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Moving Through Worlds

Label: Little Hartley Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Calling County Clare; Bushfire Moon; Prayer For Rain; All That is Left; Aqua 1; Prelude in E Minor (Chopin, #4); Desert of Crystal; Tolling of the Fire Bell; Aqua 2; Passing Of Midnight; Moving Through Worlds; For the Roses (Solo Piano); Song For Louise; Twilight Moment.

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Shambhu: Soothing Guitar for Stressful Times

Read "Shambhu: Soothing Guitar for Stressful Times" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The times we live in call for reflection and one of the ways of providing it is through music. Music can slow our lives down and make us live in the moment, but it can also connect people. Since he discovered music, guitarist and composer Shambhu Neil Vineberg has been on a journey that has seen ...

NEWS: RECORDING

“Traveler” Visits Barnes & Noble, Bossa Novas Onto Billboard Chart

“Traveler” Visits Barnes & Noble, Bossa Novas Onto Billboard Chart

World beat purveyor Lawson Rollins boosted by in-store play for his newly released album; the virtuoso guitarist to be profiled in Guitar Player magazine. San Francisco, CA: The guitar-guided world music excursions that you hear this month in Barnes & Noble stores throughout the United States come from the recently released Traveler, the critically-hailed fifth album ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Lawson Rollins: Have Guitar, Will Travel

Lawson Rollins: Have Guitar, Will Travel

Lawson Rollins is a virtuosic tour guide on a musical exploration around the globe on his fifth album, Traveler, which will be released February 17. San Francisco, CA: Many people travel from an encapsulated distance, staying at posh brand name hotels and dining under the golden arches while others prefer to explore by blending amongst the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nora Germain: Let It Rip!

Read "Let It Rip!" reviewed by Carl L. Hager

How good is your memory? Remember when the gold standard in jazz was that the music needs to swing? Good memory, eh? Remember jazz violin, that four-stringed instrument that was bowed and tucked under the musician's chin, not stood on end? Jazz violin is a tradition which has faded to such a ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Lawson Rollins: Riding The “Momentum” Of A Global Guitar Excursion “Full Circle”

Lawson Rollins: Riding The “Momentum” Of A Global Guitar Excursion “Full Circle”

Lawson Rollins releases his fourth album, which is earning airplay and praise in abundance San Francisco, CA: Prodigious guitarist Lawson Rollins’ “Full Circle,” a riveting 12-song aural adventure crammed with culture and masterful musicianship that was released today by Infinita Records, is like traversing the world without the hassles of modern travel. Rollins’ fourth album, which ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Globetrotting Guitarist Lawson Rollins Comes “Full Circle”

Globetrotting Guitarist Lawson Rollins Comes “Full Circle”

July 16th release bodes to harness the “Momentum” generated by over 7.5 million YouTube views San Francisco, CA: Having traversed the world in search of intriguing sounds from virtually every corner of the globe with his beloved Spanish guitar en tow, Lawson Rollins has come full circle on his aptly titled fourth solo album, “Full Circle,” ...


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