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Scott Welcome, nice station and de__scription of The Wide Wide Land
Anonymous Thank you. :) Does it appear to everyone with the color I've chosen, or just to me?
Christomir LOL, that was me, BTW
Scott yes, right now it's black and silver, don't forget to add a station pic
JukeBoxJax Hiya...most impressive....have linked to my station😎
steve april "late bloomer" over on m'page, featurin' steve ison vocals, been called beatlesque...i dunno...steve i. rocks, also check out his page...
Christomir Thanks, Jacki :) I have now linked to your station too.
Anonymous @ Steve April: Thanks for the heads up. I did notice Steve Ison too, even before you mentioned him. :)
Whitherward Thank you for adding our song Hand Of Fate to your station, Christomir! We're glad you like it! (thanks for the awesome comments, too! :-D )
Christomir You're welcome :) I am intrigued and will be waiting for your new album. Already subscribed to the YouTube channel and on BandCamp...
Richard Scotti Thank you so much for adding my song to your cool station!
Christomir You're welcome. Here I only add songs that I REALLY like, not ones that are just decent. ;)
Francesca tamellini Nice to be an earworm. Thank you
Christomir ;)
Poirot I don't usually w r i t e songs with this sort of tempo
Poirot Cheers! :)
Christomir Man, I loved that song :) I hope to find time soon, to listen through all of your other ones too, because you sure have a lot of them uploaded LOL
JeffAllenMyers Hey, Thanks so much for adding my songs....I am still alive and writing songs, just have not recorded them...been playing the acoustic a lot lately, and starting to feel it again :) Thanks again! Jeff
Christomir ^_^ Glad to know that. Can't wait to hear your new songs one day.
Larree Right back at you, Itso! Thanks!
Poirot Cheers!
Christomir Poirot, please check your PMs, I've written you one to ask a question...
JukeBoxJax Itso, your station is becoming quite impressive , keep it up😉
Christomir Thank you, Jacki :)
The Das Kaput hi! if you like Wet Dentist you should check out his new thing The Das Kaput!
David Nyro LMAO over Batman and Adele! HA! Thanks for adding "All You Ever Do is Rain!" Really appreciate this!
Christomir You are welcome :D
Christomir And yeah, LOL, I'm generaly a positive thinking guy - all about love, not hate - but I get trully irritated, when some mediocre and boring song becomes a global hit, and gets grossly overplayed in the media, to the point of making me sick of hearing it...
Christomir ...and that happnes only because the song "is the lead single by Adele" or "is the lead single by Madonna", or some stupid reason like that, instead of the actual quality of the particular song. People can be such sheep sometimes. :)
Mike Triba Thanks Itso for all the groovy IMP artists you have told me about, especially Whitherward and Tinatin. I just borrowed Ruby Tuesday as well!
Mike Triba Nice blurb of Music Monster buddy and your longest yet! You want me to rearrange the song order for you and all of WW at the top? Golden Kayaks are near!
Christomir Nah, I'm not too fussed about the song order - it's too much work to re-number all of them every time, so I only do it when I add new MLT songs...
Christomir For the other artists (even my next 2 favorites - Whitherward and Jeff Allen Myers), I just mostly leave them where they are. It's not a big deal - even if I put them right after the 11 MLT songs, they still wouldn't be on the first page of the station.
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MonaLisa Twins
The Wide Wide Land
Exquisitely written and produced, and emotionally moving folk-pop ballad - so good, that it could have easily been written by Lennon-McCartney or Paul Simon back in the '60s (the best decade for popular music). The only other thing I'm gonna say is - this song from 2012 is firmly in my personal all-time Top 10, along with 9 songs by famous (and not indie) artists and songwriters - those include songs released in all decades from the '60s to the 2000s, and from 6 or 7 different genres; 2 of them are Beatles songs. So I don't think I need to say more about how much I love this one, do I? added to station 1/21/2017 3:59:22 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
June
This is a brilliant composition, with typically MonaLisa Twins-ian lovely two-part harmony vocals, and a great Latin-flavored guitar riff (and I love Latin music). It is entirely original, so fresh and new, and yet it sounds like it could have been written by Roy Orbison in the early '60s. added to station 1/21/2017 8:32:22 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
That's Life
Elegant and flowing '60s-style pop song; sounds entertaining and classy at the same time, with shining sibling harmonies. added to station 2/2/2017 7:04:51 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
I Don't Know Birds That Well
A happy, carefree and insanely catchy song, with some lovely ukulele accompaniment, and a very cleverly arranged two-part vocal harmony which (to a non-musician like me) sounds quite difficult to sing and makes the song a real joy to listen to added to station 2/2/2017 6:58:35 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
When We're Together
So catchy, with such a frisky sound and positive vibe! This is my 5th favorite MonaLisa Twins song, out of the 14 originals they have released so far in their career. And since MLT are my 4th favorite band/artist of all time (including non-indie ones, obviously), it just shows how much I like this song. And yet almost everyone else seems to neglect it, and it's grossly underrated even among MLT fans. Oh well, it's their loss... added to station 9/12/2017 9:29:18 PM
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MonaLisa Twins
This Boy Is Mine
Lovely Beatlesque song in the style of '60s rock and roll and Merseybeat music added to station 1/21/2017 3:50:25 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
I Wanna Kiss You
Lovely energetic and lively '60s style song added to station 5/13/2017 1:02:08 PM
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MonaLisa Twins
Nothing Is In Vain
Psychedelic indeed. :) I like the complex harmonies and the overall great production of this one. added to station 2/24/2017 3:41:50 AM
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic 8021
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MonaLisa Twins
One More Time
Nice little retro song, in the style of late '50s rock-and-roll. added to station 2/24/2017 3:43:16 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
All About Falling In Love
I like this song's waltz-like rhythm and feel - very fitting from Mona and Lisa, who are originally from Vienna, Austria. added to station 1/21/2017 8:34:55 AM
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MonaLisa Twins
Waiting For The Waiter
added to station 10/6/2017 8:28:48 PM
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MonaLisa Twins
Dreams
added to station 5/13/2017 1:08:20 PM
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Jeff Allen Myers
Peace Of Mind
So far, my #1 favorite non-MonaLisa song on this station added to station 1/22/2017 12:10:14 AM
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic 8021
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Jeff Allen Myers
Till Tomorrow
Another great song by Jeff Allen Myers. I love the instrumental arrangement, with a layer of cello-like sound behind the guitars. added to station 1/22/2017 12:12:50 AM
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic 8021
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Mark Wirtz
Love is Eggshapped
I don't usually pay much attention to the lyrics, when I evaluate a song (I listen to music for the... you know, music), but I couldn't help but notice how witty the lyrics of this one are :) added to station 1/22/2017 1:04:54 AM
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Thought Gang
superman
added to station 1/22/2017 12:32:27 AM
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Ana Lovelis
I'm a Girl
added to station 1/22/2017 3:47:20 AM
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mcdaid
RIDE ON
added to station 1/22/2017 12:35:55 AM
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Hugh Hamilton
What to Do?
Definitely has a Beatlesque feel to it :) added to station 1/21/2017 11:49:51 PM
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mcdaid
MAGIC DREAM
added to station 1/21/2017 11:45:22 PM
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mcdaid
ANGEL
added to station 1/21/2017 11:42:33 PM
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Slightly Stoopid
Somebody
added to station 1/22/2017 2:33:25 PM
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Wet Dentist
Negative Amortization Pt2
added to station 1/22/2017 10:05:16 PM
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Norah Jones
Wurlitzer Prize (I don't wanna get over you)
added to station 1/22/2017 11:17:27 PM
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Mz Sahfiyah
Fly Boy
Very good reggaeton song added to station 1/22/2017 11:24:44 PM
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Zorba
Censurando Amor
I didn't know that they have flamenco music in Puerto Rico too. Thought they were more into reggaeton on that lovely island. :P Anyway, I love this song; and I love the addition of lyrics in other languages besides Spanish in it - Greek, Turkish and Russian - so unorthodox for a flamenco song, yet it works perfectly here... especially the Russian line "Ya tebya lyublyu" ("I love you"), sung by the lovely voice of another great artist, featured on this station of mine - the Georgian-Russian-American pearl Tinatin Japaridze. ;) Kudos to you, Mr Sahin (the producer) for finding such talented singer/songwriters, co-writing great music with them, and even bringing them together, to create this kind of magic :D added to station 1/23/2017 1:29:54 AM
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Whitherward
Hand Of Fate
A catchy and frisky folk-pop song - just the way I like them. The arrangement (instrumentation, harmonies, etc.) is clever and complex, yet the song doesn't sound overproduced. Very well done. added to station 1/23/2017 3:14:28 AM
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Doublehead
Down
I love melodic trip-hop and jazzy downtempo electronica like this. I prefer higher and brighter vocals (mostly female), but Shaun's voice works too, in this case. Very nice beat, melody and overall sound :) added to station 1/23/2017 8:46:48 PM
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Hiels
The Nature's Song
added to station 1/23/2017 9:44:45 PM
Psychedelic Rock 8021
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Jeff Allen Myers
Stop Your Crying Girl
added to station 1/24/2017 9:31:25 PM
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Jeff Allen Myers
Walk On By
added to station 1/24/2017 9:45:54 PM
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Richard Scotti
SHE'S AN ANGEL
Haha, I didn't realize there was a sub-genre named "Beatles Pop" on IMP. And this song definitely deserves to be classified as such. added to station 1/24/2017 9:00:51 PM
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Jeff Allen Myers
Do You Feel?
Do you feel the love... 3 Seriously, all 5 songs by Jeff Allen Myers that I have added to this station are pure delight. Basically, to me his music is the next best thing to the MonaLisa Twins here on IMP. added to station 1/25/2017 12:54:37 AM
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Sheryl Crow
Sweet Child O' Mine
Well, this is kinda famous :P And, of course, I like it more than the original by GnR. Oh, and it won a Grammy, FWIW... added to station 1/25/2017 3:38:12 AM
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Fleet Foxes
White Winter Hymnal
I know this song from a silky smooth cover on YouTube by Juliana Daily, but this original is great in its own right. added to station 1/25/2017 4:27:07 AM
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The Offspring
Come Out And Play
added to station 1/25/2017 4:33:10 AM
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Sean Lenox
I Saw the Moon
Ooh, what an unusual and creative backing track... combining many influences and styles. Me like :) added to station 1/25/2017 6:12:17 PM
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Rue
All Around You
Very nice high-pitched vocals. Slightly Beatlesque, though it doesn't quite fully live up to the genre designation "Beatlesque Pop", IMHO... But thus it actually proves that music doesn't always need to sound exactly like that of the Beatles to be good, even for a Beatlemaniac like me ;) added to station 1/26/2017 1:33:53 AM
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Francesca Tamellini
The Crown
This is one of those songs you don't analyze - you just like them, and listen to them, because they're beautiful. No need to explain. added to station 1/27/2017 11:33:17 PM
Easy Listening/Soft Rock 8021
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Rachel Collis
Golden Age
added to station 1/30/2017 4:01:36 AM
Pop 8021
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Dream Secret
So Far Away
I actually don't like everything in this song - I only love the frisky and catchy backing track, and the vocal parts of the verses (not the refrain and the bridge); but those are memorable enough for me to add this song to my earworms... added to station 1/31/2017 12:59:31 AM
Beatlesque Pop 8021
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The Pozers
The Time and Place
OK, OK, they said it's Beatlesque, and they convinced me - I'll add it :P added to station 1/31/2017 1:25:08 AM
Beatlesque Pop 8021
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Fade to Black
Angel
Catchy song, bright-sounding wiry guitar riff. While this style of rock music is not usually my favorite, this particular song is good. And it's already the 3rd song on my station with "Angel" in the title...LOL I promise I'm not into angels - it's just a coincidence :P added to station 1/31/2017 4:03:23 PM
Rock 8021
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Poirot
The Drunk Cabaret
Fascinating song - I don't usually like songs with this sort of tempo and rhythm, but for this one it is all somehow perfectly fitting, and I love the mysterious tango-like retro feel to it. I think I can detect some Greek music influence too, and since I am from the Balkans myself, I don't mind it at all. added to station 1/31/2017 7:53:50 PM
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Poirot
Mine
Lovely and elegant kind of song. I think parts of the melody remind me of some great old Bulgarian pop-rock song from the '70s or '80s, though I can't remember which one exactly... but that's a good thing, and I don't mean to say it's ripped off (if it was, I would probably remember which song it is from; and it's probably not famous enough outside Bulgaria for that to happen anyway), on the contrary - I like it when I find similarities of good music with older good music... added to station 2/1/2017 1:25:01 AM
Alternative Pop Rock 8021
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Stacey
Hey You
I like the liveliness, the hooks, and the punchy backing track of this pop song. And the multi-tracked vocals are always welcome. added to station 2/1/2017 4:13:47 AM
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American Dreamers
Breathe Again
I would classify this as pure pop, rather than "Americana", but either way, it's a great song. I don't have the prejudice that some people have towards pop music, and I don't think being catchy and fun to listen to makes it shallow. Good songwriting here, good instrumentation, and good job by both vocalists. All bases covered. Or should I say "bases loaded" ;) Unfortunately, the duo hasn't had a new song on here for a while, so I don't know when or whether they'll ever hit a home run with their next song, for a grand slam... added to station 2/1/2017 5:07:39 AM
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Poppermost
Isabella Vina
Well written and produced, oldies-inspired song - within the true definition of the term "retro". Good find, Steve ;) added to station 2/1/2017 5:55:52 AM
Indie Pop 8021
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Gary Ritchie
Alright
Another upbeat, happy and enjoyable '60s style retro gem, found by Steve for his station, and borrowed by me for mine added to station 2/1/2017 6:36:22 AM
Power Pop 8021
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Gary Ritchie
Pretty Little Gina
As the song blurb itself says - British Invasion. Indeed ^_^ Just like the MonaLisa Twins ;) Except with this guy it should be called "Texan Invasion", and with the twins - "Austrian Invasion"...LOL added to station 2/1/2017 3:57:19 PM
Pop Rock 8021
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Gary Ritchie
You Were Only Using Me
added to station 2/1/2017 4:11:35 PM
Power Jangle 8021
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Gary Ritchie
I'll Be There
Yet more '60s-style energy, fun and positivity to be had here added to station 2/1/2017 4:14:02 PM
Power Pop 8021
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DeMonicka
Born To Sing
Again, like Francesca's song above here, this is one of those that you don't *think* about, you just *feel* them... added to station 2/7/2017 9:32:57 PM
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Hiels
Cockroach
When will we hear the girl (Viktoria) sing? :P Seriously though, those who know me are aware that I prefer bright female voices, so this here might not be quite my most favorite way of delivering vocals (though I acknowledge the singer is really good)... but I'm still adding this band's songs to my very picky station, which only comes to show how great I think they are, overall. Go, Ukraine (my Slavic brothers)! added to station 2/7/2017 10:04:53 PM
Indie Rock 8021
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Tinatin
Wild
Oh, wow :O I have Steve and his "New and Noteworthy" station to thank for yet another great discovery for me here on IMP. This song has a fascinating complex sound (instrumentation + lovely vocals, and melodies + textures), so artfully and creatively assembled by this Georgian lady, from such a unique and delightful mishmash of stylistic and even cultural influences, that it's impossible for me to define not only the main genre (it's absolutely not just "Brit Pop", as it's labeled) - frankly, even the different and diverse influences and styles are hard to exactly put my finger on... The song has both something retro, and something modern; something Western, and something Eastern... And I would have noticed the latter, even if I didn't already know the lady was from Georgia... and that's the Georgia on the border between Europe and Asia, not the US state :P Anyway, whatever it is, this is truly beautiful and meaningful, and at the same time infectious and dance-worthy; even - jump-worthy. Combining those qualities is an extremely rare feat. added to station 2/8/2017 2:19:19 AM
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Poirot
Somebody's Leaving
Another slow-moving melancholic kinda song, which appeals to me a bit unexpectedly (considering I mostly like much more up-tempo and positive sounding music). Maybe it's the slight Beatlesque feel to it, who knows... ;) added to station 2/12/2017 2:39:16 PM
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Poirot
Goodbye
added to station 3/23/2017 2:53:51 AM
Mellow Acoustic Blues 8021
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Peter Kearns
Same Here
Now I have a song by a Kiwi on my station too. A (clearly) Beatles-influenced Kiwi - how about that? ^_^ added to station 4/1/2017 6:48:27 PM
Psychedelic Pop 8021
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Peter Kearns
Live in the Past
More of an '80s style pop-rock song, unlike the earlier-period retro style "Same Here"... But still very good. added to station 4/1/2017 6:57:24 PM
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David Nyro
All You Ever Do is Rain, featuring Maddy Dullum
Borrowed this one from my friend Mike's station - "Groovy and 60's Style". I actually hate rain, but I like this song. The melody is good, Maddy's vocals are good, and the arrangement and production is good - quite complex and loud, but in this case I don't mind; I like strings. :) added to station 5/19/2017 1:04:12 PM
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Hugh Hamilton
L.O.V.E. (Duet with Dick Aven)
What a fun little long ^_^ How did I miss it, when I visited Hugh's page before? The sax and banjo combination is so unusual, yet so cool :O I will digress here, but I have to say the style of this one reminds me (minus the sax) of a song titled "Homeward Girl" by British duo IDER, from back in the days, when they were known as "Lily and Meg" and created simpler and catchier music, which was actually fun to listen to... added to station 5/19/2017 1:20:51 PM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 8021
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Morcheeba
Everybody Loves a Loser
Love Morcheeba and their melodic triphoppy-poppy-jazzy kind of style. I was pleasantly surprised to find out they have an artist page here on IMP too (thanks for that, Nathan :)), as they are kinda world famous. But I'm not complaining ;) added to station 5/28/2017 12:36:18 PM
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Whitherward
The Anchor
Love the vocal arrangement of this one - so creative and compelling! Love the song overall too; loved it ever since I heard it several months ago. ;) Thank you for your fine music, Ed, Ashley and co. added to station 5/24/2017 9:22:46 PM
Alternative Indie Folk 8021
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Whitherward
Sleeping With A Stranger
What an unusual, yet awesome song! Definitely in my Top 5 favorite songs from the entire discography of this band (yes, I have explored their entire discography :P). I love the waltz rhythm and feel to it, which (like every song in 3/4 meter, with some good melodies) makes me feel like I wanna spin in circles... except with my 2 left feet I can't dance anything properly, let alone - waltz...LOL But the feel is in there regardless, and it's lovely. Also, I have to say I'm generally not a fan of classical/opera style singing, and the vocals in this one are definitely influenced by that style a bit; and yet on this occasion I like it, as it somehow fits the song perfectly; which I guess makes sense, given the aforementioned waltz vibe. And finally, a big THANK YOU to the artists for uploading this song on IMP now, although it's an older one, not from the new album. I will keep nagging them for other such "old" favorites of mine (I put "old" in quotes, because I'm sure to most listeners in the IMP community those songs are new, simply because they have never heard them; which is something I think should definitely change ;)). added to station 6/28/2017 12:08:29 PM
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Whitherward
Music Monster
My #1 favorite song by Whitherward! And that's saying a lot, as I really REALLY like quite a few of their songs... Since it's an "older" song too (see my blurb for "Sleeping With A Stranger" for more on that), I bullied Ashley and Ed into uploading it onto their IMP page now (LOL) and then I ran, didn't walk, to log into here and add it to my station... Maybe I shouldn't analyze it too much and try to put a genre label on it... Whitherward themselves listed it as "Indie Folk", but it's definitely more than just that - part of the beauty of such epic great songs is that they are almost *above* any genre classifications. Whatever it is, I simply love it. The melodies, the clever vocal arrangement and inspired vocal performance by both singers, the orchestral/chamber-music feel with the abundance of instruments in the backing track (which in this case doesn't seem excessive at all, as it fits the song perfectly; I especially loved the idea to add the trombone) - everything adds up to a brilliant work of art in popular music format, which somehow manages to be insanely catchy at the same time; rather than being "sophisticated" but actually just pretentious and boring, which sometimes happens when music artists try to be too... well, artsy; not in this case though - the *artsy* feel comes naturally, from within the Music Monster, and doesn't hurt the catchiness and enjoyability of the song for me (Do such words even exist in English - "catchiness" and "enjoyability", or did I just invent them?...LOL Anyway, whoever knows my music tastes, or even just looks at all the blurbs on this station, will know that those two qualities of songs, whatever they should be called, are essential for my music experience). And this blurb is already getting way too long anyway, so I'll just say this (borrowing a bit from the song page :P): Beware the Music Monster! When it is loosed, those in its path wither (not whither ;)) before its power! Muahahahahaha added to station 10/1/2017 8:24:44 PM
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Whitherward
Teeth
This song, from Whitherward's new album "The Anchor", is not even among my favorite songs from the album, and it's still very good - that's how good the album is. :D Actually, come to think of it, the only thing I don't like about this song is the sluggish tempo (though I understand why Ed and Ashley chose it); everything else is good - the melodies, the vocals, the instrumentation... I'll be waiting and hoping for their next uploads from "The Anchor", and hopefully some more great songs from their older EPs too ;) added to station 7/29/2017 5:35:45 PM
Indie Folk 8021
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Rachel Fuller
Ruby Tuesday
I almost always like covers of Stones songs, sung with female and high-pitched male voices. It's because IMHO The Glimmer Twins (in this particular case - Keith on his own) wrote some great songs over the '60s and '70s, but I'd have never known they are great, if I only listened to them in the original Stones versions, with Mick on vocals - I simply hate most of their vocal arrangements, and Mick's voice and style of singing itself. So I am always grateful, when a lady (like Pete Townshend's woman here) takes a gloomy-sounding Stones song, originally sung in a depressing way by Mick, sings it in a higher key (or whatever the proper term is), and makes it sound much more bright and cheerful. And no, I don't care, when the lyrics are still gloomy and/or negative - I still like my music to sound bright and cheerful, regardless ^_^ added to station 7/2/2017 1:57:56 PM
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Francesca Tamellini
I Guess I Should Say Thank You
OK, OK, I surrender - I'll add it :P It's just too beautiful :) added to station 10/6/2017 3:13:10 AM
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Van Morrison
Brown Eyed Girl
Ha... I didn't even realize we had an actual '60s classic on IMP. Thank you, Mr FCL, for making me aware of it via your station :) added to station 10/10/2017 10:29:24 PM
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