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SINGLE REVIEW: Spinning Top by Jake Berry

After delivering a five track eclectic EP “Glossolalia” in 2004, old-soul/young singer-songwriter Jake Berry has a brand new single “Spinning Top” out this March. The track draws hummingbirds in on a spring day, and grows like wild flower on the soul. A mystical groove of sonically sophisticated and dreamy guitar melodies embrace Berry’s beautiful vocal timbre at the intro. “I saw in slow motion, the colors” immediately invoke hope, bliss, fear, psychic depth, and a somatic spring water fall from within. The vocal harmonies and guitar phrasing resemble golden cotton fields of white abyss blowing all around. A beautiful roma’ntica — and tones of two who are estranged — point to the universal seeking in us all. Jake Berry’s poetic grit, harmonious textures, and crying lead guitars back-up a piece of music resembling a crow in flight, a breath of stardust, and raw lovingly romantics.

 by Chris Stewart

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