Sunday, August 12, 2018

Robert L. Watson's "Groovalistic Moods" review

Ok yall, it has been a while, but I am back. Now I'm featruing an artist that is sure to take you for a enchanted ride. Robert Watson is supremly musical. He brings back the old school style that rooted the fuckadelic reign. Everything is legit and quality sounding, like a sonnet. I had an amazing time listening to everything, and you are sure to enjoy Track 05- "Middle Aged Disco Queen".

I had a wonderfull time listening to his entire Soundcloud collection. It was nice to hear how he masterfully put together all the different instrumental sounds. Listening to this would be nice to hear on a long trip. All of his loops are layered in a consistent pace, and he knows how to properly tune the base. It's evident in listening that all of the sound was construced on it's verified instrument. That gaurentees quality because the sound is original. You can tell it's real and that is evident with Track 03- "Leah Nichole".

When it come to his ablity to play multiple insturments, he is unmatched. He uses a wide range of from: electric piano, guitar, durms, and he is specficly suttle with the symbols. Everything is a smooth groove, that verifies you will be cool. All of his loops are layered in a consistent pace. Hearing this will put your soul in a proper place. His Track 09- "People Want To See A Change In The Wrold" fome the "Future Of The World" album, is really nice. The way he adjust the same instrumental notes to different keys is a high roller coster ride, so you better strap up so you don't die. You will fly nice when you hear Track 06- "Screamin' Deamon".

Lastly I want to say I appreciate him for allowing me to write for him. This was an everlasting enjoyable expierence, and I am sure to learn from his style. He has 10+ years in the game, and his talent will sustain. I have just started making music, and hearing this made me realize I have a long way to go. Hearing this style will make sure you win, so please tune in to Track 08- "Jazz Chillin'".

Like I always say, I am wlling to write a review for anybody. Please just email me at or follow me on Twitter @BloggerFrank87. I will eventually get back to you, please be patient. Also please go to the Link below and follow Rob's Soundcloud. Also please make sure to like the album playlist and all the tracks. It's the only way to show ture appreciation. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.

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