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Chasing Tornadoes

Patrick Gorman

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A heartfelt journey set to beautifully melodic piano poems

...need I say more?

Chasing Tornadoes

A follow up to his debut album "Sounds From The Wishing Well"
New comer to the " Solo Piano" genre Patrick Gorman wow's me yet again. With this follow up "Chasing Tornadoes" certainly exhibits the raw creative talent that defined his first work "Sounds From the Wishing Well", but with the addition of a clearer more seasoned and deeper use of composition.
As strange as this sounds (or at least reads). I honestly felt as though Gorman's aim here was not to showcase a more seasoned self, a deeper understanding of his craft, or to place a newly acquired skill set on display for all to see (which sadly is seen all to often in sophomore projects. Somehow,someway, somewhere in the process the unsuccessful 2nd coming artist seems to loose the undefinable, but all too palpable " pulse" that catalyzed the success of their debut album).
In "Chasing Tornadoes" Patrick not only avoids the sophomore album let down. Remarkably he is able to execute a seamless melding of both components beautifully.. The listening experience could be described as actually experiencing the development and growth of an artist in real time. At certain points in the work it is as if Patrick is discovering the changes for the first time himself during the recording. This allows the audience to accept Gorman's deepening understanding of his craft much more naturally and maybe to some extent to feel it almost in the first person. Either way Conscious or unconscious on his end. It is this seemingly subtle change in my opinion that affords Gorman the ability to deepen as an artist with out sacrificing the "pulse" of what makes him unique.
If this sophomore album is any indication of where this young Artist is headed. We will certainly hear great things from him in the future...

Chasing Tornadoes, Patrick Gorman
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