :-)
The only thing, which slightly disturbed me was the snare drum. At times it
sounded very ringy and hollow, almost disappearing in the mix. But that is a
very minor detail.
Thanks for sharing this! As alway very much wroth to listen to actively.
Warm regards
Julien

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[LAU] a collaboration with Gmac and DLP, Dave Phillips, (Sun Apr 28, 11:49 am)
Re: [LAU] a collaboration with Gmac and DLP, Folderol, (Sun Apr 28, 7:31 pm)
Re: [LAU] a collaboration with Gmac and DLP, Gabriel, (Sun Apr 28, 1:22 pm)
Re: [LAU] a collaboration with Gmac and DLP, Julien Claassen, (Sun Apr 28, 12:54 pm)