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Blue Landscapes II: Discoveries by Ro...

Album review by Dyan Garris, New Age CD Picture this. You’re in a crowded room. It’s so noisy you can’t distinguish any particular conversation from another, and no one phrase, sentence, or topic stands out.  It’s just noise, an incessant din, and people clamoring for attention among themselves. However, as you make your way through […]

Shifting Sands by Lynn Tredeau –...

“Shifting Sands,” the 4th release by solo pianist, Lynn Tredeau, is an eloquent, elegant, timelessly lovely journey from beginning to end. From the first notes of “Lost in Familiar Surroundings,” we immediately feel at ease and relax into the gentle melody. We find ourselves transported to a place where we may have all found ourselves […]

The Land of Nod: Lullabies for the Li...

The Land of Nod: Lullabies for the Listless Review by Dyan Garris – New Age CD.com Richard Dillon, New Age pianist and composer, considers himself more of a “Neo-Impressionist,” than a “New Ager.” That’s fine if we insist on categorizing. But there is a very good reason for characterizing himself in this way rather than […]

Review of Urban Metta Vol. 1 by Anaam...

A Masterpiece of Zen At first glance or listen, one might perceive the album, “Urban Metta, Volume 1,” by Anaamaly (otherwise known as Phoenix based recording artist, Phil Strickland), as “just another New Age relaxation album.” Far from it. Reminiscent of Steven Halpern’s sound healing work, here in “Urban Metta, Volume 1,” we have this […]

Mystic’s Nine Review by Steve S...

One World Music’s, Steve Sheppard reviews the album, Mystic’s Nine, by Dyan Garris

Review of Beyond Words by Dan Chadbur...

To communicate through music is to speak to and with the emotions instead of with the linear movement of thoughts through the mind. Dan Chadburn’s astoundingly beautiful solo piano album, Beyond Words, does exactly this and does it flawlessly. Beyond Words also reminds us of the resounding reasons to still buy a full album in […]

Review of Walking to You by Rachel Cu...

With her latest solo piano release “Walking to You,” exceptionally accomplished composer and solo piano artist Rachel Currea does not disappoint. The sixteen melodic compositions on this album are emotionally compelling, the phrasing eloquent, the timing impeccable, with all masterfully and gracefully implemented. Ms. Currea is Miami based with an international following. “Walking to You,” […]

Dancing on the Wind – CD Review

Dancing on the Wind – CD Review by Dyan Garris From the very opening notes of the graceful Dancing on the Wind, the new solo piano release by Shosana Michel, the soul feels immediately light and free as a bird. The first track, When Leaves Dance, is perfectly executed, as they all are, with just […]

Music Video – A Garden in the Forbidden City – Logical Drift

Music Video – Logical Drift

Music Video – “Floating” from Blue Landscapes II: Discoveries (Robert Thies & Damjan Krajacic)

Mystic’s Nine by Dyan Garris

Music Video – LOGICAL DRIFT – The Americas: Angels of the Altiplano

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The short story behind the music and creators of Blue Landscapes. Featuring Blue Landscapes II: Discoveries

Music Video – I am Awakened – Anaamaly – Urban Metta, Vol. 1