Magic of the Panpipes

Magic of the Panpipes

 

altArtist: Jorge Rico

Rating: 1 out of 10


I picked this CD up at a “tranquility in music” display in a local spa.I find the sounds produced by wooden pipes (such as panpipes) to be very beautiful and I figured I couldn’t lose with this album.I really wanted to like this album, but unfortunately, while the panpipe music was indeed talented and melodious, the generic Casio keyboard background music that accompanied it ruined the entire album for me.Each song is a rendition of another work from another genre, such as Stevie Wonder’s Ebony and Ivory.Some of the tracks worked well on the pipes (background music aside), but some didn’t work well at all.All in all, I’m extremely disappointed with this album and can imagine only minimal use -if any- for it in a D&D game.

 

1. The Lonely Shepherd
2. Ebony and Ivory
3. Let it Be
4. Mull of Kintyre
5. Morning Has Broken
6. Hero
7. Don't Cry For Me Argentina
8. Imagine
9. Time After Time
10. The Wind Beneath My Wings
11. Autumn Leaves
12. Unchained Melody
13. Daniel
14. El Condor Pasa
15. I Will Always Love You
16. Sailing