First Listen: Marshall Titus is "Right Here Right Now"

(February 28, 2021) In the year that the pandemic has been a part of our lives, we’ve lost connection and contact to so much that we took for granted. A chance encounter with a friend at the store forces us to think about how we should safely approach the formerly commonplace action of a greeting. Should we wave? Do an elbow or fist bump? Don’t shake hands unless you have some sanitizer close by. It’s dystopic and isolating, but it’s the world we live in.

But our current socially distant and isolated lives make us appreciate those moments when we can share true intimacy with someone. We want to hold on to those moments because can be even more fleeting and rare than you recall them being in the pre-Covid days, and it’s the emotions that well up inside of us during those moments of closeness that soul man Marshall Titus captures perfectly in his power ballad “Right Here, Right Now.”

(February 28, 2021) In the year that the pandemic has been a part of our lives, we’ve lost connection and contact to so much that we took for granted. A chance encounter with a friend at the store forces us to think about how we should safely approach the formerly commonplace action of a greeting. Should we wave? Do an elbow or fist bump? Don’t shake hands unless you have some sanitizer close by. It’s dystopic and isolating, but it’s the world we live in.

But our current socially distant and isolated lives make us appreciate those moments when we can share true intimacy with someone. We want to hold on to those moments because can be even more fleeting and rare than you recall them being in the pre-Covid days, and it’s the emotions that well up inside of us during those moments of closeness that soul man Marshall Titus captures perfectly in his power ballad “Right Here, Right Now.”

Titus is in good vocal form, as usual, on this track about allowing oneself to be immersed totally in a connection with another person, so that you notice the things about them that might escape recognition at any other time. Check out “Right Here, Right Now.”

By Howard Dukes

Marshall Titus – “Right Here, Right Now”

 

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