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    Hearing Music

    During the 70’s and 80’s Brouk’s work was ‘out there’, so much so that it was almost an eclectic group that could or even would […]

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    Cliff 75

    Harry Rodger Webb was born in India on 14 October 1940 at King George’s Hospital, Victoria Street, in Lucknow, which was then part of the […]

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    Cosmic Connections Live

    Recorded live from their 2014-2015 tour this elusive, divine collection of chants, mantras and poetry to music will transport you directly into a wonderful, peaceful […]

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    Colors in the Diary

    When Takuchi plays she sees the notes as colours in her mind. Similarly when she sees a beautiful scene this also transposes into notes of […]

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    The Ascent

    In a complete change of pace and genre Amy Faith has created a most beautiful, new age collection of divine sounds vocally enhanced, to reach […]

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    Between Shadow and Light

    Fingers dance lightly across the keys. Emotion and mood slowly morph into being to commence a journey of healing and love, orchestrated by the pure […]

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    A Bridge Between

    With a light touch the notes of firm favourites, mixed with original compositions, arrive to gladden the heart, laced with a distinct overtone on fun, […]

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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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    Altered States

    With this work the starting point is very hard to define. Each note is perfection within its singularity, there but not yet there in the […]

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    Keepsakes in the Attic

    As the title suggests this is an album of piano that will tug at the memory and heartstrings as the traditional sounds take you back […]

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    Guy Buttery

    When the word got out that Buttery was going to record a new album using a small secluded farmhouse in Zululand as the studio, many […]

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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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    Adore

    In ‘Adore’ Joseph Sullinger has created a unique blend of classical and romantic guitar, which allows each of the slightly ethereal pieces to flow gently […]

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    Atma Bhakti

    The many talents of lauded musician Manish Vyas have come together in this two part recording devoted to prayer and meditation, designed to release, relax […]

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    Now

    Each piece on any of the works released by talented pianist Paz Del Castillo is based in thought, impressionism and a love of life which […]

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    Encantado

    ‘Beyond the Horizon’ is the title of the first track on this new release from Stubblefield which perfectly describes the music created to take you […]

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    Mystical Morning

    As with all his music Gronau always manages to add the element of surprise. The title of the album Mystical Morning tends to make you […]

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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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