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Daydreamer (US Import) von Ryan Farish (Audio CD - 2002)
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Audio CD (April 20, 2004)
Original Release Date: April 20, 2004
01. Sunshine in the Rain
02. Sea of You
03. Chasing the Sun
05. Carried by the Wind
06. Indian Summer
07. Letting Go (Interlude)
08. Full Sail
09. Secret Garden
12. Holding Faith
A title that doesn't lie, February 2, 2007
Reviewer: R. Radomski (drums, pa)
If you don't own a Ryan Farish disc yet, this is the one to start with.
From first track to last, it's absolutely BEAUTIFUL. An instant classic.
I first heard his music when watching the local forcast on the Weather Channel back in early 2004 and although I wasn't familiar with who it was at the tiem, I was shocked to hear the same melodies when I heard the songs on thsi CD. Being turned on by the beautiful album cover, I gave it a try and WOW! This is an absolutely gorgeous and elegant debut release. The CD is described as a mix of Yanni, Tangerine Dream, and Robert Miles. Overall, I describe this as closer to Robert Miles as opposed to the other two with the exception of "Letting Go" which has a very Yanni-esque feel but having a far more sophisticated and beauty that Yanni can only dream of. "Secret Garden" is arguably my favorite song on this release having a beautiful electronic beat and fast rhythm. I absolutely love this album and I highly recommend acquiring a copy of it as soon as possible!
truly Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, May 9, 2006
Reviewer: Abraham Tong "abtong" (Foster City, CA USA)
I love all kinds of instrumental/light music from Vangelis, Keiko Matsui, George Winston, Mehdi, Kitaro, and so on. When I first got Ryan Rarish's "Beautiful" it was ok but the more I listen to it, the more I love it! All tracks on this album are great, I particularly like Track#13 "Everlasting".
Great Listening, February 16, 2007
Reviewer: Maxedwell (St. Louis)
Nice music. Smooth and soothing. The kind you can pop into your CD player by the bed and set the timer. New age style without weird techno-funk sync stuff.
Very good artist, November 23, 2005
Reviewer: Robert Wolf "Wolfy Music" (Evansville, IN)
I along with many of you have discovered this artist thru The Weather Channel and their great music backgrounds.
My personal favorite is "Sunshine in the Rain" I love all the little nuances of simple notes and background melodys.
However, saying that, I will say that the only downside (if there is one) is that most all of Ryan's music seems to sound the same, the variety of style is not present as it is in artist such as Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Synergy, or even, ah hem... Robert Wolf.
Yes, I too have been guilty of favoring a certain keyboard or sound on that keyboard and put it into other songs, so I can't really blame Ryan for doing that, It all sounds good, we just have to be careful about monotony.
Even so, I think this is an artist well worth listening to and I expect room to grow and more good things to come from such a young musician. I highly recommend it.
Not cutting edge, but who cares?, September 26, 2005
Reviewer: Catfish (Stillwater, OK USA)
Some reviewers have looked down their noses at Mr. Farish's efforts, hinting rather stuffily that his music has less worth than other music because it is simple. To them I say, quit being snobs and loosen up. To be sure, a lot of the piano work sounds like one could tap it out with one finger. However, the point is...these songs are unique to Mr. Farish. The reviewers sure haven't put out any CDs. This music is nice to listen to and sure is relaxing. I put it on at work and by George, I like it. I am also buying his second CD.
Beautiful, August 10, 2005
Reviewer: P. Stanley
First time buyer of Farish music. I like it and play it often. I also purchased at the same time, "From the Sky," love it as well. Hope to see more work from this artist.