Sean LenoxI Saw the Moon
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016 11:26:09 PM
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016 11:28:10 PM
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Mystery Radio
PICNIC
New and Noteworthy
Groovy and 60's Style
Itso's Earworms
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https://seanlenox.bandcamp.com/album/the-time-i-rode-a-horse-to-the-moon


Make this flowing water stop
Our world is being washed away
The reindeer have been hiding for days
From all this rain

Oh, I'll wait for you to

Call me when there's an end to this soon
I thought that you opened your mind when I saw the moon

Our dilemma is confusing, no?
Is this not what we desire?
Life-giving rain?

Call me when there's an end to this soon
I thought that you opened your mind when I saw the moon

Someone spoke with the Rainmaker tonight
Opened his eyes to this pain
And Blizzie looked at me
And when she smiled I knew
That the moon was out
And I'd be sleeping soon

Call me now there's an end to this soon
I knew that you opened your mind when I saw the moon
Song Comments

Mystery Radio
This is a happening track, lots of variety and cool instrumentation. like that vibraphone or xylophone effect. cool touches with the percussion in the middle of the song, great bass line too sweet synth, nice syncopation in places, good vox. really like the whole essence of the song. very mysterious and captivating


New and Noteworthy
very groovy musicality, the vibes are grand, fresh sonics, jazzrock vibe, backing vocals, with extended bold, poetic form, drum rolls, and chorus "i saw the moon," kudos...


PICNIC
from the startin' bass line, to the fresh, exotic vibes,the evocative, jazzy patina 'i saw the moon,' to the adventurous, eclectic storytellin', gotta tip my hat, a rainmaker, rockin'...


Itso's Earworms
Ooh, what an unusual and creative backing track... combining many influences and styles. Me like :)


Groovy and 60's Style
At first I visualized Tom Cruise mixing cocktails barefoot to the tune of a Beach Boys song. Then I woke up dancing on the sand and staring into the light of the moon. Then suddenly Ravi Shankar came floating by in a dinghy playing his sitar. Wait, what? Sorry; never mind. I just had my eyes closed listening to your groovy song.


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