17 Seconds to Anywhere

Performers Liz Story

Windham Hill Records | January 27, 1998 | Compact Disc

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More than 15 years separates 17 SECONDS TO ANYWHERE from Liz Story's 1982 debut, and listening to the two albums back to back is telling. This 1998 release features twice the harmonic exuberance, stylistic playfulness, and optimism as her classic first record. This isn't to say that the songs here are all lollipops and sunshine-"Out of Time" is as mournful as anything she's done, and the title track stumbles and searches urgently, resolving rather heavily. The powerful life force exhibited here is an encouraging sign that Story's talent only glows brighter with time.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 27, 1998

Genre: Piano

Style: New Age

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1998

Label Name: Windham Hill Records

UPC: 019341129127

Found in: Piano

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17 Seconds to Anywhere

Performers Liz Story

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 27, 1998

Genre: Piano

Style: New Age

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1998

Label Name: Windham Hill Records

UPC: 019341129127


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Title Track Time
1.Captain April --
2.Rumors Of Discipline --
3.Beginners Mind --
4.Voices --
5.Out Of Time --
6.17 Seconds To Anywhere --
7.Easy Access --
8.The Promise --
9.Short Fur Coat --
10.Foxglove --
11.Remember Me This Way --

Editorial Notes

More than 15 years separates 17 SECONDS TO ANYWHERE from Liz Story's 1982 debut, and listening to the two albums back to back is telling. This 1998 release features twice the harmonic exuberance, stylistic playfulness, and optimism as her classic first record. This isn't to say that the songs here are all lollipops and sunshine-"Out of Time" is as mournful as anything she's done, and the title track stumbles and searches urgently, resolving rather heavily. The powerful life force exhibited here is an encouraging sign that Story's talent only glows brighter with time.
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