Dan Barracuda has a natural vocal acumen that digs deep within the listener’s inner workings. On ‘Sensing You’ the incorporation of jazz, rock, pop, delineates little and bleeds into that realm of worthy consciousness. It’s the playground where we’d all want to live and work, and meditate. Then it rains, upon that cloudy August night. Warm and pleasing, you don’t hate that contemplative azure of an evening.
The story told, instrumentally, in ‘Sensing You’ is decadent and powerfully understood. You should understand it. You should devour it. You should absorb the psychedelic pleasures of the solo.
The transitions and Queen-like fantasies, hit the chest, where it’s numb.
True forms, in a song and lyrical construction.
Plus, he’s a Buckley fan. Can’t go wrong.