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Written and Arranged by Spartacus Jones

Recorded and Mixed by Will Russell at Electric Wilburland, NewField NY

Vocalist: Jennifer Middaugh

 

 


Lamenting the remnants of a lover long lost, Spartacus Jones' original composition You're Never Quite Gone combines elements of jazzy noir scenery with gorgeous vocals.
The lead vocals are really lovely, very skilled in approach and pleasant to hear.  

The harmonic composition is appropriately dramatic for the lyrics, which are also very well assembled.  Overall, the effect of You're Never Quite Gone is timeless and evocative - very well done! 

This is a gorgeous composition. Fans of classic crooning and jazz vocal stylings will love the tone...and the lyrics and vocal delivery are extremely accessible to a wide variety of listeners.  

 

About the Reviewer: 

Jon Wright is a trained multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and music educator with nearly twenty years of experience in the field.

YOU’RE NEVER QUITE GONE

Now that you’re out of my life 

Please won’t you leave my heart 

A million reminders won’t let me move on 

You’ve left but you’re never quite gone. 

 

Now you’re not there on my pillow 

Why do you stay in my dreams? 

You haunt me all night long though you must know that it’s wrong 

You’ve left but you’re never quite gone. 

 

I vow with every tomorrow 

Promise myself a new start 

A future where I’m fine without you 

It’s cruel to remain 

where you cause only pain 

 

Now that you’re out of my life 

Please get out of my heart 

A million reminders won’t let me move on 

You’ve left but you’re never quite gone