This is what the good life sounds like. The Numero Group puts together a survey of the breeziest yacht rock gems from the '70s, and the "buoyant, crisp, defined" sounds presented here will instantly transport you to a smooth, leisurely place where blue-eyed harmonies, "cocaine-dusted Fender Rhodes," and loftly guitar strums reign supreme. Equal parts rock, jazz, folk, and soul, Seafaring Strangers is made "for both relaxation and reflection," and that's the case whether you're really on a boat or just kicking back at the crib. Check out "To Be Lonely," "Don't Be So Nice," "One More Time," "Tell Me with Your eyes (Just Be You)," "Wrap Myself Up in Your Love," "Never Gonna Let You Go," and "Kristi."
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- music label: Numero Group 2017
reviewed by nakaveli 07/2017
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