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3.90 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Fruit of the Spirit (3:17)
2. Walking in the Sunshine (4:47)
3. All My Heart (4:00)
4. I Am with You Always (4:31)
5. Autumn Breeze (2:17)
6. Over the Edge (3:52)
7. Through Love and Loss (2:37)
8. Rays of Hope (3:43)
9. All Our Dreams Will Come True (6:13)

Total Time 35:07

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Releases information

JAM Records - catalogue number JCD - 1017

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars US based workaholic multi-instrumentalist, composer and musician Jeremy has been an active guy for the last 20 years or so.

Rays of Hope is one of three albums I know about that Jeremy released in 2007, and on this one he has been looking towards the good book for inspiration - or the Bible if you prefer it in plain text. No worries for non-believers though, as this is an instrumental album from start to finish.

Uplifting piano melodies is the name of the game here, mostly freely flowing enjoyable tunes dominated by light tones and underscored by darker ones - music without aggression, concentrating on lighter melodies rather than dramatics and contrasts. The compositions are generally fascinating too, and although I can't really back this up on knowledge I get a feeling that classical symphonic music is a musical influence on these tunes just as much as regular pop music; perhaps even more. Good album if you're into this kind of music.

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