George Stanford has put together an EP of stripped down, fun, and catchy tunes. On the recording Stanford gets to flex his muscles as a talented singer-songwriter who can also handle a guitar and piano fairly well.
The tone of the songs’ essence hearkens back to 1970’s artists like Kenny Loggins or Elton John, but remains relevant and never sounds out-of-date. Stanford’s voice strains a bit when he pushes it past his limitations, but it does not detract from the music and ends up just adding to the charm of it all.
Listen to this EP is enjoyable. While there’s not a lot of material to sample from, The EP whets your palate for Stanford’s forthcoming full-length album. I hope it’s just as good.
- My Own Worst Enemy
- Let’s Stay Here
- Downriver (Live)