Bob Ravenscroft | Beaver Creek Meditations

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Beaver Creek Meditations

by Bob Ravenscroft

Sometimes teetering on a majestic aural vista, other times dreamily following cloud drifts from a streamside hammock, this music takes you there. You can feel the crisp morning breeze and smell the fresh, dew-dropped pines. Simply redolent...
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. The Unknown
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2. Tentative Steps
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3. A First Solution
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4. Peacefulness
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5. Upward Vision
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6. Diversions
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7. Gentle Currents
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8. Beautiful Dreams
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9. A Second Solution
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10. Aspen Glow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What do you get when you take a unique, improvisational mind and surround it with peace, beauty and the sheer time to explore? That's what we have in Bob Ravenscroft's solo album, Beaver Creek Meditations. Summer of 2008 found Bob secluded for two months among the shimmering aspen and craggy peaks of Colorado-with a piano! The results, while totally impromptu, are deeply profound and timelessly paced. Ideas become emotions become devotions. Sometimes teetering on a majestic aural vista, other times dreamily following cloud drifts from a stream-side hammock, this music takes you there. Eyes closed, you can feel the crisp morning breeze and smell the fresh, dew-dropped pines of Beaver Creek. Simply redolent...

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