Please note, this was written earlier, but I couldn’t post it for a while:
I guess I’ll be the EP until Larry returns. With the layout that we have, if we don’t fill out all the breaks, we can shorten it up once things start getting filled in.
I might be wrong, but did not think we were doing vocals. Let’s nail that down… what’s the vote? Vocals or no?
Without vocals, is there any significant difference between verse and chorus (or break)? In other words FiddleWood was planning to take intro, verse, chorus. Without the word reference, how is a listener to know where we are in the song? Does it matter? If there is no difference musically between verse chorus and break, does a “break” or “intro” really mean anything? Where I am going, in an instrumental should we be thinking simply “verse, chorus, repeat”. Follow up question. If we do think verse/chorus/repeat, should we put a couple bonus measures to hang on G after every chorus to kind of reset the listener’s ear? My apologies if I am just not on the right page. I’ll get there eventually