Mellow and true

A Talk With God (Who Loves You?) The Addiction Club

Quite a lovely piece. Teetering on the brink of bygone days, stylistically, but whatever retro elements exist here, they deserve to live on.
Good control in every aspect here. I might have expected a band to kick in a Zeppish rockin' way, about 2:00 in, for the sake of dynamics, but we get a very interesting string part - if keyboard, no matter, liked the less obvious note choices through its melodies. Patience is another general aspect of this piece and the singer and his vocal blend never over-sing anything, just keeping the tone and pitch true. The vocal blends into some interesting chords, just letting it sit there over some well-picked, well-recorded, nicely fattened acoustic guitar.
One of the good ones here, folks.


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