Comin Home to You by Charles Edmund Carter

Broadjam Artist: Charles Edmund CarterSong: Comin Home to YouBroadjam Pro Reviewer: Nikki Hornsby (Songwriter, Artist, Producer, Arranger)Pro General Comments: As a pro reviewer each one has their own forte and opinions. I sometimes get into focusing o…

Charles Edmund Carter

Broadjam Artist: Charles Edmund Carter
Song: Comin Home to You

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Nikki Hornsby (Songwriter, Artist, Producer, Arranger)

Pro General Comments: As a pro reviewer each one has their own forte and opinions. I sometimes get into focusing on the music of the song and the lyrics and then the technical musicians' parts plus time factors which I hope to help for your submitted work. I think the Introduction musically doesn't seem to lead me wanting to hear more but the lyrics are exactly right on. This simply can be fixed as nothing is in cement until the song is released (published) or acquired by a publisher for an artist. I hear it as a country song and would have added some steel guitar parts to accent and in the bridge all would be fine. The story concept as I said is good but please relisten and look at 2:06 and 2:15 vocal pitch all the way to 2:22. The instrumental break could use some sweeting or rearrangements along with the introduction. Your vocalist I'm sorry is dragging the song deeper down which is all easily fixed in studio which your producer if knowing how that would have heard as well as your engineer is what you pay them to do for any of your work. I think this song could be reworked to be submitted for any licensing or acquisition IF that is your intention of which there was no indication. Put your best you can afford foot forward to continue on. Please do try to indicate first to a professional reviewer what or where you'd like your song (product) to end or begin with away from you... like a child you watch grow and leave home. Where do you want the song specifically to be considered in the music recording business for which consumers? It's a process sometimes taking a lifetime. I believe test marketing never may hurt any product but remember the first impression maybe the only chance you get for professional acquisition if it is set in stone. Polishing helps every stone before it's put into the ring.

Quote From Pro: The concept story line of "Comin' Home To You" is good as it follows the title well. There is room for improving in technical issues before it's submitted or published. Know that it may fit into many places once those issues are addressed. Good luck Charles and I look forward to hearing more of your work here in the Pro Reviewing section of BJ's website.

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