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    Eterna

    Finger picking is the term commonly used to describe a particular style of music, which when played by a master, a perfectionist, moves from finger […]

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    Distant Horseman

    Wenzel has created another amazing journey with this latest release. When he openly states the basis behind the compositions is metaphoric and conceptual, as it […]

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    Flute Flight

    Floating loosely through the ether without apparent shape or form the melodic notes of both the classic ‘silver’ flute and Native American flute combine to […]

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    Illumination of the Heart

    Clear, perfect notes of the flute put you on notice that once again, Deuter has created some blissful, intriguing and transformative music. The introduction is […]

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    Phantoms

    Recently released, this eclectic jazz mix album ‘Phantoms’ from sax player Jeremy Trezona, brings a refreshing feel to the jazz genre. Soon to be available […]

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    Keys of Light

    Each of the pieces on this latest album from Dan Chadburn have been written in tribute of, or respect for some of the many people […]

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    Europa

    In his introductory paragraph Ron Korb makes a statement in regard to the album, “Enjoy this album as you would a feast”; in those few […]

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    Daydream Alley

    Gentle and soft, this fourth album from Holland Phillips takes you to the world of daydreams with an almost subtle touch. Imagine if you will, […]

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    Asia Beauty

    Ron Korb has a deep and intrinsic love of Asia which is reflected in each of the pieces created and presented in such a delicate […]

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    Equilibrium

    Pure sound washes over you with the opening bars of this wonderful new release by the talented Kerani, with her latest work created in homage […]

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    Playing with Shadows

    Light and airy, spacious and intriguing are words which are just begging to describe this wonderful healing and joyous collection of music from David Franklin. […]

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    Summon the Wind

    Timothy Wenzel is at it again, creating alchemy from notes of music, ideas of the mind, the love of the wind, the earth and the […]

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    Firelight

    As always with their music Bruce Hecksel and Julie Patchouli, Terra Guitarra,  have created a wonderful blend of upbeat, easy to listen to and delightfully […]

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    Midnight Rhumba

    Opening with a marvellously light, pulsing piece in L’Italiana you find your hips swinging and your feet tapping immediately: then the accordion joins in to […]

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    El Dorado

    The boys form Luna Blanca are back again with their fifth album and in their very definite style have delivered the good once again with […]

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    Renewal

    In Renewal, Pederson has successfully managed to breathe new life into classical Hymns by stripping away the trappings of “traditional church music”, exposing the beautiful […]

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    Los Angeles Blues

    Although the Album is titled Los Angeles Blues it is perhaps the furthest thing from blues in the traditional style of blues music. Rather, it […]

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    Silhouette of a Season

    Interesting, is perhaps not quite the way to describe this album from Matt Millecchia in this his first formal album, which has been produced by […]

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