Dayne, I've offered you a lot of valuable advice about soundcloud and you've even followed some of it, so here's more.
1 - you've created a custom tag for the song that leads to heading where listeners can click and see that it's the only song on the entire site with that tag. neat, but not useful at all in getting you any real support. change it to #blues and jazz, #bluegrass, #folk, anything that will make your track come up when people are actually listening to those genres of songs.
2 - when I listen to your songs, the song I hear afterwards is mine. and it's a weird one. if you followed those tags I talked about to some other music that sounds more like yours and liked, commented, reposted, followed those artists, that's what people would hear after your songs. they wouldn't be chased off by weirdness.
3 - include a short explanation of the song in the track info. tell the listener that you live in the Ozarks. tell them what that means to you. tell them what the message of the song is, what you're trying to convey with a short instrumental about mud in your general area.
just some thoughts. good production on this one. you've gotten rid of the hissing, buzzing and long intros outros with no music, clanging guitars, etc.
Here comes Treble!
listen to Meezerpocalypse - INGRID - Spinning Backwards (Keiton Eb Blues open collab)[Meezerpocalypse Remix] on the cloud of sound.
my original music made J Haley "want to barf"