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Nothing Above My Shoulders But the Evening
     

Nothing Above My Shoulders But the Evening

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by Ray Lynch
 

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...Nothing Above My Shoulders But the Evening refers to the inexplicable freedom of headlessness...Keyboards and guitar by Ray, including guest musician Daniel Kobialka on violin, and others on flute, viola, French horn, piano, oboe, English horn, trumpet and more. As you can see, Ray's used more acoustic instruments this time

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...Nothing Above My Shoulders But the Evening refers to the inexplicable freedom of headlessness...Keyboards and guitar by Ray, including guest musician Daniel Kobialka on violin, and others on flute, viola, French horn, piano, oboe, English horn, trumpet and more. As you can see, Ray's used more acoustic instruments this time and should appeal to a wide range of music lovers...

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Release Date:
03/05/2002
Label:
Ray Lynch Production
UPC:
0735371113324
catalogNumber:
11133

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Nothing Above My Shoulders But the Evening 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
By far the best Ray Lynch recording available. Ray's previous CD's have been sprinkled with tantilizing ear candy, but he has created a masterpiece in New Age music with this effort. You will be taken on a journey through several emotions with each song and within each song. Every effort in this work is fully developed and full of richness that requires you to play this over and over. It's a very cognitive album - which is probably ironic for the title itself. ''Mesquite'' may sound a little smokey, but it is quite possible the hi-light of Ray Lynch's career.