[percussion + rock] "rainbow" 🌈

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When was the last time you saw a 🌈 rainbow?

The rainbow can be a magical symbol and stand for many
things. Our song “Rainbow” captures exactly this magic:
"rainbow" Note: You have to click the "play" button.

small rainbow city 01 w 01.jpg

Your comments on the song - progression, mix, associations -
are very welcome and appreciated.

Enjoy! :wink:
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Nice rock song with different parts. I liked the percussion and strong soundscape. Good job.

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enroe,
Thank you for the review! The human chorus reminds me of Enigma (good). I like the panned bongos, or whatever they are. I like the lead vocals too (as usual they remind me of Bowling For Soup). Nice strings. I like the entire song, including the mix! :)
You can hear my original music at this link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/defau ... dID=224436

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Hey @enroe. The presentation of your work on your website is an interesting approach. The background information, the graphics, the little player.

The tune itself is really interesting. It reminds me of one of my favorite bands FM (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FM_(Canadian_band)). The tune has a real epic vibe to it. Nice work.

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Great songwriting again, Andy. The track has a huge sound with the return of the choir and the big snare. I really liked the way the almost-African percussion at the beginning gave way to the 1980s drumkit.

Melodically, parts of this song reminded me of some Aqualung-era Jethro Tull, which is another bonus in my opinion.

Good work :)

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markkuja wrote: Thu May 02, 2024 11:59 pm Nice rock song with different parts. I liked the percussion and strong soundscape. Good job.
Thank you markkuja. I - we - really appreciate your feedback! :wink:
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aaron aardvark wrote: Fri May 03, 2024 8:05 pm enroe,
Thank you for the review! The human chorus reminds me of Enigma (good). I like the panned bongos, or whatever they are. I like the lead vocals too (as usual they remind me of Bowling For Soup). Nice strings. I like the entire song, including the mix! :)
Yeah, a little "Enigma"-spirit is there inside. And yes, it's bongoes on the far
left and far right. “Bowling For Soup” are really good. Such an association is
a great honor. Thank you, Aaron! :D
free mp3s + info: andy-enroe.de songs + weird stuff: enroe.de

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Very cool groove, it immediately draws you in.
The vocal melodic line is extremely interesting, I particularly like how this is not mainstream but still remains accessible.
The coral breakdown is nice contrast and the song structure keeps you involved.
Very nice tune :tu:

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enroe,
I spent a fair amount of time hunting for a song of yours that I haven't reviewed before. Now listening to "In All Corners", though I think there is a fair chance I reviewed this earlier. If you feel I still owe you a review, leave me a link and song title on my thread. Anyway, I think the song the sounds very good all around! Once again, some Enigma-like human chorus stuff. Vocals, guitar, melodies, and everything else sound quite good. And once again, vocals remind me of Bowling For Soup. :)
You can hear my original music at this link: https://www.soundclick.com/artist/defau ... dID=224436

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Great composition and arrangement. A real journey of a song. Vocals sound great and so does the percussion. Very well done!

Thanks for sharing!

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Great song with an outstanding arrangement. The percussion, choirs and brief string section create a special atmosphere. The evolving arrangement is interesting throughout and the 5 minutes quickly fly by. The shifts in instrumentation and percussion grooves work very well. I can imagine how involved it was to create this.

The mix is very good. All the parts are balanced and gel into a coherent wholes.

Switching from my ears to my eyes and the PDF, I was a little confused by some of the lyrics. I didn't understand exactly how the unethical business man related to rainbows. Who is the "you" referring to in "Because you see things"? Is that the business man, the listener or someone else?

Great job overall!

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ecamburn wrote: Thu May 09, 2024 6:47 am Hey @enroe. The presentation of your work on your website is an interesting approach. The background information, the graphics, the little player.

The tune itself is really interesting. It reminds me of one of my favorite bands FM (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FM_(Canadian_band)). The tune has a real epic vibe to it. Nice work.
Oh, thank you. It's nice that you also appreciate the graphic presentation.

Of course the song itself is the focus. I didn't know FM from Canada before.
Unfortunately they are easily confused with FM UK. Curious as I am, I listened
to “tonight: Magic (in your eyes)". They actually make very vocal based melodic
epic rock music. Great! They released their last album in 1987 - so quite a
while ago. In any case: thank you for this association! :tu:
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Really enjoyed this Andy. Great feel and lots of cool parts. I also love the sentiment.
Glorious.
Well done!
:)
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seismic1 wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 3:22 pm Great songwriting again, Andy. The track has a huge sound with the return of the choir and the big snare. I really liked the way the almost-African percussion at the beginning gave way to the 1980s drumkit.

Melodically, parts of this song reminded me of some Aqualung-era Jethro Tull, which is another bonus in my opinion.

Good work :)
Yeah, thank you, seismic1!

We are particularly honored to be mentioned in the classic
"Aqualung" by Jethro Tull. Thank you for that! :wink:
free mp3s + info: andy-enroe.de songs + weird stuff: enroe.de

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Great song! Listened twice so far. The pre-chorus and the chorus are really done. The vocal melody in the chorus is particularly cool. Nice clean mix too.

A webpage suggestion: maybe clicking the link to the lyrics opens it in new tab/page. This way listener can read the lyrics after the song starts playing.

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