|Posted by EOTM Admin on October 29, 2014 at 8:10 PM|
By Carla B.
They simply don't make them like Lourdes Duque Baron anymore. That much is clear after listening to her latest single, 'Table For Two,' written exclusively for her -- by Multi-platinum producer, Andrew Lane.
The ditty has a seductive, mesmerizing appeal emphasizing Baron's vocal prowess and preternatural charm.
“And as we dance under the moonlight – and when I look at you – I say man what a sight – And I realize that this life with you is so worth it” she croons – hitting the bulls eye, communicating with her man with an unrivaled directness.
There's power in those words.
She's defined her style as being part of whoever she is at any time, not part of who she's trying to be or supposedly ought to be.
Baron's formidable charisma and age-defying energy levels are hugely engaging as usual.
Bringing to a close the conversation with her lover... where she began. Still silky, still sultry...smoky, incomparable, indefatigable.
Mrs. Baron is aiming somewhere even higher than her predecessors, a mode of timelessness that few singers — aside from, say, Adele, who has a vocal gift that demands such an approach — even bother aspiring to. Everyone else striving to sound like now will have to shift gears once the now sound changes. But not Mrs. Baron, the 'My Spring in Paris' songbird is winning a new war, one she'd gladly admit to fighting.
Her work may not be familiar to the rock ‘n’ roll or hip hop generations, but if you are of a certain age or inclination, Table For Two will resonate.
MTV.com (www.mtv.com/artists/lourdes-duque-baron/) is a nice place to explore her music. In fact, it’s just about perfect.
Download My Spring in Paris FREE until October 31st on Itunes.