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Singer/songwriter James Bruce Moore enchants listeners on new album
(Published: February 05, 2016)

On his latest album, Soul's Journey Home, singer/songwriter James Bruce Moore has formed a certain passage where nostalgia and imagination flow spontaneously. The responsiveness is felt through as how it is meant to be acknowledged. A taste of violin unwraps, taking you to an enchanting reverie where souls are predestined to wander in entrancing denouements. The vocal accompaniment flawlessly streams and never overshadows the singer's vocal precision and greatness which has a similarity in nature to Leon Russell.

"Bridges to Love" showcases the unfettered optimism that any disjointed, fragmented relationship can be sheltered. The introspective tone unbolts the syncopation. Striking improvisation is cleverly constructed as it gradually descends, permitting the sound of saxophone to fill in after its chorus. A humming voice leisurely fades out as the form's conclusion.

A more vibrant atonality is exhibited in the track called "Gentle Witness." The mezzo soprano vocal accompaniment compliments the playful tempo of this song. Moore brings out the concealed youth of the spirit that even a naturally abstemious individual would indulge in a pint of beer gratifyingly, singing alongside of him. The bold effort in the production of this song is demonstrated through its progression, riff and vamps building that catchy air.

The artist strives for brilliance and soulfulness in every rhythm without pushing too hard, caresses delicately with smooth and charismatic delivery, excellent in musicianship let alone the consistency of his reverberating voice.

This album immerses the listeners to a yearning, wistful realm of familiarity. It is finely crafted to attain the modesty and poignancy of each track. There is simplicity displayed that gives its magnitude scaling to remarkably unforgettable.

Indisputably, Soul's Journey Home is worth listening to. It is a perfect gift to people who appreciate genuinely good, artistically sensitive music.

More Information: http://jamesbrucemoore.com

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