Small Town Affair-Female Vocal with Guitar Break by The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit Detroit

Broadjam Artist: The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit DetroitSong: Small Town Affair-Female Vocal with Guitar BreakBroadjam Pro Reviewer: Elizabeth Elkins (Songwriter)Pro General Comments: There are a lot of very cool things happening her…

The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit Detroit

Broadjam Artist: The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit Detroit
Song: Small Town Affair-Female Vocal with Guitar Break

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Elizabeth Elkins (Songwriter)

Pro General Comments: There are a lot of very cool things happening here, but some issues. I want to focus on the good things first. First, it's really different and cool and weird. Second, the arrangement is non-traditional. In this case, I think it works, but it would hold you back if you were trying to get other artists to record this, or if you want this to go to the radio right now. For an artist statement, it's pretty awesome. Here are my concerns with the song - first, the female vocal doesn't really seem to fit the vibe of the band. I could hear her working in a duet, but I'm not certain if she is a guest vocalist, or a part of the band when I checked out your artist page, so it left me a little bit confused. The other main issue I have is that the drums are all over the place. The rhythm section groove loses me a few times, and with a cool, interesting vibe like this song, I really want those players to lock in and keep me grooving. Another concern for me is that arrangement. Even though the unique arrangement could be seen as a good thing, there is not enough repetition of a lyrical hook to stick in my head. "Small Town Affair" is a really cool idea - could that phrase come back a few times as a refrain to really nail the point? I think it's worth messing with.

Quote From Pro: Weird, wild and wonderful - The Pursuit from the Original Wilson Mower Pursuit Detroit pull out all the stops on this crazy ride inspired by a small town wedding run amok.

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