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Easy Listening: Soft Rock Rock: 70's Rock Moods: Featuring Piano
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Keys Into The 70's

by Geresti

Famous rock songs of the 70's done on solo piano. Amazing arrangements make it hard to believe one person is playing all of this. Classic rock songs turned into cinematic piano instrumentals.This album is not a soulless paint-by-numbers makeovers for the
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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1. You Make Me Feel Brand New
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2. Killing Me Softly
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3. Babe
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4. Nights In White Satin
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5. Candle In The Wind
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6. Desperado
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7. My Love/Imagine/You're Sixteen
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8. Diary/If
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9. Rainy Days & Mondays
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10. Stairway To Heaven
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Some of the great songs of the 70's done on solo piano with amazing sound.Vivian Fields of Midnight Jazz writes : Some people have discographies, for pianist Geresti, his body of work could be called a library. Since the early '90's, Geresti has recorded and self-released one album after another,stretching his creative vision across the musical landscape. Among these is "Keys Into The 70's, wherein Geresti covers classic-rock favorites such as Styx's "Babe" and Led Zeppelin's "Stairway To Heaven", and transforms them into cinematic piano instrumentals. There is emotion in Geresti's playing, these aren't soulless paint-by-numbers makeovers for the Muzak set. Geresti is an artist, and most definitely a prolific one.
Be Sure To Check Out These Links For Geresti Reviews!
http://thechilloutisland.com/2008/07
http://transeuropress.com/2008/06
http://midnightjazzreview.com/2008/05
http://ougroundcdreviews.com/geresti

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