Charles Timberlake - Wings Of An Eagle

Tuesday 5th March 2002
Charles Timberlake - Wings Of An Eagle
Charles Timberlake - Wings Of An Eagle

STYLE: Ambient/Meditational
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 4590-4679
LABEL:
FORMAT: CD Album
RRP: £10.99

Reviewed by Trevor Kirk

What sets this album apart from the usual sort of piano stuff that is released (or sometimes escapes), is firstly that this is not dull and dismal worship without words (ie, boring instrumental versions of well known pieces), and secondly, that it is all Charles' own work; every track on this nicely presented CD is an original composition. "The Eleventh Of September" is Charles' reaction to the events in the USA on that dreadful day; and each of the other seven tracks have the same lyrical quality that brings relaxation, meditation, contemplation or whatever you need to help you find peace when you need it. Impeccably played, properly produced and mastered (at ICC Studios, where else?), and definitely recommended.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Won't You Say That You Love Me [Listen]
2. Let Him Know [Listen]
3. Island Of Dreams [Listen]
4. The Eleventh Of September [Listen]
5. Wings Of An Eagle [Listen]
6. The Homecoming [Listen]
7. The Final Sacrifice [Listen]
8. Together Again [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by jan Knight in Scotland @ 12:42 on Jun 15 2008

I was blown away, with your music, this morning, on the Radio. It is my intension to purchase some CD's
This kind of music, can help to put you on a high, and relax your mind, and help all sorts of people.
Well done.
Jan Knight



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