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A Thousand Years

Stanton Lanier

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Good, not great.

Lanier's work nicely blends classics with hymns. It displays far more musicality than most 3-chord "new age" or "contemporary" musicians do, and certainly Lanier shows technical mastery of the piano rather than simply the ability to digitally edit. As a classical pianist I enjoy hearing the sounds of the pedaling and the hammers falling. If you can stand listening to Jon Tesch then you'll like Stanton Lanier. At times the melodies seem forced or trite, but it's a very listenable album, unless you're a super music snob. If this rating system allowed half stars it would be 3.5 This album didn't wow me, nor did it launch me into a tirade on the overly simplistic drivel that seems the limit of most modern pianists in this genre. Compare to Chris Rice's "The Living Room Sessions," only less "hymny."

A Thousand Years, Stanton Lanier
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