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The Changing Lights
Gentle Decibels Of Class.
“I’d like to run through central park, and carve your initials in the bark of every tree I pass, for everyone to see” are words you’d expect from a teenager, but in this case a seasoned jazz singer deliberately takes you on this mental picture just to paint the way she feels on This Happy Madness. The next line exonerates her as she equates the way she feels to that of a young smitten girl.
That’s the thing with Kent, each song is a tale, a very well told love story, that would put films like Serendipity and Notting Hill to shame. Her work reads like an addictive book and once you press play you are teleported to the romantic wet streets of Paris with the dimly lit restaurants surrounding them. She uses as little description as possible but you can relate to any given story. Take Waiter, Oh Waiter, an almost funny song about a woman who needs a menu translated. On the surface it is really a song about nothing but given that you probably have been in her situation, you will relate. Kent is a master songwriter and it doesn’t harm that she sings effortlessly. – Munya Vomo