Mockingbird Station, recorded in 1996, is the second piece of the trilogy. This is a quiet, melodic album combining piano and minimal orchestration—no percussion.
Marshall Styler is one of those artists that know how to take us into musical landscapes full of melodic harmony. Wisely combining the Pop roots of his musical career with his most symphonic side and the possibilities of electronics, he transports us to dreamy, sensual worlds. The fusion achieved between the piano and the synthesizers is complete.The album is highly reccommended for those who love the most romantic side of contemporary instrumental music. A true delight for the ears from the first to the last theme.
HECTOR JORDAN (www.amazings.com)