The songs reflect genuine emotion alongside a pleasant & professional musicality. It’s an album you can refer back to again & again.
The heartfelt honesty of folk music & the uplifting warmth of Americana. The songwriting is up there with the best of them.
There’s a sweetness to the song that is quite unexpected – for the most part, the sense of metaphor is prevalent, but it works well in both instances.
A great songwriter. An artist with the ability to create an image of the music, to build a soundscape that reflects the ideas & the theme flawlessly.
The music has been thoughtfully crafted & catered to reflect the importance of the concept and the true power that these feelings can have over people.
Sometimes artists have to abandon what made them successful, just to try to creatively stay afloat. You have to let the songs be what they’re going to be.
Within a mere 30 seconds, you’re likely to find yourself completely swept away by that melody line & that easy going blues rock and roots vibe.
That voice, which thoroughly connects the tracks in your mind, is loaded with character; a wonderful fusion of strength and vulnerability.
Dan Weintraub’s music has a great, up close and personal quality to it. The guitar is so brilliantly recorded that you can hear every moment of contact with the strings; it’s an extremely intimate way to record music, and it works superbly in this kind of acoustic and honest setting. Alongside this, you have the … Continued
I felt a great sense of peace when I first heard Forgotten Lights. The musical simplicity, emotionally, & in generally how damn good it is.
Colin Clyne is a well traveled, widely renowned singer and songwriter, hailing from Scotland’s own Aberdeen. We came across his album ‘The Never Ending Pageant’ and were completely blown away by the breath taking songwriting and performances throughout. A beautifully hypnotizing album, with feel good vibes, and an open, believable vocal, from a man who … Continued