Magentic Wind, Dance Inside My Chest
First, I would like to state that I am not an audiophile by any stretch of the imagination. There is not an artistic bone in my entire body. Therefore when writing music reviews for artists works, my comments come purely from enjoyment of the art itself and the feelings the music stirs. Definitely NOT from any technical knowledge I have of the art. Short, sweet, and to the point, and always positive (for the most part – laugh).
I would like to present:
Magnetic Wind with the single Dance Inside My Chest.
I found this to be a very fascinating piece. The calm of the wind as the background and the very subtle voice was exquisitely mixed.
Jessica Waters has one of those voices, speaking or singing, that at once is soft and delicate, but yet commands respect – It is a voice that can equality grab you and drag you into her reality; into the heart of the music.
This piece immediately reminded me of the old story teller sitting under the Sycamore with the village children crowded around in awe of the words. The words are crafted with love and caring, and so her story unfolds.
I liked the piece because it immediately yanked me into my past; past friendships and past loves. That remembrance at once both sad and happy, is good for ones soul. Remembrance of soft embraces and soft words. Life is good.
This piece of music says to me; Great life, no regrets.
Since Jessica sent me this piece, I have purchased several of her albums for my private collection. At some time in the future, I will write more on her works.
This single is in and of itself a work that I recommend to anyone and everyone.
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