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Rachel Alice Johnson: Coming Down Slow
Reviewed by Urbanfairy on 21 Nov 2017
If you look back at some of the greatest songs of all time, those that really stick in the mind, many of them have one thing in common. Simplicity. By utilising one idea and carrying it through to completion, songs give themselves a chance to really get over with the listener, and can be all the more effective for their relative ease.

In ‘Coming Down Slow’, Rachel Alice Johnson uses a very simple structure to brilliant effect. Starting out with just drums, vocal, then acoustic guitar, it all builds to a huge rock kick in which explodes and is over as soon as it arrived.

One possible reading of the track – slow build to huge climax then afterglow – is that it’s designed as a metaphor for sex itself. Insert gag about it only lasting two minutes here.


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Artist: Rachel Alice Johnson
Label: Independent
Release Date: 8 Nov 2017
Genre: Indie
Type: Single


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