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What the critics are saying...
The compositions on Sammy Tedder's new CD are infused with the wild beauty of North Florida's secret, untamed oases, places like his and wife Sandy's Cabin on the Sopchoppy River. The songs have depth that pulls the listener inside the enchanted circle. There's a majestic, contemplative beauty in "When a Flower Blooms" that's balanced by the sprightly whimsy of "Dance of the Water Thrush".
Tedder's reed work is smooth and assured, and he plays the various saxes, river cane flute, pan pipes and recorders with equal ease and elan. The songs are part smooth jazz, part classical jazz and part pop, with hints of Native American, Latin and Celtic music. This CD is the best kind of easy listening--so easy on the ears that it opens the heart.
Kati Schardl - Tallahassee Democrat
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