Ian Rushton | Spring Will Come Again

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Spring Will Come Again

by Ian Rushton

Relaxing, piano-based, emotive instrumentals from New Zealand, with guitars and percussion, backed by rich, lush orchestral arrangements. Perfect for unwinding at the end of a busy day.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Aotearoa
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2. Simply Divine (remix)
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3. Inward Bound
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4. Out At Sea (remix)
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5. All That You Need (remix)
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6. Erin's Theme (remix)
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7. A Tune For Taylor (remix)
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8. Melancholy (remix)
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9. Spring Will Come Again
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10. From Dusk 'til Dawn (remix)
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11. Godzone
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Another stunning instrumental offering from Ian Rushton; his 5th album since his debut release in December 2002. Rushton returns back to his melodic piano-based origins, this time featuring some fresh, vibrant new remixes and arrangements of older works and of course some exciting new material as well.

Guest artists:
Vaughn Fowler - acoustic guitar ("Melancholy")
Nick Crosby - electric lead guitar ("Inward Bound")
Ralph Zuener - drums ("Godzone")


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Dave Keir

A happy liaison of art and craft
Ian Has Written The Score To My Day-Job Commuting… "Yep, indeed. There’s many an evening I drive off into the sunset from the damned day-job with Ian’s music in the CD player unfurrowing my brow and providing optimism for my evening ahead …and confirmation that the world of independent music-making is a fine place to be. Ha! There’s something cleansing about Ian’s music! From Dusk To Dawn is a favourite takes me to another place. And Simply Devine has an open-hearted romanticism that is kept far, far from any hint of sentimentality or schmalz by razor-sharp guitar work. My own penchant for harmonic treats often causes me to smile at the smartly pointed chord voicings and modulations. Production-wise, this issue is up with the very, very best. A happy liaison of art and craft.

Simon Sweetman, NZ Musician Magazine, Oct/Nov 2006

There is no question that Rushton can play and has orchestrated and arranged som
This a return to Rushton's piano-based instrumental style of earlier albums "All That You Need" and "Something To Live By". There is no question that Rushton can play and has orchestrated and arranged some fine ambient background music here. I imagine this to be a sought after release for nail clinics, masseuses, physiotherapists and acupunturists - or for doctors' and dentists' waiting rooms. And I'm not suggesting that with any cynacism or sarcasm. Rushton's music is reminiscent of the Phil Coulter school of piano, or Jean Michel Jarre's early 1990's work, where he eshewed the synths for a gentler; more melodic, straight piano aproach. But Michael Nyman or Philip Glass this is not! "Spring..." is his fifth album release since December 2002 and with two further albums apparently planned this year, it might well be an idea for Ian Rushton to slow down, change course somewhat and branch out into collaboration. I could see him making a fine musical director or arranger for a talented young diva.