Welcome to Week #118 of our ongoing expedition thru the vast realm of Sunday Titled Songs.
At this juncture, we’ll be earwitnessing producer, composer, musician, DJ and native Liverpudlian Yousef Zaher’s electro – house – techno driven track, One Sunny Sunday (If playback issues arise, above, try your luck over @YouTube).
Y.Z. describes the literal slice of life event, which inspired his instrumental composition.
“Like most of life’s reflective moments, the small things can be as vivid as the major moments, no matter how fleeting. This track is based on the first time I ate honey on bread while my mum was doing the Sunday ironing, not exactly a significant moment you may think. But it was a rare peaceful day in the baking eighties summer sunshine, so normal it almost stands out from the chaos.”From the article written by award-winning Journalist, Editor-in-Chief,
and Founder of PHOENIX Magazine, Ms. Hannah Kane [Read More Here]
Mr. Zaher also elaborates re the song’s album / album concept:
“9 Moor Drive is autobiographical, but it isn’t a bleeding-heart story about hard times or anguish. It’s about dealing with life’s difficulties, exploring creativity and reminiscing about my life’s defining moments. It is the final piece in a long cathartic process about those times.”From Magnetic Magazine’s 10/31/2019 article written by Kane (Assistant General
Manager, Resident DJ, Presenter and Host of In Conversation) [Read More Here]
More musical trekkin’ and trackin’ awaits us seven days from now. I hope you’ll be clicking back at that time. Till then…
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