Review: Amy Grant – Good For Me (Pop)

This review covers the pop track Amy Grant – Good For Me.

This track was released in 1992 as part of a single.

The track starts off with a snare roll. From there, there is a synth string melody with some chime elements. An electric guitar element also makes an appearance. After this, the main vocals come in for the first verse. A synth string makes an appearance here as well. A piano element also makes an appearance.

From there, the main vocals take the track into the main chorus. The vocals are backed by the electric guitars to give this section an added push. This section is capped off with an instrumental section.

After this, the main vocals take the track into the next verse with a few different elements making brief appearances. From there, the vocals take the track into the main chorus. The main chorus is extended with a few repeated lyrics. There is some brief synth string elements as well. After this, there is some organ elements that ping pong back and forth with the electric guitars.

At this point, the main chorus repeats again. After an instrumental section, there is another verse that works its way in. From there, the vocals start in with another main chorus before the track starts fading out.

One of the main strengths of this track is the fact that there are short bursts of other elements. There is the organ element, the electric guitar, some keys, and a few other elements. They often don’t last long, but they do make their presence known. The risk here is that the sound ends up being cluttered, but in this case, it gave the track a nice variety.

The main vocals also work quite well. Even when the main chorus is being stretched out, it doesn’t sound like the vocals are simply adding fluff or buying time. So, that part is nice.

Overall, this is a pretty decent track. It has good vocals and an interesting flow. The short bursts of varying elements gives this track a nice variety. Nothing really sticks out at me that is particularly annoying. So, a pretty solid track all around.


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