Leo Brodie | Across The Years

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Across The Years

by Leo Brodie

This gorgeous album will delight lovers of beautiful music with evocative, original melodies. Featuring Leo Brodie on piano, accompanied by some of the best musicians in Seattle, this collection of songs speaks to the mind, the heart, and the soul.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Morning Aire
3:59 $1.22
2. Alamitos Bay
3:53 $1.22
3. Yellow Autumn Sun
4:05 $1.22
4. Picture You And Me
2:45 $1.22
5. Monica's Song
4:20 $1.22
6. Summertime Highway
2:48 $1.22
7. Wishing I Were There
4:06 $1.22
8. Across the Years
4:17 $1.22
9. The Best Is Yet to Come
3:47 $1.22
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Leo Brodie's CD "Across The Years" delights lovers of beautiful music with evocative, original melodies all featuring Leo on piano, accompanied by some of the best jazz-rock musicians in Seattle.

Leo writes about this album: "My intention is for every song to be absolutely beautiful. Some are uplifting, some a bit melancholy, but all of them should touch you in some way."

From a review by Sandra Anderson: "I get lost in Leo's music. Not in the way a listener forgets the music and starts thinking about a long-ago love, but lost into the music. It's like finding oneself in a place populated by exquisite melodies and harmonies and rhythms timed with one’s heartbeat.

"Some selections are tone poems, an evocation of mood. Others bring specific worlds to life with such faithfulness it amazes me. I feel that, even if I didn't know the particular title of one of the pieces, I would come up with the same title myself, that's how much inner imagery these songs create.

"The album is permeated with a positive spirit and attitude. It presents life’s dichotomies, but helps the listener choose to concentrate on the sweet, not the bitter. It has a mature sound because it does not merely ignore the bitter or pretend it doesn’t exist.

"It’s hard to classify to which genre this music belongs. Then I thought, why try to classify at all? It has elements of jazz, certainly, and classical and New Age, light touches of honky-tonk and a gentle bluesy spirit. It’s like the best of ‘pop’ too, with pop standing for ‘popular’. I think this CD will be thoroughly enjoyed by listeners of all sorts!"



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