To a friend (feat. Delphia)

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To a friend (feat. Delphia)

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Hi,

made a quiet song where Delphia's exceptional vocals make 90 percent of the song :D

Here`s the link to TO A FRIEND.

And a Happy New year!!

Cheers
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This is the kind of music I like a lot.
And Delphia has a great voice.
Cheers to her and your music.

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Hi RuskinF,

Thank you :D - Yes Delphia has a great voice, already have 3 songs with her on lead vocal.

Cheers
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Tor-Bjarne, just listened, it's a great track; agree that Delphia's vocals make the song.
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very nice song indeed ,yes she has lovely voice and suits the song very well, the mix is a little strange at times the backing seems a little quiet ,the harmony`s and vocals sound great ,i would back off the first little guitar twiddle at 45 seconds cause it intrudes on the vocal, i like the guitar solo ,were you giving it some Tony Iommi licks at times lol . well done great tune.
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Good song with a little bit of Latin influence, Delphia sounds great! I don't want analyse this too deeply but the guitar solo 'jarred' my ear a bit here and there, although nicely executed.

All in all, good job! :)

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Re: To a friend (feat. Delphia)

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Hi All,

Thank you :)

@Polgara - I`ve removed the guitar solo at 45 sec. And actually reduced the reverb on the vocal a bit :)
@Mauri - I`m trying (now) out some plugins to get as near the Sound of David Gilmore but without a huge budget it seems difficult :D

@Earl21 - Thank you again for lessening to my music :)

Cheers
Tor-Bjarne

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The female vocalist has a smooth and nice voice.

I liked the guitar solo.

Well done. Great work.
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Hi Freya009,

Thank you!! :D

Cheers
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