KEEPSAKES IN THE ATTIC
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After focusing on arrangements of classic hymns and Christmas carols for his past two CDs, Jeff Bjorck has returned to his own musical palette. And this time, his original compositions are all deeply steeped in nostalgia and his love of yesteryear. The title of his sixth CD, Keepsakes in the Attic, is fitting. “Imagine spending an afternoon in a cluttered old attic, rummaging through various keepsakes belonging to you or your loved ones,” he explains. “As you lift each one from its fragile wrappings, a flood of emotions floats up and fills the room with vibrant memories, drawing you back to those earlier times and places.” For every selection on Keepsakes in the Attic, Bjorck taps into his love for iconic, turn-of-the-20th-century melodic structures, providing evocative, ardent strains that range from joyful to bittersweet. Jeff comments, “I truly hope this CD will create a heartfelt, musical space for my listeners, where they can reminisce about special times in their own lives.”
“Bjorck’s concept for the album is…the perfect framework for [his]…melodic structures and the range of emotions they express….This is his best and most personal album yet. Very highly recommended!” ~~Kathy Parsons of Mainlypiano.com
“‘Keepsakes in the Attic’ is a warm-hearted musical journey that I greatly enjoyed taking. I particularly appreciated the wide range of emotions portrayed within its beautiful melodies. Jeff Bjorck is a talented and expressive pianist with a particular gift for sharing evocative stories in song.” ~~Michael Diamond of Michaeldiamondmusic.com
“Here dear seekers of musical magnificence, is an album that will leave you feeling good at every corner.” ~~Steve Sheppard of One World Music Radio
“The music of Jeff Bjorck is deeply emotional. It touches the soul very strongly and you cannot tear yourself away from these inspirational tunes….This music wakes up the imagination and it is very sensual also. Without a doubt you will want to listen to the album “Keepsakes in the Attic” time and again.” ~~Serge Kozlovsky, from Minsk, Belarus of Sergekozlovsky.com