Letting GoHi Dana: So glad I started listening to other artists. Wow, what a great song, and fabulous voice. Just had to say how very, very much I truly enjoyed listening to your song. You really have it down. Cheers
Solid country crossoverWow! This is just a really good solid country song that can easily crossover. Very well written and the delivery is spot on. Just an all around great song. Hats off to all involved in bringing this song to life.
AwesomeHi Dana I just listened to Letting Go, What an amazing song! It really hits home with me, you have an awesome voice and I wish there was more songs like this played on the radio, but thanks to the internet I can listen to this song and more like it anytime I want! Keep up the good work! I’m a fan! Dp.
Letting GoWhat a beautiful voice you have! I really like this song "Letting Go". You have such a beautiful voice and the song Letting Go is a good song. It's what a lot of people can relate too in this sometimes cruel world. Keep up the good work!
review of letting Gonice panio introduction with drums adding to the fray and bass kicking in with with a strong set of vocals from Dana, a great way to set back and enjoy a really nice tune, guitar an fiddle works wonders in the effects of this song story as the vocals reach out to gather you in a lot of good picking and musical upbeat and lows and highs bring it all together voice really strong and adds to the overall song. I enjoyed this tune what a nice job by Dana
Letting GoHi Dana. Up front, I have to say that I have never been a fan of songs about break-ups and failed anything. I really don't mean to bring any kind of condemnation on you, but since I gave my heart fully to Christ, He has had me focus on Him and any other positives that I notice through-out my life. I just say that to say that I find it hard to review this kind of a song involving failed relationships; that's all. :) With that out of the way, for what it is worth, this song seems to be laid out in a good order. Great voice, and great arrangement of the tune. The way that the music has been written leads from a soft melancholy mood to a mood of finality. The idea of sweet memories combined with a sad outcome have never sat right with me, but I suppose it follows the traditional losing everything country song. ;) For the type of song aimed for, I guess I would have to say that you have succeeded. May your future be brighter. Blessings, Trev. :)
Heart FeltWow, from the first note you sang I heard something very rare...your heart! Only someone who has had some life's experiences could deliver the words in such a way that you are right there, "Letting Go". Keep it up, you are changing people's lives!
Mid tempo balladAnother strong ballad, the lyric confused me a little. After the first verse I was expecting a love song not a breakup song. Maybe put some clues in the first verse. Actually, the way to fix this song is to start with the second verse and then write a new second verse. Yup, your first verse is the problem. Great song demo, everything is in it's place, instruments are right on and nothing grabbed my ear in a bad way. Start with the second verse. Write a new second verse about how she's grown. :)
HiI like The song.. I like "The Total Package"..as You know I never gave 5 Stars..there is always "a room for improvement"..I hope that You will pitch it to The Radio Stations..Record Companies..I listen it 2 times.. I think You will sound Great to sing one of My Songs...I just wish You make recording a little shorter ( Radios take 2.5 - 3.5 min long ). I think this is not a big problem.. I wish You a good luck with "pitching" and on The Life Concerts.. Good Job..
Dan Jordan ReviewI have always liked the voice of Dana Jordan. She always have good songs and I really like this 1. Instruments are well put together, tempo of song is good, Voice is clear and easy listen too. I believe many listeners on radio would love this great song "Letting Go" by Dana Jordan and we hope hear more from this great lady.
A powerful songI love great music this a very powerful song and everything about it was well put together and well composed and well written I love your vocals you have a very unique gift keep on making great music a nver stop creating and thank you for sharing your gift with the world and at anytime I would love to hear more of your music once again I thank you for your music enjoy the rest of your week and have a blessed day and may God continue to bless you in all your endeavors.
Great ChorusHi Dana, you have written a great song with a strong chorus. Overall there is a nice melodic flow in the song. The verse lyric could lead a bit stronger to the chorus. For the listener it takes some time to get into your story. The production of the song is nice but sounds a bit dated.
Excellent song and productionThis is a splendid, and very, very well done song ... Great vocals just soar !!! ..... It is very melodic and your strong voice blends perfectly .. as good as many songs you hear these days on the air waves ....keep them coming Dana ...
Letting GoBeautiful Song! Great vocals! with very strong Lyrics. I really like the music arrangement and the many changes throughout the song. The production quality is excellent. Congrats! on a well written and performed song.
Strong chorus, exciting musicianship, puzzling lyricThis song is carried by a strong chorus, both lyrically and musically. Excellent production - easy to listen to and memorable. Verses and bridge are fine lyrically but not up to the chorus, IMHO. My main critique is that I found the story puzzling. I heard no explanation of what went wrong in the relationship that triggered the separation. This is, at its core, a love song, a celebration of a treasured time and great memories, an expectation that this love will/should last forever -- but hasn't. Her lover continues to pursue her daily - which she doesn't appear to resent. Yet I heard no accusations, no laments regarding his failing to live up to his end. They both appear to remain in love (and neither appears to be at fault) but she remains firm in moving on. I don't get that and so have trouble identifying with the story. It offers the listener an incomplete paradox; these happen but if not explained should at least be acknowledged (i.e., "I can't explain it, but"). I recommend re-writing an early verse and/or inserting a 2d bridge between choruses to make her choice to avoid while still loving, respecting and treasuring him more clear. With that, I'd give it 4 of 5 stars; as is, probably 2-3. Hope that helps.