The Stick EWI Project- In The Moonlight CD • Michael Kollwitz

The Stick EWI Project- In The Moonlight CD

$15.00

2 longtime masters create unusually lush music on 2 unique instruments

Description

The 1970s was a formative period in music that saw the birth of two little-known American instruments- The Chapman Stick® and the Electronic Wind Instrument (aka EWI). Two longtime masters of these unique instruments have come together to create this lush blend of sonic pleasure guaranteed to whisk you away to exotic and unexplored ports of call. You won’t believe your ears. All songs were written by Michael Kollwitz & Walton Mendelson.

The album won a Silver Medal in the Instrumental category of the prestigious Global Music Awards and has already received considerable airplay on New Age and Instrumental programs worldwide.

12 tracks – total playing time – 52:46

  1. Pleasant Dreams
  2. Whispering
  3.  In The Moonlight
  4. Summer River Day
  5. Spinnakers Bay
  6. Missing You
  7. Kapalua
  8. Western Outpost
  9. If It Ain’t Baroque Don’t Fix It
  10. Lasting Love
  11. French Windshield
  12. Panama Heat

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS:

Winner: Silver Medal Award in the Instrumental category from the Global Music Awards

REVIEWS:

“A delightful, inspired, and completely one-of-a-kind release. It is an album filled with rock-solid material. “In The Moonlight” is destined to become one of 2020’s first New Age music hits.” – BT Fasmer, NewAgeMusic.guide

“Even for seasoned listeners, these will be unexplored musical horizons. Total mastery of their respective instruments makes the entire album a total winner.” – Dick Metcalf, ContemporaryFusion.com

“There have been a countless number of jazz recording sessions through the years, but, as far as I can tell, none have featured both The Chapman Stick® and the EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument). This recommended set is well worth checking out.” – Scott Yanow, jazz journalist/historian and author of 11 books including “Jazz On Record”

“Stunning mood modulations that invoke joy and whimsy, melancholy and somber reflection and the spectrum of emotions in between. Super sensuous.” – Jonathan Widran, TheJWVibe.com

Read all the above reviews in their entirety at:  https://www.michaelkollwitz.com/category/reviews/