"The sheer amount of emotion that is showcased in this piano composition is impressive. There are no vocals here, but Karran is able to imbue this introduction (and the subsequent works on Distant Sun) with a nuanced and alluring sound."
"The 11 tracks present here run about 56 minutes, and the density of Karran’s compositions make this an album with serious staying power."
Review: James McQuiston www.neufutur.com
Karran is one of those piano players that feels the music. Bringing his native Irish shadings to the session,
Delightfully enchanting throughout, this is a fine example of a very special kind of mostly solo work that doesn't need anything but your ears and attention to complete it. Most certainly a rising star in the genre.
Review: Chris Spector
This wonderful album commences with a lovely piano solo. Autumn Fall's opening evokes images of leaves gently falling to the ground. Shortly past the 2:00 mark comes a melody that lovers of Ludovico Einaudi will simply adore. This track is as delicate as the fluttering leaves swaying from side to side that descend gracefully from the Autumn-tinted trees.
Review: Stephen Cairns
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