Carol Forsloff — If a thing of beauty is a joy forever, than we can consider a recent piece of music on Fandalism will be with us for a long time.
Nancy Burridge has a voice that is recognized as special for its beauty. Combine that voice with the instrumental knowledge base of Sticky Sugar Hopkins, Remco Heemskerk, Dave Rodrieguiz, Fred Jam and Grammy Award winning Master Audio Engineer offering information and support, and the song becomes a top favorite on the international music site, Fandalism. Burridge brings beauty through this song to new heights in a vocal range that stuns the listener.
The song is called Feels Like Home, a music masterpiece that can bring tears to the eyes of anyone who thinks of the essential things of beauty. The offering is especially poignant at a time when many people along the Eastern seaboard of the United States have lost their homes in the devastating Super Storm, Sandy.
The song is a special tapestry that weaves through the mind and gives the listener that moment of reflection, of what home is for each of us, that inside something or that place in our hopes, our dreams or are realities, that always helps us feel loved and safe. Randy Neuman, the writer of the song, gave the world a gift of this music, one that comes wrapped in infinite beauty with the lustrous voice of Nancy Burridge.
It is here for all those who a moment of beauty today, the kind that can be that joy forever.