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This is a really lovely piece. The mix and the performance are great and the piano sounds fantastic. This is just about as perfect as can be, I would say. Excellent job all around. The emotional content is there and just as powerful as anything similar I have ever heard, in this style of music. I like music that calms, so this was right in my wheelhouse. GREAT!
This is such a beautiful melody and the production is very good too. If I asked Siri to play some relaxing music--this would fit that bill 100%!
It's definitely a good piece of music, very emotional and personal. The song is pretty smooth and I particularly like the ending!
Excellent piano performance, with all the right pauses and slows, it sets a mood that most would find peaceful and calm, and yet it carries you to so many other places that you have long since passed by with a tinge of hope for the future ahead as the song concludes. there is true artistry in this arrangement, well thought out and kept strong with continuity that treats the listener to a delightful experience.
Beautiful piano song. Hit me right away... While listening I feel sadness, nostalgic, meditative engaged, Nice end. Lightens it up a bit. Overall, very enjoyable to my taste.
I don't usually listen to instrumental music, but this song caught my attention right away. It made me feel simultaneously nostalgic, melancholy and hopeful. That - in and of itself - is a great accomplishment.
It has a warmth vibe that puts you in a calm frame of mind...the piano rolls are melodic so it allows your emotions to go on a musical ride so the song captures the mood that Mike intended; the recording is good, so great job Mike and good luck with the promotion of the song.
I have to be completely honest, this is not my genre but I loved every second of this song. It reminded me how melancholic and beautiful a piano can sound in any setting, but what came to my mind is small passages in songs from bands like Dream Theater with Kevin Moore on board, Symphony X or Pain of Salvation... Oh man I LOVE IT!!!!
This song is a journey, complete with a spectacle of emotions. I felt pulled in many directions, feelings swaying from one extreme to the other, with the arpeggio employed keeping things grounded just enough for my mind to swing from anticipation to relaxation to tension to the final ending of contentment. The use of rubato was controlled and implemented in a way that showed a balance between being driven by feeling while still maintaining enough composure to tie everything together. I was moving with the pianist, enchanted throughout the entire piece.