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Acoustic, Medieval, Folk song - The Lost Words of a Poet

Posted: 03 Apr 2011 09:23
by innerdream
Hi bards

I've uploaded a new acoustic, folky, celtic song The Lost Words of a Poet onto my soundclick and youtube, inspired by Blind Guardian classics The Bards Song, A Past and Future Secret, Curse My Name

http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=10474651

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMVtaZAfTRU

Your comments are greatly appreciated as this is one of the few acoustic guitar songs i've written!

Cheers
Paul

Re: Acoustic, Medieval, Folk song - The Lost Words of a Poet

Posted: 25 Apr 2011 21:41
by Shepherd
Very relaxing. The flute and acoustic sounds sounded great. It was missing a little bit of a hook. The "I was lost" vocal part seemed like it was going to be a real climaxing hook but it just rounded out. It's not that catchy overall but it sets a cool mood and overall is an enjoyable song. You also do a good job with the clapping and drums, they are small details but seem to go a long way here.

Re: Acoustic, Medieval, Folk song - The Lost Words of a Poet

Posted: 26 Apr 2011 09:56
by innerdream
Shepherd wrote:Very relaxing. The flute and acoustic sounds sounded great. It was missing a little bit of a hook. The "I was lost" vocal part seemed like it was going to be a real climaxing hook but it just rounded out. It's not that catchy overall but it sets a cool mood and overall is an enjoyable song. You also do a good job with the clapping and drums, they are small details but seem to go a long way here.
cheers Shepherd - the little extra bits of percussion do help fill out the song - i will be trying more acoustic stuff in the future though - its whetted my appetite!

Re: Acoustic, Medieval, Folk song - The Lost Words of a Poet

Posted: 20 Feb 2013 00:46
by Lorn_Songster
really liked 8)