Originally Posted by acesn8s
Ok. Good info. This guy has some new(er) music out that is less "breathy" but they are a rock/pop mix kind of band that uses a violin frequently.
What kind of beat was it? Could one slow dance to it? Or does it get the women to bounce their boobies to it? Was it even danceable?
Slowish tempo. Kind of a contemporary ballad. Would remind me of the old, progressive rock in a way ... ala early Genesis, Yes, King Crimson ... that symphonic rock. That's what I hear in my head ... again, I heard this one time in a supermarket produce section with babies crying and people talking and some old lady squeezing a honeydew.
We're talking about a song that had one (1) chord throughout the verse except for a single minor chord change at the end of the verse for, maybe, 4 beats to serve as a turn-around back to the root or original chord.
The melody was really nice and served as the primary vehicle ... you could almost imagine the guy singing acapella because he was working over this single, droning chord.
I didn't hear much percussion ... at least, it wasn't predominant. I might have heard strings or synth in the background to carry the sustains. I might have heard electric guitar. If there was acoustic guitar, I didn't hear it.
Let's see ... what else can I tell you? ... Actually, that's about all I can think of in terms of clues.
I can't wait to find out what the hell this song was.