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(@smokindog)
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Twisted fingers wrote this for week 47 in the sunday songwriters forum. I did the backing track and geoo did the vocals. This is a love gone wrong, cryin in my beer country song complete with steel geetar.
Its called" "She Don't Talk To Me Any More"

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 cnev
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Y'all got yer country mojo working...very nice

Geoo - great voice

Aaron - Nice writing man

Dog- More great stuff from the dog pound

I think I'll go kick the dog now

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 geoo
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Thanks for letting me take part Smokin. TF wrote a terrific song.

Geoo

“The hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn” - David Russell (Scottish classical Guitarist. b.1942)


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(@thejackal)
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Put together very well.

I felt like maybe the tempo could have been just a little bit quicker. Not even sure why. Just felt like there was a little too long a pause between lines.

Still liked it a lot though.

TheJackal.

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(@twistedfingers)
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Thanks for letting me take part Smokin. TF wrote a terrific song.

Geoo

Aaron - Nice writing man

THanks folks.

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(@smokindog)
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Thanks guys, it was lots of fun to do!! i might try to change the tempo a bit with the audacity program, Ill see how that sounds, but I think it should be fairly slow, we will see :D --the dog

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 Taso
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Very nice! Could definitly be a HIT. Sounds good EVERYONE, nice lyrics too.

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 Nils
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Sounds good guys. Nice lyrics, nice vocals and nice playing.

I made a copy so if I can sell it I will give you your 10% to share OK

The only thing I can think to add is a pickup truck unless it is assumed that is what she came home in at 4:30 in the morning then it is covered.

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(@crank-n-jam)
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Yup, excellent stuff! Liked it a lot.

Jason

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(@twistedfingers)
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Sounds good guys. Nice lyrics, nice vocals and nice playing.

I made a copy so if I can sell it I will give you your 10% to share OK

The only thing I can think to add is a pickup truck unless it is assumed that is what she came home in at 4:30 in the morning then it is covered.

lol Nils.

Thanks, Crank

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(@sin-city-sid)
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Ya fella's got to warn a guy before you play that stuff. Man I needed to be sittin in a bar somewhere crying the blues for that song

Great job everyone.


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(@anonymous)
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My wife and I gave your work a listen today.
I am not a country music fan but I liked it and think you did a great job.
My wife (who is a big country music fan) liked the song but thinks it should be done at a faster tempo.


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(@smokindog)
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My wife and I gave your work a listen today.
I am not a country music fan but I liked it and think you did a great job.
My wife (who is a big country music fan) liked the song but thinks it should be done at a faster tempo.

Thanks, glad you guys liked it. country is not really my bag, but I love the old cry in your beer, moms in prison, the dog got ran over by a train, traditional C&W songs. I did speed it up about 6% to see how it sounded, but I liked the slower version better, But if you download the mp3 file and load it on to audacity you can speed up the tempo without changing the pitch. This works very well and sounds natural. --the dog

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(@ignar-hillstrom)
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Sounds great, I'm not going to speed it up. While I don't consider myself a country fan (maybe because I don't know a single C&W song) I have to say this is pretty relaxed and chill. Nice job dudes!


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