Review of Richard Spasoff’s New Album: Love Letters to God
Richard’s music is known to be relaxing, laid back and very suitable for easy listening, while you engage in your usual routine. Often, you will notice that the music syncs in the background, allowing you to maintain a calmer demeanor.
He has released another album on similar lines, yet this one has a different taste as it involves spiritual poetry recited in many of the songs. So apt is the name of the album: Love Letters to God–Read out loud with musical sincerity!
Album Name: Love Letters to God
Artist (s) Name: Richard Spasoff and Carolyn Rose Wilson
Total Time: 23:51
The album is like a short and sweet bouquet of fragrant flowers offered from the hearts of the artists. Containing seven songs, they blossom slowly and let you go with the flow.
“Seabreeze” begins with the sound of water before the ambient sounds make you lose slowly into its movements.
“Angel in Flight” is an intimate conviction and faith in the sovereignty of God. The vocals are provided by Carolyn Rose Wilson who reads out the lyrics with poise and a prayerful heart.
The smallest piece on the album is “Into the Night”. A very thematic expression that carries you to sleep once you have finished your conversation with the divine.
The album returns to its literal beauty with a poetic love letter to Jesus with “Unconditional Love”. Lyrics are read out by Carolyn with music and waves’ sound in the background. The song is the longest one on the album, and halfway, ambient music takes over.
The slow tempo music continues in “Soulmate for Eternity”. It is such a vindicating title of the truth that we are one with God, and for eternity. The music allows you to contemplate on this truth.
The music is so smooth that you hardly come to realize that you have moved to the next song on the album: “The Divine Spirit”. As I mentioned in the beginning, the music is for easy-listening and there are not many alarming movements that would shake you off from your concentration.
The last song on the album is a declaration of a lover–grand and final portrayal of surrender: “Lost Without You”. What beauty is in its nature, and again the poetic rendition gives it a perfect blend.
It’s a very intimate collection of tunes and words that originate from the heart and take your heart away, and offer it to the Higher Self.
Just let it do what it intends to do!
Listen to the album on Spotify: