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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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    Global Skies

    You can read a great deal into music and as with all of Timothy Cooper’s compositions for solo piano, a great deal has been the […]

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    Prelude to a Dream

    A sense of gentle naivety has been created with the simple and yet skilful use of the piano by talented pianist Shoshana Michel in her […]

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    From the Darker Seasons

    Spiritually, winter is a time when we are called upon to conserve our energy, withdraw and reflect on the year spent, to begin to plan […]

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    Flying Solo Silhouette

    Gently, gently, ever so slowly the singular sound of the piano being introduced to the day is heard; the sound quickens, then slides off into […]

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    After the Harvest

    Originally released in 2002 After The Harvest has been reconsidered and re-released for 2017 with Kent Smith creating additional music to be added to increase […]

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    Azul

    Wow, Wow, Wow! Linstead has simply done it again; bought together a great many musical influences and styles to create Azul, a fanatically Latino beat […]

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    Deep Space Blue

    Powerful, deep and majestic this latest release from award wining Australian composer Jim Ottaway takes you to places only ever imagined, places that are deep […]

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    Equus Rising

    In her own words Lisa Swerdlow describes her music and compositions as pieces that ‘help people to find an emotional and perhaps spiritual connection’ and […]

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    Under a Second Moon

    Introducing his latest album with a slightly eerie atmosphere, sets the scene for what is to be another amazingly interesting journey with Holland Philips, as […]

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    Irish Mist

    Richard Dillion describes his music as something that just happens once he sits down at the keyboard. In this absolutely beautiful album, Irish Mist, dedicated […]

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