Jango Radio review of Fall Myself In Love

Posted by Stan Demski Category: News

Overall Impression:
Country artist Beaver Road has released the new tune “Fall Myself In Love”. Opening with a catchy pedal steel melody and supported by guitars at a gentle tempo, “Fall Myself In Love” immediately catches attention with its welcoming Americana sound and swaying groove. The tune takes on the topic of love and the quest to boldly find it for oneself. Sung with a wishful air, the lyrics are surely relatable to those who have grown tired of monotony and desire to reap the benefits of spontaneity. Just when the lyrics appear to have reached their tipping point, a fine pedal steel solo whisks listeners away before bringing them back home. With the release of “Fall Myself in Love”, Beaver Road provides listeners with a warm respite from the harshness of reality and encourages continuing the search for love.
Strongest Point(s):
The instrumental work in “Fall Myself In Love” really stands out. The pedal steel playing in the verses and solo carries the tune and adds an irreplaceable sound. Nicely done! Love the pedal steel.
Target Audience Appeal:
Fans of Country and Americana are sure to dig “Fall Myself in Love” by Beaver Road.
Vocals: Strength
Instrumental Performance/Execution: Strength
Melody/Rhythm: Strength
Arrangement/Flow: Strength
About The Reviewer:
Zachary Larson is a professional touring guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. Getting his start in high school rock bands, he has since toured as a classical chamber musician, onboard luxury cruise lines, and with the Broadway musicals Finding Neverland and Escape To Margaritaville. His recorded work spans from classical works and jazzy holiday tunes, to mind-bending experimental music. His arrangements of orchestral music are published through Clear Note Publications. Classically trained, he holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Denver.