Jack and Jill by Alan Lee Carpenter

Broadjam Artist: Alan Lee CarpenterSong: Jack and JillBroadjam Pro Reviewer: Elizabeth Elkins (Songwriter)Pro General Comments: Okay, you hit the jackpot on this one. This one should be in a television show for sure. If you’re in Los Angeles, that shou…

Alan Lee Carpenter

Broadjam Artist: Alan Lee Carpenter
Song: Jack and Jill

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Elizabeth Elkins (Songwriter)

Pro General Comments: Okay, you hit the jackpot on this one. This one should be in a television show for sure. If you're in Los Angeles, that should be a huge focus for you to connect and network with music supervisors and have two to three songs for them to review, this being one of them. Though songs called "Jack and Jill" are pretty common, this one is just unique enough to hit a homerun. Once again, don't love the guitar solo, might be a mix thing, don't be afraid to let those solos sit a little tighter in your mix. Both times they have felt more like metal solos in a song that wasn't quite a metal song. It needs more atmosphere in the break, and likely cut them in half. Awesome lyric - and, as you know by now - really really good vocal. This hook will be stuck in my head for days. Great writing, nicely recorded and perfectly sung. Have you listen to Airborne Toxic Event's "Songs of God and Whiskey" - if you haven't, check it out for inspiration.

Quote From Pro: Music supervisors, tune in for a wistful, powerful vocal and indie folk vibe. This song is begging for a feature in a teen television program. Fantastic writing, recording and performance.

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