Infinite Changes

by Ramina Mishina

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Sven B. Schreiber Yes, it's true - I've got a soft spot for piano solo music. Actually, it began in 1970 with Keith Emerson, with his "Lachesis" being the formative experience. The music of Ramina Mishina on this magnificent album is on the same high artistic level. Searching on YouTube, I've learned that she plays a brilliant jazz piano, too, with her piano/bass/drums trio. Favorite track: Home Song.
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Infinite Changes are about changes all around, all over the world, in nature, in technology, in art, in relationships, in each person and in every moment.

Ramina Mishina

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released September 28, 2018

Recorded by: Igor Smirnov, Russian State Academy of Arts, Moscow, May-June 2018
Mixed by: Igor Smirnov
Mastered by: Anatoly Ryasov
Cover photo by: Anna Zyabreva

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