• Bryon Harris

Tanner Gordon-“Baby You’ve Seen Too Much”

Review by Patrick Joseph &Staff

“Baby You’ve Seen Too Much” is smooth yet powerful. The music seems to shine and shimmer, while lyrical content and an impassioned vocal deliver create a sincere emotional depth. Driving and well-constructed, this is a song that will captivate your attention. A catchy melody and inspired electric guitar playing sit perfectly over a tight rhythm section in this efficient and effective track.

Lyrically, “Baby You’ve Seen Too Much” is a moving homage to front-line health care staff. Their work and sacrifices are honored beautifully by these lyrics. “Baby you’ve seen too much, there needs to be a change, Tear off your armor and scrubs, turn another page, Sometimes a hero needs to be saved.” Sometimes the people who take care of us need to be taken care of. Gordon illustrates this point with insight and clarity: “Just a hand to hold or touch, Baby you’ve seen too much.”

The arrangement of “Baby You’ve Seen Too Much” is musically mature and courageous. An edgy bridge gives the song a significant dynamic peak which resolves beautifully back into the main groove. Listeners will love the way the instruments support and highlight the vocal melody. Beautiful guitar playing plays a great counterpoint to Gordon’s vocals, which are controlled and strong throughout. “Baby You’ve Seen Too Much” is a touching and inspiring musical tribute.

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About Tanner Gordon

TannerGordon is a Singer/Songwriter from Edmonton, AB. In 2021, Tanner will be bringing it all back to where it started. The new album features Tanner’s signature melancholy lyrics and brooding acoustic undertones. At the same time “Start Again” pushes Tanner to new depts, vocally, lyrically, musically and stylistically. Pushing new boundaries and challenging the listener to think of their own memories and how time shapes who we are. Since his debut Album in 2008 All Those Yesterdays, Tanner has gone on to perform over 250 shows across Canada. Tanner has been the frontman of “The Unfortunates” since 2009, releasing 4 albums, completed a National Tour, named Sonic Band of the Month and in 2020 winning the W.A.M Awards "Album Of The Year”