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Songs from Home

Craig Peyton

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Songs from Home is a welcome return to the studio for Craig Peyton, consummate producer/multi-instrumentalist whose stint with Latitude foretold of contemporary instrumental music in the '90s. The 11 tunes heard on this new effort casually bridge a variety of jazzy styles, with a breezy feel throughout. Top session players like Mark Egan, Jeff Mironov and ex-Latitude mate Ben Verdery help out on a few pieces, but it is Peyton on vibes, marimba, cimbalom, percussion and the versatile Fairlight III that mold the sound. Funky tracks like "Malindi" fit nicely next to more spacious pieces like "Dreaming of Peace." The one vocal, "Tunnel of Light" is a hopeful, positive piece, sung by Keith Hart and Doriane Elliot over Mironov's fluid electric guitar. Peyton's upbeat style uses ethnic rhythms and occasional sounds from nature to fill out the pieces.

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Vibraphonist/percussionist Craig Peyton specializes in a style of new age music that includes flutes and reeds merged with exotic world rhythms and jazz. Peyton got his start as a member of the new age outfit Latitude, appearing on such releases as 1986's self-titled release, 1992's 40 Degrees North and Latitude One, plus 1996's Blue Curve. But Peyton quickly began doing double duty as a solo artist, issuing such titles as Emotional Velocity, Songs From Home, Tropical...
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