Category Archives: Classical

  1. Owen issued several albums throughout the '80s on his own Ivory Records label, including such titles as 's Soliloquy, 's Euphonia, Montage, and Carols, 's Themes in Search of a Movie, 's Boogie Woogie Rhythm and Blues, 's Heart Crossings, and 's Night Rhythms, the latter of which peaked at number five on the Gavin Report's adult alternative chart.
  2. Heart Crossings, by Sandy Owen, is a collection of beautiful musical numbers that have the ability to let ones' "inner child" find peace and serenity. As an Alaskan, I have been in a canoe, on a placid lake in the "bush", at 3 A.M. in the month of June.5/5(3).
  3. This double CD from pianist Sandy Owen is incredible! "One Late Hour With a Steinway" was recorded in a single, continuous take one night, and is unedited. Quiet, introspective, and exceptionally intimate, this album is a portrait of an artist in the midst of a particularly creative and inspired hour/5(6).
  4. Best New Music. Launched in , Best New Music is Pitchfork’s way of highlighting the finest music of the current diodinhensperverobucatabliricep.xyzinfog: Heart Crossings.
  5. Heartily agree with the other reviewers. 5 stars for Sandy Owen’s Carols. Have the vinyl of this but have wanted a cd since I don’t have a functional vinyl record player any longer. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Pbiker.5/5(5).

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