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A Winter's Solstice, Vol. 5


  • 1. Simple Birth, The
    2. First Nol, The - Thea Suits-Silverman/Tracy Silverman
    3. Light And Song
    4. Holly And The Ivy, The - Alex de Grassi
    5. Joy To The World
    6. Sussex Carol, The
    7. O Come Little Children/We'll Dress The House
    8. My Heart Is Always Moving
    9. Angels We Have Heard On High
    10. Shepherd's Rocking Carol - Philip Aaberg
    11. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen - Steve Erquiaga
    12. Snow In The Prairies - Torcuato Mariano
    13. Doo'iit'saa'da (Another Silent Night) - Douglas Spotted Eagle
    14. Poli'ahu- The Snow Goddess Of Mauna Kea - Keola Beamer - (featuring George Winston)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 11174

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Producers: Dawn Atkinson (tracks 1-2, 4-11, 13-14); Will Ackerman (track 3); Torcuato Mariano, Carlos de Andrade (track 12).
    Engineers: Stephen Hart (tracks 1-2, 9); Oliver DiCicco (tracks 4, 11); Corin Nelsen (track 3); Eddie King (track 5); Bob Stark (track 6); Rik Pekkonen (tracks 7, 10); Ulrich Gitschier (track 8); Torcuato Mariano (track 12); Douglas Spotted Eagle (track 13); Howard Johnston (track 14).
    Recording information: Betberg Church, Betberg, Schwartzwald, Germany; Different Fur Recording, San Francisco, CA; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA; Imaginary Road STudios, Windham County, VT; Kingsound Studios, North Hollywood, CA; L.A. East; Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA; Mother Sound Studios, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; Native Restoration Studio, Salt Lake City, UT; Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, CA; White Horse Studios, Portland, OR.
    Photographer: Terry Donnelly.
    In what has become a tired (albeit profitable) theme, the Windham Hill recording company offers A Winter's Solstice V. The performances are fine, as expected, and the overall mood is both quiet and reflective; however, one has to wonder how many Winter Solstice's one needs. ~ Robert Taylor

  • Critic Reviews
    Dirty Linen (4-5/96, p.83) - "...continues in the best Windam Hill spirit: soothing eclectic acoustic music from a variety of enchanting sources..."
    Jazziz (12/95, p.28) - "...every note is perfectly in place and every production value glitters like tinsel..."
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