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9 thoughts on “ The Desert - Michael Omartian - Conversations (CD, Album)

  1. Michael Omartian is an Armenian-American singer-songwriter, keyboardist, and music producer. Albums he participated on as a producer, arranger, artist or musician have sold over ,, copies worldwide, during a career that has spanned over 38 years. He is the first producer in recording history to have #1 records in three consecutive decades – the seventies, eighties and.
  2. Michael Omartian (born November 26, in Evanston, Illinois) is a songwriter and a Grammy Award-winning American keyboardist and music producer. He has produced albums for several pop artists including Christopher Cross, Michael Bolton, Whitney Houston, the Jacksons, Rod Stewart, Trisha Yearwood, Clint Black, Donna Summer, Peter Cetera.
  3. (8 Tracks) 1. Homelands 2. The Soldier 3. The Time Is Now 4. Festival Of The Dance 5. Right From The Start 6. Conversations With The King (A Suite In Three Movements) 7. The Desert 8. The Call/The Rest. Download at Michael Omartian – Conversations.
  4. May 23,  · Album Credits. Featuring Sons of the Desert. Producers Frank Liddell & Mark Wright. Writers Bill Kenner, Bobbie Cryner, Bruce Robison & 18 more. Accordion Michael Omartian.
  5. This CD is Omartian's instrumental release, and it not only is really good music, but it also tells a story throughout, even without words. As for instumental albums, this sits right at the top in my music list.5/5(2).
  6. A concept album comprising of six thematically linked pieces exploring our relationship with memory and loss. The liminal space between a fading ‘what was’ and an anticipated ‘what is to come’. The album recalls the hazy technicolour of long remembered summers and the sepia of a love forgotten.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Michael Omartian - Conversations at Discogs. Complete your Michael Omartian collection/5(6).
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