Upright Piano and Vocal track mix. Your opinion please

Hi, here's a clip of something I'm working on. It's only upright piano and vocal that I recorded using Coles and 414s on the piano and a VM1 on vocals.
I'm going for something a bit indie sounding but not too much trendy swampy reverb. I'd like your views mainly on the vocal and piano balance but also anything else to do with sounds etc. I was trying to get the piano to be fat but not too boomy on car speakers etc.
thanks
Burt
I also "mastered" it too but this is before that process
mixing
vocals
recording
delay-reverb

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Hi Moderators, could you delete this thread please?
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Thanks Audioconfusion.
i think I'll take this down now though anyway as it's kind of been and gone
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u have no link of ur music

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