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Higher Places
  • Artist: Michael Hall
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 827836008266
  • Item #: 1193287X
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1/1/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Higher Places on CD

Michael Hall has been playing the piano since he was five. His playing is imbued with a tenderness and love rarely heard. Hall currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he gives solo concerts in addition to playing in a local assisted living facility. You can also watch and listen to the 12 songs from my 'Way Over the Rainbow' performance on YouTube.com. Just go to YouTube and search for 'ngoldenheart' and you will find all of the songs. More important is the feedback from album listeners. It is very touching: 'Hall's heart shines through his fingers with every note. His great love and feel for the music truly lifts the listener to higher places.' 'I just listened to your piano album again, and it is so sweet and soothing that I went into deep contemplation.' 'Your heart does reach the keys... Listening to your playing, my shoulders drop, my body softens and my heart expands. What a gift of sharing.' 'My eight year old daughter listens to your CD before she goes to sleep each night.' 'I popped the CD in my car and cried after the first few notes of America the Beautiful. Your arrangement blew me away.' 'I listened to Higher Places and laughed and cried.'