Evidence of Things Unseen

Evidence of Things Unseen

by Michael Cain
     
 

Michael Cain's first solo album, Evidence of Things Unseen, was recorded in 1994 in Harmony Hall, a classical music venue located in the Japanese Alps. Harmony Hall boasts an Austrian-built pipe organ and a Bosendorfer Imperial Concert Grand Piano, which was used to create Evidence of Things Unseen. Using just the hall, piano and Cain's playing, the…  See more details below

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Michael Cain's first solo album, Evidence of Things Unseen, was recorded in 1994 in Harmony Hall, a classical music venue located in the Japanese Alps. Harmony Hall boasts an Austrian-built pipe organ and a Bosendorfer Imperial Concert Grand Piano, which was used to create Evidence of Things Unseen. Using just the hall, piano and Cain's playing, the album forms a spacious yet deeply personal sonic world. Released on the Japanese/American M-A label five years after it was recorded, Evidence of Things Unseen is a distinctive solo jazz piano album that shouldn't go unheard.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/20/1999
Label:
M.a. Recordings
UPC:
0739978801318
Rank:
272229

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