This is Brian Flaherty’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Brian Flaherty

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  1. Worship & Poetry 2016 -The Album
    by Worship & Poetry
    No Shook Ones - Marco 4Hymn No Shook Ones - Marco 4Hymn
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. The Four Pillars
    by Mike Vass
  3. Bhakti Geet - Volume Four
    by Yeshu Satsang Toronto
    Om Bhagwan - ॐ भगवान Om Bhagwan - ॐ भगवान
    Very moving
  4. Woven
    by Jenna Moynihan
    The Chill on Montebello The Chill on Montebello
    Tasteful and elegant album. Stands up to repeated listening since it's not frenetic like so many fiddle albums. Sometimes frenetic is cool, like when you're in a bar after one too many, but I'm not in a bar right now, thank you very much!
  5. MIQEDEM (Vol. I)
    by MIQEDEM
  6. Psalms
    by David Isaac Rivers
  7. La Serena
    by Aviva Chernick
  8. God Is The Friend Of Silence
    by Paul Zach
    For God Alone (Psalm 62) For God Alone (Psalm 62)
  9. All Melody
    by Nils Frahm
  10. Void Dance (Remastered)
    by 36
  11. SYNE
    by SYNE
  12. Ego Death
    by 36
  13. A Quiet Divide
    by Rhian Sheehan
  14. Zephyr
    by Les Halles
    Very pleasant music that draws me in. I hear a kind of charm in many of Les' compositions (here and in his "Invisible Cities" album) -- along with quiet mysteries that don't need to be solved -- just enjoyed.
  15. Mi Luz Mayor
    by Eddie Palmieri
    Fantastic! This music touches my heart and uplifts me. Thanks for sharing.
  16. Betelgeuse
    by Hakobune
  17. In The Shadow Of History
    by Endless Melancholy
  18. Moments in Golden Light
    by poemme
    It's like a big, fat stress release pill you take by ear.
  19. AN ILL CONSIDERED CHRISTMAS
    by Ill considered
    Really great music. I haven’t had this much fun with a Christmas Album, ever. When I listen to ill considered’s “Jingle Bells”, I visualize a disheveled Santa and elves jamming in a smoke-filled basement, letting down their hair after one too many snotty-nosed brats. Some great holiday jazz! Cheers!
  20. The Pleiades
    by musicformessier