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The One I Waited For

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The Way Home
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First Love
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Sandcastles
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Solitude
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Wedding Day
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After the Storm
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Sailing
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Lullabye for Alexa
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Captiva Nights
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By the Fire
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The One I Waited For
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 46:01

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Michael's Magic!!!

Kilks

From its first track down to the last, you will deeply fall in love with Mr. Dulin's beautiful piano melodies...melodies which are heartfelt, serene and above all magical. The one's I love most is: "First Love" - very simple and elegant - it's just like proposing to your fiancé. A must have to your CD/MP3 library!!!

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They Say All Music Guide

Michael Dulin’s piano compositions will be immediately embraced by fans of George Winston and of new age music in general; however, where Winston and his ilk tend to play in a discursive and semi-improvisational style, Dulin is more of a deliberate composer, and his best pieces are those that are most clearly structured and carefully thought out. His first solo release on his Equity Digital label demonstrates those strengths admirably: “Way Home” and “First Love,” the two pieces that open the album, are both deceptively simple-sounding and thoroughly lovely; “Sailing” and the exquisite “Lullabye for Alexa” offer a similar blend of straightforwardness, grace, and subtle complexity. “Sandcastles” finds Dulin indulging himself just a bit more, rambling at length and rather aimlessly over a more static and less interesting chord progression. Other tracks on the album split the difference between those two approaches, but none of them is less than pretty, and several are downright gorgeous. Highly recommended to any fan of contemporary piano music. – Rick Anderson

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