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Michon Young delivers sophisticated and soulful performances on stunning album
(Published: May 09, 2018)

Michon Young's album Love, Life, Experiences has a sensual, sophisticated, and deeply rhythmic R&B production which feels classic yet refreshingly modern.

In this record, Young uses her heartfelt and soulful vocal performance to lure the listener into her honest and sincere collection of songs.

The first number on the release, "Feeling Alright," is rich and alive with honeyed harmonies and an exotic percussion arrangement. This track is vibrant with a jazz energy that evokes such legends as Aretha Franklin, Etta James, and Billie Holiday. Although Young pays tribute to these artists with her sound, she definitely brings a more contemporary and mysterious vibe and energy to her work.

"Love On Me" is a compelling and rich tapestry of harmonies and stunning lyrical flows. It is definitely a stand out number on Love, Life, Experiences. "Everyday" kicks off with an ambient wash of funk instrumental segments that allow the listener to fall into her groove. There is a laid-back energy to this song, making for a smooth and deeply expressive listening experience. It feels like she saved one of the best for last. This cut almost sounds as if Leona Lewis, Beyoncé, and Ella Fitzgerald are performing through one person!

Young recalls the dynamic contrast of the vulnerability and strength of powerhouse artists like Big Mama Thornton. This diverse mix is appealing because it allows a fluid flow of emotional highs and lows that are constantly engaging.

More Information: http://michonyoung.com


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