10 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

sTaNdByMe ,

APRIL 6th my A**

Thank you for finally getting this i mean even though its only fourteen days late it was killing me. Patrick Park is one of the best artist out there so thank you for getting this on here. Now the album is one of his best ever non of the songs cover the full magic of Life is a song or Your smile's a drug, but this album still delivers. Patrick Park releases an album with meaning and has a sense of gratitude within the lyrics i'm completely mesmerized by this album. Its Parks best album to date for sure. Congratulations Patrick Park you have done it once again..

Lonely Boy On Main ,

Quiet Mornings, Busy Noontime, and Soothing Nights

Patrick Park does it all. This album can sum up a day's events through his whimsical lyrics and pure tones; and unlike many new artists, Park does not use as many "bells & whistles." Personally, my favorites are 'You Were Always the One," as well as 'the Long Night.' I feel that there is a honest sincerity when he plays, whether live or in the recording studio. Much of his music stems from Southern Blues (with true soul) and Country Rock (that doesn't have that stereotypical twang); Park combines the two genres to fit the Singer/Songwriter category in his own right. Thank you Mr. Park, you've contributed an album that the music industry is worthy to have recorded for you.

jeg-vil ,

a must-buy album

I have loved Patrick Park's music for years, and this album certainly does not disappoint. It is simply amazing and a great representation of Patrick Park's extraordinary singer/songwriter skills. This album makes me wish I knew Patrick Park so that I could have a conversation with him about his lyrics and his views on life--his song lyrics reflect that these would be very interesting conversations.

Every track on this album is a unique and memorable song, but if I had to choose, my favorites are "Blackbird Through the Dark," "You Were Always the One," and "Starry Night."

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