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Louis Anthony deLise | Close Enough to Perfect | Album Review

Louis Anthony deLise | Close Enough to Perfect | Album Review

“Close Enough to Perfect: Works for Solo Piano” by Louis Anthony deLise Album Review by New Age CD and New Age Notes Radio Staff   “Close Enough to Perfect” is Louis’ 3rd album in the “New Age” space. He first burst onto the scene with the extraordinarily beautiful, “Natural Light,” which achieved a top-ten chart […]

Lisa Swerdlow | A Rhapsody Lives in You

Lisa Swerdlow | A Rhapsody Lives in You

“A Rhapsody Lives in You” by Lisa Swerdlow Single Review by New Age CD and New Age Notes Radio Staff A Rhapsody is “an ecstatic expression of feeling or enthusiasm.” In music, “a rhapsody is a one-movement work that is episodic yet integrated, free-flowing in structure, featuring a range of highly contrasted moods, color, and […]

Elizabeth Naccarato | A Southwest Story | Album Review

Elizabeth Naccarato | A Southwest Story | Album Review

There is probably something enchanting about every part of the country and perhaps about many places in the world, but in my opinion, the Southwest is particularly so for a variety of reasons. Here, in her 7th album release, Elizabeth Naccarato, through her music, has perfectly captured the rich tapestry that is this part of […]

Vicente Avella | Physics of Light | Album Review

Vicente Avella | Physics of Light | Album Review

“Physics of Light” by Vicente Avella Album review by New Age CD and New Age Notes Radio Staff Light is a fascinating subject all by itself. Light shines and then reflects back to our eyes. This is called “visible light,” which is all the colors our eyes can see. But my understanding of the physics […]

Joseph L Young | Into The Unknown | Album Review

Joseph L Young | Into The Unknown | Album Review

This is the 6th album from talented multi-instrumentalist, Joseph L Young. “Into the Unknown” is eleven tracks, 55 minutes of “music without boundaries,” offering everyone a universal sound that all can enjoy and use for growth, change, and as a catalyst to transformation. How timely! The compositions are a little out of the norm for […]

Christopher James | A Rose in the Canyon | Album Review

Christopher James | A Rose in the Canyon | Album Review

In the past, I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing a few of Christopher James’ recent albums, “Grace from Persistence” and the most wonderful, “Better Days: Music for Small Ensemble.” I can’t say we would be able to categorize these two as typically “New Age,” and in the same light, the album, “A Rose In The […]

Jill Haley | The Forests and Shores of Acadia | Album Review

Jill Haley | The Forests and Shores of Acadia | Album Review

I don’t know how she does it, but Jill Haley has done it again. Wonderfully transportive, ultra-relaxing, beautifully composed, and impeccably played, “The Forests and Shores of Acadia,” is utterly spectacular in every regard. It’s a “must have.” – Dyan Garris Jill Haley is best known as an English horn player, oboist, and pianist, and […]

Eric Allaman | What We Whispered

Eric Allaman | What We Whispered

“’What We Whispered’ is what really good solo piano should be and do – take us through a wide-ranging gamut of emotions and back to ourselves. Gorgeous.” – Dyan Garris Eric Allaman is a prolific composer whose decades long career has included composing the scores for 45 movies and over 600 episodes of television including: […]

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