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post #61 of 67
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^ Thanks. Danny Wright deserves a third mentioning here (although I have listed him in the openning post and mentioned his Phantasy album in this thread previously). His Autumn Dreams album is excellent as well.
post #62 of 67

Scott Wilkie!

sorry thats jazz but it's still nice. Very chill and melodic.


Edited by jonyoo - 6/19/13 at 1:18am
post #63 of 67
Thread Starter 
Thanks, I like his songs. Some may call his style Chill Jazz. Anyway, I welcome any style / genre as long as it is good music.
post #64 of 67

+1 for George Winston and David Lanz.

 

Also thanks for the list, so that I can try some more new age stuff.

post #65 of 67
Thread Starter 
^ Welcome to Headfi!
Once you have found a new favorite (that is not on the list), please let us know. Cheers!
post #66 of 67

Few recent discoveries, that are more or less focused on piano:

 

Lebensessenz -  Tu, deorum hominumque tyranne, Amor
Gonzales - Solo Piano
Akira Kosemura - How my heart sings
Eluvium - An Accidental Memory in the Case of Death
Lechner & Tsabropoulos - Chants, Hymns and Dances [Gurdjieff]

post #67 of 67
Phillip Aaberg - Welcome to the Church of St. Anytime
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