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Memories of Love

by Craig Linder

13 beautiful piano songs to take away the stress and worries of the day. Take a break and fade away.
Genre: New Age: New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here She Comes
3:48 album only
2. Independence Day
4:20 album only
3. Coming Home
4:41 album only
4. My Broken Heart
6:04 album only
5. Grandmother's Attic
6:30 album only
6. Excalibur
5:11 album only
7. Closure
7:01 album only
8. Little Treasures
4:31 album only
9. After the Storm
3:28 album only
10. On the Town
3:15 album only
11. Memories of Love
3:59 album only
12. Show Me
5:53 album only
13. Before I Go
4:18 album only


Album Notes
Riding the success of his debut release, Blue Serenity, solo pianist, Craig Linder, has come right back with his follow up release, Memories of Love. This new album continues with Linder's trademark style of relaxing and engaging solo piano, but offers a touch of instrumental variety. "Several songs on the new album have contributions from Seattle violinist, Tyler Reilly. He's incredible and I'm thrilled with the way we worked together creatively. No doubt, listeners will really enjoy it."

"With every song I write, I find myself pouring more and more of my soul into my music. It's incredibly rewarding to see the face of someone in the crowd when they really connect with one of my songs. It's like they tapped into the same energy I did when it was created. Studio work is certainly rewarding, but at times you wonder if you're creating something people will really want to listen to. Getting that connection during a live performance is that confirmation of what you hoped to achieve. It's very satisfying."

Growing up in the southern farmlands of Minnesota, Linder's first exposure to the piano was at the age of five when his grandfather brought home an old upright piano he salvaged from an abandoned dance hall before it was torn down. Although he enjoyed learning simple songs and playing piano duets with his siblings, at the age of nine he convinced his mother to buy him an acoustic guitar and take him to guitar lessons. Unfortunately his teacher's approach resulted in a short-lived stint with the guitar. "I'd probably be a guitar player today if my teacher's style wouldn't have been so very strict and extinguished all enthusiasm I had for the instrument. During my year and a half of lessons which consisted mainly of drills and scales, the closest I ever got to rock n' roll was the piece I played for my last recital, 'Home on the Range'. It was quite frustrating and I was finally allowed to quit."

After finishing engineering school at Mankato State in Minnesota, Linder settled in Seattle where he began to focus more seriously on the piano. In 1992 he joined his first Seattle band. "It was a country band and full of talent, but the lead guitarist was always throwing me solos during live gigs on songs I had no idea what to play. It was unnerving at first, but in retrospect it motivated me to work very hard and greatly expand my repertoire."

After playing for several years with country and rock bands in Seattle and briefly in the United Kingdom, Linder's musical interests began to change as he began exploring more of his own instrumental compositions. In 1998 he stepped out of the band scene and began writing the music for Blue Serenity. "This was the first time I was able to be totally selfish and completely true to my own creative instincts - no compromises. The album was a wonderful success and now with the release of Memories of Love, I feel I have taken my creativity to a new level".



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Shiela Southwood

Absolutely soothing and calming
I love Craig Linders' music. We use Craigs' cd's for background music while homeschooling. It is soothing and helps the kids get down to work, concentrate and be calm. Thank-you for the serenity and joy your music brings to our family.

Katherine Degel

Beautiful and Inspiring Music...Could Listen to it for Hours
At the risk of sounding biased, as I have all of Craig's other cds, I am absolutely amazed at the music on this cd. The music is soothing, relaxing, and still inspiring. "Grandmother's Attic" is my favorite song from this album...an unbelievable musical piece. I could listen to this album for hours (and have done just that many times).

Craig - you keep outdoing yourself! We can't wait for your next cd release!

Robert D. Bean

I've always loved piano music, and Craig is a talented genius.
I had the pleasure of being in the right place at the right time to spend a few moments with Craig. I knew nothing of his music. Just by chance he gifted me with a copy of this CD. I listened to it. I've purchesed every CD he's produced since then. This is a beautiful collection of music on this CD.