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    Wonderful Life

    An oldie but a goody, this re-release of the 1964 movie, Wonderful Life, was created as another vehicle to promote the rising career of pop […]

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    Walking to you

    Delicate, dainty, and immensely peaceful, this solo piano album is one that trips gently across the earth, bringing with it great sense tranquillity which seeps […]

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    Ghost Stations

    Once again the dark and mysterious men of Marconi Union have created an album that takes the electronic music genre to a level that is […]

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    The Young Ones

    In this third movie featuring Cliff Richard and the Shadows, we see and hear far more of the vocals and the instrumental talent that took […]

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    Serious Charge

    Perhaps the most impressive aspect of this second movie starring the very young Cliff Richard is the timelessness of the story line, which was relevant […]

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    Happy Machine

    Touring Australia this month, December, is the band born from the post war trauma of Bosnia Herzegovina, Dubioza Kolektiv, a band that has pulled together […]

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    Beyond Words

    As with all of Chadburn’s albums there is something so gentle and relaxing about them they simply wash over you, bringing with the music a […]

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    Paradise Painting

    Gronau has done it again and in great style: he entices you in with a tantalising, gentle melody that floats through the air; teasing, yet […]

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    Crossroads

    If you know absolutely nothing about the background of this music, and let’s face it, we listen to music without any idea of what the […]

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    Multidimensional Voice

    In this musical odyssey you would have to classify the unique and intrinsic soundscape that has been created, as extremely close to traditional religious chanting […]

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    Rowing In Eden

    When you combine the talents of songstress Rebekah Eden, with the timeless lyrics of the poetry of Emily Dickenson, William Butler Yeates and Arthur Earl […]

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    Life Sometimes

    Composition by Sarah Dukes and translation by Yaron Gershovsky makes for a wonderful, refreshing fusion of precise notes and performance in this beautiful solo piano […]

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    Circles of 8

    In spirituality, mythology and some religions 8 is considered to be a number of some significance; it is a shape with no fixed beginning or […]

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    Awaken Me

    If you are having one of those blue kind of days put this on the machine, allow the beauty of the voice to flow over […]

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    Trialogue

    In this current album from the talented trio of Sherry Finzer, Darin Mahoney and Will Clipman we are taken on a toe tapping, spirit shifting, […]

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    Expresso Bongo

    In this fully re-mastered release of Expresso Bongo we step back to a time when making movies was still a developing industry, black and white […]

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    Scattering Stars

    Tripping delicately through the soundwaves, guitar mixed with synthesizer wraps around an ambient theme created in Beyond the Field, which reoccurs throughout the compositions as […]

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