Reviews for "I Ain't, I Ain't a Cup"
permalink Wed, Jun 27, 2012 @ 11:53 AM
I liked this mix. I cant understand the story of the cup, but the rythm was enough for keeping me enjoyed till the end.
And thanks for putting that screenshot, it’s really interesting to take a look on a project of another person!!! I think I will do this too in my next mix :)
permalink Wed, Jun 27, 2012 @ 2:01 PM
great story, great rhythm, great mix - much enjoyed
permalink Thu, Jun 28, 2012 @ 4:21 AM
Thanks for using my voc in such a creative way. I like RWP’s cup piece and was thinking of doing something with it. Now it kind of feels like I did, especially seeing your screenshot, we use the same DAW. Enjoying very much this morning, with my cuppa.
permalink Fri, Jun 29, 2012 @ 11:36 AM
I love this. It’s full of such quirky, creative fun. Whoop!
permalink Sat, Jun 30, 2012 @ 3:36 AM
Witty, groovy, funny and intelligent
trible “Gracelandish” (25th anniversary of Paul Simons great album)!
I have always found it easiest to borrow the intelligence of others and present it as my own. It was really a happy accident that these tracks worked so well together. Congrats to Speck and robwalkerpoet for their commitment and regular quality uploads :)
Regardless of my silliness thanks for the kind words :)
I like the term “a happy accident” because I often use it as a descreption for some of my remixes!
On the other end the remixer is the “crossing” where we (willingly!) let these accidents happen!
So why not granting this crossing something ingenious?!
Keep up the good work!!!
|Steven M Bryant||
permalink Mon, Jul 2, 2012 @ 6:17 AM
This is just too Cool!
Merci Monsieur! I will have to listen to this one again. I don’t think I have since I mixed it :-) Question to anyone here… How often do you ‘re-listen’ to a mix after you are done with it? If you do re-listen what do you listen for?
Thanks again Steve!