New 17 track solo piano album – Now Available!
Artist: Steven Cravis
Release date: 3/14/2016
CD AND ALL SONG DOWNLOADS NOW AVAILABLE:
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Piano Performance: Steven Cravis
Music compositions by Steven Cravis except
Cloudwalker, composed by Micco Bonterra and Steven Cravis
Over the Rainbow, composed by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg
Children’s Crusade, composed by Sting
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Justin Lieberman at Studio Trilogy in San Francisco, CA
Mastering Engineer: Michael Romanowski at Coast Mastering in Berkeley, CA
Piano Technician: John Pfeifer
Portrait Photographer: Benson Choy
Thank you, Margaret Lee of http://www.ComfortableInOurSkin.org and Mark Stevens of Piano And All That Jazz for your friendship and creative input on several song titles; and to Sugar Cravis, Sasha Cravis, and Lauren Schwartz for encouraging me to create this album.
℗ & © 2016 Steven Cravis, All Rights Reserved.
Steven Cravis Music (BMI)
Testimonials and Reviews:
“I personally feel that this is one of the best solo piano albums I have heard in quite some time. Not only is it a positive uplifting album, but it’s also intriguing to listen to from a technical standpoint. Steven Cravis’ skills on the piano are incredible – not only in technique, but in expression and in tempos. His compositions are also very whimsical, melodic and very pleasant to listen to. I highly recommend this album!”
Pianist, Composer at JenniferThomasMusic.com
“Cravis is a brilliant composer who rarely releases a solo piano album… but when he does, it’s soooo worth the wait. Cloudwalker is full of energy and imagination – a pure delight to listen to.”
Pianist, Composer and founder of SoloPianoRadio.com
“It’s been six years since Steven Cravis’ last solo piano release, Healing Piano, so the release of his new Cloudwalker has been an anxiously-awaited event! And, yes, it was worth the wait! The seventeen tracks, fourteen of which are original, are often buoyant, sometimes more introspective, and always from the heart.”
Independent piano teacher and music reviewer at MainlyPiano.com