The Track of the Day is for an old and dear friend Teardrop (Massive Attack) second single part of the upcoming album by Avishai Cohen and Big Vicious out next March 27. It's a beatiful interpretation by this avant garde trumpeter that I hope you enjoy it as much (or more) than the original.
The Track Of The Day is for Exhale a beautiful single released today by the composer and pianist Adrew James Johnson from England this is part of the album that hes working releasing one single each month (February was A Beautiful Moment and January Lost Dream)
In his own words " ‘Exhale’...in these crazy times we’re living in let’s not forgot to keep our spirits strong and our minds and bodies healthy and happy. Breathe, relax, stay calm and find a balance. "
The Track Of The Day is for Last to Let Go (originally part of the last year album Glass Island by Richard Luke) but this time a reimagined by pianist Daigo Hanada both versions a bit differents but equallly beautiful, full of sadness and melancholy above all the violin by Amira Bedrush-McDonald in the orginal one.
The Track of the Day is for Adrift released last Friday and the third this year (one each month) by composer singer songwriter Barry Mcloughlin an acoustic guitar artist that plays beautifully, this track feels really wistful I hope you can enjoy it.
The Track of the Day is for I am Stardust the second single by composer and pianist Meredi part of her upcoming debut album STARDUSTS out May 22 via Modern Recordings.
In her own words "Each one of us is a tiny particle of the universe and every night, whe you look up to the sky, you can see a reflection of yourself." For me is really interesting artist that express beautifully her feellings with her music.
The Track Of The Day is for another new and beautiful piano single titled Sina by the Portugese composer Joao Balouta released last Friday. A truly heartfelt interpretation of this new gem in this Playlist.
The Track Of The Day is for Weight the third track of the newest and emotive album Red Sun Through Smoke released last Friday by canadian musician Ian William Craig a beautiful track with hounting vocals and soft piano.
The Track Of The Day is for Holy Mother by the cellist Clarince Jensen second track of her upcoming album The Experience of Repetition as Death a gigantic track in any way you want so see it almost 11 minutes long, glorious music as it feels religious or at least spiritual, trascendental.
The Track Of The Day is for Letting Go While Holding On first track of the new albums released today Ghost V: Together by Nine Inch Nails no introduction needed. I only can say that this is a thing of beauty.