But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
Copyright 2018 Scott Lake
Mic I used is an ancient (to me at least) Electrovoice RE11
David is my brother
David is my brother from a different mother.
beautiful 😀 love the piano and your voice is great. at times i hear willie nelson 😀
That Rhodes / Wurly piano sounds beautiful. Your vocal is silky smooth too. Really lovely is this 😀
Beautiful song. The piano is very nicely done and vocals sound great. The simplicity of the lyrics works well with the accompaniment.
Beautiful song Scott, great voice and love that EP!
Interesting earnest arrangement for the lyric
Lovely keys! 'David is.....' (Rapturous applause that builds and then the curtain comes up and the whole band kicks on 'my brother!!!!!')
Ah... proof that a simple melody and sparse lyrics can still produce an beautiful song. I enjoyed it!
I often try and keep lyrics to a minimum when I write, but you've taken it to another level with this.
I love the simple arrangement and the atmospheric of the overall song.
This is so good, has a sound and mood of it's own.
Love your voice.
Scott ~ I was wondering how you were going to make those lryics work.... hehe. and I like this. Love that you end on the word "is"... and well heck, I know it isn't the song, but I do really like your voice. Hugs to you!!
This is such a different kind of song to my ears. It feels so calming, yet there is this tension about waiting for the message to get out. It makes for a neat song. I look forward to hearing more of your work.
Love the sound of that keyboard. So good. And your silky smooth vocals.
Lovely piano on this. Tight, contemplative piece.
(I don't think I caught the "from a different mother" line. Honestly, I didn't miss it, except that the previous commenter had said something about it and I was curious what I would think... )
Solid song here! (=
Love your minimalist approach to this. Who'd have thought two lines could be stretched out over a two minute song.
The only criticisms I would make is that IMHO you use "Yes, he is!" too early, since you have not completed the sentence at that point. Unless you were trying to use it existentially David is (i.e: he exists) . Was that the case? And the killer line "from another mother" gets garbled a little and sounds rushed, whereas I think it should be the last line and really hammered home. So all the love we sense throughout the song is reinforced by this final piece of information. But that's just what I'd do with it. It is your piece and very effective it is too.