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article imageReview: Paul Cardall and Stone Angel release 'Sunday' compilation album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 22, 2018 in Music
Paul Cardall and his label, Stone Angel Music, are celebrating its 20-year anniversary with the inspirational album "Sunday."
It opens on a calming note with Jason Lyle Black's "Communion," and it is followed by "Requiem III: Finale," and the gorgeous "Be Thou My Vision." Paul Cardall delivers on "Redeemer" and it continues with the beautiful piano playing in "For Those We Love" and Ryan Tilby's "O My Father."
Aside from re-releases of Stone Angel songs, the CD included a new original tune, "Afternoon Rain," which was composed by Cardall.
Most impressive about Cardall is that each week there are over 25 million listeners that tune in on such digital platforms as Spotify, iTunes, and Pandora, to listen to his music, as well as to the music of other artists on Stone Angel Music.
After "Claire De Lune," the collection closes on a fitting note with "Evening Prayer" and "God Be with You Til We Meet Again," which features Jake White and Paul Cardall.
Sunday is available on iTunes. This album is recommended for anybody who is a fan of New Age, soft rock, classical, easy listening or adult contemporary music. Paul Cardall never disappoints. This musical project Sunday is superb from start to finish. It definitely helps create an environment of peace, love, and serenity through its stunning musical compositions. Sunday garners an A rating.
To learn more about pianist and composer Paul Cardall, check out his official website.
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