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Four Corners Suite
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Pop
The idea for a musical tribute to the Southwest began as a quiet seed when Scott was living in northern New Mexico. It took root and grew, finally compelling him to return. These pieces are named for the locations in which... more »
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The idea for a musical tribute to the Southwest began as a quiet seed when Scott was living in northern New Mexico. It took root and grew, finally compelling him to return. These pieces are named for the locations in which they were written, and are dedicated to the peoples of the Four Corners Region, past and present, and to the spirit of the land, which may have had some hand in their creation.
This is my number one favorite
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I don't really know how to explain it, but when I listen to this CD, I feel like it is in perfect harmony with my soul."
This CD will transport you to another place!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I read the previous reviewer say that this CD was in perfect harmony with his soul, I just had to grin and nod my head. I can put this CD on and close my eyes, and the lushness of the music just transports me to a place where I feel my spirit is alive and all my worries disappear. Even better is to listen to it with headphones, so you can hear the precise and magical elements of each musical instrument. This is a wonderfully arranged composition of music that embodies the very essence of the wilderness and nature."
Some of the catchiest guitar music out there!
Bill Binkelman, Wind and Wire | Minneapolis, MN United States | 11/04/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Scott Moulton composes and plays some of the catchiest and most enjoyable acoustic guitar-based ensemble music out there and this album is, to my ears, his best effort. There is a lightness to these songs that perfectly captures the feeling of being outdoors in much the same way that Craig Chaquico's earliest music does, too. But, unlike Chaquico's abundant use of keyboards and more "oomph" to his guitar, Moulton's music is more "rural" in feel (but is never country-sounding). The uptempo numbers are perfect for "top-down" cruising down two-lane highways and even the relatively softer songs are not in the least bit "new agey." So, if you're looking for a "feel good" CD that never strays into "too sugary" territory and that features some real spirited acoustic guitar work, along with some top notch ensemble playing from guest musicians, this is one album to grab ahold of."