I must admit I was not aware there was a word for the smell that the ground gave off after rain, but I am glad there is, as I hope to smell the Petrichor emanating from the ground very soon here in Cyprus, a country that gets very little of the wet stuff.
One has to say it is a delight to smell the Petrichor, and now also to listen to the interpretation through music from pianist Julie Hanney. This new single from the artist is really beautiful, and it must be, as I have now listened to it 5 times in a row, there is a gentle mood that is created from it, one that manifests a wonderful sense of ambience too.
The performance by Hanney is simply idyllic and truly pretty, the presentation is simple, but that’s exactly what makes it blissfully addictive and soothing to listen to. Petrichor is an addictive composition that has all the hall marks of a possible big chart hit.
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