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Album Review

The sweeping, piano-driven sounds of David Lanz approach the 20-year mark on Finding Paradise, his 2002 release. With his usual sentimental arrangements and crew of session musicians, this is exactly what one would expect from a David Lanz album. This could have been made in 1987 or in 1995 — it has the timeless sound of smooth jazz and new age that has become a favorite of waiting rooms and grocery stores around the country. Lanz is an acquired taste, but fans of the Kenny G/Najee school of music should find this to be a fine addition to their collections.

Customer Reviews

Excellent

Music is excellent. Relaxing. Recording done well.

Drift away to Paradise

My favorite song on this album is "Lost in Paradise" because it sort of sounds like an ending to a romantic movie. I love all of David Lanz's songs and totally recommend this well recorded work.

mistake?

I LOVE David Lanz's work!!! there is just one small problem I see on here for any apple people looking for them. When i sample Romantica, Tears for Alice plays. I don't know why.

Biography

Born: June 28, 1950 in Seattle, WA

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most popular artists in the solo instrumental and adult alternative spheres, Lanz played in several rock bands during his teens, then began developing his style as a solo pianist in a small Seattle nightclub. He introduced some of his originals into the bar's required mix of standards and pop tunes, receiving such a positive response from patrons that, before long, he was playing his own material almost exclusively. His early albums of solo piano works are still among the Narada label's...
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