Stephen Frost | Age of Gold

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Age of Gold

by Stephen Frost

"...punching percussion and jazzy piano accents. The whole song feels a little like a Paul McCartney song in a 'Martha My Dear' sort of way." -Sounds of RVA
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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‘Singer/songwriter Stephen Frost has released a brand new track, and it takes the listener through many surprises. What begins as a simple pop track with a Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood intro shifts to a more complicated arrangement. Snapping fingers join the piano before the song adds a little more punching percussion and jazzy piano accents. The whole song feels a little like a Paul McCartney song in a “Martha My Dear” sort of way. The song finally goes into a little salsa bit to close out the track. . . Keep your eyes and ears open for what’s next from Frost.’
Sounds of RVA. (VA) 5 Jan 2013

‘. . . the lyrics do an incredible job capturing the transitory nature of getting to know someone, by mentioning the weather, the season, and by memorializing individual utterances . . . Before hearing this song, I don’t know that I’d given much thought to how the words that people speak to us on a daily basis appear and disappear, irreversibly altering your future with those people, while at the same time drifting off into oblivion, never to be heard again. . . It’s an incredible idea, and it reaffirms just how powerful music can be. We may not know everything that was said about Antonin Artaud, but a piece of that conversation will echo for all eternity. . . I suggest you go ahead and listen to “Age Of Gold” immediately. . . and join me in hoping that the time between now and when we hear another Stephen Frost track is as momentary as possible.’
You Hear That?! (VA) 7 Jan 2013

“His music is some of the most unconventional and intriguing stuff I’ve heard in the longest time. I’m honestly surprised to see him at an event at a place like the Coliseum, but good to know he’s still making good music.”
Richmond Playlist. (VA) 17 June 2010


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