A little Sunday morning for your Saturday night: an outtake of "Bath of Souls". A country-rock hymn that has different sets of lyrics and versions. This is one of them.
I don't know if there's a shrine at Messina, but it would look like a Roman bath and good people would wade into the pool and be rejuvenated.
Musically, this song should be tighter than this, but not much. It should rock out, building inexorably. Here the 12-string is so dominant and on the same track as the voice, so fewer possibilities.
Technically, I'm still concerned by the fact that while Garage Band has a great interface and is a joy to use, the audio compression is not so good and by the time everything is mixed down and turned into a compressed file, it's pretty soupy.
I actually used the program for work yesterday, recording my wife reading Estonian and English sentences for a UK tour company. It did a great job (as did she). Easy to produce a professional recording even with a crappy USB headset. So I don't know why music sounds so muddy with good mikes. Though luckily it is not a song that lends itself well to hi-fi anyway -- spirituals never do, do they.