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by Azimuth

Reflective, positively uplifting, jazz influenced piano music.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Autumn Passing
4:08 $0.99
2. Oceanfront
6:33 $0.99
3. Hear My Cry
4:14 $0.99
4. Not a Day that Passes
3:41 $0.99
5. Our Everything
3:43 $0.99
6. Photographs
4:04 $0.99
7. You're the Reason
4:08 $0.99
8. Mirror Inside
4:23 $0.99
9. There is a Reason
4:09 $0.99
10. There's One Thing
3:23 $0.99
11. Voice in the Wind
4:27 $0.99
12. Christmas Morning
4:37 $0.99
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Album Notes
Ed Goldfarb masterfully plays the keys on this album and is the focus of this CD. Some of his past credits include a gold record and the musical production of the Apocalypse Now DVD soundtrack. He is an amazing talent and this CD reflects his depth and outlook throughout every track.

Azimuth is a radio entity. We've written and recorded highly produced music for 20 years. This piano album is an extension of our music and meant to reach out to the world through different genres.

If a song does not have a good melody, it is not a good song. Trust us, the song writing and arrangements on "Photographs" are as good as it gets. Much time and effort were put into the production of this album with the intention of blessing our listeners.

This album sounds like Keith Jarrett, George Winston or Bruce Hornsby. So relax and have a listen, we'd appreciate your purchasing this CD as we need to sell 700 to break even!!! :)



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Kathy Parsons

Uplifting and inspiring!
“Photographs” is the first solo piano release from Azimuth, a Christian rock/pop band who has been an active music ministry for the past twenty years. Even though this is a solo piano album, it was truly a collaboration with composers Paul Gentry and Rhesa Siregar and pianist Ed Goldfarb. (It is very interesting to note that the composing collaboration took place by email between Washington State and Indonesia, using midi and mp3 files.) All twelve of the songs have words that are available at (two are included in the liner notes), so the music has a very lyrical feel to it. Jazz, gospel, and pop influences can be heard in the music, which is melodic and very accessible but complex enough to keep more active listeners interested. Each piece is a vignette depicting a “snapshot” of different aspects of everyday life

“Autumn Passing” opens the CD with a haunting piece full of reflection, regret, and longing. “Oceanfront” is a bit more gospel-infused. Calming and yet gently-stirring, I really like this one! “Hear My Cry” seems to be an urgent prayer for help and grace. The right hand improvisations create a feeling of spontaneity and sincerity - a soliloquy of sorts. The title track is nostalgic, recalling times of childhood innocence and faith being relived through old photographs and the need to “picture” Jesus within to fill the times of loneliness and need. As the title suggests, “Mirror Inside” is about reflection and self-examination, and contains a powerful yet poignant musical message. I really like “Voice In the Wind,” which has its roots in rock music. Rhythmic and intense, one senses a certain amount of frustration at trying to be heard in the wind. Goldfarb really shows his piano chops here! “Christmas Morning” is both magical and tragically sad, perhaps thinking of what the future will hold for the innocent Christ child.

I hope “Photographs” is only the first of many solo piano albums to come from Azimuth. Uplifting and inspiring, the music is also simply a pleasure to listen to. Good stuff!

Kemily Rankin

I love it!!
Simply put, it is absolutely beautiful. The day after the album arrived, I went on a pretty long road trip. "Photographs" was repeated almost the entire ride. May God continue to bless you as you spread his love through your ministry of music.