There are numerous times throughout this project at which something completely surprises, really helping keep it appealing & enjoyable. This is an extremely personal, characterful album that also presents a lot of skill & thoughtfulness.
Mario Marco Farinato’s abilities as a musician are mesmerising, though it’s his passion or emotional input that really helps it shine. The experience is entrancing because the intensity rises & falls away in the most natural, deeply human manner.
An incredible sound; raw, real, beautiful & vibrant. The songs are fantastic, classic after classic, each track as addictive & uplifting as the last.
Some thought I was transgender. I’m big, I sing low. There’s a law in Russia that bans promoting homosexuality. They refused to work with me, just in case.
I consider busking as what formed my voice. When you’re singing in a crowded area to complete strangers, you have about thirty seconds to amaze them.
The song captivates & hypnotizes you. It’s provocative & intriguing, not to mention performed to a sensational standard. A masterful singer & songwriter.
Doc Ventura creates magnificent music from nothing but a guitar & an unwavering level of passion & creativity. Grab yourself a whisky & enjoy.
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.