Damon Dae | My Life

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My Life

by Damon Dae

New Old School Soul
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Beautiful One (Radio Version)
3:41 album only
2. You Make Me Stomp
3:32 album only
3. My Life
3:50 album only
4. I Promise
3:53 album only
5. Day By Day
4:23 album only
6. Ready 4 the Weekend
3:22 album only
7. My Freak
3:13 album only
8. Come Home
3:58 album only
9. Next to Me
3:37 album only
10. Let's Dance (feat. 44)
4:00 album only
11. My Beautiful One (Full Version)
4:45 album only
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Album Notes
Damon Dae is an excellent soul singer, and it’s obvious by the passion in his voice that he has real church singing experience, too. These four tracks are well produced, and consistently put Dae’s voice front and center.
The opening percussion of, My Beautiful One, brings some of those seminal Marvin Gaye recordings to mind. Dae, however, is a smoother, more restrained singer than Gaye. Ah, but this one is sweet.
The piano work of, Let Me Be the One, is one of the recording’s finer elements, but it’s the layered backing vocals that really make it stand out. They’re so good in fact they may make you of yesteryear’s best, such as The Stylistics.

Dae knows how to work a ballad, but he’s also comfortable with more upbeat fare, such as, World Smile, where he states, “How I love to see you smile”. This one also sports excellent backing vocals.

Even when the arrangements are stripped down considerably, Dae stands out. Such is the case with, Come Home, which is a sincere and convincing plea for reconciliation.

-Indie-Music Review
Dan MacIntosh



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