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A latin/jazz-inspired acoustic track. I hope some of you will like it.

Driving With A Restless Soul

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Will

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RT914: Bass, Acoustic, ChaCha
RT1905: Piano, Acoustic, Rhyth, BoleroMelodic
RT1902: Guitar, Acoustic, Background Bolero
RT2952: Strings, Rhythm JazzBalladPads
RealDrums: FunkSyncSnare

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Really pretty song!! Great blend of instruments! Mix is fantastic too!! Take care. Greg

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Pleasant tune. I feel like I am dining at a sidewalk cafe. Beautiful blend of instruments.

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Hi Will,

I was waiting for a new song from you. Here it is - different again. And REALLY NICE.

All the best,

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Great build starting with the piano/bass, and, man, when that guitar came in I knew we were in for a pleasant ride. Drums and strings and we were off on a fun musical adventure. Excellent title, too. That's exactly what it sounds like. Restless with all the emotion that will bring. Really good stuff, Will.


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Mr. Josef...

Exquisite! You began your composition with a sensuous, moonlit, tango-like rhythm adorned with a soulful classical guitar solo, and then, you 'funked it up' with that Real Drum snare while painting wisps of midnight-toned strings over it. This is finely-felt, atmospheric, sexy 'Latin/jazz' music for the road, as the title of the track and the accompanying photo suggests. It's a fresh and welcome diversion in its sound and feel on the forum.


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Originally Posted By: Greg Johnson
Really pretty song!! Great blend of instruments! Mix is fantastic too!! Take care. Greg


Thanks a lot for listening and your kind words, Greg!

All the best to you!
Will

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Originally Posted By: Ezekiel's Storm
Pleasant tune. I feel like I am dining at a sidewalk cafe. Beautiful blend of instruments.


Thanks you for listening. Very much appreciated!

Will

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Nice...that was an abrupt change though...I'd have like it foreshadowed by a snare or cymbal hit in the bar before but that's no biggie. NICE one.


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Well done. Nice dynamics and the all acoustic band is mixed very well. Not easy to do.

Funky Bolero...yeah smile

Enjoyed it!

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Will,
Sensuous and atmospheric; love the bolero guitar. Well arranged and produced as always.

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Originally Posted By: rayc
Nice...that was an abrupt change though...I'd have like it foreshadowed by a snare or cymbal hit in the bar before but that's no biggie. NICE one.


Thanks a lot! Appreciate that you took the time to listen!

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Originally Posted By: Janice & Bud
Well done. Nice dynamics and the all acoustic band is mixed very well. Not easy to do.

Funky Bolero...yeah smile

Enjoyed it!

J&B


Thanks for your time and kind words! I appreciate your comments.

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Sensuous and atmospheric; love the bolero guitar. Well arranged and produced as always.

Robert


Hi Robert,

Thanks a lot for listening and your kind comments - very much appreciated!

Will

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Hello Will,

while listening to your song I heard a lot of things happened; firts only the piano and the acoustic bass, then the nylon guitar entered and changed the sphere in a nice way and suddenly the drums entered! I thought 'where is this leading to'? My fantasy of being in a classic restaurant was shattered, but you brilliantly managed to keep it all in hand. So your song is fascinating and nice at the same time!

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Hi Will. An evocative title (been there, done that). Creative mix of tracks and an excellent mix. An enjoyable listen.
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Originally Posted By: bluage
Mr. Josef...

Exquisite! You began your composition with a sensuous, moonlit, tango-like rhythm adorned with a soulful classical guitar solo, and then, you 'funked it up' with that Real Drum snare while painting wisps of midnight-toned strings over it. This is finely-felt, atmospheric, sexy 'Latin/jazz' music for the road, as the title of the track and the accompanying photo suggests. It's a fresh and welcome diversion in its sound and feel on the forum.


Hi blueage,

Such nice comments! You make me blush! Glad you liked the track.

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Originally Posted By: Birchwood
Hello Will,

while listening to your song I heard a lot of things happened; firts only the piano and the acoustic bass, then the nylon guitar entered and changed the sphere in a nice way and suddenly the drums entered! I thought 'where is this leading to'? My fantasy of being in a classic restaurant was shattered, but you brilliantly managed to keep it all in hand. So your song is fascinating and nice at the same time!

Hans


Hi Hans, Thanks a lot for listening. If I got you to feel that you were in a classic restaurant I for sure hope the dinner was to your tasting. smile
Great comments!

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Pretty track nice arrangement. Enjoyed listening.
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Hi Will. An evocative title (been there, done that). Creative mix of tracks and an excellent mix. An enjoyable listen.
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Hi Leon,

Thanks a lot for listening - it is much appreciated!

Will

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