Daryl C. Hill gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “That's alright with me!”:
Shoham,

Again, the voices at the start or end or your pieces is always a thing that I look for and enjoying hearing.

Very nice guitar. Cool, stage band singers harmony at the end.

I think you have developed a real, "Brand", in your music.

Very effective and fun lyrics at about 1:02. Also like the, "Green Acres" , style ending.

Great piece, Shoham and guys. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I will pass the link along.

Daryl
 Aug 12, 2011, 18:59 EDT
WalaWalaWala 
Thanks as always, Daryl. You can name your price on this one, if you want to support the old cause! As little as 10c!

-Shoham
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Daryl C. Hill 
I have no idea how to download this and then what to do with it after i do download.

Do you cell many pieces? Do you sell and album? How much for the entire works on LP?????

Do you think anyone would purchase any of my stuff? What would be a good but fair price? Are people downloading my stuff for free, anyway?

Get back to me if you dare, Shoham.

Oh by the way, still training Chrome and others that there is a, "Shoham", in the world. What are the names of your other band members? Do any of them ever comment on my stuff? Just wondering? Map shows your home town way out in front with 6 or 7 hundred views.

Daryl
flag (Aug 12, 2011, 19:18 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
Just click 'free' on the bottom of the page where you listened to it, and put in a number. Then it will play on your computer w/o you having to come on here for that particular piece! I don't think piracy is a problem with visual art. -S
flag (Aug 12, 2011, 19:58 EDT)
Daryl C. Hill 
Shoham,

I know you have commented on a track for Ryan. Check out this visual.


I think that you will like it.

Daryl
flag (Aug 29, 2011, 04:36 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
Thanks! I'll have to check it out. -Shoham
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J. Wager gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “A Jews' Blues”:
You've got the groove down solid, good melodies and it's nice to see Jewish blues make a comeback. You should check out Mike Bloomfield's "I'm Glad I'm Jewish"
 Aug 27, 2011, 17:58 EDT
WalaWalaWala 
Thank you! I will have to check his stuff out, man! We've actually got a whole (free) album of "Jews' Blues":

http://www.feed-forward.net/a.1095_A_Jews_Blues

Thanks again :)

-Shoham
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Stan Dooley gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “That's alright with me!”:
Is this a live performance? I like it has a great beat.
 Aug 18, 2011, 10:23 EDT
Stan Dooley 
Sorry my connection is slow and I didn't mean to send this twice. But its good enough to send twice.
Stan
flag (Aug 18, 2011, 10:53 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
Thanks! This was not a live performance. It's actually a free download, although you can pay as much as you like for it, too!

-Shoham
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Stan Dooley gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “That's alright with me!”:
Is this a live performance? I like it has a great beat.
 Aug 18, 2011, 10:13 EDT


Raum gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “That's alright with me!”:
Really like this one. Got me really into it when the back up vocals kicked in. With that lead guitar and those blues licks it makes a great blues jam with a lot of soul.

This song is alright with me.
 Aug 08, 2011, 14:03 EDT
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Raum 
Indeed we do. I think we'd be great pals.
flag (Aug 08, 2011, 15:57 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
I think so. BTW, what language were the guys in that language speaking? Sounded like English, but from non-native speakers. Apparently these guys were part of "The Uruguayan Invasion" from Uruguay to Argentina -- like "The British Invasion" from UK to US!
flag (Aug 08, 2011, 16:16 EDT)
Raum 
They spoke Spanish but sang in English, which they didn't know what they were saying most the time. Your right on your research, they are the Uraguayan Beatles equivilant. Check out their songs Never Never, I will run to you, and oh my friend.

I love the Beatles with such passion lol
flag (Aug 08, 2011, 16:20 EDT)
WalaWalaWala 
Thanks. I will have to check those songs out as well -- yeah, The Beatles were the shit!
flag (Aug 08, 2011, 17:32 EDT)


great voice! It sounds very "old timey"
 Jul 26, 2011, 19:36 EDT


Cool tune-- never heard it before. I like your voice, and the old-time style effect you put on it-- kind of sounds like Billy Holiday, or something, with the effect!
 Jul 26, 2011, 07:49 EDT


The Closers gave feedback to Xack Fischer for “Lady White”:
Nice, minimalistic style, you guys have. Sounds like something from the '60's. Very nice :) -Erin
 Jul 08, 2011, 22:47 EDT
Xack Fischer 
Thanks! It's just one of me. :)
flag (Jul 08, 2011, 23:05 EDT)
The Closers 
Very nice. What DAW did you use?
flag (Jul 08, 2011, 23:20 EDT)
Xack Fischer 
I did my recording in Garageband on my Macbook Pro, guitar, harmonica, and playing the parts of the strings and the horns on my keyboard.
flag (Jul 08, 2011, 23:24 EDT)
The Closers 
Cool. I've been trying to look into different options, especially for making beats, myself.
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Zalman Poller gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “A Jews' Blues”:
omg i miss u guysssss. -zalman
 May 15, 2011, 15:21 EDT
WalaWalaWala 
we miss you to z! Good luck in Miami!
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(deleted) gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “A Jews' Blues”:
Wow. Jew-rock. This is new. Not bad! Dig the Leslie. Real or simulated?
 May 01, 2011, 00:43 EDT
WalaWalaWala 
Thanks. It's simulated, but well played. Free download-- enjoy. "The Plight of Damascus"-- another of our songs also has some Jewish themes, as does "Panenthea". Our guitarist/keyboard player is religious, but I'm a non-religious Jew. I like to keep Matt amused with these kinds of things. -Shoham
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