The second HipPocket label was three-fourths white with black printing. In the meantime, vinyl sales sites will be the only place to get it. I really do love this music! It's now owned by Sony Music Entertainment, but hasn't released anything new since 2007, only re-issues and compilations. I have been compiling a list of the Windham Hill family for years now and collecting the music. Can you describe the cover photo? Alas, the releases became so much repackaging as the label attempted to milk every last ounce of blood from a dying genre and I realized that the talent had moved on and there would be no more music like the early years. They started reissuing albums without the C-, but otherwise using the same catalog numbers.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Others I got to see over the years, Alex De Grassi, Ira Stein and Russel Walder, Montreaux, Malcolm Dalglish, George Winston, Scott Cossu, Shadowfax, Michael Manring, Mark Isham, and of course, Will Akerman. However, you should check out high-res issues from Windham Hill artists. Jon Brink John, Nice site you have here. This book features a sampling of ten popular Windham Hill recording artists, including: Philip Aaberg, Scott Cossu, Malcolm Dalglish, Barbara Higbie, Triona Ni Dhomhnaill, Bill Quist, Fred Simon, Ira Stein, Liz Story, and Tim Story. Like many others here I always wondered about those missing numbers. Hi Dan, Thanks for taking a look at the site.
I have to correct this. It was founded by guitarist and Anne Robinson née McGilvray in 1976 and was popular in the 1980s and 1990s. Manufactured in cooperation with Windham Hills Records. Just send them to us via. Many of the original albums were mastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs.
It is intended exclusively for the individuals and entities to which it is addressed. They had so many great artists, many of whom where at their top game in the 1985-1987 era, and this sampler attests to that. The collection immediately kicks off into overdrive with the 6 + min. The disc was a winter setting. We have no association with Windham Hill Records. It is from an old video, but it is great to see and hear her play.
It was founded in 1976 by guitarist William Ackerman another phenomenal musician! The Windham Hill Records Discography. Both Eugene Friesen and Paul Halley play on this album. I also have many books that I enjoy more than this one. I has one song on it that has a lot of memories tied to it. It does have a fairly early copyright date, though, for a compilation. I have spent the last few years searching for music that I can play whenever I study.
Perhaps another Pastels release German Windham Hill outlet from the early eighties. I like what Music Matters did with their Blue Note series, or the Classic Records reissues. The music turned out to be as great as the cover. Dancing Cat remains an independent label under. Glad to see someone mentioning the Windham Hill video releases…. A few years later I was living in Denver and a good friend was a cameraman at the local Boulder public television station and filmed the Darol Anger, Barbara Higbie and Alex De Grassi concert. Several artists from the jazz label produced albums on the parent label Andy Narell, Ray Obiedo, etc at this time.
Shipping cost for this item will be calculated based on it's final destination, either Domestic or International. The Windham Hill label has come to mean high quality music and is one of the dominant labels in my New Age collection. Anyone know how to contact Dawn Atkinson so we can clear this up? While it definitely supports the notion of Will Ackerman using high quality pressings, it also points to the fact that most people who gravitated towards the Windham Hill catalog of material generally took better care of their stuff. I liked the story of the audiophile find in Arizona. Some of my other favorites, like Philip Aaberg, and Alex De Grassi, I came to later. Thank you so much Hello, I have opened a music group in Facebook featuring the music of Windham Hill Artists among others. But, it makes for nice relaxing music as well.
Philip Aaberg, Liz Story, Ira Stein and Russel Walder have all put out amazing albums on other labels. For me, it was the book I picked up when I started playing again after 20 years. Jim Brickman of course comes to mind here. So tell, where can I buy this album? It was a powerful recording, and would like to find it! I apologize if this is a repost. Shipping cost for this item will be calculated based on it's final destination, either Domestic or International. In long boxes no less! Its nice and pensive, among other things. Do you usually like this style of music? I wish there was a way to do this for his fans.
Back to the Back to the Back to the. The roster included acoustic guitarists , , , and. As far as the music quality this is one of my favorite all time music pieces. Of course most of the artists are still performing and recording in one way or another. Existing Accounts New Accounts Most of the songs in this book are on the easier side.