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Kerry Politzer: Jazz pianist with Brazilian and classical influences
Watercolor is an impressionistic jazz piano trio album that features many colors, emotions and tempos. Although this album is obviously influenced by pianist Bill Evans, one can also catch glimpses of Thelonious Monk, Keith Jarrett, and traditional Bossa nova. Recorded on a dark, rich-sounding Steinway D, this is an album for jazz piano aficionados.
Putinki Church Choir: Clear calm voices of spiritual music
In Thy Dormition is comprised both of ancient Russian Orthodox monastery chants, as well as songs by secular composers, written for the church and performed by the Moscow Putinki Church choir. These selections are performed during the celebration of the Assumption of the Holy Mother of God, a feast day hallowed by the Russian Orthodox church.
Shira Kammen: Early folk and celtic music
A sophisticated and inventive performer on vielle and medieval harp, as well as an expert singer, Shira Kammen has spent well over half her life exploring the worlds of early and traditional music.
Mark Southeron: Led Zeppelin meets Underworld
On this album, you'll find a blend of electronica and hard-edged guitar, blended with classic psychedelic rock touches from influences such as Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.
Toni Iniguez: Classical guitar and nature
In his album Rain Trip, Antonio Iniguez expresses the beauty of the Spanish guitar and its sounds, with touches of folk, jazz and classical music. Made with the exceptional talents of violinist Lucia Marin (with whom Iniguez has worked for many years), this music evokes sensations produced by the smells of the wet earth after rain.