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"Alas for those that never sing but die with their music still in them." Oliver Wendell Holmes
HAPPY SAINT PATRICK'S WEEK TO ALL THE IRISH AND NON IRISH AROUND THE WORLD
All About Jazz review:
It helps that neither of the tracks sound like each other. On “I Love Your Face," Donovan's velvety croon caresses the heart with the warm touch of a whisper in the dark. Her voice seems to glide across the crystalline piano playing; they both sparkle like diamonds. The gorgeous melodies of “I Love Your Face" are intoxicating. It has a timeless yet classic appeal that people might mistake for a song of real vintage. However, according to Donovan, the track “evolved from a snippet of melody and lyrics that I rediscovered in my archives."
As a stylistic shift from the smooth vocal jazz of “I Love Your Face," the second cut “(Searching searching) Ev'ry Day" takes a slightly more aggressive approach. Here Donovan exerts power with her singing; it is rich and brimming with strength while conveying true longing. The tune rides on a funky rhythm as well, help fueled by fiery sax. There is substantial passion in these tracks, enough to light up the nights of lovers beyond Valentine's Day.
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