"Palm tree in my garden" by hooyoosay sounds like a happy beach-pool-summer fun song, and offers a cocktail of pop, R&B, rap, alternative, funk, and a bluesy, vintage 70's feel.
It deals with the topic of having all the wealth and popularity in the world, but then perhaps being a bit on the losing side as for true friendship.
Brett Stewart reviewed and wrote:
Like their past creations, ‘Palm Tree In My Garden’ is chock-full of personality. I love the vocal patterns and harmonies.
I’m not terribly sure where to place hooyoosay... again. They toy with pop harmonies, as before, but this time, they’ve injected some R&B and funk influences to their instrumentation. At one point, a raw, scratchy harmonica even fades in and out of the soundscape to surprising effect.
It was this occasional recording jam that gave birth to hooyoosay, a couple of guys playing some cover songs just for the fun of it, but eventually resulting into an online-stores release.
As some of these guys had their reasons for remaining anonymous, it was decided simply not to credit anyone at all.
Then later, when things further developed into an organized project, this initial coincidence was maintained as a principle: no credits, no live gigs.
So hooyoosay became this peculiar music recording project, having a variety of unnamed and frequently changing collaborators, inevitably displaying a wide diversity in taste and in styles with each release.
- Album "In Dekay"
- Single "My Obsession"
- Single "Don't You Lie To Me"
- Single "Come On"
- EP "Googly Goo"
- EP "The Wrong Kind Of People"
- Single "There's Love In Town"
- Single "Palm Tree In My Garden"
- EP "Mountain Air"
- Single "Emotionless We Said Goodbye"
- EP "En Franglais".
Music with a roots flavor. Always gentle, never too heavy.
Fun pop, soft rock, bluesy country, easy listening, synth pop, light entertainment, middle of the road.
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