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New Jordana Talsky album flows smoothly with varied influences
(Published: November 02, 2017)

Jordana Talsky is a multi-faceted musician who has a wide and deep range of musical influences, boldly unveiled on her new album, Neither of Either. The record consists of 10 beautiful tracks that aim to represent her different styles, presented with crystalline sound.

Much like the Alanis Morissette original, Talsky's version of "You Oughta Know" also has that catchy vibe that will make you intently listen to the song. They are alike, but there is something more that Talsky has to offer, and that is her mesmerizing vocals that makes the track unique. Not to take away anything from the original, but this rendition is the new darling of the crowd.

The message is straight and clear on "Spark." Almost everything can be triggered by a certain spark. For this case, it is a spark that will catch your fancy due to its feisty melody.

The title cut presents a question that will intrigue you. Will you make that choice or just let things fall into place? It sheds a positive light to the option of being indecisive and not making a choice. The song itself is beautiful and dreamy, much like its creator.

The album itself is a symbol of creativity at its finest. Talsky was able to come up with smoothly flowing record from different musical elements. She also makes them co-exist like a single entity. Imagine a kaleidoscope, lots of different colors and hue mixed together under a single scope to make you feel happy and satisfied. Highly recommended.

More Information: http://https://jordanatalsky.com


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