Mainly Piano Nightbound Review
2015 / Fallingfoot Records
After a fifteen-year hiatus, guitarist David Lindsay actively returns to the music scene with his new instrumental album, Nightbound. Produced by Will Ackerman and Tom Eaton and recorded at Ackerman’s Imaginary Road Studio in Vermont, the album features three acoustic guitar solos and ten ensemble pieces with several of the exceptional artists from Ackerman’s studio. All thirteen pieces are very quiet and soothing, providing a little under an hour of respite from the hectic pace of life – all is calm and peaceful there. As is true of all of Ackerman’s and Eaton’s productions, the sound quality of this album is impeccable – warm, clear, clean, and very smooth. Most of the music on the album was created spontaneously during the recording process. It’s a very beautiful project and should bring Lindsay an enthusiastic new audience! It is interesting to note that from 1985-2000, David Lindsay recorded and performed in concert, live radio, and television in Canada. For the past fifteen years, he practiced law and studied lute before journeying back to the guitar.
A very warm “welcome back” to David Lindsay! I hope this is just the (new) beginning! Nightbound is available from Amazon, iTunes and CD Baby. Recommended!