I think most readers know that I’m a weekend church music director – so when I received a copy of Michael C. Keller’s album titled “Originals and Gospel Standards” I became intrigued. One of the more stand-out tracks was Keller’s song “Sunlight and Moonlight,” a romantic ballad sung over lilted synthetic instrumentation. Keller’s voice is extremely distinct with a mild folky quality and rich in its imperfection – the song is melodically and rhythmically strong, plus its sentiment is really sweet. The accompaniment is a little faint for my taste, but that could just be a genre discrepancy. The song is available on Amazon for download.