“A Seasoned Balladeer” for All Seasons
Winter, spring, summer or fall… all you have to do is… play Kuya Daniel’s All My Life CD album. And you’ve got more than a friendly voice to keep you company and soothe your stresses away.
Ask Nestor Cuartero of the Tempo and he’ll tell you all about his enjoyable experience. In his Moviegoer column on Tempo‘s April 16 issue, he writes:
Listening to the songs of Daniel Razon
The CD had been on my desk for sometime, but after finally playing it recently, was I glad I didn’t give it away as was customary. Razon, better known as a morning show anchor (Magandang Umaga Bayan and Unang Hirit), Good morning Kuya, and now, civic worker, has come up with his own renditions of seven well-known love songs plus an original composition called ‘The Promise’ (by Angelito de Guzman), theme song of UNTV in 2006.
Razon’s deep baritone glides through each of the eight cuts like a seasoned balladeer. He hits the vocal peaks and valleys with ease in numbers like ‘Just The Way You Are’, ‘In My Eyes’, ‘Out Here On My Own’, ‘All My Life’, ‘Lean On Me’. A tinge of drama gushes forth in She’s Out Of My Life and the classic dependable, What Matters Most.
Daniel Razon belongs to a new generation of media people who define their careers by the work they do for others. An excellent photographer (he’s a nephew of the famous society photographer, Bob Razon, he has also published a coffeetable book and mounted an exhibit entitled ‘In My Eyes’ recently), motorcycle addict and musician, Razon is also a civic worker who put up a shelter for poor workers in the city. The shelter is located along EDSA, near the gate of Philam Homes.
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Our Kuya Daniel is featured once again! Bunch of thanks!!! :)