Collection includes all studio albums at the moment: Alf (1984); Raindancing (1987); Hoodoo (1991) EU and Japanese press; Essex (1994); Hometime (2002); Voice (2004); The Turn (2007); The Minutes (2013)
Bernward Koch is a German composer, pianist and keyboardist. Additionally he plays percussion, bass, and guitar. His music mainly evokes a soothing and calming style, with a clearly recognizable melody from the piano, enriched with keyboards, flute, guitar,and percussion. His first release, 1989's Flowing, was successful, especially in the USA (and Asia),and achieved top positions on the Billboard New Age Chart. His tracks contributed to several US-Aids-benefit compilations among others together with Sting, Bonnie Raitt, Al Jarreau, Ottmar Liebert, Dave Grusin, Dave Stewart.
Collection includes: Simple Things (2001, US Bonus tracks Edition), When It Falls (2004, US), The Garden (2006 US and Japanese Edition) and Yeah Ghost (2009, US).
Walking With Ghosts (2002). Universally regarded as one of David Wright’s finest albums, the highly acclaimed “Walking With Ghosts” is full of beautiful themes, emotive atmosphere and poignant, memorable melodies. The input of guest musicians on guitars, violin and percussion has enabled the composer to realize his ultimate musical vision, transporting the listener on an unforgettable musical journey of sound and emotion. A variety of styles fuse together in a wholly satisfactory way presenting one seamless organic soundtrack that recalls epics like Tubular Bells. This is a fantasy excursion of epic proportions, a masterful combination of power and gentle beauty, creating musical vistas on an immense scale that fully justifies the critical acclaim…
Organic is the fifteenth studio album by Joe Cocker, released on October 14th, 1996 in the UK. The album sees Cocker return to his musical roots with a remarkable collection of new recordings of some of his own classics, including "You Are So Beautiful", "Delta Lady" and "Many Rivers To Cross" coupled with fresh interpretations of Van Morrison's "Into The Mystic", Bob Dylan's "Dignity" and Stevie Wonder's "You And I". The Organic sessions were guided by producer Don Was and include performances from such legendary musicians as Jim Keltner, Billy Preston, Chris Stainton, Dean Parks and Randy Newman.