Reviews / Postponed Parade (Single)
Channeling their frustrations into divinely musical expressions, Ryan Burns and his skilled comrades present the remotely-recorded quaran-tune Postponed Parade. With the modern gig economy in a state of non-existence, Ryan Burns has, with the help of fellow musicians Steve Treseler, Jason Goessl, Michael Glynn and Matt Jorgensen, written and recorded a track designed to take their would-be Independence Day performances into the recording booth – and the resulting art is engaging, enriching, and deeply exciting!
Fantastic feel to this tune – very casual, very relaxed but still with enough complexity and drive to make it engaging. Lovely instrumental tones – great job mastering everything. Love the guitar’s voice here – and the way Ryan quietly echoes the soloists throughout. Blissful transition into Ryan’s solo, picking up the line that Steve just put down. Seriously wonderful solo work from each player!
With a bright, fun, and groovy feel, Postponed Parade is the celebration we need! Ryan Burns’ masterful composition and the stellar deliveries that he and his allies have captured and assembled provide a much needed reprieve from the cloying atmosphere of isolation, and the jazzy sensibilities that permeate Postponed Parade make it a one-of-a-kind sonic experience – just in time for the summer holiday!
About the Reviewer:
Jon Wright is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and music educator with nearly twenty years of experience in the field. Working with musicians and their individual sounds is his passion and profession, and he strives to interact with and understand every aspect of the production process – from theory and songwriting to recording and mastering. He continues to teach students of all ages and is currently collaborating with artists in a wide variety of genres.