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Love Songs

by Jim Gibson

Easy, flowing, melodic improvisations on great melodies--all about love.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. All I Ask of You (from 'Phantom of the Opera')
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2. More
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3. Love Me Tender
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4. I Love You Truly
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5. The Very Thought of You
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6. Besame Mucho
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7. Somewhere My Love
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8. You Needed Me
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9. Secret Love
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10. Close to You
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11. On the Street Where You Live
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12. Let Me Call You Sweetheart
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Album Notes
Surely more songs have been written about love than any other subject--and this recording presents twelve of the best, most melodic, in Jim Gibson's unique style.

Jim's approach to recording his Hickory Cove Music albums is always the same--to spend hours in the recording studio working with each song until "something interesting happens." There are no written arrangements, no preconceived plans--he just works with each song until an idea develops. (This, of course, results in a lot of wasted studio time . . . but it's worth it when one of the arrangements takes shape and "works.")

Jim Gibson's mother was his first piano teacher--he started five-minute piano lessons at the age of four, and though he has two degrees in English, he's earned his living as a pianist--mostly in Atlanta, GA--for over thirty years.

It's probably the "cross-fertilization" from Jim's classical background and his years playing jazz and commercial piano that enable him to create these very pleasing and relaxing arrangements.


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