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Album Review

With seven releases now available, the prolific Gary Lamb has shown himself to be a sensitive composer and pianist, sometimes in a solo setting and sometimes, as on his latest Love Themes, with his own state-of-the-art orchestration. The idea behind this new album was to describe the many different aspects or themes of love, and he succeeds in bringing to mind childhood hopes and dreams, love of nature, and quiet, tender moments. This beautiful, heartfelt statement provides special listening moments, and is sure to find a place in your heart. Whether cradling a sleeping baby, sharing time with friends or enjoying the majestic colors of the early evening sky, Gary Lamb's intimate music will enhance your pleasure. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats, Rovi

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Lamb's music is exemplary of his early musical interests. The Northern California native grew up listening to R&B and was playing drums in Bay Area rock bands before the age of 20. Along the way, he dabbled in piano and actually took some time off from the club scene to concentrate on building his chops on that instrument. He recorded a couple of solo piano albums in the mid-'80s, eventually adding electronic keyboards to the mix on his 1989 release Watching the Night Fall, his first album to get...
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