Paul Stewart‘s “Horses Mouth” is an acoustic driven and intimate offering with a delivery that will tug at your heart strings. The guitars are finger picked and melodic, recorded on what seems to be an “open air” microphone. This approach is essential to the feel and mood of the music as it lets organic white noises onto the track and separates the boundary between performer and audience. The vocal performance, and all other subsequent layers, follow suit with this recording technique in a “diamond in the rough” sort of way (Aladdin anyone?). Think “Moving Mountains” by Thrice for a comparison and stream the track below to experience it for yourself:

Paul Stewart – Horses Mouth

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