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Album Review – Royal Wood: Ghost Light

Imagine a perfect day on a beach or maybe on a dock overlooking a beautiful lake at a cottage in Northern Canada.  The air is crisp, yet warm and intoxicating while the sun is beating just right.  You allow yourself to be mesmerized by the perfectness of the quiet water and its peaceful feel.  Playing on your speakers is a relaxing, just right for the moment, album.  This album would be that.

Royal Wood, a Canadian artist, has released his new album titled “Ghost Light”.  The album is very good in its entirety.  Not one song is better than the other, they are all meant to be heard and enjoyed.

The album has a nice flow.  It is relaxing and very well thought out.  When there is a song with a whistling verse, you cant go wrong.  At times it is slightly up beat and other times perfectly slow, this album will keep you interested and wanting more of Royal Wood’s music.

So friends, sit back and pour yourself a glass of wine, crack open a beer or grab an ice cold water put this album on and be prepared to relax.  Well done Royal Wood, another beautiful album.

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