|I'm a fan of the Bee Gees, so in honor of the trio I made this digital one of them from the '60s. Took me four days to finish.|
*gasp* I've Been Tagged!I've been tagged...the culprit this time is :iconerinpelicano:.*gasp* I've Been Tagged! by MonkeesFan
Because it's been a while since I was last tagged, I shall try my very best to answer the questions, think up 10 new questions of my own, and then tag some unsuspecting victims!
1. What is your favorite city?
What...you mean favorite city as in one I've visited and I like, or just one I would like to go to?
If I could pick any city to visit for say, a couple of weeks, and without having to worry about travel expenses, then I'd pick London. Better yet, a tour of all the major cities in Europe!
2. What's your fondest memory from childhood?
I don't have one memory in particular that stands out from the rest, but I can say that I've always had fun when spending time with family -- or, more specifically, my crazy cousins. (look out, I'm at least equally crazy, if not more so
Tagged In The Bottom...Again...ow..UPDATE: NEW VOCAL COVERS!Tagged In The Bottom...Again...ow.. by Gamzguy17
I've updated something new! Wow, took long enough eh??
Here's a couple of vocal covers from 1966. These songs embraced the psychedelic boom that had been happening at the time.
Sunshine Superman by: Donovan
Ah yes Mr.Donovan. I love this man's work and here's my vocal interpretation of this breakthrough hit of his. It is so smooth, cool, and laidback. The electric guitar on this track sounds haunting, and the repetitious verses and chorus are catchy enough without going overboard. Also, Superman and Green Lantern. Enough said.
Tomorrow Never Knows by: Beatles
The closing track from my favorite Beatles LP, the genre-bending, Revolver. So you want some innovation?? Well here you go. It's one of the first s
DesertionNew Vocal Covers:Desertion by Gamzguy17
Dragula by: Rob Zombie
It's not Halloween yet...ah frig it! I'm uploading this kick-ass song right now just because I fixed the amplitude issues I had when this was first recorded during a VERY hot Summer last year. It was during a Vocal session I had where I just did a bunch of Metal songs. This was one of them. What can I say? It's hooky, it's powerful, and just all-around ear candy. I dig it!
Although I have fixed it for the most part, there are times where my voice gets a little too quiet during the chorus, but it has to be left as it is because the drums and guitars just POUND the crap out of your ears. If I had tried to raise my vocal amplitude any higher, it would be too much. (Trust me...XD)
So I hope you enjoy this Metal classic. 'Twas barrels of fun to do and