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The son of a musician, James LaRoche grew up in a richly musical and artistic environment. Throughout his life he would naughtily post up at nearly any open piano and begin to perform his compositions simply for the joy of sharing it.
Not unusually, groups would gather, always to ask if there was an album? No such luck.

But then, one evening at the Savoy in London in an empty ballroom a group again gathered to listen, but this time with a difference.
Not only were they listening, they also held aloft their mobile (cell) phones so as to share their luck of an impromptu concert with friends and family.

And given such inspiration,
and the expertise and friendship
of another very talented artist and mixing engineer in his own right
– Ralf Kleemann /
…this album was born.

Hopefully you’ll find pleasure in it too.

And if you do, your purchase and awareness sharing of this music will make the composed and awaited sequel to this album a reality.

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  • cheekyknight

    Nice one!

    21 May 2010 Reply
  • James_LaRoche

    Debut album, released worldwide ~ Secrets of a Soul Created mostly because over the years people implored me to share it. If you do like it, a favour if I may be so bold? * Please share it with 4 friends you think might also enjoy it. * And ask if they'll share it with 4 friends of theirs if they like it too. At present it's proving quite the struggle to help this find the light of day. Your support paves the way for completed compositions to become a second album. Either way, a simple line to say you like it always makes my day :¬] Thanks for listening! ~ James

    16 Feb 2010 Reply