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Jim Brickman
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Genres: New Age, Pop
 
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All Artists: Jim Brickman
Title: No Words
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Bmg Special Product
Release Date: 9/7/2004
Genres: New Age, Pop
Style: Meditation
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 755174892820

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Jim Brickman, No Words

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At Ease In America
Marc Ruby? | Warren, MI USA | 05/13/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This caught me by surprise when I listened to it. Jim Brickman is a prolific musician whose work has darted in and out of the Naw Age category for more years than I care to remember. For some reason I had written him off as overly syrupy and sentimental, and simply stopped being interested in his work. A lot of his work is vocal, or intentionally romantic. While I like the New Age genre, I don't care all that much for New Age lyrics. These are, to say the least, predictable.This album is something else entirely. As you can tell from the title, this is all solo piano work. While still not incredibly original (I think I counted 5 variations on the 'You Are The Wind Beneath My Wings' theme, etc.) the music is very pleasant and nicely played. While I wouldn't call it a demonstration of blazing pianism (pianistry?) it's the kind of album one plays over and over because it sounds good. Which is as good a reason as any to like something.No surprise, Brickman's playing relies heavily on melody and accompaniment. Pace is easy going, and you will occasionally find yourself humming along. These still are songs, just without voice. Particular favorites for me as 'Rocket to the Moon,' which sounds nothing like it's title, and 'Heartland,' which does. As I said, highly listenable throughout and at a very good price."
My favorite Jim Brickman CD
S. Jentsch | United States | 03/29/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I really like Jim Brickman's music, and I like his non-vocal work the best. That's why I like "No Words," as there are no words to get in the way of his piano playing.

Is his music for all occasions? No, but it's great for relaxing or for having in the background while you're trying to concentrate on other things. That's probably why I like the non-vocal songs the best.

My daughters also use his music to fall asleep at night. When we're on car trips and they get tired, my youngest always asks for the "nighttime music" which consists of Jim Brickman's "Love Songs & Lullabies" and "No Words."

This CD was unavailable for a while, but it's back and at a very economical price. If you like piano music that is a little easier to relax to than George Winston, this should suit your tastes just fine!"
No Words
C. Buccieri | Boxford, MA | 07/01/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd defines "easy listening". I listen to this when I am doing computer work because it relaxes me and sets the mood for tranquility. I accomplish more that way. And when I just listen...... it's wonderful!!"