- The Journey Begins
- Into Infinity
- Eternity’s Ocean
- Love’s Awakening
- The Blessed
- Tears of Innocence
- The Never Ending Dream
Comments & Short Reviews
“In the mid 1980s Clifford White scored a massive New Age hit with his album Ascension. Nine years on and he’s back on familiar ground. However Revelation is not simply more of the same! Gone is the childlike innocence of Ascension and in comes maturity and sophistication. This album simply oozes majestic beauty, no electronic ramblings here – just positive, powerful evocative pieces of unique music. The compositional style hasn’t changed, it’s merely improved with age and experience. White is a master of melody and the multi-textural layers of sound provide the perfect backdrop to highlight this. I would imagine that this album has been a long time in the making. If there is any justice in this world then Clifford White will be taking his place alongside Messrs. Jarre, Kitaro and Vangelis in the not too distant future.” – Steve Maggs, Mind Body & Soul magazine, March/April 1994.
“Composer Clifford White touches the heavenly realms with this dreamy album. White’s endearing and uncomplicated melodies are as easy to slip into as angel wings. “The Blessed,” featuring gentle winds and angel choirs, unfolds with the stateliness of a stairway to heaven. Revelation, with its winds and wind chimes, is similar to the pageantry of Kitaro’s Silk Road.” – Carol Wright, All Music Guide, May 2008.
“A world where the sky and sea are blue, where life goes by at an easy pace and where music is about melody. The cynic in me says, ‘This can’t be true. You’re painting me pretty illusions.’ And I reply to my inner cynic that without these dreams of peace to work toward, I don’t know where I’m going. So maybe there’s a place in your life for this album of keyboard pieces that allows you to feel safe enough to stop struggling for a while and to trust the open-hearted response. With Revelation, White has woven a richly atmospheric suite that touches tender emotions and reminds us of our dreams.” – Brian Lee, I to I magazine, September 1994.
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