Fawcett, Steve - One Light

Year of Release: 2003
Label: Wextrax Studio
Catalog Number: n/a
Format: CD
Total Time: 52:08:00

Steve Fawcett enters the stratosphere of your consciousness with an absorbing blend of atmospheric pleasures on a glowing new release titled One Light. You can call it new age, instrumental, spiritual, or all of the above; it seems to fit snugly into all of those genres. The cover photo is worth a thousand words, it speaks to you, suggesting that this music is the dawning of a new day in this part of the galaxy.

You can hear Fawcett's music on the TV shows Friends, Drew Carrey, Saturday Night Live and many others. He is also the proud author of seven wildlife documentaries for the Discovery Channel. He has received several awards (www.pantheraproductions.com/steve.htm) for his vast volume of work.

With the help of modern technology, the talented Fawcett ably creates a gorgeous mosaic of musical expressions to both soothe and relax the inner being. He uses all the tools at his disposal very smartly while impressively performing all the music himself. The experience the listener receives from this CD is a peaceful journey via keyboards, guitars, synthesizers and a few exotic instruments (ehru and sarangi). In a word, the number of instruments utilized on this recording by one man is amazing.

This brand of instrumental music has something to offer not only those that may be seeking enlightenment, but those individuals that appreciate good musicianship and a tool to unwind with while recharging their batteries. Fawcett offers something real to convey the spirit of humanity whilst willingly giving of his heart and soul. It looks as though he has found the One Light that has inspired him to reach great heights.

Smile (4:46) / Eastern Mist (5:02) / Song For Susan (4:58) / Northern Waltz (4:56) / Flowing (5:22) / Light Of Erin (4:33) / The Beholder (5:55) / Padme Hum (5:50) / Dusk To Dawn (5:53) / Silver Lining (5:23)

Steve Fawcett - piano, guitar, sitar, keyboards, etc.

One Light (2003)

Genre: Ambient

Origin US

Added: December 14th 2003
Reviewer: Keith "Muzikman" Hannaleck
Artist website: scfmusic.com
Hits: 1094
Language: english


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