Juliana Strangelove sings in contralto, the lowest pitched female vocal style. The sound fits perfectly among this music, bringing authenticity & character.
The songwriting is refreshingly honest & reflective of the upfront reality of life. The depth & soul of any great singer, beaming with individuality.
Join the superb Acheini Ben-Ameh & Roy Dalley as they perform originals as well as classic covers from Tina Turner, Dusty Springfield, The Eagles, and more.
The variation in subject matter underlines consistently that Danny Everitt is a songwriter, first & foremost – it’s endearing & very easy to connect with.
The album is magical. There’s not a collection of songs aimed at both children & parents that is quite as appropriately & impressively crafted as this.
Musically, it’s a whole lot of good vibes – a little bit of country rock & blues has the power to bring everyone together.
Another moment at which you can sit back & really just appreciate the knowledge these artists have of what works well in music.
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.
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.
The song has the kick & bounce of any great rock & roll track, but it’s presented in an almost acoustic sort of way, which is great to listen to.
The music remains organic & real sounding, with a certain softness that gently ushers you into a dream-like state; a feeling of being in some far away land.
New music is massively indicative of the art the people of the world are creating. It’s worthwhile to pay attention.