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    Posted: 04 Apr 2017 at 2:56pm
For Immediate Release

New Age Legend Will Ackerman's Returning: Pieces for Guitar 1970-2004 To Be Released For The First Time on 180g Vinyl!

Universally recognized as the preeminent pioneer in the new age music movement and the founder of Windham Hill Records.

Camarillo, CA - Will Ackerman's 2005 Grammy award winning recording, Returning: Pieces for Guitar 1970-2004 is being released for the first time on 180g vinyl by Marshall Blonstein's Audio Fidelity. In 2004, after years of growth and introspection, Ackerman re-recorded an album of his best-known songs. A greatest hits collection of all new performances. Will's goal was to take a series of 11 favorite songs and record them for posterity in a way that reflects the emotional nuances, precision, and maturing beauty they've picked up along the road.

Will spoke at the time of the recording about why he wanted to make the album. “Today I'm recording in my own Imaginary Road Studios in Windham County, Vermont on utterly state of the art digital equipment. It all brings me closer to what I hear as I sit alone and play; touching the sound as it literally moves through my body as well as my ears. I guess I am trying to find a sound that lets you hear what I hear.”

He includes the graceful and lushly melodic “The Bricklayer's Beautiful Daughter,” the sweet and melancholy “Anne's Song” (inspired by working with fellow genre legends Alex de Grassi and Michael Hedges), and two peaceful early gems from 1970, “Pictures” and “Barbara's Song.” Some were written as celebrations (“Unconditional”), others as elegies (“The Impending Death of the Virgin Spirit”), but all are intricate snapshots of a vastly influential musical life that keeps inventive to this day.

Side 1
Bricklayer's Beautiful Daughter
Anne's Song
The Impending Death of the Virgin Spirit
Pictures
Hawk Circle
Side 2
Barbara's Song
Unconditional
Visiting
Processional
In a Region of Clouds
Last Day at the Beach

Produced by Will Ackerman
Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

For more information: www.audiofidelty.net

Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158, [email protected]
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