MP3 Guy Michetti - All In My Mind
Singer/Songwriter Guy Michetti''s music carries on the traditions of musical troubadours Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and everyone in between, His songs are all instant classics.
12 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Folk Rock, ROCK: Acoustic
Singer/Songwriter Guy Michetti''s 2nd CD is filled with unique folk/rock songs that you will remember and can sing along to. His style is a fusion of the best in American folk/rock and pop musical styles. This CD includes 2 award winning songs "All In My Mind", and "Can''t You See The Lonely?" This is a CD you will want to play over and over again!
The reviews are already pouring in:
"Guy Michetti is a walking, talking American jukebox. He has mastered every style of music. Whenever I listen to Guy perform, I feel I could be back in Dustbowl Times with Woody Guthrie or in Greenwich Village with Ochs and Dylan. I could just as easily be in 2093 enjoying his newest release - Guy''s music is that timeless. Rarely is that degree of talent wrapped up in so much https://www.tradebit.com Guy were given ten Grammy Awards tomorrow, I would still feel it was too little, too late. You have your own sound - but pretty soon it will be a sound shared by millions. That big break has to right around the next musical corner for you. " Singer/Songwriter Lex Zaleta
For God''s Sake...
...will someone put this GUY''s stuff on the radio? OK, maybe it already is filling the air waves and satellite waves and optic waves out there but from my drive-by casual use of radio, I don''t think so -- what a bummer!
Guy has everything it takes. The words, the songs, the drive, laced with the right hooks in rhythm and solos. Wake up radio people -- get this GUY on the air! I could be saying this about ANY one of his songs up here. Thanks a million Guy. Great song. Your fan, DE
IOMA Award Wining Singer/Songwriter - David Elias
Without even hearing a note on Guy Michetti''s All In My Mind album, it was easy to guess what to expect from the cover alone. Wearing shades and carrying a guitar, Michetti is no pretentious or glamorous rock star and neither is he an indie experimentalist. The cover truly says it all: a man, a guitar, and the city around him. Being used to Lou Reed''s grit-stained portrayals of the East Coast, it is an enjoyable change of pace to hear "A New York City Life," Michetti''s delightfully high-spirited love letter to the Big Apple. Guitars strum and ring like hummingbirds, and it feels like the late ''60s again.
The production and arrangements on All In My Mind are retro without being dated, and Michetti has a friendly, pleasant voice that is perfectly suited for his storytelling. At times sentimental, at times romantic, All In My Mind is the epitome of the ''singer/songwriter'' record, one that reveals what the person is thinking and feeling. Favorite tracks abound but I am leaning towards "Dianne" and "She''s My Only One," with its clever opening female spoken-word bit. - Review By Franklin Richards
In a cynical, violent world, the heartwarming acoustic rock of singer/songwriter Guy Michetti seems out of place somehow - and refreshingly so. Free from post-alternative ennui, Michetti has produced a collection of gentle guitar-pop tunes with an emotionally uplifting touch.
The opening track, "A New York City Life," sets the style and tone for the rest of the record as jangly guitars and Michetti''s understated vocals create an atmosphere of love and peace. To the gloom merchants among you, it may sound old-fashioned and corny; however, after a decade of hearing angry young kids scream suicidal prose in my ears, I welcome Michetti with a friendly handshake. "A New York City Life" has the hummable melodicism of the Byrds while "All In My Mind" soars with Tom Petty''s finest.
And Michetti isn''t afraid to stretch his creative reach, going for a Phil Spector-ish Wall of Sound on "She''s My Only One" and classic country on "Who Took My Freedom Away?" Despite the album''s overall feelgood appeal, Michetti doesn''t shy away from social commentary like on "A Long, Long Time Ago."
"All In My Mind" is the sound of a man who has studied the greats - the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan - and passed the exam with an A plus. - Review By Adam Harrington
"Lyrics are solid and thought provoking." - "Can''t You See The Lonely?" - Awarded honorable mention in the 2004 Billboard Magazine World Song Contest.
"I can tell there is limitless amounts of talent and potential ready to unleash that song that will change the world." - Former A&R rep from Arista
Review of Can''t You See The Lonely? - by Singer/Songwriter Jeff Crandell at https://www.tradebit.com
"It''s like a bunch of great f*ing rock singers and bands rolled into one. This song reminds me of Bob Geldof, The Clash, Bob Dylan, The Waterboys, The Hothouse Flowers, Tom Petty, and on and on. But it doesn''t sound derivative of any, just reminiscent - like you belong in their company. Who the hell are you???? I really love your voice. I''m sure this is the best vocal I''ve heard on Garageband (and I''ve heard a lot of them). The vocalist really permeates and carries this piece, so much so that I''m not thinking about any of the other parts. When I do stop to think about them, they are obviously well-played, thoughtful parts. Everything fits great. The mix, arrangement, lyrics, and production are all fantastic. Overall, this is one of the most perfect songs, in all aspects, that I''ve heard on Garageband. It deserves to be on the "Best Of" albums of any of the artists I mentioned at the top of this review. High marks all around! I wish you the very, very best!" Jeff Crandell