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I need a singer to do this song for me, its not tough 2:30 length, simple lyric...I`ll supply the music, [track] this song needs to be sang "dirty" if you know what i`m talking about.
the music track is tribal, primitive sounding. its historic, and emotional I think. can let you hear me singing this, but i`m no singer, it will give you my idea what I wanted. nothing in this world is free,
I know that. if you would like to hear let me know, and if you can`t then maybe you can suggest someone for this song..thanks so much if you make it here to read..

hope this is the correct place to put this note...

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"Dirty" as in with a gravely voice, or with an I Want To Fuck You Like An Animal attitude?

 

Either way, PM a link to the track and I'll give it a listen.  :) 

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I was thinking the first choice

....lol

 

hey HoboSage how are you...

 

 I`ll post here it is just inquiry maybe I can find a singer thanks.

in this the voice does not follow the lyric, I have changed the lyric for historic reasons, and have to change them
again..that being said..its not the "norm on writing lyric...AA B AA B kind of song. please forgive the voice its me and I`m no singer..

this song needs to be sang "dirty" if you know what i`m talking about.
the music track is tribal, primitive sounding. its historic, and emotional I think.
and if you can`t then maybe you can suggest someone for this song..thanks so much if you make it here to read and listen.. All the lyric is in video and I`ll post the change here too. the video will change, mostly for effect for this song.

revise:
Dancing horses on every side
make men nervous when they drew the lines
The second shot heard around the world...
some ran for cover, and some held ground.


https://youtu.be/K6yxs490W9s

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Sounds cool, Lane.  But, it's all percussion+f/x with no discernablemusic bed that I can hear - even the low end isn't really a bass line.  In one respect, any vocal melody could be sung to it, and in another (where I'm at), I wouldn't have a clue how to sing to this.  I'm wondering if a dramatic narration in rhythm, though not a "rap," with maybe some background crowd chants in rhythm, would be a better fit.

 

David

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6 hours ago, HoboSage said:

Sounds cool, Lane.  But, it's all percussion+f/x with no discernablemusic bed that I can hear - even the low end isn't really a bass line.  In one respect, any vocal melody could be sung to it, and in another (where I'm at), I wouldn't have a clue how to sing to this.  I'm wondering if a dramatic narration in rhythm, though not a "rap," with maybe some background crowd chants in rhythm, would be a better fit.

 

David

in this David thats what I was trying for, that little vocal melody, almost like a narrative, the front clip is just the intro..and I wanted to keep this as bare and  basic as I could. I have looked everywhere for some kind of chant for this, I was thinking of that at the end of this song. kinda like a cadence when people  worked in fields. I can find songs but that will not fit in here in my opinion. thanks so much for taking a look at this and your thoughts..if I come up with anything I`ll let you get a look at it..

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You can't record a scratch vocal track for reference? 

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