Crossroad

Carole Meneghel, Robert Len

17,9930,99

Exclusively Available in Stereo DSD 512, DSD 256 and DSD 64 at NativeDSD

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Crossroad is a blend of original compositions and reorchestrated renditions of songs from the world of Jazz, Rock, Latin and Classical Music with a wink at Country, and New Age music from 2xHD. It is Exclusively Available in Stereo DSD 512, DSD 256 and DSD 64 at NativeDSD.

The music is performed, composed, and orchestrated by multi-instrumentalist Robert Len with collaboration of Carole Meneghel on the violin and electric violin.

This is Robert Len’s 3rd album at NativeDSD from 2xHD, following his earlier recordings of Hope and Help!.


Robert Len – Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Classic Guitar, Flugelhorn, Trumpet, Drums, Percussion, Native American Flute, Synthesizer, Handpan, Low Whistle, Oud, Duduk and Vocals

Carole Meneghel – Acoustic Violin, Electric Violin and Vocals

Tracklist

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1.
STILL WE RISE
03:55
2.
ASRAR
03:43
3.
BOTH SIDES NOW
03:05
4.
DON'T GIVE UP
05:10
5.
A RIVER FOR HIM
03:18
6.
'ALBINONI'S' Adagio in G Minor
03:51
7.
INTERSECTION 5/4
04:05
8.
String Quartet No. 3 'MISHIMA' (19895) 2nd Mvmt (November 25: Ichigaya)
01:26
9.
IDASPE: 'OMBRA FEDELE ANCH'IO'
04:27
10.
VIVALDI, Concerto for Strings in G minor, RV 157, 3rd Movmt (Allegro) RV 157 (Allegro)
02:21
11.
THE KISS
03:24
12.
MESSAGE FROM THE HEART
04:05

Total time: 00:42:50

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Release DateMarch 15, 2024

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Crossroad is a beautiful new album by Robert Len. The music is just wonderful.

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