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I thank you dear Ray. I really like the music of George Winston and listened to it this morning as I ate my breakfast.
I love it too, and I have that 12-inch LP here, as well as:-* December (1982)* Winter Into Spring (1982)* Ballads and Blues (1972)Also from Windham Hill Productions, I have:-The first "A Winter's Solstice" (1985) [there are now five or more in the series]William Ackerman - "Conferring with the Moon" (1986)I was pleasantly surprised to find most of these on YouTube when I looked.Being "New Age" music, I hadn't thought to look on there for some reason.I'm glad you enjoy it too. It's lovely music, and a nice change fromthe usual thump-thump-thump and bang-bang-bang.There was some interesting stuff done back in the seventies, and I onlyhave one or two of those left around here now. One is called Tibetan Bells II by Henry Wolff and Nancy Hennings (1981)I had several others along that same kind, but a few years ago,I went through my collection, and weeded out about 150 or sothat I felt I would probably never play again, and of course,now that I've had time to think all that over, I sometimes wishI hadn't been so hasty. But they didn't go to waste.At the time, we had a spot on the first level of our undergroundgarages where we could leave things that others might want, andI was told later that several people here really appreciated thefree records. So those didn't end up in a land fill.