IVORY by Jim Centorino
Ivory
IVORY, A Celebration of Wildlife
Jim Centorino
Jim Centorino

Program -
1.Black Gold (Rhino) 4:35 7.Carnaval Tropical 3:52
2.Echoes Of The Wolf 6:25 8.Song Of The Albatross 4:10
3.To A Waterfowl 3:31 9.Loon Lake 3:01
4.Whale Watch 4:00 10.Footsteps In The Snow 4:50
5.The Dolphin And The
11.Bald Eagle's Gorge 3:05
Mermaid 5:40 12.Ivory 6:07
6.Painted Wings 2:54 (Total Time: 52:10)

"An imaginative album that evokes some powerful images." Dr. Jane Goodall

"A moving and different album...courageous in its sentiments and approach...contender for album of the year." Jim Cornall, TRAX Instrumental Music Magazine

"A smashing success." PJ Birosik, New Age Retailer, Musik International

"Impressionistic, dramatic, beautiful." William Livingstone, Stereo Review, Texaco Music Reviewer

"Excellent." Alison Loren, Heartsong Review

"A beautiful salute to the environment." Louise Hoyt, L.A. Daily News

"A colorful, very visual album...Centorino is magnificent on trumpet." Rhonda Dicksion, The New Times

"We should applaud (IVORY)." Christopher Herbert, The Evening News, Salem, MA

"An evocative, touching and...excellent album." Steve Ryals, New Age Retailer

"Some fine trumpet playing." Dave Sheetz, Pivo Talk

"Everyone wins with this one!" Robert Walmsley, Omega New Age Directory

"Moving music with a message." Ray Boren, Deseret News, Salt Lake City, UT

"Regal trumpet...triumphant music." Alexander Stevens, The North Shore Sunday, Danvers, MA

"Exceptionally nice...sweet, expressive horn and orchestral music." Pamela Shannon, Live Elephant Newsletter

"Beautiful ensemble work." Bryan Soergel, Bulletin Sunday, Ontario, Canada

"Exceptional trumpet play...potent." Jack Burke, Post Search Light, Bainbridge, GA

"Rave reviews." NEA Today

"High marks." Drew Lindsay, Education Work

GUEST PERFORMER: Carlos Atilano (guitar): Carnaval Tropical

In addition: IVORY album sales donate toward organizations which protect endangered animals

Honored at 1995 Ark Trust GENESIS AWARDS, Beverly Hills, CA
Adopted as an Audiovisual Resource by Los Angeles, New York City and Boston Public Schools
International radio and TV airplay, including Entertainment Tonight
Utilized as background music in documentaries by The Health Care Project, Tanzania of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency



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