You Gave This Submission a Vote of "5"
The trick with November Breeze is that it is chill, thus aptly named. It's also worthy to throw in vocals in there if you wanted. These could be lyrics that are sang, or even calm instructions in case someone wishes to dance to it. It ain't a rave party track, but rather a slow dance that isn't from the adult contemporary rack. (Soft Rock, in other words; this track evokes a slow, smooth, almost intimate dance that doesn't involve outright groping).
The issue I have is that it ends. The other issue is that it ends a big poorly. You see after the song has ended, there is this beat that pounds and becomes prominent, as it is the last thing on the track. It almost seems to get stronger with each beat, or louder, like that water torture device where you have a single drip land on your head constantly until you can't stand it anymore. Drum beats that are so prominent seem to ruin any aspect of meditation found in this track, which becomes worse if you wish to loop the track in your player (and yet it is still loop-worthy).
November Breeze is a slick, meditative piece with excellent potential as music for its own sake. Since it does not tell a definite story or present a certain vision, it is hard to incorporate it into a Flash animation except as chill background music. There is that sense of ominous, ethereal eye-of-the-storm sort of calm that gives credence that this track is accompanied by two crushing tracks, one listed before, the other listed after. Oh by the way, this is album worthy.
In the track description, you say this is the best track you have on this site. I find it hard to imagine (although you're free to prove me wrong) that you can top the simple, soothing elegance that is November Breeze.