MP3 Jim Centorino & Carol Cole - FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND
FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND by Jim Centorino & Carol Cole is a unique album of romantic original instrumentals, popular worldwide since its original 1991 release.
11 MP3 Songs in this album (50:12) !
Related styles: EASY LISTENING: Orchestral, CLASSICAL: Puccini
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Combining compositional talents, Jim Centorino and Carol Cole have produced a richly textured romantic odyssey. Carol''s keyboard magic and Jim''s impeccable trumpet work make their debut album a collection of beautiful and inspiring pieces which will be long remembered in their heart.
Originally released by World Disc in 1991, it was their top-selling album. FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND was procured by Centorino Productions and Carole Cole in 1999.
Jim Centorino works in a wide range of musical genres. He studied composition at the Boston Conservatory of Music. His albums, FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND, IVORY, IT''S CHRISTMAS EVERYWHERE and PORTRAITS OF AMERICA have received worldwide airplay and critical acclaim. He works and resides in Southern California.
Dr. Carol Cole is a performing pianist whose albums include FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND, KEYS TO THE KINGDOM and DISCOVERY. Her impressive performing talents paint vivid musical colors as they achieve a high degree of emotional depth. She works and resides in Southern California.
"Cole''s piano is impeccable. (Centorino''s) Ultimately Love is so good it might actually still the conversation at your dinner party." The Sun, Chapel, NC 11/21/1991
"Centorino and Cole have...a wonderful collection of music. Listeners will be eager to see where those footsteps lead next." Marlene Y. Satter, Misourian News, Vol. 11, No. 50, 1991
"I was most taken with FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND by Jim Centorino and Carol Cole...and the tunes that range from tense to lush to moody."
Chris Hicks, Deseret News 2/3/1992
"I''m so glad I finally found a copy of this music. I''ve been looking in stores for three years." Virginia Blevins, 2001 E-Mail