OK, the title of this album is rather plain and cover most 'cheap', but damn that its content is good! Castle Canyon is a American group, totally unknown, but has yet cracked shortly in the early 70s. A long tunnel over 30 years and a resurrection later….. Gods Of 1973 Thus, a progressive instrumental 'seventies' of very high bill, dominated by the full panoply of keyboards 'vintage' supported by an impeccable rhythm section and guitar more discreet but no less perfect. To clarify further, there may well sure to add that Castle Canyon sometimes evokes ELP, Trace and other Quill, but his personality is such that the Gods of 1973 made very quickly forget sake of rapprochement on the part of the listener. A treat!
One of the most prolific composers of electronic music in the 1990s and the New Millennium. He works primarily in the field of what is known as space music, part of the electronic and new age realms. Like much new age music, Carty's aims to inspire as well as to relax and heal. Carty says he hopes it will bring as much peace of heart to the listener as it does to himself while creating it. Carty's is a music you can always turn to to relax and restore your spirits. For those of you who are familiar with some space music, but don't know Carty's, comparisons might be useful. It lies somewhere amidst the darker and more spare or ethnic sounds of Roach, the smooth misty music of Serrie, the deep sensuous spiritual sonority of Parsons, and the bright esoteric spirituality of Michael Hammer.
Celebrate the holiday season and spirit of the Grand Canyon with multi-platinum flautist Nicholas Gunn. These timeless holiday classics include favorites such as Auld Lang Syne, Silent Night, Joy to the World, and Ave Maria along with two original tracks by Nicholas Gunn, "Snowfall on South Rim" and "Memories of the Grand Canyon." Packaging highlights include the photography of renowned Southwestern photographer Michael Fatali.
"Return to Grand Canyon" is the sequel to Nicholas Gunn's breakthrough 1995 hit "The Music of the Grand Canyon" which peaked at #10, spending 32 weeks on the Billboard New Age Chart. This recording is centered around Gunn's flute, keyboard and percussion and features guest performances by acoustic guitarist Govi, violinist Karen Briggs, cellist Sachi Patitucci with wife and fellow artist Cheryl Gunn.
Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers, featuring Edie Brickell, release their first ever live concert package capturing their extraordinary performance at the historic Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside California. The live performance was recorded for PBS Great Performances and features material from Martin and Brickells Grammy-nominated album Love Has Come For You, as well as music from Martins Grammy nominated collaboration with The Steep Canyon Rangers, Rare Bird Alert, and his Grammy Award winning album The Crow: New Songs for the Five-String Banjo…