Zipcode by Charles Edmund Carter

Broadjam Artist: Charles Edmund CarterSong: ZipcodeBroadjam Pro Reviewer: Nikki Hornsby (Songwriter, Artist, Producer, Arranger)Pro General Comments: I love this song from the intro to the end and it has to do with your vocalists childish vocal excelle…

Charles Edmund Carter

Broadjam Artist: Charles Edmund Carter
Song: Zipcode

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

Pro General Comments: I love this song from the intro to the end and it has to do with your vocalists childish vocal excellent sound work. There is a place in the production that I would have punched in a corrected note or two but in my pro-opinion the songs as it is it's really OK. I am impressed by the application of the dichotomy of the death of the child's parents and the child's way of expressing it this way. It's done well. Bravo for the topic covered and how you have done exactly that task. The way to find a knitch for it to fit is the step you may take in a global search but it maybe in a short film or tv spot regarding even covid-19 for children since the space in time of under 4:00.

Quote From Pro: I ended listening at least five times just because the vocal was so cute, cute, Cute! It was well done and give "Zip Code" out as it's done well from the beginning to the end showing the listener where the premise goes to the great ending conclusion. The place about Mom missing the birthday to about the letter to Dad. "IF heaven has a zip code" is a kind of way to share the loss of parents in a way that is kind and with the good work even though the subject is usually very sad. I appreciate this type of vision of the songwriters to provide a window of caring and love with this point of view.

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