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Connections
Sherry Finzer
www.sherryfinzer.com
Heart Dance Records
$12.99 CD / $9.49 MP3

https://www.amazon.com/Connections-SHERRY-FINZER/dp/B09JDW8PJ1

Connections is the third solo flute album released in the "Naked Flute" series by talented and experienced performer Sherry Finzer. The peaceful music fosters stress relief, and makes an excellent accompaniment to meditation or simply unwinding after a long day. Connections is rapturously beautiful, and highly recommended for both personal and public library collections. The tracks are Resilience, Distant Rivers, Pete's Journey, Homecoming, Ephemera, Peace at Home, Through the Veil, Red Hawk Hill, A New Day, Connections, Bella's Moon, Highland Waterfall, Wind Spirit, Ever Same, Greatest Blessings, The Crossing Place, and Journey with Spirit.

Colors
Stephen Wallack
www.stephenwallackmusic.com
Privately Published
$TBA CD / $9.49 MP3

https://www.amazon.com/Colors-Stephen-Wallack/dp/B09JXXJ5TK

Colors is an immersive solo piano album of emotional music, representing the memories and experiences of a year. Pianist and composer Stephen Wallack draws upon both formal and self-taught experience to portray a rich, vibrant, evocative soundscape. Colors is highly recommended for both personal and public library music collections. The tracks are Birch Lake, Josh, Colors, Stunning, Brave, Dreams, Earth, Hope, Marlon, and Midnight.

Jazz Christmas
Putumayo
www.putumayo.com
$14.98 CD / $9.49 MP3

https://www.amazon.com/Jazz-Christmas-Putumayo-Presents/dp/B09KPYZMM6

Jazz Christmas is a mostly instrumental anthology of holiday-themed jazz music, by a diverse variety of performers. Many of the songs transform timeless favorites into smooth-flowing soundscapes, whether performed by a traditional jazz band or on the piano. Jazz Christmas is a delightful holiday music pick for both personal and public library collections, highly recommended. The tracks are "Winter Wonderland", "The Christmas Song", "Angels We Have Heard on High", "Let It Snow", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", "Blue Christmas", "Christmas Time In New Orleans", "Silver Bells", and "Bringing In a Brand New Year".

News Blues
Greg Amirault with Steve Amirault, Adrian Vedady, and Jim Doxas
www.gregamirault.org
Privately Published
$TBA CD / $8.91 MP3

https://www.amazon.com/News-Blues-Greg-Amirault/dp/B09NB4SH71

News Blues is a jazz album by Montreal guitarist Greg Amirault, pianist Steve Amirault, bassist Adrian Vedady, and drummer Jim Doxas. Seven of the songs are Greg's original compositions; two are classic works of jazz (If You Could See Me Now by Carl Sigmund & Tadd Dameron, and Embraceable You by George Gershwin) with solo guitar arrangements. A smooth, unforgettable listening experience, News Blues is highly recommended especially for jazz connoisseurs. The tracks are News Blues, Tribute Tune, Sweet Way, Song for Nova Scotia, Uninvited, Meeting the Master, If You Could See Me Now, Reissued, and Embraceable You.

Not this Room
Roddy Ellias Free Spirit Ensemble
Featuring Kellylee Evans
Privately Published
$15.00 CD / $7.00 digital

https://roddyellias.bandcamp.com/album/not-this-room

Not this Room is a jazz album that bends toward heartrending beauty. Award-winning music artist Roddy Ellias and the Free Spirit Ensemble bring a medley of captivating original compositions with smoothly performed lyrics. Not this Room is a treasure for connoisseurs, highly recommended. The tracks are Not this Room, The Street, Draw Me a Circle, Closer, Blood and Bone, Suddenly, What You Needed, Hold On, and Prayer.

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