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Safe Journey

Steve Tibbetts

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1
Test
Steve Tibbetts
6:17
2
Climbing
Steve Tibbetts
3:56
3
Running
Steve Tibbetts
2:56
4
Night Again
Steve Tibbetts
6:58
5
My Last Chance
Steve Tibbetts
3:55
6
Vision
Steve Tibbetts
5:20
7
Any Minute
Steve Tibbetts
3:57
8
Mission
Steve Tibbetts
4:10
9
Burning Up
Steve Tibbetts
3:08
10
Going Somewhere
Steve Tibbetts
10:30
Total Playing Time    51:07
"If the concept of “world music” has established itself in recent years, then Steve Tibbetts must be included in the list of pioneers. This is his fourth album, and it would be hard to imagine a more adventurously eclectic record.

... If the album has a flaw, it is that some of the pieces are too brief – they end just as you are being drawn into them. But, overall, Tibbetts’ music has a persuasive charm that grows on one with repeated listenings. It encourages you to listen and hear in new ways, and that is one of the best things any music can do." -Downbeat
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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