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David Wahler | Two Hearts | Album Review by Dyan Garris

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Album Review by Dyan Garris for New Age CD and Zone Music Reporter

The heavenly, dreamy, “Two Hearts,” is a seamlessly flowing, crystalline river of love that will remain in your mind and heart long after the album ends. – Dyan Garris

“Two Hearts” is the magical new album by award-winning musician and composer, David Wahler. The album is an exquisite and masterful blend of keyboard, strings, ethereal wordless vocals, electronica, and synth.   David’s previous album, “Mosaic,” won the Zone Music Reporter (ZMR) album Best Relaxation/Meditation Album of 2018 as well as being nominated for Album of the Year.

“Two Hearts” is David’s seventh album. This soundscape of eleven tracks, running just under an hour, is “the culmination of David’s love affair with the notion and nature of love.”   Here, David touches on romantic love, young love, spiritual love, love of places, the disappointments of love, family love, love and marriage, and the love coursing through the Universe.  “Two Hearts” is emotional. It’s heartfelt. It’s definitely love.

The album opens with the stunningly beautiful, “Always.”  Here, gentle piano mixes wonderfully with heavenly vocals. Stunningly beautiful, melodic and flowing, be sure to catch the visually spectacular video on his YouTube channel. This one will remain in your mind and heart. In fact, the entire album is like that. It’s a seamlessly flowing crystalline river of love.

“I Remember You” is a tender, sentimental waltz. Piano, plus etheric, wordless vocals, mix together in a richly layered, nostalgic remembrance of heartfelt feelings.  “Paris Rain” perfectly recreates the scene of sublime romance in the softly falling rain. It’s a beautiful, soft, lover’s kiss.

Hypnotic and spatially expansive, “Night Sky of Orion (Remix),” speaks to universal love. Shimmering electronica, mesmerizing with a hypnotic under-beat and melody, this is brimming with magic and we can feel our hearts open to something much bigger than us.

A beautiful love song, “You and Me,” expresses the flowing love between two hearts perfectly with angelic voices and guitar as a focus. Just lovely.  The cosmic, emotional, and cinematic, “Love Lost,” is hauntingly beautiful with its nostalgic melody. Perfectly conveyed are the echoes of what is gone, whispering through the trees; love indelibly etched into time and space and reverberating through our heart and soul. Be sure to catch the video on David’s YouTube channel.

The title track, “Two Hearts,” is deeply emotional, lush, and multi-layered. This romantic, cinematic track is profoundly expressive, with wordless vocals, strings, and electronica backing the piano melody. Sumptuous and completely unforgettable. Again, be sure to watch the video found on his YouTube channel.

“Bloom” is atmospheric and ambient, with dreamy piano, voices, and electronica. We are reminded that love is like a blossoming flower, eternally reaching for the sun and the stars and its full expression.  

Gorgeous guitar, along with softly percolating electronica and divine angelic voices, are incorporated into the optimistic, “One Fine Day,” which brightens the soul and awakens the heart.  Suspenseful and mysterious, “Confession” feels like it would fit very nicely into a romantic thriller. A steady percussive under-beat meshes perfectly with piano and other electronica. Delightful.

The album closes out with the tender, idyllic, “Then She Went To Sleep.”  Served on a bed of soft synth pads and strings, the piano melody is velvety and smooth.  Here we slumber peacefully in heavenly silk. It doesn’t get any better.

Much like love, “Two Hearts” is something you’ll want to fully immerse yourself in. Go ahead. Get lost in it.

Get it here or wherever music is sold or streamed:

Broadcast & Media Promotion:
LAZZ Promotions, Ed & Stacey Bonk
 (905) 470-1230
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