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The same hopeful, pop-rock sound that was first present during â€œThe Summer Behind Usâ€ is continued into this track. This album would operate best in the â€œchilling outsideâ€ or â€œdoing light household workâ€ contexts, where individuals can give attention to other things but still keep half an ear to the smoothed-out arrangements of Searcy during this album. â€œIs It Enoughâ€ has Searcy move into the James Blunt realm, where the emotion of Searcyâ€™s vocals are bolstered by a slower, more deliberate instrumentation. If individuals are looking for a disc that works within the pop sphere and experiments time in and time out, â€œSparkâ€ will not be that album. The music that Searcy places on this disc is nice, calm, and soothing, but is ultimately nothing that individuals have not heard before.
That is not a bad thing in and of itself, but will place Searcy into a different place. Individuals that want their rock emotive, soft, and at time energetic (as is the case with the arrangements leading up to and including the chorus of â€œSomeday Songâ€) should by all means pick up â€œSparkâ€. The evolution of Searcy through the years would be interesting to hear; perhaps there should be a boxed set of eir efforts throughout the last twenty-plus years. Thus, â€œSomeday Songâ€ can shine alongside the work ey did on Starbilly and Squirrel Bait. Give this disc a go if you like the aforementioned artists and want a new album to work at work to; â€œSparkâ€ is not necessarily a spark as much as it is some nicely-coloured and voluminous smoke, filling up the desire of individuals for a new artist in the adult contemporary charts.
Top Tracks: In The Morning, Bird Songs