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It's About the Rose
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Topic: Karen M Garrett

Karen Marie Garrett's previous recording (Allure of Sanctuary) offered an abundance of melody and emotion, making it truly a remarkable debut. Her latest recording (It's About the Rose) presents an absolutely stunning evolution in musical styles, textures, virtuosity and emotional depth. She has not departed from what worked so well for her in (Allure of Sanctuary) but has simply dug deeper to create an even richer experience. --Will Ackerman, founder Windham Hill Records

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Another beautiful collaboration by pianist Karen Marie Garrett and producer Will Ackerman, Grammy Award winner and founder of Windham Hill Records. It's evident Ms. Garrett went exploring for something new and exciting to share with listeners in this collection of twelve new compositions. Is it New Age, Classical, Pop, or Jazz? We don't know... but it's working, and this album is a passionate work of art!

Posted by Editor at 8:23 PM CST
Updated: Tuesday, 16 January 2007 8:45 PM CST
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