Technically, I Wrote You a Song album has top-class standards (and classiness) in every way. The instrumentation is where the genius lies mostly, and everything was recorded very professionally. It sounds clean, clear, natural, atmospheric, very well handled, mixed, and in great harmony. Like I said earlier, every song was performed with a different vocalist. They all have something in common (feeling-wise) and also differences between them, which is admirable. You never feel like too much, or losing the excitement of this music.
On the other hand, some of Emma’s passages have reminded me of the progressive rock genius Steven Wilson, and some of his bands like Blackfield and Porcupine Tree. Her music has got the potential to teach listeners with her understanding of music, open new windows in their minds, in their visions, just like Steven Wilson has done for me for many years. And these were the actual reasons why I wanted to feature Emma Stephenson here on Metalhead Community.
When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I have had a great time listening to Emma Stephenson. I Wrote You a Song is a promising debut to her career, which will make her and her family proud forever.
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