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    Wood, Steel, and Grace

    From beginning to end  this latest release from New Latitude, Wood, Steel and Grace is one immensely enjoyable journey into whatever phase, style, beat rhythm […]

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    Piano2

    Doug Hammer discovered just how much fun he could have when he decided to work outside the box and have a go at four handed […]

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    Crucial

    Prog rock is a genre that lends to much diversion of sound and in Crucial, the third album from Swiss guitarist/composer Roland Buhlmann, an amazingly […]

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    Summoning the Muse

    Infectious just about sums up this latest, very catchy release Summoning the Muse from the talented members of Incendio,  something they often seem to do […]

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    Jazz Meditations

    Meditation music is always something special and when a jazz component is added, it broadens the of experience. Dan Rufulo in his second solo piano […]

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    You’re the One

    You’re The One is a lovely, light and most enjoyable solo piano album from beginning to end presenting nothing more than a man sitting at […]

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    Ethereal II

    Although this flow-on album to Ethereal I could be considered as something of an improv collection of works created by Kevin Kastning, Sandor Szabo and […]

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    Follow Your Heart

    A little soul, a touch of delicate jazz notes, the smoky vibe of a late-night bar in the wee small hours, drift into the atmosphere […]

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    After The Rain

    Glorious, gorgeous and a real treat, this new album, After the Rain  from Neil Tatar combines the best of styles to create an album which […]

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