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"Reviews for "Dare I Say""

Love the pace of this track and to be honest mate you haven't got a bad track on this page, all quite worthy to be on an album so remind why it isn't done yet ;-) Could do with some more pics in your gallery too! All the best mate, Rainy xx
Serenity - Monday, August 15, 2005
Great tune, good voice and fantastic job 10/10!!
Guigers - Sunday, July 17, 2005
excellent song - great job. congrats
Release The Hounds - Friday, July 15, 2005
Great vibe to this one right from the opening few bars. You really have talent - this sounds like a polished and finished product ready for mega release.
Jon
The Foreboding - Thursday, July 14, 2005
Really nice tune! Good groove and strong vocals.
StrangeCloud - Wednesday, July 13, 2005
1st place for a reason ! Nice production, good mix. Nice vocals.

I must agree with Crockmister. GET SIGNED !!!
drainage - Tuesday, July 12, 2005
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!
YOU DESERVE IT!!!!!
Kuzimoto - Tuesday, July 12, 2005
Congratulations for your first place in the TOP 20 of this week, hugely deserved for your immense talent !
Alexis ;)
Alexis VAN EECKHOUT - Monday, July 11, 2005
Consistent first class talent permeates all of your songs Jez.......10/10
DaveRave - Friday, July 08, 2005
Really enjoying this track Jeremy. Good stuff!
Mary Gottschalk - Thursday, July 07, 2005
You are so hot Jeremy. If you don't get signed by a major then the hellll with the bizness! I am serious!!!!!!
crockmister - Wednesday, July 06, 2005
Wonderful rock tune !
Alexis VAN EECKHOUT - Monday, July 04, 2005
Excellent !!!!! great track..Lets spin it once more..:)
Deggsy - Sunday, July 03, 2005
Very enjoyable track with a good feeling. Love the relaxed vocals and the cool guitars. Also love the kinda friendly wall of sound feeling you evoke, especially in the final part.
Dominique - Sunday, July 03, 2005
- MP3 Unsigned


"Review for "Gift""

Reviewed by: guymichetti 10/13/2005

This is a gift of a song

Sometimes miracles happen and we are just thankful and need to only be mindful that we are in touch with something greater then ourselves.

That's what you'll feel when you listen to Jeremy Woods song "Gift". It is a gift to all that hear this song.

A beautiful melody and a wonderful mood of retrospection permeates this track. Gentle piano playing with a sensitive grasp that truly encompasses the best of the great talent that Jeremy possesses.

The lyrics are wonderfully emotionally without stepping into melodrama. In fact, it is quite the opposite. It shows the heart of a man who is not only empathetic to other peoples feelings, but he expresses his own in a heartfelt and genuine expression of the human heart with exeptional grace.

Jeremy "lights the path" before us into his talented and intimate soul in song. This truly is a gift.

Adding To My Favs! This is a BIG winner of a song!
- Mixposure


"Reviews for "That's Life""

Love ya music, your voice is great, if you dont mind me saying, sounds a bit like John Martin!
Ady Ferguson - Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Hoe come you never put out a duff track like I do??? Hehehehe...another well dserved 10 for one of America's top 'undiscovered' artistes............
DaveRave - Sunday, August 28, 2005
lovely song jeremy, the intro is excellent, really like the piano. the production is superb throughout, lyrics and vocals are lovely and warm, such a professional piece.
theholyromanarmy - Monday, August 22, 2005
Beautiful track! Yet again wonderful lyrics, guitar playing, vocals, and song structure. Always a pleasure to listen to a new track of yours. ONAGER
paredafoe - Sunday, August 21, 2005
Good Lord, this is another great track, mate. Oh, and never give up writing love songs!
Pruneau - Sunday, August 21, 2005
Love the dreamy intro before the song gets going. And the song is wonderful too, beautifully instrumented, fab vocals and a great composition. Why this isn't on the radio instead of some guy singing "you've had a bad day" I'll never fathom.
Xanthe - Sunday, August 21, 2005
That voice is sounding in very good form young Jeremy (along with the rest of your songwriting talent). Hitting some really good notes in this one (have you extended your upper register?) Another fantastic entry into the Jeremy Woods canon. It's gotta happen for you soon mate! Graham
GreyBrow - Saturday, August 20, 2005
Great track love the feel of the vocals,
Nico
nico nico - Saturday, August 20, 2005
Jeremy, this song is a work of art!
Very nice!
(Stuart M Kuhs)
mrgalant - Saturday, August 20, 2005
You have some real talent Jeremy. Another all-in-one act, just like myself. Nice, soothing melody, and the vocals are spot on.
Atom Tha Immortal - Saturday, August 20, 2005
PS...this is the type of music that I would love listening to while driving my car. Soothing to the soul...well done!
Mary Gottschalk - Saturday, August 20, 2005
Now that is a really nice tune Jeremy. Love the acoustics, wooo nice. Very relaxing as I am listening to it now. I love the instrumentation. You have a very soft tone to your voice and emotional. Great production Jeremy and I love the tune. Mary:-)
Mary Gottschalk - Saturday, August 20, 2005
- MP3 Unsigned


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Bio

I am currently 26 years of age. I am the only child and product of two musicians that played everything from Rock to Gospel. And a closet with a collection of over 1,000 (vinyl) records in all. You can quote me on that one. I started drums when I was probably five.. My father had a garage band, I was fascinated with beating the hell out of things. I couldn't reach the pedals though, so I used to sit on his knee and play with my hands. I learned I could beat the hell out of things in 4/4 pretty good. (So there was rythm there...hmm.)

Long about two years later, when I realized everyone in the world was playing guitar, and the only way to make friends was to do the same, (this being because there was a different guitarist in and out of the garage almost everynight), I found a second generation beater in the spare bedroom that had strings on it created from remnants of the Civil War. (old) Nobody really had much time to teach me chords, we were pretty poor then as well, so I didn't get to take lessons. I sat out in the garage off to a corner and watched with my guitar... I noticed redundancy in the finger placements and did a kind of process of elimination, until it sounded good. Eventually I'd get a chord here and there taught, and I really didn't know what they were until the years went by. The better I got, the more Mom noticed.. I grew up learning in the eighties as well... We know what happened to all those guitarist... ( however don't get me wrong, put the crappiest guitarist from the eighties up against one of the best of today, ..they'd get their *ss handed to them.)

I think she knew then hairmetal would die. So out came the records from her day. Hendrix, James Taylor, Clapton, Doobies, The Who, Zeppelin, Bowie, Dylan, Mitchell, The Eagles.. You know, the roots man..the roots. She said she'd play hell before I was a shredder. I think the first song I learned was fire and rain.

ONWARD CLAPTON

Yes this is, and still remains, the single most influential man behind my muse. I believe there's a critical time in the learning process called, "Interest". Whether you keep enough of it or not to proceed to the next level depends highly on the fire and how high it burns.. You always have to add something to keep it going. The biggest brush on the flame for me was Eric Clapton. But we won't get into that. I'll sum it up with one word..."soul".

ONWARD ZIMMER

When I was about 14 I heard the ending credit score to "Rain Man". Composed by Hans Zimmer. Back then I loved it. I still love it now. I began to follow up in interest to Film Composing and learned about Hans' technique to film. I bought a keyboard for a hundred bucks, and learned piano. All the more in a classical aspect, it all binds together for this highly orchestrated approach to songwriting I acquired,... when I actually started writing my own material.

ONWARD NAVY

My parents got divorced when I was 17. I stayed home with dad to finish my high school in my home town.. That wouldve been too weird to pick up my last two years somewhere else. After I graduated, let me just say the only two things that came successful out of Indiana were Axl Rose, and John Mellancamp. Though even then, they didn't make it here. So, Not having the money to go to college, I signed up for the Navy. Over the next four years, I moved to Virginia Beach, and met a slew of great musicians out there. The scene was awesome. I eventually met two band members I'd call friends, one of which just happened to be from home in Indiana. A Drummer and a Bassist. I played Guitar, Piano, and Played the front man. The more we played, the more we realized, we were good enough to do our own thing. So we began writing. The first song we wrote was called "vague", sometime in the near future, I'll release that here on the page. From then on songwriting began clicking more and moreso than the one before.. Eventually they were discharged from the Navy and left. I kept doing my own thing in Virginia. Open Mic nights, ships band on deployments overseas.. My last gig with a band was one formed onboard my Carrier USS George Washington. Three Doors Down came aboard and put on a concert off the coast of Lisbon, Portugal and we got to open up for them. Great group of guys.

OUTWARD NAVY

I was honorably discharged from the Navy in January 2003. I came home with the promise of a job that fell through. Though I still write to this day regardless. I think my overall goal in this is to eventually be a film composer. For now however, I love writing whether it be songs or cues. If someday God deem it I have a major distribution deal, what a dream come true,.. but, if not,... I believe he gave me a gift to call my own. ( I keep trying though:) I don't have a band, so I do everything from conception, to performance, to mixing, to your ears for now. Many hours of tim