Tales From Siam MP3 Album
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This downloadable MP3 album includes the
following twelve tracks:
(Click on a title to see each piece individually)
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David has been a favorite "go to" composer for a few years . I look forward to the next edition of music wherever and whatever the theme maybe.
01 Return To Sender
my favorite song of this album musics
The rhythmic, passionate and lyrical parts are well matched and addictive
slow and emotional, but with a great sense of rhythm
03 Breaking Protocol
Passionate, rhythmic and uplifting
04 When First We Met
This song makes me feel nostalgic
05 Incantation 4.0
My first impression was restrained (because I would hear it predictably with a sense of incantation).
After listening to it every day, I'm starting to understand the directionality of this song and feel good about listening to it.
06 My Only Regret
I get the impression it's like a classical piece.
07 Waltz For Kanchana
maybe listen to before go to bed at night?
08 Arjuna's Dilemma
Good rhythm, but not as good as your past songs.
I think it's a well written song. But not impressive.
10 No Words
I don't listen to it much now, but it has some good parts and is a distinctive song, so if I listened to it every day, I think I would like this song too.
I think this song is also a good song with the same harmony of each element as 'Return To Sender'.
12 Elegy For Our Times
It's not a song I like to listen to very often.
Another excellent album