Greg Laswell is California-based musician, producer, and recording engineer who possesses an exceedingly rare gift. Where many artists can sing a song, or perform on stage in an artistic manner, Greg Laswell manages to pour the contents of his soul into his music. Every note and every frame is filled to the brim with emotion, passion, and beauty. Here is a look at five of the best songs yet by Greg Laswell, and why his brand of melodic genius is exactly what the music industry needs.
“Comes and Goes”
“Comes and Goes” is an excellent example of the intensity of Greg Laswell’s musical prowess. The song possesses a rich melody, raw vocals, sad, yet beautiful lyrics, and a melancholy tone to the song that is palpable. Greg Laswell’s vocals, and interesting vocal music and sounds are blended flawlessly, producing a track that is simply unforgettable.
“Off I Go”
Another brilliant song by Greg Laswell that immediately caught my attention is “Off I Go.” The song contains a strange sadness, a moving beauty, and is a powerful example of Greg Laswell’s talent at its finest level. There are few artists that can take a sad song and make it absolutely delicious; Greg Laswell is one of them.
“Come Back Down”
“Come Back Down” is a fantastic song by Greg Laswell and Sara Bareilles. The song has a hypnotic beat to it, and the combined vocals are not only pleasing to the ear, but really well matched. The beat is memorable, and the song is uplifting despite its somewhat depressing lyrics. I cannot listen to this song without tapping my foot along to the beat.
“Another Life to Lose”
Another excellent song by Greg Laswell is “Another Life to Lose.” The song begins with ominous tones of the piano that continue throughout the piece, while Laswell’s raw vocals and poignant lyrics hit the listener hard. “Another Life to Lose” is a brilliant song that deserves much more airplay than it currently receives.
“Sweet Dream” is a beautiful song by Greg Laswell, and it differs from many of his other songs because it is short and sweet, and does not dwell in the realm of sadness and melancholy. Just over a minute and a half, “Sweet Dream” is a lovely, mellow song that shows how diverse Greg Laswell can be in his musical presentation.
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