Oceans

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This Pacific Northwest artist is one of the most imaginative and appealing pianists to come along in ages. Playing in a full-ensemble setting serves to fully enhance Peacock's excellent compositions and variations on classical pieces. Both on last year's Island Time and his brand new Oceans, there is smooth sailing all around, as the listener is drawn further and further into the wide-open spaces amply structured to maintain the ear's interest while delving into many romantic and thought-provoking heart-spaces. Cello is heard to great advantage, along with the familiar ocarina and English horn of Nancy Rumbel and additional guitar, bass, drums and the strings of The Seattle Symphony. Twelve delicate spheres of music ...
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This Pacific Northwest artist is one of the most imaginative and appealing pianists to come along in ages. Playing in a full-ensemble setting serves to fully enhance Peacock's excellent compositions and variations on classical pieces. Both on last year's Island Time and his brand new Oceans, there is smooth sailing all around, as the listener is drawn further and further into the wide-open spaces amply structured to maintain the ear's interest while delving into many romantic and thought-provoking heart-spaces. Cello is heard to great advantage, along with the familiar ocarina and English horn of Nancy Rumbel and additional guitar, bass, drums and the strings of The Seattle Symphony. Twelve delicate spheres of music are culled from various cultures, from ocean streams to ocean dreams. Haunting vocals set a fine mood in "Does It Have to Be True," while the endearing "Island Moon" of "Lune De L'ile" closes the album with the listener completely satisfied, but wanting more. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/25/1994
  • Label: Pure & Simple
  • UPC: 718959900226
  • Catalog Number: 9002

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Christopher Peacock Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Percussion, Piano
Richard Palalay Piano, Track Performer
Stephen Hill Drums
Steven Ray Allen Bass
Kathy Boyer Davis Violin
Raymond Davis Cello
Cecila Poellein Violin
Nancy Rumbel English Horn, Ocarina, Zither
Chris Monroe Strings, Marimbas, Marimba (Electronics)
Gene Nery Guitar, Track Performer
Vincent Comer Viola
Richard Reed French Horn
Steve Hill Drums
Technical Credits
Christopher Peacock Producer
Reed Ruddy Engineer
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