“Amor Solo Te” by Gina Brooklyn is Both a Sense Memory and an Ethereal, Tender Love Ballad

Gina Brooklyn, photo courtesy the artist

Gina Brooklyn sounds like she’s singing from some distant sea shore to a love far away on “Amo Solo Te.” One needn’t understand Italian to take in the emotional tenor of the song which is that of day dreamy yearning and longing. The simple guitar melody is ethereal like something out of a Cocteau Twins song and the sample of water flowing conveys a sense of the tide coming in. The short song works as both a gentle folk ballad and as a sense memory giving it more dimensionality than the song, already compelling enough, would have on its own. Listen to “Amo Solo Te” on Spotify and follow this promising young songwriter at the links provided.


Author: simianthinker

Editor, primary content provider for this blog. Former contributor to Westword and The Onion.

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