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Jason Lowe - Sorrow & Splendour

. 1 min read . Written by Krister Axel
Jason Lowe - Sorrow & Splendour

This review was originally published in March of 2018.

This could be a song by George Harrison because the lyrics are that good and the voice is that humble. The string section is the lake that we float upon and the acoustic guitar is the boat that carries us across. And always with the voice just behind your shoulder. It's not a whisper, it's not a shout.

As the song progresses it approaches a sort of poetic ecstasy that flowers and fades and after there is much to discuss:

“Yeah and pain is your teacher now
You’ll make it through somehow
Do all you can to find the light”— Jason Lowe

Jason Lowe recorded this track in Newcastle, New South Wales, a state on the eastern coast of Australia.

Jason Lowe on Bandcamp