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    "Taken by an angel" a song written for my mom when she passed away

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    heres a song I wrote about lose I would love some honest feedback
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    http://www.soundclick.com/util/strea...d=3747929&q=hi

    or try www.soundclick.com/tommylowe

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    Touchy tune! It sounds a little strange. Like it was recorded live in long hall without any audience. Reminds my of tape machines doing echo effects but that's because of backing vocals. I'm sure it's same singer singing all of them.
    Sound is a little tiny too. Needs more bass.

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    I agree it's a touching song... and to reduce the verb. Hey, it cuts off at 2:35.

    Tim

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    Thanks for listening I recorded the vocals in an empty room trying to create that open church feeling and then doubled up the vocals with a little reverb on the backing tracks so i guess i over achieved what i was trying for

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