SOLID, GOOD OL' AMERICAN STANDARD!!!!!!!!!!!!
YOU SOUND, TO ME...KINDA LIKE....A PERFECT MIXTURE OF MICHAEL BOLTON & MICHAEL McDONALD!!!!!!!!! THE SONG SOUNDS GREAT...I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO CALL IT....NOT A JAZZ STANDARD....MAYBE A CLASSIC POP STANDARD....OR AN EASY LISTENING STANDARD???.....BUT, I THINK YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN....THE KIND OF SONG THAT MICHAEL BOLTON, BARRY MANILOW....OR FOR THE PAST COUPLE OF DECADES, ROD STEWART...WOULD SING.....BUT, LIKE I SAID....SOUNDS GREAT TO ME....AND I ACTUALLY REALLY LOVE THE MUSIC....THE WAY IT KEEPS BREAKING DOWN, CHOPPY-LIKE, IN THE BUILD UPS....THAT'S SO KOOL, TO ME....CLASSIC TECHNIQUE....GREAT & SOLID WORK, MY FRIEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.....KUDOS TO YOU!!!!!!!!!!....KEEP ROCKIN'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PEACE & BLESSINGS Your Friend, Quazar
United States, Indiana, Hammond
Hear in the wind
I Never know what to expect on "N1M Charts" when I start to listen to new bands or new songs. But often, within a few of seconds I can have a good idea about the songs. "Leaf in the Wind" is a song that captures the attention of the listener for all the time you're listening to. The composition is brilliant with the vocal melody that fitting perfectly into the song. the execution is perfect. This is a song that fits perfectly for a radio and I would be not surprised if this song is playing already on several radios. I listened to "Leaf in the Wind" a few times and I enjoyed it each time, and each times I discovered something new. Do yourself a favor, listen to this "Leaf in the Wind". Frank Found.
The music and his voice sounds familiar.
The music and his voice sounds familiar. It seems that he has a few influence of some rock bands from the 80"s and 90"s. I hear guitars as i hear them by the BeeGees, slightly a bit of GLEN CAMPBELL, here and there some Eric Clapton and some more af other Artist. Honestly, i'am not really sure, that Christopher is not quite original, but that doesn't make him a bad musician, on the contrary, he is good. This song is not real;y an alternative sounded music. I hear more rock, country and jazz.
Genuine and classic
The song and the singer strike me as genuine in his performance. The song has not many hooks - but there's overall a sincere expression in the music and the singing. Wouldn't call it jazz however:))
Great song by C.C.Morris
Listening & reviewing C.C.Morris's song "Leaf in the Wind". Well, it doesn't sound like "Alternative" or real "Jazz" to my me..:-)..but rather like a song in the popular "Blue Eyed Soul" genre..and his voice brings other well-known USA artist/bands to my mind..like, Michael McDonald, Peter Cetera, Hall & Oates. It's a well written & arranged song..I like the "live" sound..with a well balanced production..so, well done Christopher & good luck! :-)
Leaf In The Wind Review
Beautiful Song, Quite Heartfelt and meaningful., I truly enjoyed the vocals blending harmoniously with the track. This song is very moving and soul stirring and though provoking. Looking Froward to hearing more of your Music. Much success . TC
United States, Massachusetts, Springfield MA
I love the 3 beat you got going on this song, Christopher...and the way it punches it down on the (1). Reminds me a lot of the song "Take it to the Limit" from the mid '70's. Everything on it 'clicks' greatly and I commend you and the players for a beautiful job. Good Luck in your music adventure, man. gizzmow, Bonham, Texas
United States, Texas, Bonham
Music sweet enough to color any leaf
I loved the energy and power in your voice, You clearly make this song come alive and do not overdo it You were able to lay in the pocket and milk out all this song has to offer. The texture in your voice adds a very nice fall spice to the experience.
United States, Michigan, Holland
Very cool tune with laid back rythym. Very jazzlike, but with a very nice voice melody rounding the all in all relaxing package. Very emotional song writing and performance. Instruments are all well played within a professional production. Should be on the radio for airplay, could be a chart breaker! Or being placed on several tonight shows could bring it to the right place!
Leaf n/t Wind
Excellently crafted song title from the intro to the end. The emotion put into the lyrics raises the bar as they are well presented and articulated. The balance between the music and the vocals are as professional as they come. It is a welcome encounter to review material that displays the effort, professionalism, and craftsmanship required to push this piece to the next level. Kudos to the songwriter and all who brought this project to fruition. Keep going!
United States, Illinois, Chicago
This song has a tremendous amount of passion. I listened to your song from beginning to end. The vocals are well balanced with the music. I'm looking to hear more songs from you. Love the guitar!
United States, Texas, Dallas
Leaf in the Wind
Very good song. This song is really great. I'm impressed with the emotion of the voice and the lyrics speak to my heart. It's as if while listening to this song I step into how I feel about life. It takes me to another place in time that makes me feel free. Thank you Christopher. Inspiration for sure.
United States, California, Sacramento
very nice, by all standards
great lyrics, delivery, music. a real pleasure to review. i certainly want to know more about the artist. the quality of the music here at N1M is really at a high level, i am going to listen again, and i would recommend everyone does the same. i like the incentives to listen to great music here, too. the system has exposed me to great music once again. thanks, Christopher!
United States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee
...life is like a box of chocolates... as is music...
Christopher Crosby Morris brings us Leaf in the Wind, a textural funk and blues offering with powerful soulful vocals in the vein of Michael McDonald and Michael Bolton. From a listener's standpoint this is old school lamenting blues with a slow funk backbeat. The musical qualities take me back to early days of The Eagles, Bob Seger and Jackson Browne. Leaf in the wind spends its entire journey floating magically away as it should. From a producer's standpoint I really admire the separation of instrumentation and its carefully crafted. Well done.
United States, Texas, Houston