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Album Review: Sapphire (single)
Al Jewer and Andy Mitran and Hans Christian
Cover image of the album Sapphire (single) by Al Jewer and Andy Mitran and Hans Christian
Sapphire (single)
Al Jewer and Andy Mitran and Hans Christian
2024 / Twotrees Innerworld
5 minutes
Review by Kathy Parsons
"Sapphire" is the fifth single in the "Precious Stones Series" by Al Jewer (flutes) and Andy Mitran (synths) along with cellist Hans Christian. Quoting their promotional material: "'Sapphire' is a dreamy tapestry of flutes and cellos set in a bed of soothing synth pads and patterns that evoke calm, dreamy and peaceful images. A layered exploration like a wakeful dream." And that is, indeed, a very accurate description of this very smooth and hypnotic piece! Who couldn't use a gentle mind massage from time to time (or more often!)?!?! More ambient than melodic, the cello, flutes and synths float around and weave within each other, creating a rich listening experience with full attention or very easy-going background music that will make you feel better either way.

"Sapphire" can be downloaded or streamed on Amazon, Bandcamp and Apple Music/iTunes. It can also be streamed on Spotify and Pandora. Be sure to give it a listen!
February 12, 2024
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