Dream of Miles

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Alexander
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From the album "Something Like Jazz". A muted trumpet with a jazz feel plays over a dance/hip hop beat. I like to dance to it. Maybe I'll do a longer remix...

Pat Matthews
Something Like Jazz
I don't understand why this musician isn't on the top of all lists. His music is some peaceful, magical, and seductive. I am the daughter of a musician who played with the Big Bands and I know they never sounded this good. This music absolutely takes you into Dreamland to experience all the good emotions of being a human and to appreciate all the great arts that we have in our world. Love it. Patty-Gae

new visions

21st Century music

nature - human and otherwise

pondering universal energy as it appears through musical instruments

the strength of beauty

the boredom of brutality

the creating dance of love

I now have the new music player on the home page and you can hear complete songs from all the albums and singles. Just click on the CD covers to bring up the song lists.

Also check out the video page as I have added many live in studio vocal videos as well as nature videos for the instrumental songs.

'Global Blending' is getting thousands of listens on Spotify and is fortunately creating downloads. Thanks a lot!

My most recent album is "Quiet Times". An instrumental collection in the style of "Moonlight On Water" and Dreams of Sedona", Give it a listen.

And definitely check out the video "Storm Coming" on the video page. I've been doing a lot of time lapse photography this year and this has some breathtaking images of the monsoon season here in Sedona AZ.

 

where to purchase the music

Aside from the link in the music player below to CDBaby.com where you can purchase CD or download, you can also buy either CD or download from

Amazon.com.

And download only from:

iTunes

Spotify - Napster - Rhapsody - EMusic - MediaNet

and many others. Check your favorite site!

   

A feeling for music

I don't know whether I spoke first or sang first as a little boy. My earliest memories have a soundtrack. I wrote my first songs before I could play an instrument.

When I started playing piano, then guitar, I wanted, more than learning note for note the songs I'd loved, to create what I'd never heard before.

Certainly many songs come out sounding like one genre or another, but many also didn't fit neatly into any category. I called my first label "No Categories", but decided I didn't want to have my label say "no".

Now it's "Futurewave", but in the present, whenever I pick up a guitar or sit at the keyboard, the wonder and mystery of where music comes from is always there.

And it's always fresh. Reaching onto the future.

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