'Finding Tomorrow' is both peaceful and epic as it tastefully blends ambience with dramatic piano melodies and epic orchestral elements. The music can be described as haunting and beautiful, but it also tells a story of humanity's uncertain future combined with my hopefulness for it.
Ian Henderson did it again, this is great addition to Painted Water's series, which was done in various styles and influences from his previous albums and it's a noticeable difference between this volume and the preceding one - "What it is to love". Painted Water a.k.a Ian Henderson is the feature artist showcasing his wide-ranging Piano and mesmerizing original compositions. But this is by no means a one-person show. His new album is majestic and playful, music sweeps you into an intoxicating embrace of soothing rhythms. "Finding Tomorrow" is a sweetly melodious journey into peace with flutes, piano, orchestra, warm timpani, ambient textures and etc.
Ancient memories mingle with contemporary instrumentals as Painted Water invites you to a magical place where music awakens the soul and soothes the spirit. Listening to this album brings you to a place of renewed clarity and spiritual harmony.
The sound quality of this recording is beyond reproach. The dynamics and spatial imaging of the recording deserve special mention. This truly is a recording without fault: Over 60 minutes of timeless excellence in sound. Just listen, learn and enjoy.
If you enjoy artists such as Secret Garden, Loreena McKennitt, Enya, David Lanz, Phil Coulter, Yanni, classical, Celtic and other world music, or if you are intrigued by a musical adventure, Painted Water's extraordinary album "Finding Tomorrow" should be on your short list of future musical purchases.
- AMAdea Records, BULGARIA