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Walking To You
By Rachel Currea
Label: Rachel Currea Music, Inc.
Released 7/16/2015
Walking To You tracks
1. Walking to You
2. Song Without Words
3. Sarah's Dance
4. Abundance of the Heart
5. Evening Joys
6. Forever
7. Reconciliations
8. Hear Me Now
9. It'll Be OK
10. Once Upon a Time
11. The Crossing
12. Waltz in E Minor
13. Night Butterflies
14. Celestial Dreams
15. Starlight Lullaby
16. Hymn to the Holy Spirit
Prolific Music That Delivers
Rachel Currea is an accomplished pianist. A passion for playing her chosen instrument began at the age of 11 and it has not diminished since. Luckily for all of us appreciative listeners, she continued down a path that led to musical creations. As many people on this good earth, the artist suffered a tragedy and through that came out stronger on the other side to bring healing music to all of those that seek it.

Walking To You has 16 picturesque tracks, a literal canvas of musical beauty that you can absorb and process into something positive and refreshing.

To pick just a few tracks as key listens as I normally do, became more difficult the more I heard this album. Every track seems to flow into each other, intrinsically linked and tied to the other to completion then on to the next phase of musical diversity and development.

Walking to You represents a beautiful butterfly emerging from a cocoon, or a morning flower opening to the new day sun. Everything about this music, at least for these ears, is a renewal of the soul, feeling at peace and one with my surroundings. In normal every day circumstances I find that awfully difficult to achieve.

The music needs to be simplistic, something that goes straight to your auditory senses and translates to your life experiences, feelings and emotions. So basically, what Rachel does is just that by providing simplistic yet appealing music that feels like a load just melted off your back and made you light and carefree. With the passing of time I am beginning to realize that music such as this is heaven sent, a gift from a higher power into the fingers of the artist.

Stressed? Overworked and tired? This is the exact prescription to change those feelings, a pause that refreshes, and I do not mean coffee or a soft drink, this is art in motion. A young lady named Rachel Currea lays her heart on the line for all to see. I like what I translated through her music. This stunning combination of contemporary, new age and classical music merge to give nothing but pleasure and all you must do is listen. One woman, a piano, and some good melodies and pace changes is what makes this album so good. It is like watching a ballet in your mind’s eye as the dancers change and move to all the music. Prolific music brings thoughts and feelings on the same level.

Give it a listen and see for yourself.

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Keith “MuzikMan” Hannaleck
November 5, 2016
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- reviewed by Keith MuzikMan Hannaleck on 11/5/2016
 
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