Review: Anjali – Lazy Lagoon

Review: Anjali – Lazy Lagoon

Lazy Lagoon by Anjali is one of those beautiful ambient acid jazz singles which went overlooked and under appreciated for its time. The single uses beautiful mixture of electronic, jazz, and world music in one setting.

Lazy Lagoon is one of those beautiful ambient songs which are hypnotic to listen to. The song captures a mellow groove behind some major notes. The song that showcases Anjali’s talent, range, and depth she is truly capable of. This is an acid jazz highlight.

Anjali takes off her shoes in her lazy lagoon which take her to the blue with these tired dreams of hers. It’s time for her to take it to the blue with this broken soul of hers.

Strawberry Mousse explains how love withholds Anjali. The love she had wanted sent her to heaven. Love just seemed to be a minion in another time. Everything she ever did came back to haunt her and everything she ever was became sand. By the time she was slowly floating, the angels sang.

If you want to know Anjali, you gotta show her what you know. It’s a feeling she is dealing with. It’s love that withholds Anjali. She is fizzing up nicely with Plutonium beats that define her style of music which is acid jazz.

She has got some mochomo cake and strawberry mousse which will make your heart quake. Ooh she’s a liar. A waxen with the scent of pariah. She took it all to Venus City where the girl showed a whole lot of pity. Don’t beat around the bush and dethrone her. If you want to shame her, blame her. But she left her soul for the sugar in the body bag. The angels didn’t like that.

Strawberry mousse and mochomo cake killed her heartache thanks to the aid of Neptunian beats and Plutonium beats that define her style of music which is acid jazz.

Anjali sold her soul to the sandman. And if the grains in the earth couldn’t feed her land, she is walking through dark lands and the angels let go of her hand. Love just seemed to be a minion in another time. Everything she ever did came back to haunt her and everything she ever was became sand. By the time she was slowly floating, the angels sang.

These lyrics explain how Anjali sold her soul and displeased the religious figures.

She sold her soul to the sandman
And if the grains in the earth
Couldn’t feed her land

I’m walking through dark lands
And the angels let go of my hand
And love just seemed to be a minion
In another time
And everything I ever did
Came back to haunt me
And everything I ever was
Became sand

By the time I was floating
Slowly floating
The angels sang

I rate this single 5/5*****!!

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