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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/14/2007
  • UPC: 765459009225
  • Catalog Number: 922


Disc 1
  1. 1 In a Silent Place (5:12)
  2. 2 New Love (3:47)
  3. 3 Remembering You (3:45)
  4. 4 The River Runs (4:19)
  5. 5 Snow (4:00)
  6. 6 Flowing (4:17)
  7. 7 Journey Through Time (4:02)
  8. 8 Cella's Song (5:10)
  9. 9 Reflections I (4:51)
  10. 10 Reflections II (3:41)
  11. 11 Reflections III (3:03)
  12. 12 A Stringy Dialogue (5:09)
  13. 13 Lullaby (4:36)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Eric Roberts Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Synthesizer Guitar
David Darling Percussion, Cello, Rainstick
Eddie Contreras Percussion
Eduardo Contreras Percussion
Eric Roberts Guitar, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer Guitar
Technical Credits
David Darling Producer, Engineer, MIDI
Tom Bates Engineer, Mastering
Jim Ratts Engineer
Salli Ratts Graphic Design
Tommy Skarupa Engineer, Mastering
Eric Roberts Composer, Producer
Eric Roberts MIDI
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    This is a superb album of acoustic guitar (both solo and with ensemble) instrumentals, highlighted by Eric Roberts' expressive, warm, and evocative playing (he also composed all the pieces). Cellist David Darling, who as a session player/accompanist may be one of the most sought after artists around today, plays on four tracks, and the other guest artists are Ed Contreras on percussion and Robert Weinstein on guitar. Besides guitar, Roberts also contributes on bass, percussion, and guitar synthesizer (the latter used mostly as background textures or strings). Many of the pieces are moody and reflective, even when they are somewhat uptempo (such as "New Love" which despite its jaunty pace still carries an air of delicate sensitivity) and some are downright minimal tone poems, such as the three-part "Reflections" (numbered "I," "II" and "III"). All three are solo guitar tracks. "II" is even somewhat abstract, yet not unpleasantly so. "III" introduces trace subtle elements of flamenco, but in the context of the piece, this connection could be missed as well. One of the best tracks, indeed one of the better songs I've heard this year (although the release is technically a 2001) is "The River Runs," featuring Roberts, Darling, and Contreras. Mixing an uptempo pace with darker tonalities yields a composition strongly reminiscent of the best acoustic work on the ECM label as well as the early days of Windham Hill groups like Shadowfax and Nightnoise, although without the latter's overt Celtic influences. "Flowing" is another winner, more subdued than "The River Runs" yet equally memorable and even more evocative. Darling contributes on midi-percussion, rainstick, and "cello orchestra" while Roberts handles his full assortment of instruments. His synth work here, more overt than elsewhere on the album, is a highlight, introducing ethereal tones that weave a soft strain of melodicism throughout the slow tempo rhythm and background guitar and bass, while Darling's accompaniment is spot on. There is a lazy sunny day feeling to the piece, as it brings to mind images of biking along a forest road under a canopy of tall pines, with rays of sunlight poking through now and then. Some songs carry more than a hint of jazz, again in the ECM vein more than anything else, such as ""Journey Through Time" or the late night ballad "Remembering You" which would fit in either a cabin by a northern lake during a fog-shrouded early morning or playing softly in a 20th floor apartment high above a cityscape aglow with the evening's lights. A different mood is achieved on "Cella's Song," a soft and gentle acoustic guitar number (with some subtle synth textures) that easily stands toe to toe with anything from the best known guitarists in new age or adult contemporary music today. Albums as solid and thoroughly enjoyable as In a Silent Place don't come around often, so when they do, I try my damndest to send up as many flares as possible. Consider the beacons lit, friends. If you fancy yourself a fan of acoustic guitar or acoustic ensemble music (with a little synth work here and there, but nothing obtrusive or misplaced), this album deserves your attention and you won't be sorry if you pick it up

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