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Infinity

Tim Bragg

January 02, 2016

Genre: R&B

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This song has been described as Rock/R'n'B - maybe more the former - maybe more 'soul'. Please have a listen and let me know.

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Feedback always welcome...but in terms of how future music might be handled...


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Dennis Field

Tim, Thanks for sharing this with us! I enjoyed this “Frettie Debut” and hope to hear more. This has a nice groove to it.

January 06, 2016

Tim Bragg

I will be posting more Dennis - just trying to finish an instrumental album for the end of this month.

January 06, 2016

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Prin Sielski

Very interesting - I would have put this in the blues.jazz style with hints of rock. It is something that would play live in NYC at a place like Smalls or Arthur’s Tavern. It does have a smoother soul sound, so I can see the R&B influence, too…which I like. I think the arrangement is great. The vocal and lyrics go well together. The backup vocals are excellent, nice touch and builds midway in the song. Percussions are solid. They seem to be the driving force of the track though, and it wouldn’t hurt to have that cool bass track stand out a bit more. The guitar has some higher octave sounds but everything seems to be in a low range, so if you’re looking to play around with it, add another higher element, like the piano? more guitar parts? a sax?

January 07, 2016

Tim Bragg

Great feedback Prin…thank you. I’m playing the drums on this so perhaps that’s the reason they’re driving it…;) Sax would sound great (I admit). I’ll be getting on Frettie more in a couple of weeks but will try and post a song before that. (I can then spend time on other folk’s stuff.)

January 07, 2016

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Mary Segato

Hi Tim, I really enjoyed this song! Very relaxing with a nice grove to it. The harmonies were fantastic also. Well done; I look forward to hearing more from you:)

January 11, 2016


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Dennis Field

Tim, Thanks for sharing this with us! I enjoyed this “Frettie Debut” and hope to hear more. This has a nice groove to it.

January 06, 2016

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Tim Bragg

I will be posting more Dennis - just trying to finish an instrumental album for the end of this month.

January 06, 2016

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Prin Sielski

Very interesting - I would have put this in the blues.jazz style with hints of rock. It is something that would play live in NYC at a place like Smalls or Arthur’s Tavern. It does have a smoother soul sound, so I can see the R&B influence, too…which I like. I think the arrangement is great. The vocal and lyrics go well together. The backup vocals are excellent, nice touch and builds midway in the song. Percussions are solid. They seem to be the driving force of the track though, and it wouldn’t hurt to have that cool bass track stand out a bit more. The guitar has some higher octave sounds but everything seems to be in a low range, so if you’re looking to play around with it, add another higher element, like the piano? more guitar parts? a sax?

January 07, 2016

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Tim Bragg

Great feedback Prin…thank you. I’m playing the drums on this so perhaps that’s the reason they’re driving it…;) Sax would sound great (I admit). I’ll be getting on Frettie more in a couple of weeks but will try and post a song before that. (I can then spend time on other folk’s stuff.)

January 07, 2016

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Mary Segato

Hi Tim, I really enjoyed this song! Very relaxing with a nice grove to it. The harmonies were fantastic also. Well done; I look forward to hearing more from you:)

January 11, 2016


If I could ask you any question
I’d ask if love can last forever
If it could last beyond our life on earth
Could transcend this world’s tether
And I would say I love you
Will you say that you love me
Do you understand my trouble
About Time’s infinity?

Chorus
Love shining
Love inspiring
Lay your hands on me
Love shining
Love inspiring
Lay your hands
On me

Do you think I’m too deep
Or not your kind of man
Or do you love that kind of stuff
And really understand?
I think we speak the same language
That’s kind of funny too
I will say I’ll always love
Will you answer I love you?

Chorus

If there is no end to time
Is there an end to both of us too
Or have we been made to encompass
A secret vision old and new?
Love is a vibration
With a heavenly sound
From the music of the spheres
To the darkest deepest ground
And isn’t love connected
From me to you and on and on
So when the die is cast and the hour played
Love just carries on?

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