There's got to be something said for an album or artist who doesn't mind changing the feel and mood from one song to the next. In todays musical landscape, it would seem that artists are encouraged to have songs that fit under one particular brand or title. Well, this album is not like that. Some tunes are poppy, one is definately just a fifties song, and one is downright sad with a horn line that will bring a tear to your eye. Melody, harmony and texture are the only things that run constant through 'Sunshine Forever'. The songs on this recording are a clever mix of live and digital instruments. Some drums are real, some are not. Live saxophones and trombones are complemented by electronic background tones to create tension or mood not easily identified first time around. Multiple track background harmonies are all real and layed down track over track by the lead artist, Rod Moore. A multi instrumentalist,most live instruments were performed by him as well. With next to no formal training, Rods music and playing abilities are a natural gift that show through on 'Sunshine Forever'.