Clown reviewed Sakis Gouzonis' 6th studio album, Spiritual Unity.
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Review of Spiritual Unity
Album Review by Jack Dorrington
Editor of Clown
United Kingdom, European Union
Saturday, 2 November 2013
The first Greek artist we've reviewed, so this is very refreshing from this country that has ancient culture at its heart.
Sakis Gouzonis has released his sixth album Spiritual Unity of pure classical electronic music that will soon brighten your day, whatever mood you are in.
In instrumental music, there are obviously no lyrics, so the composer(s) and performer(s) have to convey the emotion through the music.
The opening composition, Every Time We Talk, is happy, and whatever the inspiration, Sakis Gouzonis gets on well with. However, the second track, Joy Of My Heart, is even brighter, and a very light and bouncy, feel-good piece of music.
Moving on to Happy, you get a light Euro-Electro Pop sound, with anthem sounding synthesizer chords in the chorus parts and nice fluent melody being played through different synthesizer sounds.
When you have music titles that follow through the album called When We Are Together, Give Me All Your Love Tonight, Hand In Hand, Love Of My Life and For An Eternity, you get the understanding that this whole album is all about love for another.
The last two tracks could have different meanings to different people with Wonderful Mystery, and giving the ultimate declaration of devotion to someone in Now And Forever.
We all know Greece has its problems due to very severe poverty due to the financial crash, but if the Greek people listened to Spiritual Unity, I'm sure they will not only feel good inside themselves, but may help in getting people in a positive mood and making their country rise out of the desperation they have experienced over these last few years.
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