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Gentle Images
Jim Bajor
Gentle Images
Genre: New Age
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An Intimate collection of ten solo piano compositions by new-age pianist Jim Bajor.


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All Artists: Jim Bajor
Title: Gentle Images
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: JBX Records
Original Release Date: 9/9/1988
Release Date: 9/9/1988
Genre: New Age
Style: Instrumental
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 0043827700227, 043827700227


Album Description
An Intimate collection of ten solo piano compositions by new-age pianist Jim Bajor.

CD Reviews

Gentle Images
Jeff Polanski | Columbus, Ohio | 01/27/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Close your eyes and listen and you'll hear nothing but pure unadulterated acoustic piano. This recording for so reason stirs up a lot of emotions in me. The playing is impecabble with many surprrises in it. It can go from a rather repitious pharase that is like a lullabuy then take a turn into a beautiful melody that sounds like a movie theme. If you love piano music you'll want to add this CD to your collection. The last cut Europa is a rather mysterious sounding piece that I realy enjoy."
Gentle Images by Pianist Jim Bajor
Chris Evans | Phoenix,AZ | 01/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Gentle Images is a collection of ten solo piano songs recorded impeccably on a Steinway piano in all digital. The songs range from very ambient to quite melodic. The music is relaxing and is perfect for just that. It is good to unwind to after a hard day at work. The songs stand seperately but they also are cohesive through a unique tapestry that Mr. Bajor somehow pulls off. I would highly reccommend this CD if you like new-age piano music."
From Simple to Sublime
Chris Evans | 01/05/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Gentle Images by Jim Bajor is a masterpice of solo piano music. It is impeccable perfomed on a Steinway Grand Piano and the recording is a state of the art all digital recording. The music takes the listener on an emotional journey from contemplative to extremely expressive. This CD runs the gamut of emotions. It ends with a very seductive sounding piece called "Europa." This last song reminds me of a Gershwin composition it is melodic and has a haunting bass line that really catches the listeners ear. If you like solo piano this CD is a must for your collection. I give it five stars.
John Allagor
Salt Lake City, Utah"