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    Ascend

    Christine Brown describes her music as ‘developing through many stages until each song is ready to be released, just like the lifecycle of a butterfly, […]

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    Music That Tells a Story

    Award winning guitarist and composer Peter Xifaras has completely exploded the music spectrum with this totally stunningly, amazing double CD album, blending classical, symphony, ambient, […]

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    Silent Whispers

      Solo piano introduces an album of wonderful pieces in a kaleidoscope of styles, ethnic influences and pure pleasure. Karandish enjoyed composition as a young […]

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    A Piano Story

    In a slightly different direction to his usual jazz style, Jim Pearce has created a wonderful album of music that encourages the listener to simply […]

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    Drum Distillery

    Circadian rhythms emerge from the speakers in the introductory piece Circadian Spirals: the rhythm is hypnotic, the vibe unusual as the pulse is reminiscent of […]

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    Songs for Smiler McGee

    After an on again, off again, presence in the music scene spaning more than 17 years, Jon Dahlander has returned with is stunningly beautiful solo […]

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    Consider the Moon & Stars

    This album opens with the immortal sound of Houston getting ready to launch the American spacecraft, carrying astronaut John Glenn, into space. He was to […]

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    Soul Dreams

    In 1986 Christopher Boscole released his first solo piano album, Shimmer, which was to become the beginning of a collection of albums, with Soul Dreams […]

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    Soundscapes

    This is indeed the Music of Deborah Offenhauser; it is eclectic, delightful, totally, enjoyable and an album that can simply be enjoyed for enjoyment sake; […]

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    They Were Here

    The sound of horses moving slowly in perhaps early morning mists, are the first sounds heard  on this deeply shamanic influenced album of healing music, […]

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    Spirit Wheel

    Imagine, if you will, bathing in a pool of sublime bliss; the beauty of the experience surrounding you, feeling the deep relaxation beginning to permeate […]

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    Urban Metta, Vol. 2

    Anaamaly pronounced as Án-o-maly’ means, ‘something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected’, is a perspective to be remembered as you drift slowly […]

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    Ardor

    Matthew Mayer is recognised as an artist in a league of his own, as far as solo piano is concerned and on this, his eleventh […]

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    87 Keys

    On this debut album from young Russian composer Philip Shpartov, he takes a walk along some very divergent musical pathways, to present an album which […]

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    Into the Flow

    There is something incredibly familiar about this charming album, created by solo pianist Joseph Akins, to simply delight the senses with twelve appealing compositions, some […]

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    Held in the Light

     In this lovely eclectic mix, solo pianist Dan Chadburn is at his best, as he brings freshness to many much loved hymns and classic pieces, […]

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    Ring Around the Moon

    In this solo piano album from Richard Dillion written in the winter months and recorded in 2014, the titles of the various tracks take your […]

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    Lead Me Home

    Camille Nelson has created a wonderfully relaxing and absolutely enjoyable collection of favourite and new pieces, which reflect on the many traditional and much loved […]

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    Spiritual Odyssey

    Russell Suereth has devoted much of his life to promoting universal spirituality in the hope that people hear his message and that it makes a […]

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    Chicago Chill 1

    Chill; It’s that style of music that is there but not there, reminiscent of airport lounges, corporate offices, many an advertisement or the background music […]

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