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  • In fact, rather than the traditional acoustic guitar strumming pattern characteristic to so many songs of Sledding With Tigers, the mandolin is a nice change of pace in my opinion


    • by grimmy101
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      The Continuing Adventures Of Feeling Down And Out is a song by Sledding With Tigers and is the second song to appear on their second release, The Hill Sheep. Just as the first song on this album did, The Continuing Adventures Of Feeling Down And Out actually also opens up with an instrument which wasn’t present at all throughout the band’s debut release, No Randy No.

      Rather than the violin that opens


      up the starting song on this album, this track makes use of a mandolin and uses it in prominence throughout the entire song.

      In fact, rather than the traditional acoustic guitar strumming pattern characteristic to so many songs of Sledding With Tigers, the mandolin is a nice change of pace in my opinion.

      Despite this instrumental change, the approach the band takes to the vocals is basically the same as what they’ve ...


      • been doing with a lead vocal section followed by a chorus of voices.

        Overall, I must admit that even though The Continuing Adventures Of Feeling Down And Out is still incredibly simple for the most part, I still find it to be an enjoyable track.

        In terms of weaknesses, the song is slightly too short to really go anywhere that can really push this song in front of a lot of others, I

        can thankfully say that this song doesn’t have any empty space to it and once the band gets going with the vocals, they don’t let up until the end of the track.

        Overall, the vocal performance is strong and the inclusion of the mandolin is yet another hopeful sign coming from the band so I would say that this track is yet another step in the right direction and a strong song in itself.




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