CD Duration: 65.48 / Year: 2015
September 2015 release at the Roland Atelier AT900 and Yamaha Tyros 5.
All Tracks In Sequence and suitable for Ballroom Dancing [IS/ST].[Swing] Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days Of Summer
[Swing] Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
[Saunter] September Song
[Saunter] Red and White
[Jive] Burning Bridges
[Jive] True Blue
[Rhumba] Give Me A Sign
[Rhumba] Pie Jesu / Time To Say Goodbye
[Quickstep] Somebody Loves Me
[Quickstep] Beyond the Blue Horizon / A Fine Romance
[Foxtrot] Moonlight In Vermont
[Cha Cha] That’s Livin’ Alright / I Could Be So Good For You
[Cha Cha] Material Girl
[Waltz] I Know Him So Well
[Waltz] You Raise Me Up
[Tango] The Final Countdown
[Tango] Tell Me I’m Forgiven
[Gavotte] Merry and Bright.
Organ and Keyboard Cavalcade Review by Ian King
We have a hi-tech duo of keyboards on this CD with a Roland Atelier AT900 and Yamaha Tyros 5. The tracks are mostly individual songs on this one too, which makes a change and with two super instruments, there’s no lack of sounds to choose from. There are a few pretty piano leads complete with flourishes including lovely versions of “September Song” and “Give Me A Sign”. Other highlights include, “Burning Bridges”, “That’s Livin’ Alright / I Could Be So Good For You”, “Material Girl”, “You Raise Me Up” and “The Final Countdown”.
As far as I can see, this is David’s fiftieth CD on the Maestro label, although I could be wrong and it could just be the fiftieth CD we’ve stocked. Either way it’s a pretty good output for a twenty year period.
Review by Ian King from Organ and Keyboard Cavalcade Magazine.