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Lyrics, Logic, and Lullabies' new album is a poetic beauty
(Published: August 09, 2017)

Having many talents can be a very stressful thing, but the featured artist in this review speaks the very opposite. Ed Verner is a man of many talents, and he is proud of what he does, which is juggling tasks relating to his kind of music. The baby boomer is the main man behind the band Lyrics, Logic, and Lullabies.

The first song on their new album Drift of Snow is titled "Hourglass." This song is about life and the passing of time. It has a calming tone that matches Verner's soothing voice, resulting in a music that is emotional and heartwarming. Like when the hourglass uses up all the sand, listeners will want to flip it upside down just to hear it again.

"Give to Me Tonight" is a moving tune of love and commitment. Through its emotional melody, it sets up a vibe of intimacy and romance. It can be compared to a hopeless romantic serenading his lover. This song commands attention.

As much as I would like to focus on a third track, I will dedicate this part for the remaining tracks of the record. Collectively, all of the songs are like different chapters of beautiful memories. Each can be compared to work of literature overflowing with feelings. Anyone would not find it hard to be in love with such lovely creations. Drift of Snow is like poetry in motion.

To cap it off, Ed Verner does a superb job of keeping things fresh on his band's LP. He is not afraid in producing a unique kind of music through traditional singer/songwriter folk. The album has country-like styles that make each tune fresh and mesmerizing. It also has a certain flexibility that makes the album fit for the new generation and old timers alike.

More Information: http://lyricslogicandlullabies.com

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