Soft Rock / Rock / Acoustic Rock
A really Rich Instrumental full of the colors of love. This song calls to mind so many great songs ... more A really Rich Instrumental full of the colors of love. This song calls to mind so many great songs about love and The One Who IS LOVE. The percussion is amazing! The musical composition emerges beautifully with the lyrics. It seems to have several influences including an Indian vibe to my mind. Great male female vocalist back up singer, a Coors sound-a-like. Beautiful in it's conception. One of the best male vocalists I have ever heard in this genre.
An old-fashioned love song reminiscent of the famous crooners Dean Martin and Tony Curtis. Nice bac... more An old-fashioned love song reminiscent of the famous crooners Dean Martin and Tony Curtis. Nice background music and melody with a very good saxophone instrumental. The back up singer was very good too. I liked the soft blues rock of the whole piece. I found the percussion a bit too heavy, but I'm sure everyone has different tastes. I recommend it for anyone who likes the Blues Soft Rock Genres. I'm sure it will get lots of Play. I loved the devotion the lyrics expressed.
A song build on the notion that each and every lover HOPES is real - their love will never change, t... more A song build on the notion that each and every lover HOPES is real - their love will never change, that it somehow will remain the same as it was when it was new. Travis delivers a sincere and meaningful vocal, the promises of love. The passion and emotion are clear in his voice, as he promises that his love will always be the same. The melody is catchy, the instrumentation is mixed back behind the vocals so as not to overpower what the message of the song is. Everything is right where it should be, and the song gets the point across. Travis's music is great, if he did a CD it should be called "Songs for Lovers". Good job
On a personal level I always enjoy writing about an enthusiastic and talented artist, even more so w... more On a personal level I always enjoy writing about an enthusiastic and talented artist, even more so when they are so versatile as Travis Nay is. Smooth and solid Baritone vocals, funky guitar, and keyboards, and Bari Saxophone as a kicker, on top of a solid rhythm section makes this song hard to not listen to over and over again. It jumps right out of the speakers to ya and gets your dancin' bones moving immediately. Nice tune Travis like so many of your others, hope it goes places for you worldwide. Keep doin' that thang you like so well. Tom Wiggins