Pianist Danny Wright Releases FULL OF LOVE
Today, WH Sound Studio Wright's independent record label in Las Vegas announced a special release of love songs by Pianist Danny Wright, titled FULL of LOVE. The double album of 20 all new and original solo piano tracks is timed for Valentine's Day gifting. The artist will discuss the album in a rare interview on UK-based One World Radio on 2/6/13 at 4 pm EST. (http://oneworldradio.org.uk/#)
Wright recently described how he goes about gathering inspiration for each song requested, saying, "Once someone sends me a paragraph about their loved one's personal story or their love story, I take some time to live with it. When it feels ready, I set aside time to meditate on the piece just before recording it in a very relaxed studio atmosphere. At that point, I feel that God takes over and the music simply flows through me until it seems peaceful and, somehow, complete. Some pieces are longer than others, and they vary quite a bit within the solo piano style. I feel really blessed and honored when people hear their song for the first time and call me, often in tears, saying that I truly captured the essence of their love story or beloved family member. On some occasions, they even order sheet music of the song to learn to play it for themselves."
Peter, a fan who recently connected with Wright to create a song for his wife, shared this feedback about his experience: "Words are very difficult to describe how I feel about the song 'My Guiding Light (Barb).' The best I can come up with is WOW. It's absolutely stunningly beautiful - somehow capturing the many beautiful, varied traits of Barb, a simply wonderful wife, Mom and friend to many. There is something very, very magical about this song...the way you have captured Barb's many different traits and woven them into a tapestry of her as a person, sends a very warm shiver up my spine. Every time I listen to the piece, I feel different facets of her, which add to the picture you have painted with the song. I often take a blank piece of paper and write down different words/things that came to mind as I listen to the song. It's fascinating! I feel very blessed to have met you and have this wonderful keepsake made in memory of my wife, Barb."