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Caribbean Dreams: An Instrumental Tropical Paradise

November 26, 2016 - Comment

An instrumental tropical paradise featuring steel drums, keyboards, guitar and percussion With 3 Grammy nominations, 20 Billboard hits, and millions of fans worldwide, David Arkenstone has established himself as one of the best contemporary instrumental musicians of our time. Often compared to Mannheim Steamroller and The Chieftains, David has made over 30 recordings, has toured

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An instrumental tropical paradise featuring steel drums, keyboards, guitar and percussion

With 3 Grammy nominations, 20 Billboard hits, and millions of fans worldwide, David Arkenstone has established himself as one of the best contemporary instrumental musicians of our time. Often compared to Mannheim Steamroller and The Chieftains, David has made over 30 recordings, has toured extensively including performances at New York’s Radio City Music Hall and the Hollywood Bowl, scored dozens of films and documentaries, and composed music for the Olympics that is used to this day. NBC Producer David Michaels, who makes frequent use of David’s music, says, ‘David writes with fire, passion and emotion, all at once simple and complex. He’s an artist capable of constant inspiration.’

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Joe says:

Island paradise escape This is actually one of my favorite ever David Arkenstone CDs, and I have most of his. It seems that this past decade, he’s gotten involved in doing a lot of recordings for Green Hill Music and Village Square Music, releasing different mood music, such as Celtic, Chillout, and Tropical. Well, this one falls into the Tropical category, and quite nicely. For me, it’s become a staple every summer since I got it in 2004. It’s a beautiful blend of tropical island music with elements of David’s…

IICAPN says:

Hands Down The Best Caribbean Music I Have Ever Found Now I know David Arkenstone is not the same as listening to Caribbean music from native dwellers, but if you like Sting (check out the Dolphins soundtrack from the IMAX movie or The Living Sea soundtrack) style Caribbean music or the kind of themed music you hear at Busch Gardens or Sea World (high quality, soundtrack/movie worthy) while you’re walking around, I have yet to find better. This and Caribbean Nights get played in our house regularly. The only reason I’m reviewing this now is that I…

Bridget says:

Five Stars Love it!

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