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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

13 Ratings

13 Ratings

It only gets better

Zippiti,

I've been a fan of Philip Wesley for about 6 years now, he being the first to expose me to the solo piano realm. Enriched with deep tones and melodies his style and play speaks to the soul and will pull on your heart. He's an inspiration to me and much of my own apprenticed piano playing has been influenced by his works. It's been a joy and privilege learning and loving his work and now all the more expectant to hear and embrace his new album "Above Cloud Nine".

Fantastic

ThePhilipWhitmarsh,

Philip Wesley never fails to write incredible pieces! Very excited for the album to come out

Another Brilliant Album

Your moms milk man,

Another brilliant album from a brilliant composer. Phillip is such a unique composer, his music always has amazing depth, almost like you are listening to a story. “It’s Always Been You” is my favorite song on the album right now, but this is a great piece that I highly recommend.

About Philip Wesley

Philip Wesley is a composer and keyboardist who specializes in tender solo piano pieces. His recordings have appeared on various new age streaming and sales charts. Wesley began pursuing music as a profession at the age of 20, and self-released his first LP, Finding Solace, in 2002. Several albums followed on Autumn Music, beginning with 2004's In a Lifetime and 2005's Comfort and Joy, his first album of Christmas music. He returned in 2008 with Dark Night of the Soul, an LP written in the aftermath of divorce that would eventually land on the Billboard New Age Catalog Albums chart. He followed his next record, 2012's Hope Endures, with the collection Heart to Hands: Solo Piano Retrospective, 2002-2012 later the same year.

Transcend addressed the theme of overcoming obstacles. It arrived on Autumn Music in 2014. Two years later, Beyond Cloud Nine became his first release to feature instruments alongside the piano. String arrangements and a more hopeful tone in his songwriting helped create the album's intentionally romantic atmosphere. ~ Marcy Donelson

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