February 28, 2021

Now featuring the amazing Michele McLaughlin!

We are thrilled to be featuring Contemporary Solo Pianist & Composer, Michele McLaughlin. Her newest album “Sketches” is our featured album for the month of March.

“Sketches” is a fully improvised solo piano album. Several of the songs were completely improvised during the recording process for this album and several were inspired by Michele’s “Monday Morning Improvisations” series on YouTube.

Michele says of this album, “This was a very challenging album project for me and it was a lot of fun improvising and writing songs on the fly for this album. It was also fun to relearn some of the previous improvisations and let those evolve during recording. I hope you enjoy the music on this album as it comes from my inner well of creativity and straight from the heart.”

Michele’s “Monday Morning Improvisations” series is a collection of improvs that are recorded “first try, first take”, where she records and releases an improvisation on the spot every week. The entire collection of “Monday Morning Improvisations” can be found on the Michele McLaughlin YouTube channel.

Be sure to check out her featured video as well as her entire playlist of videos here on Youtube!

SONG CREDITS:

At First Sight - (inspired by Improvisation #1)

Hope - (improvised and created during recording)

One Life - (inspired by Improvisation #15)

Waiting - (improvised and created during recording)

The Traveler - (improvised and created during recording)

Farewell Little Love - (inspired by Improvisation #75)

Forever Yours - (improvised and created during recording)

The Right Choice - (inspired by Improvisation #8)

The Long Night - (inspired by Improvisation #76)

Relief - (improvised and created during recording)

Home At Last - (inspired by Improvisation #68)

Lost - (inspired by Improvisation #28)

Unshakeable - (inspired by Improvisation #25)

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